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Dunbartonshire volume 09

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/9/9/1 KILMARONOCK Kilmaronock Kilmaronock Kilmaronock Kilmaronock Kilmaronock Kilmaronock Kilmaronok Old Stat Act [Statistical Account] New Stat Act [Statistical Account] Full [Fullerton's] Gazetteer Chalmers Caledonia County Map Sheriffs Returns Origines Parochiales 014 ; 015 ; 018 "The name evidently signifies the Cell, Chapel, or burying place of St Marnock. - The South part of the parish if Kilmaronock is situated at 56° of north latitude, and 4°-30' of west longitude. - It is bounded on the north and east by the River Endrick, on the Southeast by part of Finnich Glen, and Drymen parish, at the South point by Dumbarton parish, on the Southwest, by Bonhill parish, and on the northwest by Loch Lomond. - The parish is adorned with a great variety of wood both natural and planted, hedge row and detached trees, and it is watered by several springs, rivulets, and the River Endrick. - The land of the parish is mostly arable, there being but little of it hilly or moorland, for the pasture of Sheep and Cattle. - The better part of the land in the parish seems to lie along the Endrick, and from Ross Southward to the boundary at Blairmyle" (New Stat Act. [Statistical Account]) - This parish is situated in the north east corner of Dumbartonshire, there is no portion of this parish detached, nor part of any other parish contained within the proper boundary of this parish.
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OS1/9/9/3 ENDRICK WATER Endrick Water Enrick Water Endrick Water River Endrick W.G. Jolly Factor Revd [Reverend] W.B.S. Paterson J.R.B. Macadam Woods Co [County] Map Map of Picturesque Scenery Johnstone's Co [County] Map New Stat Act. [Statistical Account] 014 This River or Water flows in a general westerly direction from its Source at or about Gargunnock Hill Stirlingshire to its junction with Loch Lomond
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OS1/9/9/4 RING POINT Ring Point Mr John Robb Mr James Galbraith William Torrance (Ring) 014 A narrow strip of Arable land so called between the Water of Endrick and Loch Lomond at the Junction of Endrick Water & the Loch Named
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OS1/9/9/6 ROSS PRIORY Ross Priory R D Mackenzie Factor Alexander Allan Esqr occr. [occupier] Mr John Robb 014 A Superior residence adjoining Loch Lomond having garden Plantation and Ornamental ground attached the property of Lady Leith Buchanan now occupied by Alexander Allan Esqr.
OS1/9/9/6 BURIAL GROUND [Ross Priory] Burial Ground Alexander Allan R.D MacKenzie Factor John Robb 014 A private burial ground within the Policies of Ross Priory exclusively for deceased members of the Ross family.-
OS1/9/9/6 [Page] 6 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Ross Priory:] "The modern buildings in the parish of any consequence are ----------- 2 Ross Priory, to which a considerable addition was made about 30 years ago." (New Stat Ac [Statistical Account])
OS1/9/9/7 DUBBANIEL [farm] Dubbaniel Dubaniel R.D. MacKenzie Factor John Littlejohn Occr. [Occupier] Mr John Robb Valuation Roll 014 A Small farm steading So called the property of Lady Leith Buchanan now occupied by John Littlejohn
OS1/9/9/7 CLADDOCHSIDE Claddochside Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Factor George Galbraith 014 A dwelling house with Offices the property of Lady Leith Buchanan now occupied by George Galbraith
OS1/9/9/7 GARTOCHRAGGAN Gartochraggan Gartachraggan R D MacKenzie Factor James Galbraith Lady L Buchanan Valuation Roll 014 A farmsteading in good Repair the property of Lady L. Buchanan now occupied by James Galbraith.
OS1/9/9/7 [Page] 7 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Dubbaniel:] Note There are two Cottages on 014-14, written "Dubaniel", this discrepancy has been enquired into and both names, and modes of spelling appear to be correct. - [Below entry for Claddochside:] Cladach - Shore, beach. (Gaelic) [Below entry for Gartochraggan:] "Gart - Standing corn" (Gaelic)
OS1/9/9/8 BOGSIDE Bogside Mr James Galbraith Prop [Proprietor] George Galbraith Walter Stewart Occr [Occupier] 014 A Cottage So Called the property of James Galbraith Now occupied by Walter Stewart
OS1/9/9/8 RING Ring Valuation Roll George Galbrath Occr [Occupier] R.D. MacKenzie 014 Formerly a farmsteading &c Connected with Claddochside
OS1/9/9/8 LIMEHILL Limehill Valuation Roll George Galbraith William Torrance 014 This name applies to a ruin near Ring the property of Lady L Buchanan occupied by or Connected with Claddochside
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OS1/9/9/9 WARDS Wards Valuation Roll W.G. Jolly Factor Mr John Robb 014 Formerly a farm steading now occupied by Cottars Duke of Montrose proprietor.
OS1/9/9/9 WARDS TILEWORKS Wards Tilework W.G. Jolly Factor Mr John Robb James Galbraith 014 This Tilework is between Wards and the Endrick Water Duke of Montrose proprietor now occupied by James Cross.
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OS1/9/9/10 RING BOG Ring Bog Mr James Galbraith George Galbraith John Robb 014 An enclosure of inferior Meadow land formerly a Moss in the occupation of George Galbraith
OS1/9/9/10 ABER BOG Aber Bog Mr John Robb James Galbraith George Galbraith 014 This Strip of Meadow land is Common to Various farmers in the Neighbourhood
OS1/9/9/10 GARTOCHARN BOG Gartocharn Bog Mr John Robb James Galbraith George Galbraith 014 This like Aber Bog is occupied by Several farmers at and about Gartocharn. -
OS1/9/9/10 BELL MOSS Bell Moss Mr John Robb James Galbraith George Galbraith 014 This Meadow was formerly a Moss but names as Supplied the property of J. C. Lenny.
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OS1/9/9/11 SUSPENSION BRIDGE [Endrick Water] Suspension Bridge Mr W E Jolly Factor J R B Macadam R D MacKenzie 014 A private bridge across the Endrick Water the property of the Duke of Montrose. -
OS1/9/9/11 MAINS FARM Mains Farm J. R B Macdam Propr [Proprietor] W E Jolly R D MacKenzie 014 A dwelling house with Offices the property of J R B Macadam now occupied by Mr Bruce
OS1/9/9/11 GARGOWAN LODGE Gargowan Lodge W.E Jolly Factor R.D MacKenzie Mathew Thomson 014 This place is So Called forming one of the entrances to the Duke of Montrose's residence Lodge occupied by Mathew Thomson GameKeeper
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OS1/9/9/12 BADSHALLOCH Badshalloch Valuation Roll W E Jolly Factor R D MacKenzie 014 A Substantial farmsteading the property of the Duke of Montrose occupied by Thomas Risk
OS1/9/9/12 MANSE [nr parish church] Manse Revd [Reverend] W B S Paterson W E Jolly Esqr. R.D MacKenzie 014 This Manse adjoins the parish Church and is the residence of the Revd [Reverend] W B S Paterson Established Minister
OS1/9/9/12 [Page] 12 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Badshalloch:] "Bad - A grove, clump, thicket, a flock." (Gaelic.) Shalloch - Plentiful, abundant. (Jamieson.)
OS1/9/9/13 ST MARONOCK'S WELL St Marnocks Well Revd [Reverend] W B S Paterson W E Jolly R D MacKenzie 014 This well is about 24 chains N [North] West of the Parish Church and is well known by the name supplied tradition states that the water had healing properties in olden times but at present the no such virtue is ascribed to it
OS1/9/9/13 "The parish of Kilmaronock derives its appellation from St Marnock, to whom the church was dedicated, and the name was formed by pre- fixing the Celtic Cil, to the name of the patron Saint. A spring of water in the vicinity of the Church was consecrated to the same Saint".. (Chalmer's) 3.905- "it was dedicated to St Maronoch or Marnock who was also the guardian saint of a neighbouring well. - (Origines Parochiales) 1-34.
