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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
OVERMAINS Overmains Mr Johnston Kennetsideheads
Mr Logan Hassington Mains
Mr Stevenson Schoolmaster Eccles
028.05 A small farm with only one solitary dwellinghouse of two stories high and in very middling repair. The small plantation and the orchard belonging to formerly extensive building, which has been taken down, are the only traces of its former condition, for garden, ornamental grounds and every spot which could likely yield a crop has been converted into Arable land. Archibald Smail Esqr. Edinburgh is the proprietor
COLONEL'S WELL Colonel's Well Mr Johnston Kennetsideheads.
Mr Logan Hassington Mains
Mr Stevenson Schoolmaster Eccles
028.05 Within the small plantation South of Overmains is a spring, with excellent water, which does not freeze during the severest winter, it is covered with a samll Stone building erected by the late Colonel Broomfield and in consequence of this received its name

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Sheet 28 No. 5 Trace 5 Parish of Eccles
Collected by H. Sharban

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