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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CORSEHILL BANKS Corsehill Banks
Corsehill Banks
Corsehill Banks
Mr. R. MacKie
Mr. R. Black
Mr. Neilson
013 Two rugged Bares, on either side of the Clerkland Burn, extending from Corsehill Mills to Old Dam.
CORSEHILL MILLS (Corn & Woollen) Corsehill Mills
Corsehill Mills
Corsehill Mills
Title Deeds
Mr. Charles Skeoch
Mr. Black
013 A large pile of building, in which corn is dried & made into meal. Wool carded & is spun into thread. also cloth thickened etc. the machinery is driven by 3 Water Wheels of various diameters. is situate, at the S.E. [South East] end of Dartington, on the Clerkland Burn
INLET DAM [Clerkland Burn] Inlet Dam
Inlet Dam
Inlet Dam
Mr. R. Black
Mr. R. Neilson
Mr. R. MacKie
013 A small dam built across the Clerkland Burn 'to divert water for the purpose of driving the machinery of the Corsehill Mills' is situate 1½ furlongs West of Dartlington.

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