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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROATCH-HEAD Broatch-head William Kennedy Luce
James Roddick Whins
Thomas Roddick Meinbank
057 [Situation] 29 Chains S.E. by S. [South East by South] from Luce.-
Two cottages on the farm of Luce.
GRAVE YARD [Luce Church (Site)] Luce Graveyard Revd. [Reverend] Robert Menzies
William Kennedy
Thomas RoddicK
057 [Situation] 7 Chains N. [North] from Luce.
The graveyard of the ancient Parish of Luce Situated near the present Manse of Hoddam. The Church of Luce is said to have stood at or near the Graveyard, the exact spot is not well Known. The Hamlet of Luce is entirely demolished Save one old ruin. The situation was, close to the R. [River] Annan and at the top of a steep banK which slopes down in to Luce Pool.
Site of LUCE CHURCH [See Page] 3 057 That a Church Stood at or near the Graveyard is authenticated by every intelligent persons in the district but this Site cannot be pointed out.
[Signed] John Jane Sapper R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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