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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PENFILLAN MOOR Penfillan Moor
Penfillan Moor
Penfillan Moor
Penfillan Hill
Mr. Brown
Mr. Smith
Mr. Arundell
So called in the District.
031 [Situation] No. 78 on Trace No. 5 & 6. To the S. [South] of this Plan east of Capenoch Moor
A large tract of moorland rough & heathy - property of the Duke of Buccleuch
LONGBANK WOOD Longbank Wood
Longbank Wood
Longbank Wood
Mr. Brown
Mr. Smith
Mr. Kirkpatrick
031 [Situation] No. 9 on Trace 2 and 3. About 13 chains N.E. [North East] of Capenoch
A long, narrow, strip of wood wholly composed of forest Trees, property of T. S. Gladstone.
HILL PLANTATION Hill Plantation
Hill Plantation
Hill Plantation
Lough Park Plantation
Hill Plantation
Hill Plantation
T. S Gladstone Esq.
William Brown, (Factor)
Mr. J. Kirkpatrick
William Brown,
Game Keeper
Mr. Hyslop.
031 [Situation] No. 74 on Trace No. 5. In the vicinity of Capenoch Loch
A plantation of Fir and Forest Trees the property of T. S. Gladstone Esq.

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Parish of Keir -- Sheet 34 Plan 31.5 Traces 2. 3. 5 & 6.

[Signed] M Donohue civil Assist. [civilian Assistant]

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