List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Kerrycroy Burn
Kerrycroy Burn
Mr. William Srewart. Kerrycroy
William Muir Esqr. Factor
204 A small stream rising west of Kerrycroy, the name is applied to the portion between the Cotton Mill Aqueduct and where it empties itself into the Sea.
Scoulag Church
Scou;ag Church
William Muir Esqr. Factor
Mr. Muir Barone Park
Mr. Grant
214 A small and plain built edifice erected about 150 years ago as the family chapel for the Bute family, it is in connection with the parochial church, and the Minister is wholly supported by the Marquis of Bute.
John Thomson Schoolmaster at Kerrycroy Says that this church is built upon the Site of the Original Parish church of Kingarth. Also Mr. Grant Teacher of the Poor School in Rothesay believe it to be built on the Site of an ancient chapel. But William Muir Esqr. Factor and his Brother in "Barone Park" who is a very intelligent Gentleman and given much to antiquarian research never heard of any tradition relating to an ancient Chapel here.

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Parish of Kingarth Buteshire


"There is a small neat Church within the grounds of
Mount Stewart, near Scoulag Bay still in good repair
that had been some time used as the parish Church"
New Stat:[Statistical] Account.

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