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OS1/3/32/96

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BRIERYSINK Brierysink
Brierysink
Brierysink
William Craig Esqr.
Mr. John Harvey
Mr. John Kerr
007 A long row of tenements, one Storey high, with thatched roof, with Garden etc. the remains of a farm Steading; is Situate abt. [about] 1 mile S.S.W. [South South West] of Kilbirnie.
PITCON BRANCH RAILWAY Pitcon Railway (Branch Line) William Craig Esqr.
Mr. William Carey
Mr. William Wylie
007 A short line of railway, branching off the main line 13 chains N.E. [North East] of Mossend farm Steading purposely constructed to carry away the minerals from the North Pits of Kilbirnie to the Glengarnock Iron Works.
EAST MAINS East Mains
East Mains
East Mains
East Mains
William Craig Esqre
Mr. John Harvey
Mr John Kerr
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
007 A medium Size large farm, the greater part of the land is of good quality & well cultivated with an excellent homestead Situate nearly adjt [adjacent]
the S.E. [South East] Side the Kilbirnie & Dalry Trust Road 1 1/4 miles S. by W. [South by West] of Kilbirnie Village

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