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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HOWGATE Howgate Revd. [Reverend] Doctor Campbell
Mr Hugh King Banker
Valuation Roll
016 This name applies to the Turnpike Road connecting Byres and the principle part of Kilwinning.
MANSE [Kilwinning] Manse Revd. [Reverend] Doctor Campbell
Mr Hugh King Banker
016 A neat building with ornamental ground adjoining at present occupied by the Revd. Doctor Campbell it is the Manse of the Establishment Church.
ST WINNING'S WELL St. Winnings Well


Winning's Well
Revd. [Reverend] Doctor Campbell
Mr Hugh King Banker
Mr John Fullarton
Old Statistical Account
016 This well has a Margin of Cut Stone from the west side of which has a cross cut thereon and is a well Known object.
UNION PLACE Union Place Valuation Roll
Mr Hugh King Banker
Rev. [Reverend] Doctor Campbell
016 A modern row of houses on the East side of T.P. [Turnpike] Road leading to Dalry and about 5 chains North of Byres

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 82
County of Ayr No. 21
Ph. [Parish] of Kilwinning

"A spring of fine water, a little to the south of Kilwinning Manse; which Hill bears the name of St. Winnings
"Well, was also celebrated for its virtues. But St. Winnins could curse the waters as well, as bless them, for one
"occasion, when the river Garnock would not yield up any of its fish to one of his angling friends, the saint pronounced
"a malediction on which
"the river 'left its bed, &
"followed another course
"adverse to nature.'
New Statistical Account
page 816.

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