OS1/9/9/14 CHURCH on Site of St Maronock's Church Church Revd [Reverend] W B S Paterson W.E Jolly R D MacKenzie 014 The present is a plain Stone building erected in the Year 1813 on the Site of the old Church there are about 40[0] Sittings and Burial ground attached the whole Connected with the Established Church
OS1/9/9/14 [Page] 14 Parish of Kilmaronock "The parish of Kilmaronock derives its name from St Marnock to whom the church was dedicated, and the name was formed by prefixing the Celtic Cil, to the name of the patron Saint; Kilmarnock, in Ayrshire, owes its name to the same Saint, to whom other Churches in Scotland were dedicated. In 1325, Robert I. granted the Church of Kilmaronock, with all its pertinents, to the monastery of Cambuskenneth, and this grant was confirmed, by John the Bishop of Glasgow, and also by the dean and chapter of Glasgow", (Chalmer's Calea. [Caledonia]) "The ancient church was situated in the north of the parish, at a short distance from the Old Castle of Kilmaronock. It was dedicated to St. Maronoch, or Marnock who was also the guardian Saint of a neighbouring well." (Origines Parochiales. 1-34)
OS1/9/9/15 MAINS HOUSE Mains House J R B Macadam Propr [Proprietor] W.E Jolly R.D MacKenzie 014 A neat dwellinghouse Adjoining Kilmaronock Castle Mr Macadam Owner and occupier
OS1/9/9/15 KILMARONOCK CASTLE (In Ruins) Kilmaronock Castle J.R B Macadam W.E Jolly R D MacKenzie 014 This old Castle is still in a good state of preservation it forms nearly a square at the base and is about 30 feet high, it originally belonged to the Dundonald Family
OS1/9/9/15 [Page] 15 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Kilmaronock Castle:] The Castles of Kilmaronock and Batturet, now in ruins, appear to have been formerly very mag- nificent buildings. - (Old Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]) "Kilmaronock Castle, a ruin on the property of Robert Macgoune Esqr of Mains seems the remnant of a massive and important pile." - (Fuln. [Fullarton's] Gazetteer.)
OS1/9/9/16 CATTERBOG Catterbog Valuation Roll W E Jolly Factor A McKinlay 014 A dwelling house and offices the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by Andrew McKinlay
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OS1/9/9/17 LOCH LOMOND Loch Lomond Loch Lomond Loch Lomond Loch Lomond Loch Lomond Loch Lomond Loch Lomond County Map Map of Picturesque Scenery Robert Findlay Esqr. Mr William Baptie New Stat Act. [Statistical Account] Fuln. [Fullarton's] Gazetteer Origines Parochiales 010 ; 013 ; 014 This Loch is bounded on the South by the parishes of Bonhill and Kilmaronock being its broadest place having various Islands adjoining the parishes mentioned the extreme points are Balloch Pier on the South and Ardlui on the North
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OS1/9/9/18 KNOCKOUR COTTAGES Knockour Cottages Robert Findlay Esqr Propr [Proprietor] John Macdougal Forester Mr R. Weir Steward 014 Three Cottages So called the property of Robert Findlay Esqr. Now occupied by John Macdougal and others.
OS1/9/9/18 KNOCKOUR WOOD Knockour Wood Robert Findlay Propr. [Proprietor] John Macdougal Forester Mr R Weir Steward 014 An extensive wood all fo[rest] trees on the Shore of Loch Lomond Robert Findlay Esqr. Propr. [Proprietor] & occupier
OS1/9/9/18 [Page] 18 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Knockour Cottages:] "Knock - A hill, a knoll" - (Jamieson).
OS1/9/9/19 WESTER PORTNELLAN Wester Portnellan West Portnellan R D MacKenzie Factor Archibald Galbraith Valuation Roll 014 A farm steading the property of Lady Leith Buchanan now occupied by Archibald Galbraith
OS1/9/9/19 BLACK HILL Black Hill R D MacKenzie Alexander Allan Archibald Galbraith 014 A prominent hill planted with forest and fir trees Lady L. Buchanan Proprietress
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OS1/9/9/20 PORTNELLAN Portnellan R.D MacKenzie Archibald Galbraith Alexander Allan Esqr 014 A harbour on the Southern S[ide] of Loch Lomond So called adj[oining] the Ross Priory Estate.
OS1/9/9/20 EAST PORTNELLAN East Portnellan Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Factor Archibald Galbraith 014 A farmsteading the property of Lady Leith Buchanan now occupied by Archibald Galbraith
OS1/9/9/20 ROSS BURN Ross Burn R D MacKenzie Alexander Allan John Robb 013 ; 014 This name applies from a Dam a little South of Black Hill [to] Loch Lomond
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OS1/9/9/21 ARDOCH Ardoch Valuation Roll James McKean Occ [Occupier] R D MacKenzie Factor 014 This farmsteading is the property of Thomas Buchanan now occupied by James McKean
OS1/9/9/21 TULLOCHAN Tullochan Val [Valuation] Roll R.D MacKenzie Factor James McKean Occr. [Occupier] 014 A dwelling house with offices the property of Lady Leith Buchanan now in the occupation of James McKean
OS1/9/9/21 BLAIRENNICH SMITHY Blairennich Smithy James Jack occr [occupier] James Galbraith Propr [Proprietor] Mr John Robb 014 A feu on the Lands of Blairennich So Called Jack Jack occupier and Blacksmith
OS1/9/9/21 [Page] 21 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Ardoch:] Ard - high, Och - an interjec. [interjection] (Gael. [Gaelic]) [Below entry for Tullochan:] "Tulachan - A sham Calf, or Bishop" - (Gaelic) "Tulach - A knoll, or little green eminence" [Below entry for Blairennich Smithy:] "Blair, the filaments of flax laid out to dry" - (Jamieson) "Innich - to scramble." - (Gaelic) } Blair - the genitive of Blar, a field }
OS1/9/9/22 BLAIRENICH BURN Blairennich Burn R D MacKenzie Mr John Robb Mr Murdoch (Burnbrae) 014 A Small Stream flowing from the lands of Blairennich to the Mill dam near Aber Mill
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OS1/9/9/22 Correction to Burnbrae in authorities column has been initialled JM, also to be found on p. 61 above Lederishmore placename.
OS1/9/9/23 TOWNHEAD OF ABER Townhead of Aber Valuation Roll James Gardner Part Propr [Proprietor] R D MacKenzie 014 This place Comprises two farms the Southern to Lady Leith Buchanan And the Northern Steading to James Gardiner who is propr [proprietor] & occr. [occupier]
OS1/9/9/23 DAM OF ABER Dam of Aber James McKean John Robb Mr John Murdoch 014 A farmsteading in good repair the property of James McKean now occupied by Catherine Fletcher.
OS1/9/9/23 ABER MILL Aber Mill Aber Mill Aber Mill Aber Mill Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Factor James Galbraith New Stat Act. [Statistical Account] 014 A Corn Mill worked by Water power the property of Lady L Buchanan now occupied by James Galbraith.
OS1/9/9/23 SLATEHOUSE Slatehouse R.D MacKenzie John Robb James Galbraith 014 A Small Cottage So Called about 14 Chains East of Aber Mill the property of Lady L Buchanan now occupied by Elizabeth Mullen.
