List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dalquhairn Burn
Dalquhairn Burn
J Gibson
D. McKie
Stephen Walker
057 A broad and rapid stream which rises between Glester Cairn & Craig of Dalwine, and falls into the Stinchar near Dalquhairn.
KNOCKDON KNOWES Knockdoune Knowes
Knockdon Knowes
Knockdon Knowes
Knockdon Knoles
Mr. N. Mc Donald
Rev [Reverend] J Gibson
Mr S. Walker
Johnston's County Map
057 A cluster of small green Knolls on Craig of Dalwinne - Proprietors the Marquis of Ailsa & Sir James Ferguson, Bart. [Baronet]
Black Burn
Black Burn
Mr. N. McDonald
Rev [Reverend] J. Gibson
Mr S. Walker
057 A small stream rising near the summit of Craig of Dalwine & flows into Dalquhairn Burn

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Sheet 57. Plan 3 Traces 1-4 -- Ph [Parish] of Barr

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In column 'Authority for those modes of spelling' and for Knockdon Knowes the first three names are bracketed together with the words "Copy from Original Name Sheet"
In the same column for Black Burn the first three names are bracketed together with the word "Copy"

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