List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Maich Water
Maich Water
W.C. Patrick Esqr.
Estate Maps
Mr. James Finley
005 ; 008 A large rivulet having its Source from drainage water [etc.] which first gathers near the foot of the S. [South] side of Mistylaw. it then follows in a SSE [South South East] direction to Kilbirnie Loch, into which it [empties]
Ladyland Bridge
Ladyland Bridge
W.C. Patrick Esq
Mr. James Finley
Mr. John Key
005 A County Bridge built of stone in Semi circular form. over the Maich 12 Chain[s] SSE. [South South East] of Ladyland House
LADYLAND CASTLE (Ruin) Ladyland Castle
(Remains of)
Ladyland Castle
(Remains of)
Ladyland Castle
(Remains of)
W.C. Patrick Esqr
Capt [Captain] Wilson
William Young
005 A portion of Old Wall between 6 [to] 7 feet thick which once formed a part of a very strong built tower is Situate in the Garden grounds of Ladyland abt [about] 6 Chains NE. [North East] of the House

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[Note] Magh - A Plain, a field. Gaelic Dict. [Dictionary]

[Note - Ladyland Castle]
The old house of Ladyland, briefly characterised by Pont, circa
1609, as a "strong tower" was demolished in 1815,with the exception
of about 20 feet in length, and 25 feet in height of its north elevation.
This fragment is 6 feet in thickness, and as compact as the Solid rock. [etc.] New Stat. Acct. [New Statistical Account] p. [page] 707.

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