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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MARLOCH Mar Loch
Mar Loch
Mar Loch
John Smith Linnhall
George Bell Minsea
William Davison Crawthwaite Cottage
044; 052 [Situation] Near the N.W. [North West] Corner of this Plan.
A low lying peice of deep moss, which is said formly to have been a Loch. (The name as given by authorities being inapplicable, it is to be written as one word, according to usage).
STAND BURN Stand Burn
Stand Burn
Stand Burn
John Smith
George Bell
William Davison
044; 052 [Situation] From Marloch N. [North] to Water of Milk.
A small stream having its source in Mar Loch.

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