List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HULTON WOOD Hulton Wood John Paterson
Mr Hyslop
William Coats
030; 031 [Situation] 1 1/3 N.E. [North East] from Tynron village
A small plantation of forest trees which takes this name from an old farm which formerly stood near it
HULTON BURN Hulton Burn John Paterson
Mr Hyslop
Thomas Smith
030; 031 [Situation] Running East to Shinnel Water.
A small stream flowing through & formed at the east end of Hulton Wood by the confluence of two tributaries one of which bears the name of Craigturra Burn, Falls into Shinnel Water at Shinnel Forge.
LOWER CAIRNEYCROFT Lower Cairneycroft John Paterson
Thomas Smith
Robert Newall
031 [Situation] 1 2/3 miles N.E.E. [North East East] from Tynron village.
A small dwellinghouse with garden, cottage & outhouses, & a small farm of land attached - The property of the Kirk Session of Tynron. This and Upper Cairneycroft constitute the small whole granted by Robert Bruce to the person who supplied him with food, when he was wandering in a destitute condition

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