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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE DODD The Dodd
The Dodd
The Dodd
Mr John Douglas
Mr William McMurdoch
Mr William Kirkpatrick
031 [Situation] Towards the South Eastern corner of Barjarg Moor. The northern ridge of Barjarg Moor stretching from the west [WJ initials] end of Hightown Plantation to the Preaching Stone, and on the culminating point of which stands a trigonometrical Station.
GARROCH BURN Garroch Burn
garroch Burn
Garroch Burn Garroch Burn
Garroch Burn
Gerroch Burn
Mr John Black
Mr William McMurdoch
Mr William Wilson
W H Arundell Esq
William Lawson
See Page 47
031 [Situation] In a North Eastern direction towards "The Lake".A Small Stream formed near High Porterstown by the junction of several Streamlets rising on Barjarg Moor & in Beuchan Hill Plantation. & bears the name to its junction with "The Lake".
HIGH PORTERSTOWN High Porterstown
High Porterstown
High Porterstown
Mr William MvMurdoch
Mr William Wilson
Mr William Kirkpatrick
031 [Situation] About 6 chains East of Garrach Burn. The ruins of an old farm which was known by this name.
THE DEVIL'S STONE The Devil's Stone
The Devil's Stone
The Devil's Stone
Mr William McMurdoch
Mr William Wilson
Mr James Sharp
031 [Situation] About 16 chains N.E. [North East] of High Porterstown. A large Stone on the farm of Porterstown. There is a superstitious tradition that the mark of the devil's hoof may be seen on the stone, or on the ground near it. It has not the appearance of a druidical Stone, and is not regarded as such in the district.

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Ph. [Parish] of Keir Plan 31.14 Traces 1 & 2 & 3

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