List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Burnock W. [Water]
Burnock Water
Quintin Stewart
W. Montgomery Walker
Thomas Cuthbert
William Paterson
Johnston's County Map
Statistical Account
035 ; 041 A stream formed by the junction of the Black Water and Blue Boots Lane, about ¼ mile north of BurnocKhead, falling into the Lugar at the village of Ochiltree. It is rapid, and has, in many parts steep banks, and in general a gravelly bed.
AUCHINCLOIGH CASTLE (Ruins of) Auchencloigh Castle Ruins
"ruins of an old castle at Auchincloich"
Johnston's County Map
Statistical Account (1842)
040 All that now remains of this is a broken and irregular mass of stone & lime. To all appearances it has once been a quadrangular building, as the remaining portions of the walls indicate, which are from 2 to 5 feet high and about 5 feet in thickness. It stands in close proximity to Auchencloigh and a small portion of it has been converted into and is used as a sheep - ree. - To judge from the huge fragments which now remain it must have been a place of great strength, but there is no person in the neighbourhood can give any information as to when, or for what purpose it was erected and though it is known by some as Auchencloigh Castle, by others it is asserted as having been nothing more than a farmsteading.

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