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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AUCHENAGE BURN Auchenage Burn
Auchenage Burn
Auchenage Burn
Joseph McKie Glenlaugh
William Martin Farthing James
Philip McCubbin Faughland
031; 040 [Situation] In a South -Eastern direction through this Plan. A Stream which bears this name from its source, rise on Barjarg Moor, partially traces the boundary betwixt Farding James and Barndernoch and flows in a N.E. [North East] direction into R. [River] Nith. Portions of it are sometimes called Glenlaugh & Cleuch House Burn. Neither is general, only so called in loca because this Stream traverses these respective districts.
STANDARD Standard
Standard
Standard
Joseph McKie
William Martin
Philip McCubbin
040 [Situation] About 52 Chains N.W. [North West of Farding james. A pile of Stones on the Summit of a Considerable hill - the pile --- are both Known by the name.
HILL MOSS Hill Moss
Hill Moss
Hill Moss
Joseph McKie
William Martin
Philip McCubbin
040 [Situation] About 37 chains N.W. [North West] of Farding james. A Peat Mass Situate on high from which circumstance the name derived.
HILL MOSS Hill Moss
Hill Moss
Hill Moss
Joseph McKie
William Martin
Philip McCubbin
040 [Situation] About 37 chains N.W. [North West] of Farding james. A Peat Mass Situate on high from which circumstance the name derived.

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[Parish of Keir] Plan 40.2 Trace No. 2

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