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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PILMUIR Pilmuir
Pilmuir
Pilmuir
Pilmuir
Pilmuir
Frasers Map of Parish
Mr. Ballingal
Mr. Nichols
Mr. Ingles
Mr. Mason
024 [Situation] 1⅝ Miles N.W. by W. [North West by West of Markinch.
Two small cottages under one roof, with garden attached
PADDOCK HALL Paddock Hall
Paddock Hall
Paddock Hall
Paddock Hall
Paddock Hall
Paddock Hall
Johnstons Co. [County Map
Frasers Map of Parish
Mr. Ballingal
Mr. Nichols
Mr. Ingles
Mr. Mason
024 [Situation] 1⅝ Miles N.W by W. [North West by West] of Markinch.
A Small farm house with garden attached.
NEW INN T.P. Turn Pike] New Inn Bar
New Inn Bar
New Inn Bar
New Inn Bar
Table of Tolls
Mr. Ballingal
Mr. Nichols
Mr. Mason
024 [Situation] 1⅝ Miles N.W. by W. [North West by West] of Markinch.
A Toll Bar near New Inn on the Kirkaldy District Trust No. 1.

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[Page] 5 Plan 24A Markinch Parish

Note: Pilmuir - Pill, in the British, as well as the ancient Gaulish Signifies a Stronghold etc. It also is a Compound, in the names of many places, Chalmers.

Note: Paddock - a frog, also a low sledge for removing Stones. Jameson

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