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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLENMIDS Glenmids
Glenmids
Glenmids
James Middleton Glenhead
James Marchbank Kirkbride
William Martin Farthing James
[Situation] About 14 Chains S.W. [South West] of Glenhead. A few Cottages on each Side of Glenmids Burn - in the Parishes of Keir & Dunscore. the Cottages in Keir are the property of the Duke of Buccleuch. The name is derived from its Situation in the Middle of the Glen.
LOW KIRKBRIDE Low Kirkbride
Low Kirkbride
low Kirkbride
James Marchbank
Philip McCubbin
John Clark
040 [Situation] About 21½ chains S.W. [South West] of Causewaygate. A farm house and three Cottages with outhouses the property of the Duke of Buccleuch. Occupied by John Clark
PUDDOCK HOLE Paddock Hole
Paddock Hole
Paddock Hole
James Marchbank
Philip McCubbin
John Clark
040 [Situation] About 17 chins S. E. [South East] of Low Kirkbride. A Cottage with a few Small fields attached, the property of the Duke of Buccleuch Occupied by Joseph Bell. Paddock Hole is taken from a hole or place frequented by Frogs, although in a note to the Word Paddock in Shakespeare, it is said to mean a Toad.

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Parish of Keir Plan 40.7 Trace No. 3 & 4

Puddock - " a Frog" - Jamiesons' Scotch Dicty [Dictionary].
Puddock a Frog - the term applied to these animals throughout the Lowlands of Scotland.

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