List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KING'S WELL King's Well
King's Well
William Summerville
William Lorimer
008 [Situation] About 1½ Miles S.E. by E. [South East by East] of Loch Head farm house
A small clear spring, on the farm of Garryhorn, and situated near to the "King's Stone", it is traditionally handed down that King Robert Bruce drank out of it, when passing over these Mountains to visit "Loch Doon Castle".
Blaree Burn
William Summerville William Lorimer 008 [Situation] Rising at the E. [East] base of Meaul & running S. [South].
A small Stream or burn having its rise at the Eastern base of Meaul, and running in a Southerly direction to its influx with "Pulmaddy Burn"

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Blaree Burn
Blaree Probably from the Gaelic Blàr an righ. i.e. the Kings plain or field.
Note, near this place is the King's Stone & Kings Well

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