OS1/9/9/23 [Page] 23 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Townhead of Aber:] "Aber. A confluence of water, the junction of rivers" (British)
OS1/9/9/24 LOWER GARTOCHARN Lower Gartocharn W G Jolly Factor John Robb J.C Lenny 014 A farm steading the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by William Robb
OS1/9/9/24 MIDDLE GARTOCHARN Middle Gartocharn James McKean Propr [Proprietor] John Robb J.C. Lenny 014 A dwelling house with offices in good repair the property of and occupied by James McKean.
OS1/9/9/24 AIREY Airey Valuation Roll Laird Cunningham Mr John Robb 014 This farmsteading is the property of John Cunningham Lenny now occupied by George Cunningham
OS1/9/9/24 ABER BURN Aber Burn Mr John Murdoch John Robb James Galbraith 014 This name is applicable to the [stream] from Dam at Aber Mill by [Aber] and Gartocharn Bog thence to the Endrick Water
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OS1/9/9/25 BENT Bent Valuation Roll J.C. Lenny Propr [Proprietor] George Cunningham 014 A dwellinghouse and offices the property of John Cunningham Lenny now occupd [occupied] by George Cunningham
OS1/9/9/25 HEADDYKES Headdykes James Miller occr [occupier] W.G. Jolly Factor Mr John Robb 014 A Cottage So Called the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by James Miller
OS1/9/9/25 GARTENWALL Gartenwall Valuation Roll W.G. Jolly Factor Mr John Robb 014 This dwellinghouse and ruin adjoining is named as Supplied Duke of Montrose propr. [proprietor] Walter McGowan Occr. [Occupier]
OS1/9/9/25 LOW RAWS Low Raws Valuation Roll W.G. Jolly Factor Mr John Robb 014 A dwelling house with Malt Barn adjoining the property of and occupied by Thomas Rister.
OS1/9/9/25 [Page] 25 Parish of Kilmaronock [[Below entry for Bent:] "Bent. - A coarse kind of Grass." - (Jamieson) [Below entry for Gartenwall:] "Garten - The Bramble" - (Jamieson)
OS1/9/9/26 SCHOOL [nr Gartocharn] School Revd [Reverend] W.B S Paterson Robert Gamble Teacher Mr John Robb W G Jolly Factor 014 This Parish School is about mid way between the Parish Church and Village of Gartocharn Robert Gamble teacher.
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OS1/9/9/27 BRIDGEND Bridgend Robert McKinlock Prop [Proprietor] Mr John Robb Mr John Murdock 014 A dwelling house and offices So Called the property and occupied by Robert McKinlock.
OS1/9/9/27 GARTOCHARN COTTAGE Gartocharn Cottage Alexander Scouler Propr [Proprietor] Mr John Robb Mr John Murdock 014 A neat Cottage and garden the property and occupied by Alexander Scouler.
OS1/9/9/27 U.P. MANSE Manse U.P. [United Presbyterian] Revd [Reverend] James Dunlop Mr John Robb John Murdock 014 This dwellinghouse is Church property Connected with the United Presbytn. [Presbyterian] body Revd. [Reverend] James Dunlop Minister
OS1/9/9/27 FRANCE France Valuation Roll Alexander Blair Propr [Proprietor] John Robb 014 A farm Steading named as Supplied the property of James Blair's Heirs now occupied by Alexander Blair.
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OS1/9/9/28 ARDOCH TOLL Ardoch Toll Archibald McKay Propr [Proprietor] Mr John Robb Mr John Murdoch 014 This Cottage is known by the name Supplied Mr Archibald McKay proprietor and occupier. There [was] formerly a Toll Bar here.
OS1/9/9/28 BLAIRENNICH COTTAGE Blairennich Cottage John Craig Propr [Proprietor] Mr John Robb Mr John Murdoch 014 A feu on the lands of Blairenn[ich] So Called John Craig Propr. [Proprietor] and Occupier.
OS1/9/9/28 BURNBRAE Burnbrae Valuation Roll John Murdoch occr. [occupier] Mr John Robb 014 A dwellinghouse with offices attached the property of J.B Buch[anan] Now occupied by Mr John Murdoch
OS1/9/9/28 CAMBUSMOON COTTAGES Cambusmoon Cottages Mr John Murdoch John Robb Archibald McKay 014 Five dwellinghouses on the lands of Cambusmoon Named as Supplied
OS1/9/9/28 [Page] 28 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Blairennich Cottage:] "Blair. The filaments of flax laid out to dry". (Jamieson.) 'Innich. To scramble ' - (Gaelic)
OS1/9/9/29 GARTOCHARN Gartocharn Valuation Roll Revd [Reverend] James Dunlop Mr John Robb 014 A Small Village feued of the lands of Gartocharn
OS1/9/9/29 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Gartocharn] Chruch U P [United Presbyterian] Revd [Reverend] James Dunlop John Robb Mr John Murdoch 014 A plain Stone building erected in 1774 having about 500 Sittings now in Connection with the United Presbyterian Communion the Revd [Reverend] James Dunlop Minister.
OS1/9/9/29 SCHOOL [Gartocharn] School Revd [Reverend] James Dunlop Mr Robert Crosby Mr John Robb 014 This School is chiefly Supported by funds derivable from the U.P. [United Presbyterian] Congregation of Gartocharn Mr Robert Crosby Teacher.
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OS1/9/9/30 DUNCRYNE [hill] Duncryne Duncruin Hill Duncruinn Hill or Duncryne W G. Jolly Factor Revd [Reverend] James Dunlop Mr John Robb Fullarton's Gazetteer. New Stat Act. [Statistical Account] 014 A conspicuous hill, high and of an oval shape, the [side] of which is steep the whole [planted] with forest and fir trees the Duke of Montrose proprietor
OS1/9/9/30 SOUTH GARTOCHARN South Gartocharn John C Lenny Propr [Proprietor] Mr John Robb Mr John Murdoch 014 A farmsteading So Called the property of And Occupied by John Cunningham Lenny
OS1/9/9/30 [Page] 30 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Duncryne:] "Dun - A heap, a fortress," (Gaelic) Cruinn -- Round, circular. - (Gaelic) Crine. - Excessive littleness. - (Gaelic) Crine, Diminutive, [ ] littleness Crean dearly bought [Below entry for South Gartocharn:] Gart - Standing Corn - Gaelic
OS1/9/9/31 LITTLE DUNCRYNE Little Duncryne Valuation Roll W G Jolly Factor Mr John Robb 014 A farmsteading the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by Walter King
OS1/9/9/31 GARTENBANTRICK Gartenbantrick Valuation Roll J.C Lenny Propr. [Proprietor] Samuel Cook 014 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of John Cunningham Lenny now occupied by Mr Samuel Cook.
OS1/9/9/31 [Page] 31 Parish of Kilmaronock [In faint pencil beneath Little Duncryne:] [Field] see Duncryne [Below entry for Gartenbantrick:] "Garten - The bramble" (Jamieson) "Bantric - Often white" - (Gaelic)
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OS1/9/9/33 RAWS Raws Valuation Roll W E Jolly Factor R.D MacKenzie 014 A farmsteading So Called the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by John Graham.
OS1/9/9/33 HORN Horn W.E. Jolly John Graham Mr John Robb 014 A Small Cottage Connected with the farm of Raws
OS1/9/9/33 THIRD Third Valuation Roll W.E. Jolly Alexander Miller 014 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by Alexander Miller.
