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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOWNHEAD WOODS Townhead Woods
Townhead Woods
Townhead Woods
John Hall Townhead
James Smith Loweberry
John Murray Berryland
040; 048 A large of two plantations both of average size & closely planted, the property of Alexander Maxwell Esq
MAGGIE'S CLEUCH Maggy's Cleuch
Maggy's Cleuch
Maggy's Cleuch
Maggie, -abv (abbreviation) of Margaret
John Hall
James Smith
John Murray
Jamieson's Dict. (Dictionary)
040; 048 A hollow through which a stream flows, the stream has no name - it bears the name from Within Common Plan to the letter A on trace No. 2, the name is desired from the fact of a person of the name having committed Suicide in it. Cleugh - a hollow - not Cleuch which signifies a precipice.
GLENGABER BURN Glengaber Barn
Glengaber Barn
Glengaber Barn
Glengaber Burn
Glengaber Burn
Glengaber Burn
John Hall
John Murray
James Smith
Johnstone's Co. (County) Map
Fullarton's Gazette
Oliver & Boyds Almanac 1863
040; 048 A Stream the continuation of the Water that flows through Maggys Cleuch, bears the name from the termination of Maggys Cleuch through to this & other Plans. Glengaber would imply a valley frequented by goats -the latter compound from Gabhar - a Goat pronounced soft in Gaelic. The authority would therefore be correct here, in the spelling

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Plan 40.15 Trace No. 1 & 2 (Page) 3

Each Orthography entry has been marked JBJ understood to be Civilian Assistant J B Junor.

Name is on plan 48/3 also

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