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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GALLOWLEE Gallallee
Galllowlee
Galllowlee
.
Galllow-lee or Gallallee
Galllowlee
Robert Miller
Quintin Stewart
Revd. [Reverend] W. M. Walker
Mr Thomas Cuthbert
Mr William Paterson
035 A portion of the highest part of the Village of Ochiltree on the old road to Ayr at the West end of Main St. the houses are all one Storey high partly Slated and partly thatched and only in tolerable repair the name is chiefly applied to the buildings though it includes a portion of the gardens the property of heirs of the late Alexander Ross Esqr
GALLOWLEE WELL Gallowlee Well
Gallowlee Well
.
Gallowlee Well
Gallowlee
.
Revd. [Reverend] W. M. Walker
Mr William Paterson
Mr Thomas Cuthbert
035 A good Spring well adjacent to that part of the Village of Ochiltree Called Gallowlee it is the means of supplying the Chief part of the Village with water through a tile drain which is opened in each garden or as necessity requires and Occasionally flows through the Street &c it has no mineral properties
MAIN STREET [Ochiltree] Main Street
Main Street
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Main Street
Main Street
.
Revd. [Reverend] W. M. Walker
Mr William Paterson
Mr Thomas Cuthbert
035 A portion of Ochiltree Village extending from the junction of the Old and New road to Ayr Westward and by far the largest and most regular though oldest part of the Village house are partly one and partly two Storey high the greater number are only one partly Slated and partly thatched All in tolerable repair the property of the heirs of the late Alexander Ross Esqr. And others &c &c.

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Parish of Ochiltree -- Sheet 35 Plan 5

[Note] This name has derived from the word
Gallows or Gallows Ree as Mr.
Cuthbert maintains.

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