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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AUCHENGYLE Auchenguile
Auchenguile
Auchengyle
Auchengyle
James Notman Farmer Auchenguile
George Notman Farmer Auchenguile
Johnston's County Map
Valuation Rolls for 1827
058 [Situation] On the Eastbank of Cadgill Burn.
A middling Sized farm house two Storeys high having a threshing machine [and] office houses attached the property of Sir John Maxwell Springkeld Tenanted by James Notman
SMITHY SIKE Smithy Syke
Smithy Syke
William Ewart Laborer Hillhead Cottage
George Notman Farmer Auchenguile
052; 058 [Situation] From nearly 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] of Bercles S. [South] to Cadgill Burn
A small burn rising on the farm of Berclees flowing in a Southerly direction and empties itself into Cadgill Burn.
CADGILL WOOD Cadgill Wood
Cadgill Wood
Cadgill Wood
Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Half Morton
Thomas Heard Schoolmaster Half Morton
Property Documents
058; 059 [Situation] On Cadgill Burn.
A large wood of full grown firs etc the property of Sir John Maxwell Bart. [Baronet]
CADGILL BURN Catgill Burn
Cadgill Burn
Cadgill Burn
Cadgill Burn
William Ewart Laborer Hillhead Cottage
Revd [Reverend] Mr Smith Half Morton
Thomas Heard Schoolmaster Half Morton
Property Documents
052; 059 [Situation] From the N.E. [North East] point of the Parish S.E. by E. [South East by East] t Cadgill Burn.
A Considerable Stream having its source near Snabb Kirkpatrick Fleming flowing in an Easterly direction and emptying itself into Sark River

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