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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHAPELTON (Ruins) Chapelton (Ruins of)
Chapelton (Ruins of)
Chapelton (Ruins of)
Alexander Blair, Lochly
John Muir Esqr.
Rental
204.10 The ruins of an old farm house. The land is now blended with that of Barone Park.
FONT STONE [Chapelton] Font Stone A. Blair 204.10 A little from the ruins on the N.E. [North East] side is a large common land stone having a small hole chiseled out about for 8 inches in diameter by 6 inches in depth. Respecting this stone, Mr Blair says that it is handed down by tradition, as being the font where children were wont to be baptised. From the name of the farm it would appear that a chapel had at some remote period been here, but no tradition exists in the locality respecting such farther than that in reference to the Font Stone.
LOCHLY Lochly
Lochly
Lochly
Lochly
A. Blair Occ [Occupier]
J. Muir Esqr
Rental
County Directory
204.10 A small farm house and offices. The property of the Marquis of Bute.

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