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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIGTURRA BURN Craigturra Burn
Craigturra Burn
Craigturra Burn
Craigturra Burn
John Paterson
Thomas Smith
George Menzies
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
030 [Situation] From Mid Hill South-East to 11 chns. [chains] S.E [South East] from Clonrae.
A small burn rising within the farm of Craigturra and flowing along the boundary between it and Clonrae until it falls into Hulton Burn. Hulton Burn is formed by the Junction of Craigturra Burn & a small stream which flows from Aird Loch.
CRAIGTURRA LINN Craigturra Linn
Craigturra Linn
Craigturra Linn
Craigturra Linn
John Paterson
Thomas Smith
George Menzies
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
030 [Situation] On Craigturra Burn.
A small wooded glen a little to the west of Craigturra, and through which Craigturra Burn flows.
The Name is applicable to that portion of Craigturra Burn which runs through a wooded Glen.
CRAIGTURRA Craigturra
Craigturra
Craigturra
Criagturrah
Craigturra
John Kennedy Esq.
Rev. [Reverend] Mr Wilson
Thomas Smith
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] of Tynron by Revd. [Reverend] R. Wilson
Johnston's County Map
030 [Situation] 1/4 mile N.E. [North East] from Tynron village.
A steep rocky craig a little to the north of the road between Thornhill & Tynron. This is a precipice formed of irregular and projecting Crags one above the other, and having slight flat spaces intervening

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Parish of Tynron -- Plan 30-8 Trace 2

[Signed] W. Paterson C/a [Civilian assistant]

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