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OS1/3/2/14

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LYTHE ROCK Lythe Rock
Lythe Rock
Lythe Rock
Robert Hunter Esqr. Hunterston
William Motion Little Cumbrae
Charles Castle Millport
228 A rock about 52 Chains SW. [South West] of the old castle situated at low water mark. it is so called from Fish called 'Lythe' being taken near this rock
LOWER LONG MIRE Lower Long Mire
Lower Long Mire
Lower Long Mire
Robert Hunter Esq. Hunterston
William Motion Little Cumbrae
Charles Castle Millport
228 A narrow piece of rough land thro [through] which a drain now runs. it was formerly marshy.
THE OLD WIFE The Old Wife
The Old Wife
The Old Wife
Robert Hunter Esqr. Hunterston
William Motion Little Cumbrae
Charles Castle Millport
228 A rock about 14 Chains S. W. [South West] of the old Castle so called from its resemblance to the shape of an old woman when seen at a distance

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Map situation numbers have been corrected during 19th Century.

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