List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AYR MILLS (Corn) Nil Hugh Miller
W Bone
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Centre of Plan & Close to the River
These are extensive Mills and have been in existence prior to 1800, they are not in a good state of repair immediately north of it is a Dye Work
W Bone
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] North of Plan and east side of River Ayr -
This is a handsome residence with suitable Outhouses, Gardens & Ornamental Grounds attached, the residence of Capt. [Captain] Calvert, Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry
DAM COTTAGE Nil Hugh Miller
W Bone
J.J. McDerment
033 [Situation] Centre of Plan and east side of River Ayr.
This is an old and peculiarly built Cottage having a thatched portico on 3 sides, supported by Wooden pillars it was formerly used as a poorhouse for the Parish of St Quivox -
ST QUIVOX See Column of Remaks 033 [Situation] On the North Side of the River Ayr Sheet 7 & 8.
"The name of the Parish is now generally written St Quivox, but sometimes St Evox, at an earlier period it appears to have been written St Kevoch" +++
"The parish is about 5 miles in length and 3 in breadth and contains about 5000 Acres. It is bounded on the south by the River Ayr, and on the east, north and west, by the parishes of Tarbolton, Monkton and Newton"
Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] 1842
It has no detached portions within the boundaries of any other parish and there are no detached portions of other parishes within its limits

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