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MONKTON AND PRESTWICK "disjoined was disjoined from the parish of Dondonald and for the sake of being nearer to religious ordnances, was joined to Monkton. In 1688, however, it was again wholly reunited to Dondonald.** The parish formerly extended to the river Ayr and comprehended the present parish of Newton.* Newton was in 1779 erected into a seperate parish quoad Sacra.** Kyle; one of the three divisions of the county of Ayr was itself subdivided into Kyle Stewart and King's Kyle; the latter extending from the river Ayr to the river doon, had Ayr for its head burgh; the former extending from the river Ayr to the river Irvine, had Prestwick for its head burgh."
Statistical Account (1842)

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Parish of Monkton

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