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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FORKET GLEN Forket Glen
Forket Glen
Forket Glen
Forket Glen
J. Cameron
J. Wightman
Rev. [Reverend ] J. Crocket
W. J. Johnstone
Ainslies Map. 1820
033; 040 A small heathy hollow at the western base of the "Long Fell", it has a forked appearance by two small streams running through it and uniting at its western end, hence the name "Forket Glen".
GLEN BURN Glen Burn
Glen Burn
Glen Burn
Glen Burn
J. Cameron J. Wightman Rev. [Reverend ] J. Crocket William J. Johnstone 040 A small stream or burn having its rise at the base of "Long Fell" and running in a Westerly direction to its conflux with Glaisters Burn.
SHEILLEYS Shielleys
Shielleys
Shielleys
Shielleys
Sheilleys
Sheilleys
James Cameron
James Wightman
W.J.Johnstone
Ainslies Map (1820)
Rev. [Reverend ] J. Crocket
James McKay
040 A small house now used as a cattle shed, it was formerly occupied as a farm house and had a few acres of land attached, which is now united with that of Plascow.

Continued entries/extra info

Parish of Kirkgunzeon [page] 7
[In situation column of Forket Glen]
About 1 1/8 miles E.N.E. [East North East] of Plascow farmhouse.
[In situation column of Glen Burn]
Running in a N. [North] Westerly direction to its junction with Glaisters Burn of the distance of 1/? mile E. ley [Easterly] of Plascow

[In situation column of Shielleys]
About 1/8 of a mile East of Plascow farm house

[extra column LHS List of names to be corrected if necessary]
Forket Glen
Glen Burn
Shielleys

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