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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SHINNEL BRIDGE Shinnel Bridge
Shinnel Bridge
Shinnel Bridge
Mr. Brown
Mr. Menzies
Mr. Smith
031 [Situation] At No. 56 on Trace No. 4. About 38 chains S.W. [South West] of Capenoch Loch.
A stone bridge of One Arch across Shinnel Water, on the Clone Road, erected at the expense of the County.
CAPENOCH MOOR Capenoch Moor
Capenoch Moor
Capenoch Moor
Capenoch Hill
Capenoch Hill
Mr. Brown
Mr. Smith
Mr. Kirkpatrick
(So called by the Peasantry)
Stat. Acc [Statistical Account] of Dumfries
031 [Situation] No. 50 on Trace 4 & 5. To the West of and adjoining Penfillan Moor.
A large tract of rougish Moor covered with Heath, property of Thomas Stewart Gladstone Esq. Hill & Moor has frequently the same meaning in this district - hill being often applied to a flat when it is rough moorland.
ROUND HILL Round Hill
Round Hill
Round Hill
Crawford's Co. [County] Map
Black's Co. [County] Map
Mr. Kirkpatrick of Bogrough
031 [Situation] About 41 chains N.E. [North East] of Shinnel Bridge.
A hill feature of a Cone Shape partly planted and partly rough pasture property of [--].
CLONE ROAD Clone Road
Clone Road
Clone Road
Mr. William Brown
Mr. Smith
Mr. Hyslop
031 [Situation] No. 55 on Trace 4 at Shinnel Bridge
A public Road through this Place so called in the District.

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