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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GREENAN BURN Greenan Burn
Greenan Burn
Greenan Burn
Greenan Burn
Mr Martin, RelivourKie
Mr Haig
Mr McFie Ballycarry
J. Muir Esqr.
204.13 A considerable stream or burn having its source from Loch Greenan and running in a South Westerly direction to its influx with St. Ninians Bay.
MEIKLE KILMORY Meikle Kilmory
Meikle Kilmory
Meikle Kilmory
Meikle Kilmory
Meikle Kilmory
Mr Haig Occr [Occupier]
J. Muir Esqr.
Rental
Estate Map
County Directory
204.13 A fine farm house and offices the property of the Marquis of Bute.
KILMORY CASTLE (Ruin) Castle (site of)
Castle (site of)
Kilmory Castle
Kilmorie Castle
Kilmorie Castle
Kilmorie Castle
John Muir Esqr.
Mr Haig
Wilson's Guide to Bute
New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]
Originies Parochiales
Fullarton's Gazetteer
204.13 The small tower attached to part of the offices here, is the only remains now left of an ancient castle. It is ruinious and stands about 8 feet high, the walls are about the thickness of a common building and appears to have been built without mortar. The faint track of a wall is discernable round by the edge of the trees and along the top of rock.
"Kilmorie Castle which consisted of several towers and buildings, was the residence of the Jamiesons of Kilmorie, Coroners or Crowners of Bute, and is now in Ruins." New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]

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