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OS1/13/64/52

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PITMILLY Pitmilly
Pitmilly
Pitmilly
David Moneypenny Esqr. Pitmilly
[Blank] Russell Esqr Kenly green
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
013 [situation] A little N.E. [North East] from Falside.
A neat and well constructed house Situated on the North side of the road leading from Crail to St. Andrews having large Vegetable, flower garden and suitable offices attached. also surrounded by a Small though very neat demesne the property and residence of David Moneypenny Esqr.
PITMILLY BURN Pitmilly Burn
Pitmilly Burn
[Blank] Russell Esqr. Kenly green
David Grubbs Miller, Park Mill
013 [situation] Runs through Pitmilly demesne.
A Small Stream which rises in Kings Muir and flows in an Easterly direction Passing by Pitmilly, Hillhead at which place it is joined by the Kenly Water and immediately afterwards empties itself into the Sea

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[Page] 52 -- Parish of Kingsbarns -- Plan 13C -- Trace 5

[Note, pencil - arrowed to Pitmilly Burn] Is this right, if so pen it in omo [Ordnance Map Office] [Sub Note] See Page 50.
[Note. Red Ink - Pitmilly Burn] From its source, Eastward to where it enters the Pitmilly Estate it is called Kilduncan Burn - and from the last named point (which is 20 Chains South of Morton Farm House) on to the Sea, it bears the name Pitmilly Burn. See page 50 omo [Ordnance Map Office]

[signed] John Early ca. [Civilian Assistant]

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