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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BLACK CRAIG Black Craig William Somerville n.s. Garryhorn Carsphairn
William Lorimer Garryhorn Carsphairn
008 A portion of large tumbling rocKs on the farm of Garryhorn Situated at the N. [North] of 'Cairns Garroch' It derives its Name from its blacK appearance
CRAIGHIT Craighit William Somerville n.s. Garryhorn Carsphairn William Lorimer Garryhorn Carsphairn 008; 009 Small rocKy heathy hill on the farm of Garryhorn Situated a Short distance E. [East] of 'Black Craig' Upon a small eminence about ½ a mile South of the hill, stands a ◬ [Trigonometrical Station] called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] party 'Craig Hill'.

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List of Names collected by John Mahony Pte. RS & M [Private Royal Sappers & Miners]
Plan 8A Trace 2
Parish Carsphairn

Object Black Craig - RocKy eminence
Craighit - Portion of rocKs

[Note under Craighit] "derivation of name unKnown"

[Signed] John Mahony Pte. RS & M [Private Royal Sappers & Miners]
10th Novr. [November] 1849

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