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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CALEDONIAN RAILWAY Caledonian Railway Me. Jardine farmer
Time Table
Public-news-papers
Table of Bye-laws at Lockerbie Station
033; 042; 043 [Situation] From Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary South through centre of parish.
One of the principal lines of Railway in the South of Scotlands, extends between Galsgow And Carlisle Consists of a double line of Rails.
OUTER MAINS Outer Mains
Outer Mains
Outer Mains
Corsewaymuir
Corsewaymuir
Sir William Jardine Bart. [Baronet]
Estate Plan
Mr White
Sir W. Jardine
David Richardson Smith
042 [Situation] 1/2 mile SE. by E [South East by East] from Jardine Hall.
A dwelling house & outhouses on the estate of Jardinehall, [which] was formerly a farm house [and] is now occupied by the Gardner and Factor. The original name seems to have been Carsewaymuir but is is now better known by the name "Outer Mains." i.e. named modernized.
PERCHHALL LOCH Perchhall Loch
Perchhall Loch
Perchhall Loch
Sir William Jardine
Estate Plan
John Jardine Farmer
042 [Situation] 52 chains E. [East] from Jardine Hall.
A marsh near Perchhall through which the Caledonian Railway passes. It was [a] Loch till within the last 40 [years] but was drained by Sir William Jardine Bart. [Baronet] Now transformed into a deep and dangerous swamp.

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Ph. [Parish] of Applegarth Plan 42.4 Trace 6

[Signed] John Stoddart Lce. Corpl. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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