List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
William Walker Esqr Bells Bank
Mr. William G Galloway
Mr. Robert Smith
Rev [Reverend] William Gilchrist
Johnston's County Map
046 A low thatched building one Storey high and divided into Several tenements attached to which is an arable field or two in the middle of the 'Towns Common', the property of the Hone. [Honourable] Colonel F. M. Cathcart.
TOWN'S COMMON Town's Common William Waker Esq. Bellsbank
Mr Robert Smith
Mr William G. Galloway
Revd. [Reverend] William Gilchrist
045 A portion of good dry Heathy pasture on the South of the Village of Dalmellington and attached to that portion called the "Town" 33 old Residenters in this part have the privilege of Keeping a Cow on it for the yearly Sum of 5 Shilling properly speaking neither this nor the "Mains Common" are Commons, as a yearly Sum is paid for the privilege and none but a certain class of old Fewers are admitted - the property of the Hone. [Honourable] F. M. Cathcart. -

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