List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Bloak Bridge
Bloak Bridge
Robert MacKie Esqr.
Mr. James Stevenson Road surveyor
James Robertson, Road laborers
012 A low stone segment Bridge of 1 arch over the Glazart is situate 2 miles 5 furlongs W. [West] by N. [North] of Stewarton
Robert MacKie Esqr.
Mr. Andrew Galloway (Tent) [Tenant]
Estate Map
012 A small dairy farm with Homestead & Garden. 2 miles 5 furlongs W. [West] by N [North] from Stewarton
SALT WELL (Mineral) Salt Well
Salt Well
Salt Well
Bloak Well
Robert Mackie Esqr.
Mrs. Galloway (Tent.) [Tenant]
Mr. James Gilles
New Stat. Acct. [Staitstical Account]
012 A neat stone cottage built over a mineral spring. is situate on the E. [East] side of the Dunlop & Bloak road & 2¾ miles W.N.W. [North West North] from Stewarton

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No. 21.
Stewarton Parish -- XII.7

The parish possesses one mineral spring of little celebrity
as yet, called Bloak Well, first discovered nearly 30 years
ago, by pigeons resorting to it from the neighbouring parishes
A neat and handsome house is built over it by the proprietor
Mr. Cunningham of Lawshaw. New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account.

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