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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMREGAN GLEN Camregan Glen Kennedy Brown
William Morran
J.B. Ross
056 A small but deep Glen Studded with good ash trees of natural growth. Property of Sir J. A. Cathcart Bart [Baronet]
CAMREGAN PLANTATION Camregan Plantation Kennedy Brown
W.M. Morran
J.B. Ross
056 Plantation of mixed wood, chiefly Fir & Larch Property of Sir John Andrew Cathcart Baronet
CAMREGAN HILL Camregan Hill Kennedy brown
W.M. Morran
J.B. Ross
056 A ridge of high ground of the same range as Tralorg Hill which with Prolong Hill, constitutes the Northern Extremity of a ridge of hills extending in a S.W. [South West] direction to Dinvin Hill Property of Sir J. A. Cathcart Baronet
BRAE HILL Brae Hill Kennedy brown
W.M. Morran
J.B. Ross
056 An feature of irregular Shape rises very steep, hence its name, is probably 600 or 700 feet above the level of the Sea & Covered with Heathy Pasture Some Wood & Whins on the West face Property of Sir J. A. Cathcart Baronet.

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