OS1/9/9/33 [Page] 33 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Raws:] "Raw - Damp, chill'. - (Jamieson)
OS1/9/9/34 BURNHOUSE Burnhouse W.E. Jolly Factor Mr Blair Assessor John Robb 014 A Cottage named as Supplied the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by Duncan Buchanan
OS1/9/9/34 HILLHEAD OF CATTERMUIR Hillhead of Cattermuir Valuation Roll W.E Jolly Factor John Orr 014 A farmsteading in good repair the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by John Orr
OS1/9/9/34 [Page] 34 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/35 GARTAGYRE Gartagyre W.E Jolly Factor R D MacKenzie Mr. Blair Assessor 014 A Small farmsteading the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by William Miller
OS1/9/9/35 BLACKFORD Blackford Valuation Roll J.C Lenny Propr. [Proprietor] R.D MacKenzie 014 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of J.C Lenny now occupied by Andrew Smith
OS1/9/9/35 [Page] 35 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Gartagyre:] 'Gart - Standing corn'. (Gaelic) Gyre - "Queen or head, as Gyre-Carling the queen of the fairies, Hecate or Mother Witch" (Jamieson)
OS1/9/9/36 CATTERMUIR Cattermuir Valuation Roll James Robb occr. [occupier] W E Jolly Factor 014 A farmsteading So Called the property of J B Hamilton now occupied by James Robb.
OS1/9/9/36 CATTERMUIR Cattermuir Valuation Roll W.E Jolly Factor Andrew Reid occr. [occupier] A dwellinghouse named as supplied the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by Andrew Smith.
OS1/9/9/36 [Page] 36 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/37 CATTERLOAN Catterloan W.E Jolly Factor John Murray Occupr. [Occupier] John Robb 014 A dwelling house So called the property of John Buchanan now occupied by John Murray
OS1/9/9/37 CROSSHILL Crosshill W.E Jolly Factor John Sandford occr. [occupier] John Murray 014 A cottage the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by John Sandford.
OS1/9/9/37 SHANDON Shandon Valuation Roll W.E Jolly Factor James Orr 014 A farm steading in good repair the property of John Buchanan now occupied by James Orr.
OS1/9/9/37 [Page] 37 Parish of Kilmaronock
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OS1/9/9/39 KNOCKOUR HILL Knockour Hill Robert Findlay Propr [Proprietor] John Macdougal Forester Mr. R Weir 014 A prominent hill partly planted with forest and fir Trees having a Trig [Trigonometrical] Station thereon its western Side is very Steep and on its Summit there is a most extensive View of Loch Lomond
OS1/9/9/39 [Page] 39 "Knock - A hill, A Knoll." (Jamieson) This Hill is named "Mount Misery" in the Stat. Act. [Statistical Account] but is not known generally by this name, nor recognised by the proprietor.
OS1/9/9/40 BOTURICH CASTLE Boturich Castle Batturret or Baturrich Batturrich Batturret Baturrich Title Deeds Robert Findlay Esqr. Propr. [Proprietor] Mr R Weir, Steward Origines Parochiales Fullarton's Gazetteer Old Stat Act. [Statistical Account] New Stat Act. [Statistical Account] 014 A Superior Residence in the Castellated Style of Acchitecture having garden Plantations and ornamental ground attached the property of and occupied [by] Robert Findlay The only part of the Original Castle of Boturich [now] in existence is that portion of the Southern wall of the present Castle between the two turrets
OS1/9/9/40 [Page] 40 Parish of Kilmaronock "Within the parish of Kilmaronock was situated the ancient castle of Batturret or Baturrich whose ruins are seen on the side of the lake". (Origines Parochiales.) "Between Mount Misery and Loch Lomond, on a rising ground about half a mile from the lake stands Batturich Castle built about seven years ago on part of the ruin of an ancient castle of the same name, which seems to have been once a magnificent edifice". (Fuln [Fullarton's] Gazetteer.) "The castles of Kilmaronock and Batturet now in ruins, appear to have been formerly very magnificent edifices." (Old Stat Act [Statistical Account]) "The modern buildings of any extent in the parish are - 1 Baturrich Castle. It [is] built on part of the ruin of the ancient Castle of Baturrich, 2. ___" (New Stat Act [Statistical Account])
OS1/9/9/41 MEIKLE BATTURICH Meikle Batturich Meikle Boturich Valuation Roll Lady L Buchanan David Thomson R.D. MacKenzie Factor 014 A dwellinghouse with extensive offices the property of Lady L Buchanan now occupied by David Thomson.
OS1/9/9/41 [Page] 41 Parish of Kilmaronock Note - The apparent discrepancy between the orthography of "Boturich Castle", and "Meikle Batturich", has been investigated, and both modes of spelling appear to be correct.
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OS1/9/9/43 LORN Lorn Robert Findlay Propr [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie David Thomson 014 The home farm of Boturich Castle Robert Findlay Esqr. Propr. [Proprietor]
OS1/9/9/43 BLAIRLINANS Blairlinans Lady L Buchanan William Buchanan Mr William Baptie 014 A dwellinghouse with offices in good repair the property of Lady L Buchanan & occd. [occupied] by William Buchanan
OS1/9/9/43 DUBANIEL Dubaniel Valuation Roll R Findlay Propr [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie 014 Two Cottages So Called on the T. [Turn] Pike Road between Balloch & Kilmaronock Robert Findlay Esqr. Propr. [Proprietor]
OS1/9/9/43 UPPER SHANACLES Upper Shanacles Upper Shanglis [Upper] Shanglis Walter McIndoe Propr. [Proprietor] Malcolm McNee Occr [Occupier] Valuation Roll Voters List 014 This farmsteading is the property of Walter McIndoe now occupied by Malcolm McNee
OS1/9/9/43 [Page] 43 Parish of Kilmaronock [Above entry for Upper Shanacles:] "Shannach. - A bonfire" (Jamieson)
OS1/9/9/44 LITTLE BLAIRLUSK Little Blairlusk Robert Findlay Propr [Proprietor] John Paterson Occr [Occupier] Mr R Weir Steward 014 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of Robert Findlay now occupied by John Paterson
OS1/9/9/44 BLAIRLUSK Blairlusk Valuation Roll Robert Findlay Propr. [Proprietor] Mr R Weir 014 This farmsteading is named as Supplied the property of Robert Findlay & occupied by Mrs Lands.
OS1/9/9/44 [Page] 44 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/45 CALDARVAN Caldarvan R D MacKenzie Prop [Proprietor] Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie 014 A Superior dwellinghouse with garden and Ornamental ground attached the property of and occupied by R D MacKenzie
OS1/9/9/45 EAST CALDARVAN East Caldarvan Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Propr [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie 014 A dwellinghouse with garden So Called the property of R D MacKenzie and occupied by Janet Bilsland.
OS1/9/9/45 EASTER CAMBUSMOON Easter Cambusmoon Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie Robert Bontree occ [occupier] 014 This farmsteading is the property of John Aitken now occupied by Robert Bontree.
OS1/9/9/45 DUNCRYNE [house] Duncryne Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie John Mitchell Occr. [Occupier] 014 A dwellinghouse with offices and garden the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by John Mitchell
OS1/9/9/45 [Page] 45 Parish of Kilmaronock -- Cal the Cole-wort [Below entry for Caldarvan:] "Cal - The colewort" (Gael.) [Gaelic] [Beside entry for Duncryne:] ?Duncrine [initialled BR?]
OS1/9/9/45 There is an illegible pencilled note below authorities for Cambusmoon. Also two diagonal pencil lines across the page with the figure 1000 below them.
OS1/9/9/46 BLAIRENNICH Blairennich Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie County Assessor Peter McAuley occr. [occupier] 014 A farmsteading in good repair the property of James Galbraith now occupied by Peter McAuley
OS1/9/9/46 WESTER CAMBUSMOON Wester Cambusmoon Mr. Robert Laing Propr. [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie Thomas Pollock 014 A dwellinghouse with offices and garden attached the property of [Mr.] Robert Laing now occupied by Thomas Pollock
OS1/9/9/46 CAMBUSMOON Cambusmoon Valuation Roll John Murdoch Mr William Baptie 014 This place was formerly a farmst[eading] it is now let out in Small tenements John Buchanan Propr. [Proprietor] John Murdoch principle occupier.
