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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIGENCOOF BURN Craigencoof Burn
Craigencoof Burn
Craigencoof Burn
Rev [Reverend] J Gibson
D McKie Esq
Mr. S. Walker
058 A rapid stream which rises on the E. [East] side of Shalloch on Minnoch hill & falls into Loch Slochy. In a part of its course it forms the boundary between the parishes of Barr & Straiton
CRAIGMASHEENIE Craigmasheenie
Craigmasheenie
Craigmasheenie
Mr. N McDonald
Rev [Reverend] J Gibson
D McKie Esq
058 A high and steep hill property of the Marquis of Ailsa. This hill is a mass of whinstone with little or no soil. The rocks protrude from its sides in imposing irregularity, and its jagged pinnacle viewed against a clear sky presents the appearance of a line of battlements.

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