List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Craighouse Bridge
Craighouse Bridge
Mr. John Kerr
Mr. George Caldwell
Mr. L Barclay
007 A Small Stone Bridge in Main St
crossing the Paduff Burn, is kept in repair by he Trustees of Roads for the County
CARDING MILL (Wool) [Kilbirnie] Carding Mill
Carding Mill
Carding Mill
Mr Barclay (Tent.) [Tenant]
Mr John Kerr
Mr William Walker (Surgeon)
007 A Small mill for carding wool driven by a breastshot Water Wheel Situate nearly in the centre of Kilbirnie Village, is the property of Mr James Barclay.
Paduff Burn
Paduff Burn
Mr William Walker
Mr John Kerr Senr. [Senior]
Mr John Kerr Junr. [Junior]
004 ; 007 A large and very rapid rivulet formed by drainage & Surface water near to Blacklaw on the Kilbirnie Moors, it makes a S.E. [South East] course passing through Several narrow precipitous ravines Caused by the action of the water on the beds of whinstone Sand & Limestone Rocks, and enters the Garnock near to Craighouse Bridge in the village of Kilbirnie.

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