OS1/9/9/46 [Page] 46 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Blairennich:] "Blair - The filaments of flax laid out to dry" - (Jamieson) "Innich - Scramble, Struggle". (Gaelic)
OS1/9/9/47 WEST CALDARVAN West Caldarvan R D MacKenzie Propr. [Proprietor] John S Waddell occr [occupier] Mr William Baptie 014 A dwelling house with offices the property of R D MacKenzie now occupied by John S Waddell.
OS1/9/9/47 GRAYSTONELEE Graystonelee Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Propr. [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie 014 A Small farmsteading the property of and occupied by R D MacKenzie.
OS1/9/9/47 BALQUHAIN Balquhain Valuation Roll Samuel Woolfield Propr. [Proprietor] Mr. William Baptie 014 A dwellinghouse have extensive offices garden and small plantation adjoining the property of and occupied by Samuel Woolfield.
OS1/9/9/47 [Page] 47 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/48 LOCHABER Lochaber R D MacKenzie Propr. [Proprietor] Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie 014 A Small farmsteading the property of R D MacKenzie now occupied by William Smith.
OS1/9/9/48 BLAIROAKS Blairoaks Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Propr [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie 014 Formerly a farmsteading but now an unoccupied house in the occupation of the proprietor.
OS1/9/9/48 BLAIROAKS COTTAGE Blairoaks Cottage R.D MacKenzie Propr. [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie Robert Macfarlane 014 A Small Cottage So Called the property of R D MacKenzie now occupied by Mrs. Sinclair.
OS1/9/9/48 [Page] 48 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Blairoaks:] Blair - The genitive of Blar. - A Field (Gaelic)
OS1/9/9/49 LITTLE FINNARY Little Finnary Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie James Miller Occr. [Occupier] William Burns Occr. [Occupier] 014 This name applies to two Small farm Steadings the Northern one is the property of Mr Cunningham and the other belongs to the Duke of Montrose.
OS1/9/9/49 MEIKLE FINNARY Meikle Finnary Finnary R D MacKenzie Propr [Proprietor] William Freeland Occr. [Occupier] Mr William Baptie Valuation Roll 014 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of R D MacKenzie now occupied by William Freeland.
OS1/9/9/49 FINNARY Finnary Valuation Roll R. D MacKenzie Mr William Baptie 014 Four Cottages So Called about a ¼ of a mile East of Little Finnary
OS1/9/9/49 [Page] 47 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Little Finnary:] "Finner - A white trout" (Jamieson)
OS1/9/9/50 DRUMGLASS Drumglass Valuation Roll Peter Burns Occr [Occupier] Mr William Baptie 014 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of J C Lenny now occupied by Peter Burns
OS1/9/9/50 CATTERMUIR GATEHOUSE Cattermuir Gatehouse John Blair Occr. [Occupier] William Miller (Mavie Mill) Samuel Woolfield 014 A Cottage So Called the property of the Forth and Clyde Railway Company occupied by John Blair.
OS1/9/9/50 [Page] 50 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Drumglass:] "Drum - A knoll a ridge". - (Jamieson) Glas. - Green or Gray. - (Gaelic.)
OS1/9/9/51 MAVIE MILL Mavie Mill Mavie Mill Mavie Mill Mavie Mill Valuation Roll William Baptie Senr. [Senior] Propr [Proprietor] William Baptie Junr. [Junior] Assessor New Stat Act. [Statistical Account] 014 A corm Mill with dwelling house attached the property of William Baptie Senr. [Senior] now occupied by William Miller
OS1/9/9/51 MAVIE GATES Mavie Gates Mavie Gates Mavie Gates William Miller William Baptie Walter Bilsland S. [Station] Master 014 This Cottage is the property of the Forth and Clyde Railway Company Known by the name Supplied. The gate at the Railway near Mavie Mill, is the origin of this name.
OS1/9/9/51 BURNSIDE COTTAGE Burnside Cottage Mrs Buchanan Propr [Proprietor] William Miller William Baptie 014 A dwellinghouse and offices the property of and occupied by Mrs Buchanan.
OS1/9/9/51 [Page] 51 Parish of Kilmaronock
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OS1/9/9/53 CATTER LAW Catter Law W E Jolly Factor R.D Mackenzie Revd [Reverend] W.B.S Paterson 015 A circular artificial Mound adjoining Catter House Supposed to have been a place where Law Courts were held in Ancient times presided over by the Lords of Lennox.
OS1/9/9/53 [Page] 53 Parish of Kilmaronock "His successor Donald, gave the lands of Buchquhannane and Sallochy to Maurice de Buchquhanne and gave him the privilege of holding courts of life and limb within the said lands, on condition of all convicted of capital crimes should be executed at the earl's gallows of Cathar, ---- The Moot hill of Cathar, a large artificial mound is still entire". - (Origines Parochiales) "At Catter is a large artificial earthen mound, anciently the Seat of Courts of justice". - (Fuln. [Fullarton's] Gazetteer)
OS1/9/9/54 DRYMEN BRIDGE Drymen Bridge W E Jolly Factor R D MacKenzie Daniel McGregor 015 A County bridge of three arches across the Endrick Water [on] Turnpike road from Glasgow to Stirling
OS1/9/9/54 BRIDGEND Bridgend Valuation Roll David McGregor Propr [Proprietor] W E Jolly Factor 015 A dwellinghouse near Drymen Bridge So Called the property of David McGregor and occupied by Daniel McGregor.
OS1/9/9/54 [Page] 54 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/55 CATTER HOUSE Catter House Valuation Roll W E Jolly Occr [Occupier] R D MacKenzie 015 A Superior dwellinghouse with gardens & ornamental grounds the property of the Duke of Montrose now occupied by W.E Jolly Factor to his Grace.
OS1/9/9/55 EASTER CATTER Easter Catter Valuation Roll W.E Jolly Factor Hugh Smith occr [occupier] 015 A farm steading So called the property of John Buchanan now occupied by Hugh Smith
OS1/9/9/55 [Page] 55 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/56 SPITTAL Spittal Valuation Roll W E Jolly Factor Gabriel Brock 015 A dwellinghouse with Offices the property of J B Hamilton now occupied by Gabriel Brock
OS1/9/9/56 CATTER BURN Catter Burn W E Jolly Factor R.D MacKenzie Factor Mr John Robb 015 This Stream flows in a North Easterly direction from the junction of Gallengad Burn and Cameron Burn to the Endrick Water [at the] East point of the parish near Drymen Station. it is both parish and County Boundary [its] entire length.
OS1/9/9/56 [Page] 56 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Spittal:] Spital Altered in accordance with circular Memo: [Memorandum] dated 28 Jany. [January] 1865 H. Helsham Jones Capt. R.E. [Captain Royal Engineers] 31/1/65 [1865]
OS1/9/9/57 PIRNIEHALL Pirniehall Mr Blair Assessor James Murray Occr [Occupier] W.E Jolly Factor 015 A Small farmsteading the property of James Buchanan now occupied by James Murray.
OS1/9/9/57 SAWMILL Saw Mill John Edmund W E Jolly Factor John Robb 015 A Saw Mill on the banks of Catter Burn the property of and occupied by John Edmund
OS1/9/9/57 [Page] 57 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/58 DRYMEN STATION Drymen Station Mr McIndoe Station Master Bills of Company W.E Jolly Factor 015 A railway Station on the Forth and Clyde Junction Railway
OS1/9/9/58 CROFTAMIE Croftamie Valuation Roll W E Jolly Factor Mr Blair Assessor 015 A farmsteading with public house and Smithy So Called the property of J B Hamilton occupied by James Orr.
