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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Kiln Plantation
Kiln Plantation
W H Arundell
James Lorimer
James McCubbin
031 [Situation] About 16 Chains N.E. [North East] of Barjarg Tower. A Fir Plantation situated on the South side of Barjarg Lime Kiln from which it derives its name. the property of W H Arundell Esq.
High Well
High Well
James Lorimer Nether Keir
James McCubbin Boatcroft
John McKinnel Cleugh House
031 [Situation] About 7 chains North of Barjarg Village. This name applies to where a Small Stream crosses the Turnpike Road 5 Chains W. [West] of Barjarg Village and from whence the people of the Village take their Water, There is no Well.
Barjarg Tower
Barjarg Tower
Barjarg House
W h Arundell Esq
James Lorimer
Edward Hogan Esq
Stat Acc [Statistical Account] of Dumfries
031 [Situation] About 24 chains S.W. [South West] of Barjarg Village. A residence the property of the Occupier W H Arundell Esq. The greater part of the house is modern having two Towers at each end, the Tower on the East was a Stronghold belonging to the Griersons of Lagg, the Western one is modern & was erected to correspond with the other. The Eastern Tower would probablybe built about 1587, at which date the Estate of Barjarg was acquired by Grierson form Earl of---- [caught in fold of page]

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[Parish of Keir] Plan 31.15 Trace No. 1

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