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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Shinnel Water
Shinnel Water
Shinnell Water
The Shinnel
The Shinnel
Shinnel Water
Black's Map of Scotland
Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Menzies
Mr. H Smith
Plan of the Capenoch Estate
Stat: Acc: [Statistical Account] of Dumfries P.472 & 461.
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Johnstone's Co. [County] Map
031 [Situation] No. 18 on Trace 1. On the West and Northern Parish Boundaries.
A stream which enters the West of this Plan and runs in a N.W. [North West] direction through it, and forms a confluence with Scar Water.
Clone Road
Clone Road
Revd. [Reverend Mr. Menzies Incumbent of Keir
Mr. Smith
Mr. Hyslop
031 [Situation] No. 19 on Trace 1. At the N.W. [North West ] Corner of this Plan.
A public road from Penpont leading into the Parish of Glencairn (by the Bar) and is so called in the District. It is only Known by this name from Shinnel Bridge to the Parish By. [Boundary] near Clonehead.
The Bar
Bar Farm
The Barr
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Menzies
Mr. J Hyslop
Mr. H. Hyslop
Plan of the Estate
Name on Cart
031 [Situation] No. 17 on Trace 1. About 1 1/2 chains N.W. [North West] of Clone Road.
A dwelling house out houses and farm occupied by John Hyslop and property of T. S. Gladstone Capenoch House. This name is probably taken from the Gaelic word - Bar or Barr - a point, the top or summit.

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