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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURNBRAE LODGE Burnbrae Lodge
Burnbrae Lodge
Burnbrae Lodge
Burnbrae Lodge
Revd. [Reverend] W. M. Walker
Mr. Thomas Cuthbert
Mr. William Paterson
028 A Small plain but neat dwelling used as a gate house on the west avenue to Barskimming Mansion one Storey Slated and in good repair - adjacent to a nameless Stream over which is a good private Stone Bridge on the avenue the property of Sir Hugh Miller
CROSSHILL Crosshill
Crosshill
Crosshill
Crosshill
Revd. [Reverend] W. M. Walker Established Manse
Mr. Thomas Cuthbert Postmaster
Mr. William Paterson Poor Law Inspector
028 A few Cottage houses all one Storey thatched and in good repair on the turnpike road from Mauchline to Coylton at the West entrance to Barskimming Mansion and on the same estate. -
Sir Hugh Miller proprietor.
SCHOOL [Crosshill] (Crosshill) School
(Crosshill) School
(Crosshill) School
(Crosshill) School
Revd. [Reverend] W. M. Walker
Mr. Thomas Cuthbert
Mr. William Paterson
028 A Small one Storey thatched building used as a School house adjacent to and at a crossroads on the Turnpike road from Mauchline to Coylton. on the Barskimming estate the proprietor of which gives the house free and the teacher received three pounds a year from the parish the remainder of his Salary is derived from the fees average attendance about 40 - Spelling reading and Writing and a little arithmetic are the only course taught.
Sir Hugh Miller Proprietor.

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