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OS1/10/5/12

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BAILIE KNOWE Bailie Knowe


Baillie Knowe
Bailie Knowe Moat
William Irvine
P Nicholson
James Forsythe
Estate Plan 1776
Francis Maxwell Esqre.
056 [Situation] About 1 1/4 mile East from Kelton village.
A Large circular Knowe. Many chains brass & iron have been found all of which were sent to Dumfries, It is ploughed up but can be traced distinctly at present No one can inform me whether it is Roman or English
LOCHAR WATER Lochar Water James Boyd
Revd. [Reverend] J. C. Lorraine
061 [Situation] Forming En [Eastern] Parish Boundary.
A Large stream forming the parish boundary of Carlaverock and taking its name from Lochar Moss.
SOUTH KIRKBLAIN Kirkblan
Kirkblan
Kirkblain
Kirkblain
Kirkblain
South Kilblain
South Kilblain or Kirkblain
Revd. [Reverend] J.C. Lorrain
James Boyd
William Irvine
R. Nicholson
James Forsythe
Lease of Farm
Francis Maxwell Esqre.
056; 061 [Situation] 1 3/4 mile S.E.E [South East by East] from Kelton Village.
Part of the farm Steading of Kirkblane common to plan [56-13]
This and North Kilblain were formerly one farm which was divided About 15 years ago and these divisions were called respectively North and South Kil or Kirkblain.

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Parish of Carlaverock Plan 56-13 Trace 2 & 3

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