List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WATTlE'S FORD BRIDGE Wattie's Ford Bridge
Wattie's Ford Bridge
Wattie's Ford Bridge
Mr C. Pitbladdo (Garlands)
Andrew Douie Esq. (Dollumuir)
James Arnot (Bowleys)
030 [situation] ¼ Mile S. [South] of Lochornie.
A small one Arch Stone Bridge, over Dumnagoil Burn, and on the road leading from Kinross to Dunfermline. It was erected and is kept in repair at the expense of the County. There was a Ford here before the Bridge was built which gives rise to the present name.

Drumnagoil Burn
Drumnagoil Burn
Mr Walker W.S. [Writer to the Signet] Edinburgh.
Andrew Douie Esquire (Factor)
Mr. C. Pitbladdo Garlands
030 [situation] Passing Watties Ford Bridge.
A small Sream gathering on the North Side of Drumnagoil and flowing in an easterly direction joines Kelty Burn in Blairadam grounds.

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Note: Drum - A ridge. Goil - Blubber cheeked. Gaelic Dictionary

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