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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Caledonian Railway
Caledonian Railway
Mr. Archibald Gibson, Secretary
Table of Bye-laws at Lockerbie Station
Black's Co. [County] Map of Dumfries-shire
051 [Situation] At the S.Wn. [South Western] extremity of Parish.
One of the principal lines of Railway in Scotland, extends from Edinburgh to Carlisle in England. It consists of a double line of Rails, through this and adj. [adjacent] Plans it forms a sort of Parabolic curve. The traffic on it is considerable.
Milk Water
Milk Water
Water of Milk
Black's Map of Dumfries-shire
Webster's Topographical Dictionary
Mr. Johnstone Gibson of Gibson
Mr. George Jamieson farmer,
035; 043; 044; 051; 052 [Situation] On the Boundary between Tundergarth and St. Mungo,
A rivulet which has its source in the N.E. [North East] extremity of this Ph. [Parish] runs in a S.W. [South West] direction and forms a confluence with the River Annan
The aforesaid confluence formerly gave the name Abermele to the Ph. [Parish] of St. Mungo which in the Celtic signifies the Mouth of the Mele, now written Milk

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[Page] 107
Parish of Tundergarth -- Plan 51.6.1

[Signed] M. Donohue
Febr. [February] 1857

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