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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Caledonian Railway
Caledonian Railway
B Fergusson Esqr. Gretna
John Armstrong, Gretna
Rev. [Reverend] J. Roddick
059; 064 [Situation] In Nn. [Northern division of Parish.
The Caledonian Railway from Edinburgh And Glasgow to Carlisle, traverses this Parish from east to west, An Act of Parliament was granted for this line in the Session of 1845 And it opened throughout its whole length in the Year 1845.
QUEEN'S HEAD INN [Springfield] Queens Head (Inn)
Queens Head (Inn)
Queens Head (Inn)
B. Fergusson Esqr. Gretna
John Armstrong Gretna
James Beattie Springfield
064 [Situation] In the village of Springfield.
A house two stories in height in good repair, Occupied by James Beattie, who is licensed to sell spirits and wines.
HEADLESS CROSS T.P. Headless Cross Toll Bar
Headless Cross Toll Bar
Headless Cross Toll Bar
Rev. [Reverend] J. Roddick Gretna
B. Fergusson Esqr. Gretna
John Carruthers Headless Cross
064 [Situation] 1/4 mile N.W. [North West] from Springfield.
A house one story in height in good repair on the road leading from Glasgow to Carlisle. It's let once a year at Beattock [Inn] by Lawrence Hill & Co. [Company] Glasgow

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Parish of Gretna -- Plan 64.1 Trace 3

[Signed] Philip Munro
Lce. Corp. R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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Queens Head - refer to Map 64.1 [25 inch]

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