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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DEMPSTER'S BURN Dempster's Burn
Dempster's Burn
Dempster's Burn
William McCaw
William Proudfoot
James Ritchie
021; 030 [Situation] From near Dempsters Hass extending S.E.by S. [South East by South].
A small stream that takes its rise near to Dempster's Hass and flows in a southwardly direction and falls into the Kirkconnel Burn
CORMUNNOCH HASS Curmunnock Hass
Curmunnock Hass
Curmunnock Hass
Cormunnoch
William McCaw
William Proudfoot
James Ritchie
See Page 79
021 [Situation] At the Sn. [Southern] extremity of Bail Hill
A name given to a hollow piece of ground situated immediately to the South of Curmunnock Hill
BAIL HILL Bale Hill
Bale Hill
Bale Hill
Beal Hill
William McCaw
William Proudfoot
James Ritchie
David Hewitson
020; 021; 022; 029 [Situation] On Nn. [Northern] Parish Boundary
An extensive range of hills situated near the North West side of this Parish composed of the Green Hill and Curmunnoch Hill
This name is, no doubt, of Gaelic origin and possibly may take the name from an opening or hollow on the hill, if so Beal - would be the proper mode of spelling

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Parish of Tynron -- Plan 21/13 Trace 4

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