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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLEMILK BRIDGE Castlemilk Bridge J. Murray (Farmer)
J. Johnstone (Farmer)
J. Jamieson (Farmer)
051 [Situation] Over the Water of Milk 3 chains S.E. [South East] of Milkbridge.
A good Substantial Stone built bridge over the Water of Milk, consisting of one arch, Situated on the Glasgow and Carlisle road, distant from Carlisle 22½ Miles; it was built in the year 1821 by the Glasgow & Carlisle road Trustees.
CASTLEMILK MILL (Corn) Castlemilk Mill
Castlemilk Mill
Castlemilk Mill
J. Murray (Farmer)
J. Johnstone (Farmer)
J. Jamieson (Farmer)
051 [Situation] 7 Chains S.W. [South West] of Milkbridge.
A corn mill, driven by water power, Situated about 6 chains below Castlemilk Bridge - the property of A. Jardine Esqr. of Castlemilk House

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Ph. [Parish] of St. Mungo -- Sheet 51 No. 10 Trace 2


[Signed] Thomas Watson
2nd Corp. R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]

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