List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr. Stewart Factor
Mr. Scott Greenland
W Findlay Shepherd
022 A hollow in the hills or moors of Kilpatrick extending from the Cart Road leading to Loch Humphrey below the Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Pole (trace 5) to the east margin of this Trace. This part belongs to Lord Blantyre.
HILL OF DUN Hill of Dun
Hill of Dun
Hill of Dun
Hill of Dun
Mr. Logan Factor
Mr. Scott. Greenland
Mr. Allan. Auchentorlie Cottage
Mr. Lyall Harbour Master, Bowling
022 A very remarkable hill feature at the north western extremity or termination of the glen called Glenarbuck. It is faced with rock east & west. The "Hill of Dun", which is the customary form of the name, & well known as such, is the property of Mr. Buchanan of Auchentorlie.

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