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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GOGO WATER Gogo Water
Gogo Water
Gogo Water
William T Blair Esqr
Mr Robert Spiers
Malcolm Cochrane
004 A river which rises in Blacklaw Moss and Empties itself into the Sea near Largs -
ROUTDANE BURN Routing Burn
Routing Burn
Routing Burn
Routdane Burn
Routdane Burn
Routdane Burn
Routdane Burn
Routdane Burn
J Allan Esqre-
D McIntyre -
Mr J Logan.
Mr. Robert Spiers
Hugh Ewan Knockside
John Boyd Esqr. Largs
James Crawford, Dykes
Full [Fullarton] Gazetteer
004 A Small stream which rises in Blacklaw Moss. it was formerly called Rottin Burn
"Some fanciful Etymologists have derived its name from the routing on defeating of the Danes, as if it had been written Rout Dane Burn But it is obvious that the name is descriptive of the noise which the water makes when roaring through its rocky bed. Especially after heavy rains"
Blackwood Statistical a/c [Account] Ayrshire
BLACKLAW MOSS Blacklaw Moss
Blacklaw Moss
Blacklaw Moss
Mr D McIntyre
J Allan Esqre
Mr J Logan
004 A tract of moss which takes its name from the Blacklaw.

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