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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TORR LOCH Torr Loch
Torr Loch
Torr Loch
The Torr
W H Arundell
James Lorimer
John Ferguson Hopefield
Estate Map
031 [Situation] About 5 chains East of Barjarg Village. A small Loch on the East side of Barjarg Village. during the greater part of the Year it is only a Marsh but in Winter it is Well Filled with Water.
GILLESPIE KNOWE Gillespie Knowe
Gillespie Knowe
Gillespie Knowe
W H Arundell
James Lorimer
John Ferguson
031 [Situation] Abot 8 chains N.eE. [North East] of Barjarg Village & 4 chains N. [North] of Loch. A small Hill 100 yards South of Tor Loch.on which stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station. the name is taken from a person named Gillespie. This name in doubt Gillespie.
TORR BANK Torr bank
Torr Bank
Torr Bank
W H Arundell
James Lorimer
John Ferguson
031 [Situation] About 11 chains E. [East] of Barjarg Village. A wooded Bank - trees mixed - situate 90 yards East of Torr Loch - property of W H Arundell. The name is Gaelic Torr , an eminence - or Anglo Saxon, Tor [Synonim] See Page 66.
WATER KILNS Water Kilns
Water Kilns
Water Kilns
James Lorimer
James McCubbin
John McKinnel
031 [Situation] About 6 chains North of Boatcroft. Two Limekilns long disused, the name is taken from their close Vicinity to the River Nith.

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