List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Kilduncan Wood
Kilduncan Wood
Mr Lawrence Scott Joiner Little Kilduncan
Mr David Duncan Farmer Kilduncan
Plan of the Farm
013 [situation] S.W. [South West] of Little Kilduncan.
A Considerable Strip of Wood, mostly full grown Fir, on the Farm of Kilduncan. The property of John Beatson Bell Esq. Glenfarg.
Kilduncan Burn
Mr David Duncan Farmer Kilduncan
Mr Lawrence Scott Joiner Little Kilduncan
Mrs Allan. Upper Kenly
013 [situation] Rises E. [East] of Little Kilduncan.
This Small stream rises in the Kings Muir, Separates the Estate of Kippo on the one side, from those of Kenly and Kilduncan on the other. Flowing eastward on entering the Pitmilly estate it assumes the name of the Pitmilly Burn, passing through this estate it falls into the Sea. [Note] See note page 52

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[Page] 56 -- Parish of Kingsbarns -- Plan 13C. -- Trace 6

[Note - Pencil. Kilduncan Burn] Give a distance to fix the point where the name changes. omo [Ordnance Map Office]

[signed] James Ireland c/a [Civilian Assistant] 17th June 1853

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