List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Haugh (J.M.MS.)
James Moir Esqr.
Andrew Jamieson Esqr.
Mr. J. N. Morrison
Valuation Roll 1861-62
J.M. Morries Stirling 1.5.85.
139.02 A farmsteading, dwelling house two storey. Offices from one to two Storey in height tiled & slated respectively, and in good repair. Property of Mrs. Morries. Stirling
MIDTOWN Headtown
Andrew Jamieson Esq.
James Moir Esq.
Valuation Roll 1861.62
Mr. J. N. Morrison
J. M. Morries Stirling 1.5.85.
139.02 A farm steading, dwelling-house two storey in height, Slated & in good repair. Property of Mrs Morries. Stirling

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Parish of Logie

Note Mrs. M. W. Morries Stirling has owned "Blackgrange" or "East Grange of Cambuskenneth" for upwards of 40 years. This Estate includes the farms of Haugh Headtown Midtown & others. The lands of East & West Grange of Cambuskenneth are mention in the Charter of Adjudication to John Earl of Mar in 1699 & from my knowledge of the titles of both Estates & the present names I am satisfied that the Lands marked Haugh of East Grante in the Ornance Survey are so named in error J. M. Morries Stirling 1. May 1855

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