List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks

Mathew Morrison Kirkton of Neavy
P. Simpson Occupier
Valuation Roll for 1856-7
Old Statistical Account
New Statistical Account
043 A large two story high slate house with extensive offices and farm attached it is the Property of the Right Honourable Lord Wharncliff
The following statement occurs in the Old and New Statistical Account "In the immediate neighbourhood is the farm of Ingliston, on a part of which, at one time, could be distinctly traced the outlines of an encampment." The examiners attention has been called to this and he states that "Mr. Stephenson the parish teacher wrote the New Statistical Account for the Parish Minister, and yet he states that he never knew, nor does he recollect having ever heard of an encampment on the farm of Ingliston, neither does the oldest inhabitants. If such a thing ever existed it cannot now be pointed out not even the site of it therefore it is not to be shewn on the plans.
Balkeerie Burn
Mr. Black N. [North] Nevay
Mr. Cardeane W. [West] Nevay
043 A small stream rising upon the farm of W. [West] Nevay and running past the village from which it takes its name, flows in a northern direction till it joins the Dean Water.

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Parish of Eassie & Nevay -- Sheet 43 No 3 Trace 1

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