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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BUTTERWHAT Butterwhat
Butterwhat
Butterwhat
Butterwhat
Butterwhat
Butterwhat
Butterwhat
Blacks Map of Scotland
Mr Carruthers of Dormont
Mr J Rae
Stones in Dalton old burial ground
Valuation Rolls
Staistical Account of Dalton
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
056 [Situation] 1 3/4 mile N. W. by W. [North West by West] from Dalton village.
An old farm house et. and garden.
JACOB'S KNOWE Jacob's Know
Jacob's Know
Jacob's Know
Jacob's Knowe
Mr Halliday
Mr Jowit, Gamekeeper
Mr Smith
Mr James WIlson
056 [Situation] 2 miles N.W. by W. [North West by West] from Dalton village.
The name of a hill well Known in the vicinity (called after a man.) Supposed to be the Christian name. -
DALTON BURN [Little Dalton Burn ]
[Little Dalton Burn ]
[Little Dalton Burn ]
Dalton Burn
Mr. John Rae
Mr. Jowit Gamekeeper
Mr Robert Wilson
John Rae
050; 056; 057 [Situation] From near N.Wn [North Western} Parish Boundary running S.E. [South East] through Parish
A stream in the North corner of this Plan and so named in the Locality adj. [adjacent] See a longer description in Plan 56.4.

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 24
Parish, Dalton
Plan 56.3 T. [Trace] 4
[Signed] M Donohue Apr. [April] 1856

Transcriber's notes

There is a blue line the Little Dalton entry - shown as Dalton Burn on the Map .

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Chr1smac -Moderator, georgelaidlaw

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