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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAIRNADLOCH Cairnadloch
Cairnadloch
Cairnadloch
Mr N. Macdonald
Rev. [Reverend] J Gibson
D. McKie Esq.
058 A small heathy hill with a trig. [trigonometrical.] station on its summit. property of the Marquis of Ailsa.
SPLINTY BURN Splinty Burn
Splinty Burn
Splinty Burn
Rev. [Reverend] E B Wallace
Mr N. Macdonald
Mr S. Walker
058 A rapid mountain stream which rises near the W. [West] base of Caerloch Dhu and falls into the Stinchar
CAERLOCH DHU Caerloch Dhu
Caerloch Dhu
Caerloch Dhu
Rev [Reverend] J Gibson
Rev [Reverend]E B Wallace
D McKie Esq
058 A large hill contiguous to Shalloch on Minnoch hill running nearly N. [North] & S. [South] Proprietor Marquis of Ailsa.
LOCH GIRVAN EYE Loch Girvan Eye
Loch Girvan Eye
Loch Girvan Eye
Rev [Reverend]J Gibson
Mr D. McKie
Mr Stephen Walker
058 A small loch situated at the W. [West] base of Craigmasheenie, through which the boundary between the parishes of Straiton & Barr passes. It is the source of the Water of Girvan.
CARGLAS CRAIG Carglas Craig
Carglas Craig
Carglas Craig
Rev [Reverend] J Gibson
Mr. D. McKie
Mr. Stephen Walker
058 A pointed greystone Crag on the E. [East] side of Shalloch on Minnoch hill. It is a compound Celtic word signifying grey stone.

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Ph. [Parish] of Barr

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