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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
OLD CHURCH YARD [Keir Mill] Old Church Yard
Old Church Yard
Old Church Yard
Rev. [Reverend] W. Menzies
W. Hoggan
Mr. Smith
031 [Situation] No. 60 on Trace 4 About 5 chains S.E. [South East] of The Manse.
A burial ground So called Since the New Church and burial ground was made. In this was the Keir Church previous to the present one. Now disused.
CLADACH BURN Cladach Burn
Cladach Burn
Cladach Burn
Claddoch Burn
Cladroch Burn
Rev. [Reverend] W. Menzies
Mr. Hoggan
Mr. Smith
Mr. Wright
Mr. Kirk
031 [Situation] At No. 49 on Trace 4 To the South-East of Keir Village towards Scar Water.
This Name applies to a stream from the Continuation of Penfillan and Black Burns & bears the name to the Scar Water. The word Cladach in Gaelic signifies a beach. As the Scar previously to the [--] cut being made, often flooded the district hereabouts, the name [--] may have this [--]
BROOMY KNOWE Broomy Knowe
Broomy Knowe
Broomy Knowe
Mr. Smith
Mr. Wright
Mr. Kirkpatrick
031 [Situation] At No. 130 on Trace 1 In the South corner of Scarbraehead Plantation and N.W. [North West] corner of this Plan.
A Small hill having broom and Trees on.

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Keir Ph. [Parish] -- 31.6

Old Church Yard [note] If Keir Ch. [Church] stood in aforementioned that should be in Des. [Descriptive] remarks & written on plan

Cladach Burn [note] Cladach - a Beach - Gaelic Dictionary

[Signed] M Donohue

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