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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIGBIROCH Craigbiroch
Craigbiroch
Craigbiroch
Duncan Currie Occr [Occupier]
J Muir Esqr Factor
Rental
204.10 A farm house and offices the property of the Marquis of Bute
STANDING STONE [Craigbiroch] Standing Stone Duncan Currie Occr [Occupier]
J Muir Esqr Factor
Rental
204.10 immediately at the south east side of the house is an ancient standing stone, it is slab shaped and stands about 6 feet in height, and is without any hieroglyphics.
AUCHIEMORE WOOD Auchimore Wood
Auchimore Wood
Auchimore Wood
J Muir Esqr. Factor
James Muir Barone Park
George McFie, Barone
204.10 A considerable fir plantation on the farm of Auchiemore, the property of the Marquis of Bute
BARONE PARK Barone Park
Barone Park
Barone Park
Barone Park
James Muir Occr [Occupier]
John Muir Esqr.
Rental
Val. [Valuation] Roll (1862) & Wilson's Guide
204.10 A fine farm house and offices the property of the Marquis of Bute
KIRK DAM Kirk Dam
Kirk Dam
Kirk Dam
Kirk Dam
J Muir Esqr Factor
James Muir
A Blair Lochly
George McFie Barone
204.10 A considerable dam or reservoir for supplying the Cotton Works of Rothesay with water. It extends from the DarndiKe at Lochly to the Weir opposite the Ph [Parish] Church.

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