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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] Runs in a N. E. [North Easterly] direction thro [through] the Plan.
The Line of Railway Communicating between Glasgow and Ayr with branches to Kilmarnock, Troon, &c.
BURNSIDE Nil William Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] N. W. [North West] Corner of Plan close to the Railway
A Dwelling House, with Outhouses attached, in Good repair. Name derived from Half Mile Burn which runs in a Westerly direction south of the house
John Moor
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] 12 Chains N. E. [North East] of Millers Foundry -
A superior Dwelling House built of stone 3 stories high with several outhouses attached. it has an extensive Garden in rear. a large ornamental lawn extends in front of the house to the Road
HALF MILE BURN Nil William Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] North of Plan Running in a n. w. [north westerly] Direction -
A small stream which Collects from Surface Water in the Parish of St Quivox and running in a Westerly direction thro [through] Newton Parish falls into the Sea about 22 Chains N. [North] of Millers Foundry

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