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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLE HOUSE Castle House
Castle House
Castle House
Castle House
Castle House
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William Walker Esqr
Revd. [Reverend] William Gilchrist
Mr. William G Galloway
Mr. Robert Smith
046 An old fashioned building used as a Public house for the last century two Storeys high thatched and in bad repair. Tradition Says that how it got "Castle House" was that it was built of the Stones taken from Dame Helen's Castle adjacent over the door on the lintel was the date 1003. it is Supposed that this Stone was taken from the Castle also but there is not the least foundation for the Supposition
HOSPITAL [Dalmellington] Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
Hospital
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William Walker Esqr
Revd. [Reverend] William Gilchrist
Mr. William G Galloway
Mr. Robert Smith
046 An old Thatched building one Storey high presented by a former Heritor of the Craigengillan estate to the Parish for the use of the Sick paupers of the Same. Strangers and travellers are admitted free. A Doctor is in attendance all the expenses &c &c incured is paid by the Poor law guardians of the Parish

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