List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr. Russell Kenlygreen
David Grubbs Park Mill
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
013 [situation] About 30 Chains N.W. [North West] from Falside.
A neat and well constructed House Situated on the South Side of the Kenly Water, having suitable offices flower and Vegetable garden attached and Surrounded by a Small demesne or ornamental ground. the property and Residence of - Russell Esqr. This place had been at one time called Smiddygreen and on the opposite side of the stream near to where the Dovecote stands There was formerly a Palace, belonging to the Bishops of St. Andrews, and in which it is said David the Second once held a Parliament. The site of the Palace Cannot now be pointed out. Its name was Inchmurtach.

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[Note - foot of page] The name may be written on the plan, at or near the place where the building stood - That is, if the Building - or site, comes within a field or enclosure, the name may be written somewhere in that enclosure - OMO [Ordnance Map Office] - remark 17 -

[Note - arrowed to above] Provided that the Building - or Site of it, be not a mere conjecture -

[Note - Red Ink] This is a mere conjecture - no proof - per remark 17 on plan omo [Ordnance map Office]

[Note - arrowed to Descriptive remarks] Palace OMO [Ordnance Map Office]

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

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