List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Toddle Knowe
Toddle Knowe
Toddle Knowe
G. Black Propr. [Proprietor]
J Aiken. Blackmyreknoll
John Hopkin. Surfaceman
James Gardiner Miller
026 A remarkable Knowe on Fannyside Muir through which the Turnpike Road to Airdrie cuts near the middle, leaving Steep cuttings on both sides of the Road. The bottom of this Knowe is sketched to show its extent as from the top or table of it being very small there is not room to write the name without encroaching considerably upon its eastern side. The Road cutting through near the middle also makes the writing of the name in its proper place difficult. It commences to fall, on the west side from the top of the cutting on the east side of the Road. East of this in the rough heathy pasture there are several smaller Knowes which do not bear any name. On the north side of Toddle Knowe, at the bottom, there is an artificial Cutting at present seeming like a Cutting for a Car TracK, but of which there is nothing known more than the name of the Knowe in the surrounding locality.

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