OS1/9/9/58 CATTER MILL Catter Mill Valuation Roll W E Jolly Factor Mr Blair 015 An extensive establishment farm used for dressing flax it is now unoccupied Duke of Montrose proprietor.
OS1/9/9/58 [Page] 58 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/59 BURN OF BALLOCH Burn of Balloch A J D Brown Esqr. Mr Wilson Road Surveyor Mr Thomson 018 A Stream So Called forming a portion of the parish boundary between Kilmaronock and Bonhill name applying from its junction with Loch Lomond to the Occupation Road leading from Boturich to the bondary of Bonhill in direction of Alexandria.
OS1/9/9/59 [Page] 59 Kilmaronock
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OS1/9/9/61 LEDERISHMORE Lederishmore Ladrishmore Title Deeds A J D Brown Propr [Proprietor] Alexander Galbraith Valuation Roll 018 A farmsteading in good repair the property of A J D Brown now occupied by Alexander Galbraith
OS1/9/9/61 ASHFIELD Ashfield Valuation Roll Walter McIndoe Propr [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie 018 A neat dwellinghouse with plantation and garden attached the property of and occupied by Walter McIndoe
OS1/9/9/61 LOWER SHANACLES Lower Shanacles Shanaglis Shanaglis Shan Eccles Walter McIndoe Propr [Proprietor] Title Deeds Valuation Roll Voters List Extracts Supplied 018 A farmsteading So Called the property of and Occupied by Walter McIndoe
OS1/9/9/61 [Page] 61 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Lower Shanacles:] "Sean. - old ........ } pronounced { Shon. "Eaglais - Church } pronounced { Agg-Clesh.
OS1/9/9/61 Lederishmore in various modes of spelling column has been initialled by JM (cf. p. 22)
OS1/9/9/62 CHAPEL (Site of) [Kirkfield] Site of Chapel John Graham Mr Macfarlane William Robb Carpenter Walter McIndoe 018 The Site of this Chapel or Kirk as it is Sometimes Called is about 8½ chains NE [North East] of the farmsteading of Kirkfield the occupier of which place about 4½ years ago removed a portion of the foundation. That a chapel or Kirk was established here prior to the Reformation is the popular opinion in the Neighbourhood.
OS1/9/9/62 [Page] 62 Parish of Kilmaronock "Another church or chapel must have been planted at Ballagan, where the remains of an old building, called Shan Eccles or Old Kirk, may still be seen".- (Origines Parochiales) "There are the remains of two Romish Chapels. (Old Stat Act [Statistical Account])
OS1/9/9/63 KIRKFIELD Kirkfield John Graham Occr. [Occupier] Mr William Baptie Walter McIndoe (Ashfield) 018 A dwellinghouse with offices on the boundary adjoining the Parish of Bonhill the property of J H Kippen now occupied by John Graham. Name derived from its vicinity to the old Chapel.
OS1/9/9/63 BLAIRNYLE Blairnyle Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Propr [Proprietor] Alexander Graham occr. [occupier] 018 This farmsteading is the property of R D MacKenzie now occupied by Alexander Graham.
OS1/9/9/63 CALDARVAN LOCH Caldarvan Loch Lochend Estate Map R D MacKenzie Propr. [Proprietor] Alexander Graham William Baptie 018 The proprietor wishes this Loch to be in future called by the name Supplied that by which is popularly known at present is Lochend.
OS1/9/9/63 [Page] 63 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/64 BLAIRQUHANAN Blairquhanan Valuation Roll Andrew McKinlay Propr [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie 018 A farmsteading So Called the property of and occupied by Andrew McKinlay
OS1/9/9/64 CRANLOCH Cranloch Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Propr [Proprietor] Mr William Baptie 018 A dwellinghouse and garden named as Supplied the property of R D MacKenzie now occupied by A Ritchie.
OS1/9/9/64 CRANLOCH BURN Cranloch Burn Estate Map R D MacKenzie Andrew McKinlay 018 This burn issues from Caldarvan Loch flowing in a Southerly direction by Blanquhanan into the Parish of Bonhill.
OS1/9/9/64 [Page] 64 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Blairquhanan:] "Blair, the genitive of Blar. - A plain a field" (Gaelic) "Blair, - the filaments of flax after it has been steeped and laid out to dry." (Jamieson) [Below entry for Cranloch:] "Crannlach - Boughs, branches" Crann - A plough - Loch - A lake" (Gaelic) "Cran. - An instrument laid across the fire" (Jamieson)
OS1/9/9/65 LOCHEND Lochend Valuation Roll R D MacKenzie Propr [Proprietor] William Graham 018 A farmsteading adjoining Caldarvan Loch R D MacKenzie is proprietor now in the occupation of William Graham
OS1/9/9/65 LOCHEND COTTAGE Lochend Cottage R D MacKenzie Propr [Proprietor] Robert Jackson occr. [occupier] John Robb 018 A Cottage So Called the property of R.D MacKenzie now occupied by Robert Jackson
OS1/9/9/65 [Page] 65 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/66 KILMARONOCK STATION Kilmaronock Station Bills of Company Mr Bilsland Station Master John Robb 018 A railway Station on the Forth and Clyde Junction Railway
OS1/9/9/66 FORTH AND CLYDE JUNCTION RAILWAY Forth & Clyde Junction Railway Bills of Company Mr Bilsland Station Master 018 A line of railway for passengers and other traffic between Balloch and Stirling.
OS1/9/9/66 MANSION OF GALLANGAD Mansion of Gallangad Mansion of Gallengad Mr Brown Factor Alexander Dow occr [occupier] Mr William Baptie assessor Valuation Roll 018 A farmsteading in bad repair the property of R.C Graham now occupied by Alexander Dow This place was formerly the Residence of the Lairds of Gallangad.
OS1/9/9/66 [Page] 66 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/67 BLAIRQUHOMRIE Blairquhomrie Blairquhomrie Blairquhomrie Blairquhomrie Valuation Roll Rent Receipts James Buchanan Occr [Occupier] Estate Map. 018 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of Mrs Ewing now occupied by James Buchanan
OS1/9/9/67 BLAIRVEICH Blairveich James Buchanan Alexander Dow John Robb 018 A Cottage So Called the property of Mrs Ewing now in the occupation of James Buchanan
OS1/9/9/67 [Page] 67 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Blairveich:] "Blair - A field Bheag - Little - pronounced vvheug" (Gaelic)
OS1/9/9/68 MOLLANDOW Mollandow Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie James Gardiner 018 A farmsteading the property of Bilsland and Buchanan now occupied by James Gardiner
OS1/9/9/68 SPITAL Spittal Valuation Roll John Bilsland Mr William Baptie 018 A farmsteading So Called the property of Robert Bell now occupied by John Bilsland
OS1/9/9/68 [Page] 68 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below amended spelling for Spital:] Spital H Helsham Jones 31.1.65 [1865] Capt.R.E. [Captain Royal Engineers] see note on p.56
OS1/9/9/69 CROFTFOOT Croftfoot William Buchanan Prop [Proprietor] Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie 018 A farmsteading in good repair the property of and occupied by William Buchanan
OS1/9/9/69 MERKINS Merkins Merkins Merkins Merkins Valuation Roll Robert McIndoe occ [occupier] Mr William Baptie Estate Map. 018 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of Mrs. Ewing now occupied by Robert McIndoe.
