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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GALLOW HILL Gallow Hill
Gallow Hill
Gallow Hill
Andrew Wallace
John Scott
William Alexander
045 [Situation] In the north end of the Ph. [Parish] of Monikie
A small hill feature, covered with furze and a few forest trees where it is said feudal justice had been administered during former times It is situated on the southern boundary of Downie Muir.
DOWNIE MOOR Downie Muir
Downie Muir
Downie Muir
Moor of Downie
Moor of Downie
Andrew Wallace
John Scott
William Alexander
Johnston's Co. [County] map
Ainslie's Co. [County] map
045 [Situation] In the north end of Monikie Ph. [Parish]
A considerable tract of moorland lying at the north of the parish and let to different occupiers for grazing purposes by the proprietor the Right Honourable Lord Panmure

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Sheet 45 No 9 Trace 4 & 5 -- Parish of Monikie -- Described by John Kiernan R Eng [Royal Engineers]

Downie Moor [note]
This word to be written or spelled in the English
form as usually done by the late 5th. Division
when applying to a moor.

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