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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Roman Road
Roman Road
Rev. [Reverend] J Roddick Gretna
B. Fergusson Esqr Gretna
Mr. W. Duff Gretna
064 [Situation] East of Springfield.
The Roman Road enters the Parish a Short distance to the east of Springfield. It forms a part of the Turnpike Trust leading from Carlisle to Glasgow, And was so used for a Considerable time without Any repair or Changes of the Surface.
GLASGOW and SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY Glasgow and South Western Railway
Glasgow and South Western Railway
Rev. [Reverend] J Roddick
B. Fergusson Esqr.
Mr. W. Duff
064 [Situation] Through Sn. [Southern] division of Parish.
This Railway traverses this Parish from east to S.W. [South West]. An Act of Parliament was granted for this line in the Session of 1846 and it was opened throughout its whole length in the year 1849.
Rev. [Reverend] J Roddick
B. Fergusson Esqr.
Mr. W. Duff
064 [Situation] At the East Side of Parish.
A small village near the east side of Parish of Gretna on the road leading from Carlisle to Glasgow, It is [regally] built and the houses are Chiefly one Story in height, occupied principally by weavers, population about 500

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Parish of Gretna-- Plan 64.2 Trace 2

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

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