OS1/9/9/69 [Page] 69 Parish of Kilmaronock
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OS1/9/9/71 GALLANGAD Gallangad Gallingad Gallengad Gallengad Gallengadd Mr Brown Factor James Young Occr. [Occupier] Alexander Dow Voters List Valuation Roll New Stat Act. [Statistical Account] Fullartons Gazetteer 018 A dwellinghouse with offices the property of R.C. Graham now occupied by James Young
OS1/9/9/71 GARTLEA Gartlea Valuation Roll Mr William Baptie Thomas Wilson 018 A farmsteading partly in Ruins he property of and occupied by R.C. Graham
OS1/9/9/71 LADY LINN Lady Linn Alexander Dow Thomas Wilson John Robb 018 A waterfall in Gallangad Glen about 5 feet high curved across Gallangad Burn
OS1/9/9/71 [Page] 71 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Gallangad:] "Gallan. A branch, a youth. Gad, A withe, a twisted twig". - (Gaelic) [Below entry for Gartlea:] "Gart. Standing corn." (Gaelic) Lea. - Not ploughed. - (Jamieson)
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OS1/9/9/73 BLAIRQUHOMRIE MUIR Blairquhomrie Muir Blairquhomrie Muir Blairquhomrie Muir Blairquhomrie Moor James Buchanan Robert McIndoe Alexander Dow Estate Map. 018 A considerable tract of rough Heathy pasture extending from the parish boundary between Common Kist and Standing Stones to the Cultivated lands of Blairquhomrie & Merkins.
OS1/9/9/73 MERKINS MUIR Merkins Muir Merkins Muir Merkins Muir Merkins Moor James Buchanan Robert McIndoe Alexander Dow Estate Plan 018 This Muir is bounded on the West by Blairquhomrie Muir on the East by Gallangad Burn and on the South by Dumbarton parish, and the Cultivated lands of Merkins on the North.
OS1/9/9/73 [Page] 73 Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Merkins Muir:] "Merk. A certain denomination of land, from the duty formerly paid to the sovereign or superior." (Jamieson)
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OS1/9/9/75 GALLANGAD GLEN Gallangad Glen Alexander Dow Mr John Robb James Young 018 This Glen extend from Ishneich waterfall to near the Mansion of Gallangad its Sides are steep and throughout the whole Scattered forest and wood line its banks
OS1/9/9/75 GALLANGAD BURN Gallangad Burn Gallangadd Burn Mr John Robb Alexander Dow Mr. William Baptie Clerk of Supply County Map 018 The name of this burn is well known and extends from Ishneich Water fall to its Junction with the Cameron Burn
OS1/9/9/75 GALLANGAD MUIR Gallangad Muir Alexander Dow James Buchanan John Robb 018 A considerable tract of Rough Heathy pasture extending from the Parish boundary adjoining Dumbarton Parish to the Cultivated lands of Gallangad it is bounded by the Cameron Burn on the East & Gallangad Burn on the West
OS1/9/9/75 [Page] 75 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/76 ISHNEICH Ishneich Ishneich Ishneich Gallingad Linn Gallingad Linn Alexander Dow James Buchanan Thomas Wilson (Herd) Mr Murray - Factor for Mrs Ewing. Walter Smith 018 A double waterfall about 10 ft high Known by the name Supplied adding the parish boundary of Dumbarton and the head of Gallangad Glen.
OS1/9/9/76 CAMERON BURN Cameron Burn Thomas Wilson Herd James Buchanan Alexander Dow 018 This burn flows from near the junction of the parishes of Dumbarton and Drymen flowing in a Northerly direction to its junction with Gallangad Burn it is the parish boundary its whole length.
OS1/9/9/76 BAGURY BURN Bagury Burn Plan of Dumbarton Muir 018 This burn rises on Dumbarton Muir and for a short distance is called "Baguary Burn," thence Cameron Burn.
OS1/9/9/76 DOCKING HOLE Docking Hole Plan of Dumbarton Muir 018 A small burn rising near the boundary of Dumbarton and Kilmaronock Phs. [Parishes]
OS1/9/9/76 [Page] 76 Uisge Parish of Kilmaronock [Below entry for Ishneich:] Uisge - Water } Nigh - Wash } (Gaelic)
OS1/9/9/77 RED BRAE Red Brae Red Brae Red Brae Red Brae James Buchanan Alexander Dow Thomas Wilson Estate Plan 018 This name applies to a Steep bank the Soil of which is of a Red Color on the (Side of a Stream) not named about ½ a mile North West from Gallangad Glen
OS1/9/9/77 LANG CAIRN Grey Cairn Grey Cairn Grey Cairn Lang Cairn Lang Cairn Long Cairn Long Cairn Lang Cairn James Buchanan Thomas Wilson Alexander Dow Estate Plan of Blairquhomrie & Merkins. Plan of Dumbarton Muir Mr Murray Factor Walter Smith Burgh Charter 1609. 018 An oval pile of large Course Stones the name of which is popularly known to the inhabitants of the Surrounding Country, it presents an artificial appearance and all that is known of its origin is the tradition of a battle been fought here in Olden times. - This Cairn is on the Parish boundary.
OS1/9/9/77 [Page] 77 Parish of Kilmaronock
OS1/9/9/78 FINLAND BURN Finland Burn Finland Burn Finland Burn Finland Burn Merkins Burn Merkins Burn William Ronald Gamekeeper James Buchanan Alexander Dow Shepherd Estate Plan James Cross - Wards John Smith - Highdykes 018 This Stream flows in a N. [North] Easterly direction through Merkins Muir by Red Brae to its junction with Gallangad Burn near Ishneich waterfall.
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OS1/9/9/79 COMMON KIST Common Kist Common Kist Common Kist Common Kist Common Kist Common Kist James Buchanan Thomas Wilson (Herd) Alexander Dow Estate Plan of Blairquhomrie & Merkins Plan of Dumbarton Muir Burgh Charter 1609 (Dumbarton) 018 The object which bears this name is four rude stones in the form of a box at the Junction of the Parishes of Bonhill and Dumbarton.
OS1/9/9/79 HILL OF STANDING STANES Standing Stones Standing Stones Standing Stones Hill of Standing Stones Hill of Standing Stones Hill of Standing Stones Hill where the Standand Stanes are fixed. The Standin Stanes James Buchanan Thomas Wilson John Robb Estate Plan of Blairquohomrie & Merkins. Plan of Dumbarton Muir Mr Murray Factor for Mrs. Ewing Burgh Charter 1609 (Dumbarton.) Arbiters award of 1838. 018 An artificial pile of Stones about 5 feet high So called on the parish boundary adjoining Dumbarton it is also the highest point of Muirland in the locality.
