List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Loch Plantation
Sir W. Jardine
John Jardine
042 [Situation] 3/4 mile E. [East] from Jardine Hall.
A mixed wood Consisting chiefly of fir & surrounding Perchhall Loch.
Sir William Jardine
John Jardine
David Richardson
042 [Situation] 70 chains SE by E [South East by East] from Jardine Hall.
A Small Cottage in good repair on the side of the Turnpike road, belonging to Sir William Jardine Bart. [Baronet] It has a few acres of land attached.
CADGERS' LOANING Cadger's Loaning
Cadger's Loaning
Cadger's Loaning
Cader's Loaning
Sir William Jardine
Estate Plan
John Jardine
042; 043 [Situation] From the Turnpike Road extending NE. [North East] to Sibbaldieside.
An old Road leading from the turnpike road near Perchhall to Upper Cleugh Plantation, now used as an Occupation Road, formerly it crossed the Hills into Dryfe W. [Water] That part is now cultivated. Derives its name from being frequented by cadgers, or beggars etc.

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