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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PITMILLY BURN MOUTH Pitmilly Burn Mouth
Pitmilly Burn Mouth
Kenlywater Mouth
Pitmilly Burn Mouth
Pitmilly Burn Mouth
Mr. ClarKe Hillhead
Mr. Adamson Burnside
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
Mr. J. Spence - Kingsbarns
Mr Brown - Parkmill
013 [situation] About 1 Mile N.E. [North East] from Boarhills.
This name applies to the place where the Pitmilly Burn and Kenly Water (Conjointly) empty themselves into the Sea.
BLACK MAN Black Man Mr. ClarKe Hillhead
Mr. Adamson Burnside
013 [situation] East side of Pitmilly Burn Mouth.
A Rock of a darkish Colour between High and Low water mark on the East side of Pitmilly Burn Mouth
LAW'S CASTLE Law's Castle Mr. ClarKe Hillhead
Mr. Adamson Burnside
013 [situation] A little South of Pitmilly Burn Mouth.
A large rock at low water Mark Eastward of Pitmilly Burn Mouth and well known by the Neighbouring Fishermen

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[signed] John Early c.a [Civilian Assistant]

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