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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HEADSHAWHAUGH Headshawhaugh
Headshawhaugh
Headshawhaugh
William Tait
William Shiel
John Robertson
013.02 A small cottage situa [situated] in the Haugh, from which it takes its name. It is the property of John Borthwick, Esqr of Crook [Crookston] and occupied by John Shiel.
HEADSHAW HAUGH Headshaw Haugh
Headshaw Haugh
Headshaw Haugh
William Tait
William Shiel
John Robertson
013.02 This Haugh takes its name from the hill, at the foot of which it is situated It runs from north west, to south east, and joins the head of Lauderdale.

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Sheet 13 No 2 -- Trace 6 -- Parish of Channelkirk -- Described by William Goo [Goodacre]

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