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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HOLYN BANK Hollin Bush
Hollin Bush
Hollin Bush
Holyn or Holene
Hollin Bush
Mr. William Wright
Mr. Kirkpatrick
Mr. William Smith
Jamieson's S. Dicty. [Scottish Dictionary]
Mr. Hyslop Occupier
031 [Situation] At No. 150 on Trace 1. About 3 chains S.E. [South East] of Moorhouse.
A dwelling house, and garden occupied by James Hyslop Gamekeeper to T.S. Gladstone. Hollin - no doubt meant to mean the Scotch word for a holly - to be spelt - Holyn, from Anglo-Saxon Holen - Brockett spells it Hollin - which is not near to the etymon of the word.
THE MOOR The Moor
The Moor
The Moor
Muir
William Wright
Mr. Smith
Mr. Kirkpatrick
Estate Plan.
031 [Situation] No. 153 on Trace 1. About 7 chains to the S. [South] of Holyn Bush.
A dwelling house, outhouses garden and one Park attached Occupied by William Wright property of T.S. Gladstone.
COURTHILL Courthill
Courthill
Courthill
Mr. Kirkpatrick McMillan
Mr. Smith
Mr. William Wright
Estate Plan
031 [Situation] No. 151 on Trace No. 1.
About 11 1/2 chains to the East of The Moor.
A dwelling house, outhouses, garden and one park attached occupied by Mr. Kirkpatrick McMillan property of T.S. Gladstone Esq.

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