List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Barlochan Port Mr. Thomas Dalling Postmaster Palnackie
Mr James Bell ---
A small creek in the Water of Urr, at the village of Palnackie, it has been formed into a quay for the accommodation of vessels Sailing to and from Palnackie. at neep tides vessels drawing 11 & 12 feet of water can come in & at high spring of tides vessels drawing of 16 & 17 feet of water can sail in & out. no harbour dues are exacted at this port, but 1/4d. per ton register is levied as River dues for supporting their load, mooring posts &c. - it is on Barlochan estate hence the name.
Barlochan Mill Mr. Thomas Dalling Postmaster Palnackie
Mr James Bell ---
A neatly built corn mill at the north end of Palnackie village, it is worked by Water, & is the property of Mr. McNight of Barlochan. -

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Plan 46 A
List of Names collected by 2nd Corpl. [Corporal] Mechan RSM [Royal Sappers and Miners] 1st Examiner
Parish: Buittle
Object: A Quay [Barlochan Port]; A Corn Mill [Barlochan Mill]
No. of Trace - 4

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The address of Authority Mr James Bell cannot be seen, due to fold at spine.

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