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OS1/10/19/37

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STRONGCLEUGH BURN Strongcleugh Burn
Strongcleugh Burn
Archibald Glendinning Farmer, Glendearg
James Glendinning Farmer, Over Cassock
011; 018 [Situation] Passes W [West] side of Strongcleugh
Is a burn which bears this name, from the confluence of "Muckle Cauldron" and "Little Cauldron Burn's, and after running in a Southward direction falls into Glendearg Burn at "Strongcleugh" (in ruins)
DOB'S CRAIG Dob's Craig
Dob's Craig
Archibald Glendinning Farmer, Glendearg
James Glendinning Farmer, Over Cassock
011; 018 [Situation] About 3/4 of a Mile W. [West] of Ewe Rig.
A large cragie hill, the surface of which is covered with rocks and rough pasture, is used for sheep pasturage, belongs to the farm of Over Cassock, and is the property of Miss Beattie, of Crieve near Lockerbie. There is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] station on its summit - called Dob's Craig.
DRY SIKE Dry Syke
Dry Syke
Archibald Glendinning Farmer, Glendearg
James Glendinning Farmer, Over Cassock
018 [Situation] W [West] Side of Glenderg Burn
A small Rivulet which rises on "Dob's Craig" and running south falls into "Glendearg Burn" near to "Strongcleugh" (in ruins)

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