List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Revd. [Reverend] William Dill
J. McIlraith Esqr
William McCulloch
067 [Situation] In the N.E. [North East] of Plan.- A low long narrow heathy pasture hill which affords good pasture for both Sheep and Cattle in the Summer Season there is a trig [trigonometrical.] Station on the highest point of it the property of Hugh Hamilton Esqr. Penmore Girvan
Roughlea Burn
Roughlea Burn
Revd [Reverend] William Dill
J. McIlraith Esqr.
William McCulloch
067 Flows alternatively S.W. [South West & S.E. [South East] through N.E. [North East] of plan and joins Cammock Burn at the E [East] boundary of Roughlea Rig.
A Stream flowing from the east base of Eldrick in a Southerly direction by Drumatoo it joins the junction of the Cammock and Half Merk Burns at the east base of Roughlea Rig from which it gets its name. -

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Sheet 67 Plan 7-- Trace No. 4 & 6 -- Parish of Barr

[Signed] Thomas O' Farrell ca [civilian assistant]
4th September 54

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