List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Witch Linn
Witch Linn
Mr Hugh Hunter
Mr Robert Hunter
Mr William Barclay
016 A waterfall on the North end of Chapelhill Glen well known in the locality by the name supplied the fall of water is about 7 feet.
FORT [nr Witch Linn] Fort site of Mr Hugh Hunter
Mr Hugh Weir
Mr William Barclay
016 This name applies to an Artificial Mound the sides of which are Steep and partly covered with brambles it stands about 20 feet vertical and the Summit is about 130 links long varying in width from East to West.
It is generally supposed by the intelligent classes in the Neighbourhood to have been one of the primitive class of Fortalets Referred to in the New Stat [Statistical] Account.

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Sheet 016.1 Trace 2 Parish of Ardrossan County of Ayr

This mound is called by some parties
Knockneedlock and by others the
Witch Mount, but not of sufficient
importance to establish the names on
the plans that supplied is in accordance
with similar objects in West Kilbride and
probably the most correct mode.

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