List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Lugar Water
Lugar Water
Lugar Water
Revd. [Reverend] W. M. Walker
Mr. Thomas Cuthbert
Mr. William Paterson
035 A Small but rapid River collecting on the borders of Dumfries in Old Cumnock flowing in a westerly direction passing by the Village of Ochiltree at Which place it takes rather a Sudden turn to the north which direction it nearly Keeps till it falls into the Water of Ayr a little South of BarsKimming Mill and South west of Muchlin Village about a mile - It forms the East boundary of Ochiltree and Stair along its Course through those parishes it is rocky and uneven its banks are Sometimes very Steep, and deep ravines here and there with an occasional perpendicular rock projecting through the wood - all the Slopes along it are producing either natural or artificial wood the only bore Holm on it in either parishes is one at Ochiltree and the other in Stair at its junction with the Water of Ayr - there are Several Corn and Saw Mills worked by it in its course - there is a good Stone Bridge of two Arch over it adjacent to the Village of Ochiltree

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