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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KILN CLEUGH Kiln Cleuch


Cleugh - a hollow
Robert Gracie
William McCall
James Smith
Dr Jamieson
022 [Situation] 3½ miles N of Thornhill.
A hollow through which a small stream flows, the stream has no name, the hollow commences, at the entrance of the stream to the Wood, and terminates in a marsh near Carron Water.
W. Paterson [civil/assistant]
CARRON WATER Carron Water James Smith
William McCall
J.B. Johnstone
[Situation] Partially tracing the W[estern] Parish Boundary.
A large Stream rising in the parish of Durisdeer and forming the western boundary of Morton Parish until its confluence with the Nith.

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Parish of Morton Plan 22-3 Trace 1
Cleugh the common mode adopted in Scotland and here made use of as more expressive of real features of Object than Cleuch from Irish Cloichs.
W. Paterson c/a civilian assistant

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