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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TODDEN HILL Todden Hill John Lambie n & s Brown hill Carsphairn
William Wilson n & s Darnshaw Carsphairn
002 A hill on the farm of Brown hill the surface of which is Heathy Pasture on its Summit is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical Station] Called by the Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party Brownhill
BIRNY HILL Birny Hill John Lamie n & s Brown hill Carsphairn
William Wilson n & s Darnshaw Carsphairn
002 A small heathy hill of a brownish colour, hence the name, it is on the farm of Brownhill
SAUGH GUTTER Saugh Gutter John Lamie n & s Brownhill Carsphairn
Peter Campbell n & s Lochmaharle Carsphairn
002 A Small Stream gathering on the farm of Brownhill and flowing in a Northerly direction to its influx with Pochrigavin The name has arisen from the place around it being Soft. Such as where Sallies or Willows would grow and probably has grown in it.

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List of Names collected by John Bray C.A. [Civilian Assistant] 1st Examiner
Parish Carsphairn
Plan 2A Trace 2

Objects
Todden Hill - A hill
Birny Hill - A hill
Saugh Gutter - A Stream

[Signed] John Bray C/a [Civilian Assistant] Jany. [January] 4th 1849

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