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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SLATY LAW Slaty Law
Slaty Law
Slaty Law
Slaty Law
Slaty Law
Slaty Law
J. Allan Esqr.
Hillhead
D McIntyre, shepherd
Mr J Orr. Blackbarn.
Mr J. Orr.
Mr Logan.
Johnson's Co. [County] Map
J. Allan Esqr
004 A Hill which forms the Boundary of the Parish of Kilbirnie. Its name is derived from its Slaty appearance One of the principal hills in the Parish of Kilbirnie of which it is a Boundary.
SURGE BURN Surge Burn
Surge Burn
Surge Burn
J. Allan Esqr.
D McIntyre.
W. Young.
004 A Small Stream which rises in the neighbourhood of Long Hill and Emptees itself int [into] the R.[River] Garnock. its name is supposed to arise from its violence in Stormy weather -
ATHWART THE MUIR BURN Athwart the Muir
Burn
Athwart the Muir Burn
Athwart the Muir Burn
J McIntyre.
Mr J Peebles.
Mr. Allan.
004 A Small Stream, a tributary of the Surge Burn its name arises from its angular course, across the moor.
NAGGIE BURN Naggie Burn
Naggie Burn
Mr J. Allan.
D McIntyre.
004 A Small Stream rising near Long Hill
and falling into Surge Burn. -

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