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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARNOCK [parish] Carnock
Carnock
Carnock
Carnock
Carnock
Carnock
Full. [Fullarton's] Gazetteer
New Stat [Statistical] Acct [Account]
Johnston's Co [County] Map
Old Stat [Statistical] Acct [Account]
Scottish Directory
Sheriff's List of Parishes
034; 035 A parish in the western extremity of the county of Fife, bounded by the parish of Saline on the North, Dunfermline on the east, Torryburn on the south, and Torryburn and part of Perthshire on the west. Superfical area about 2,160 acres. The surface is level towards the east but has a gentle declivity towards the South and West. it is in general tolerably diversified with well enclosed fields, plantations etc. The principal villages are Carnock and Cairnyhill, of which see their respective descriptions in the adjoining Name Sheets.
DANDER INN 035
NETHER ROSEBANK 035

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Carnock is supposed to be a compound word and signifies a Village, or a collection of houses adjoining to a small hill. New Stat [Statistical] Acct [Account].

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There are no details on this page for two of the Objects listed, namely Dander Inn and Nether Rosebank.

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