OS1/9/9/79 [Page] 79 Parish of Kilmaronock [Between description of Common Kist and Hill of Standing Stanes:] See N. [Name] Book of Dumbarton Ph. [Parish] J[K] [Signed] John Bayly Major R.E. [Royal Engineers]
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OS1/9/9/81 OS1/9/9 Co. DUMBARTON PARISH OF KILMARONOCK
OS1/9/9/82 [Page] 82 INDEX Name -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Aber Bog -- 14 -- 7 -- 10 Ardoch -- 14 -- 10 -- 21 Aber Mill -- 14 -- 11 -- 23 Airey -- 14 -- 11 -- 24 Aber Burn -- 14 -- 11 -- 24 Ardoch Toll 14 -- 11 -- 28 Ashfield -- 18 -- 2 -- 61 Burial Ground -- 14 -- 6 -- 6 Bogside -- 14 -- 7 -- 8 Bell Moss -- 14 -- 7 -- 10 Badshalloch -- 14 -- 8 -- 12 Black Hill -- 14 -- 10 -- 19 Blairennich Smithy -- 14 -- 10 -- 21 Blairennich Burn -- 14 -- 10 -- 22 Bent -- 14 -- 10 -- 25 Bridgend -- 14 -- 11 -- 27 Blairennich Cottage -- 14 -- 11 -- 28 Burnbrae -- 14 -- 11 -- 28 Burnhouse -- 14 -- 12 -- 34 Blackford -- 14 -- 12 -- 35 Boturich Castle -- 14 -- 13 -- 40 Blairlinans -- 14 -- 14 -- 43 Blairlusk -- 14 -- 14 -- 44 Blairlennich -- 14 -- 15 -- 46 Balquhain -- 14 -- 15 -- 47 Blairoaks -- 14 -- 15 -- 48 Blairoaks Cottage -- 14 -- 15 -- 48 Burnside Cottage -- 14 -- 16 -- 51 Bridgend -- 15 -- 5 -- 54 Burn of Balloch -- 18 -- 1 -- 59 Blairmyle -- 18 -- 2 -- 63 Blairquhanan -- 18 -- 2 -- 64 Blairquhomrie -- 18 -- 3 -- 67 Blairveich -- 18 -- 3 -- 67 Blairquhomrie Muir -- 18 -- 4 -- 73 Claddachside -- 14 -- 7 -- 7 Church on site of St Maronocks Ch [Church] -- 14 -- 8 -- 14 Catterbog -- 14 -- 8 -- 16 Cambusmoon Cottages -- 14 -- 11 -- 28 Cattermuir -- 14 -- 12 -- 36 Cattermuir -- 14 -- 12 -- 36 Catterloan -- 14 -- 12 -- 37 Crosshill -- 14 -- 12 -- 37 Caldarvan -- 14 -- 15 -- 45 Cambusmoon -- 14 -- 15 -- 46 Cattermuir Gatehouse -- 14 -- 16 -- 50 Catter Law -- 15 -- 5 -- 53 Catter House -- 15 -- 9 -- 55 Catter Burn -- 15 -- 9 -- 56 Croftamie -- 15 -- 9 -- 58 Catter Mill -- 15 -- 9 -- 58 Caldarvan Loch -- 18 -- 2 -- 63 Cranloch -- 18 -- 2 --- 64 Cranloch Burn -- 18 -- 2 -- 64 Croftfoot -- 18 -- 3 -- 69 Cameron Burn -- 18 -- 8 -- 76 Common Kist -- 18 -- 11 -- 79 Dubbaniel -- 14 -- 7 -- 7 Dam of Aber -- 14 -- 11 -- 23 Duncryne -- 14 -- 11 -- 30
OS1/9/9/83 [Page] 83 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page . . . Dubaniel -- 14 -- 14 -- 43 Duncryne -- 14 -- 15 -- 45 Drumglas -- 14 -- 16 -- 50 Drymen Bridge -- 15 -- 5 -- 54 Drymen Station -- 15 -- 9 -- 58 Endrick Water -- 14 -- 3 -- 3 East Portnellan -- 14 -- 10 -- 20 East Caldarvan -- 14 -- 15 -- 45 Easter Cambusmoon -- 14 -- 15 -- 45 Easter Catter -- 15 -- 9 -- 55 France -- 14 -- 11 -- 27 Finnary -- 14 -- 16 -- 49 Forth and Clyde Junction Rly [Railway] -- 18 -- 3 -- 66 Finland Burn -- 18 -- 11 -- 78 Gartochraggan -- 14 -- 7 -- 7 Gartocharn Bog -- 14 -- 7 -- 10 Gargowan Lodge -- 14 -- 8 -- 11 Gartenwalls -- 14 -- 11 -- 25 Gartocharn Cottage -- 14 -- 11 -- 27 Gartocharn -- 14 -- 11 -- 29 Gartenbantrick -- 14 -- 11 -- 31 Gartagyre -- 14 -- 12 -- 35 Graystonelee -- 14 -- 15 -- 47 Gallangad -- 18 -- 4 -- 71 Gartlea -- 18 -- 4 -- 71 Gallangad Glen -- 18 -- 4 -- 75 Gallangad Burn -- 18 -- 4 -- 75 Gallangad Muir -- 18 -- 4 -- 75 Headdykes -- 14 -- 11 -- 25 Hillhead of Cattermuir -- 14 -- 12 -- 34 Hill of Standing Stones -- 18 -- 11 -- 79 Horn -- 14 -- 12 -- 33 Ishneich -- 18 -- 8 -- 76 Kilmaronock -- 18 -- 8 -- 1 Kilmaronock Castle -- 14 -- 8 -- 15 Knockour Cottage -- 14 -- 9 -- 18 Knockour Wood -- 14 -- 9 -- 18 Kirkfield -- 18 -- 2 -- 63 Knockour Hill -- 14 -- 13 -- 39 Kilmaronock Station -- 18 -- 3 -- 66 Limehill -- 14 -- 7 -- 8 Loch Lomond -- 14 -- 9 -- 17 Lower Gartocharn -- 14 -- 11 -- 24 Low Raws -- 14 -- 11 -- 25 Little Duncryne -- 14 -- 11 -- 31 Little Blairlusk -- 14 -- 14 -- 44 Lorn -- 14 -- 14 -- 43 Lochaber -- 14 -- 15 -- 48 Little Finnary -- 14 -- 16 -- 49 Lederishmore -- 18 -- 2 -- 61 Lower Shancles -- 18 -- 2 -- 61 Lochend -- 18 -- 3 -- 65 Lochend Cottage -- 18 -- 3 -- 65 Lady Linn -- 18 -- 4 -- 71 Lang Cairn -- 18 -- 8 -- 77 Mains Farm -- 14 -- 8 -- 11 Manse -- 14 -- 8 -- 12 Mains House -- 14 -- 8 -- 15
OS1/9/9/84 [Page] 84 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Middle Gartocharn -- 14 -- 11 -- 24 Meikle Batturich -- 14 -- 13 -- 41 Meikle Finnary -- 14 -- 16 -- 49 Mavie Mill -- 14 -- 16 -- 51 Mavie Gates -- 14 -- 16 -- 51 Mansion of Gallangad -- 18 -- 3 -- 66 Mollandow -- 18 -- 3 -- 68 Merkins -- 18 -- 3 -- 69 Merkins Muir -- 18 -- 3 -- 73 Portnellan -- 14 -- 10 -- 20 Pirniehall -- 15 -- 9 -- 57 Ring Point -- 14 -- 3 -- 4 Ross Priory -- 14 -- 6 -- 6 Ring -- 14 -- 7 -- 8 Ring Bog -- 14 -- 7 -- 10 Ross Burn -- 14 -- 10 -- 20 Raws -- 14 -- 12 -- 33 Red Brae -- 18 -- 8 -- 77 St Maronocks Well -- 14 -- 8 -- 13 Slatehouse -- 14 -- 11 -- 23 School -- 14 -- 11 -- 26 School -- 14 -- 11 -- 29 South Gartocharn -- 14 -- 11 -- 30 Shandon -- 14 -- 12 -- 37 Spittal -- 15 -- 9 -- 56 Saw Mill -- 15 -- 9 -- 57 Site of Chapel -- 18 -- 2 -- 62 Spittal -- 18 -- 3 -- 68 Suspension Bridge -- 14 -- 8 -- 11 Tullochan -- 14 -- 10 -- 21 Townhead of Aber -- 14 -- 11 -- 23 Third -- 14 -- 12 -- 33 U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse -- 14 -- 11 -- 27 U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church -- 14 -- 11 -- 29 Upper Shanacles -- 14 -- 14 -- 43 Wards -- 14 -- 7 -- 9 Wards Tileworks -- 14 -- 7 -- 9 Wester Portnellan -- 14 -- 10 -- 19 Wester Cambusmoon -- 14 -- 15 -- 46 West Caldarvan -- 14 -- 15 -- 47