List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks

Andrew Jamieson Esq.
James Moir Esq
Mr. J. N. Morrison
J. M. Morries Stirling 1.5.85.
139.02 A farmsteading dwellinghouse two storey, slated. Officehouses, from 1 to 2 storeys in height the former tiled, & the latter slated. All in good repair. Property of Mrs Morries - Stirling

Andrew Jamieson Esq
James Moir Esq.
Mr J. N. Morrison
Valuation Roll 1861-62
J.M. Morries Stirling 1.5.85
139.02 This name is the name of an Estate & does not apply specially to this a cotterhouse one Storey high and in good repair, nor to a brick & tile Works, sublet to Mr Christie of Stirlingshire. Property of Mrs Morries. Stirling. The tile work has been pulled down. J.M.M.P 1.5.85.
HAUGH OF WEST GRANGE Haugh of East Grange

Haugh of West Grange
Mr. E. W, Burn
Title Deeds
Revd. [Reverend] R. Johnston
Valuation Roll 1861-62
J.M. Morries Stirling 1.5.85.
139.02 A middle sized farmsteading, dwelling house, two storeys. Offices, one; the whole slated and in good repair. occupied by & property of, Mr. Enenezer Burn. (now Mr. Fraser, Arngornery nr [near] Kippen J. M. Morries Stirling 1.5.85.)

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[Written beneath Blackgrange] East Grange is the old name in the titles and is now alternative in them it is not used in practice J.M.M P.

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