List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SHEIL OF CASTLEMADDY Sheil of Castlemaddy
Sheil of Castlemaddy
James McFadzean
Thomas Crosby
Ainslies Map.
009 A small thatched house one story high and in good repair. It is occupied by herds, and on the farm of Castlemaddy, The property the Hon. Col. [Honourable Colonel] Cathcart of Craigengillan
Old Bridge Pool
Robert McAdam
Thomas Crosby
009 A pool in Pulmaddy Burn a foot Bridge was at one time a cross here, hence the name.

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Parish of Carsphairn

Left hand side of page Form 136 Page 61 Sheil of Castlemaddy; 59 Old Bridge Pool

Sheil of Castlemaddy
[Name] Castlemaddy is from
the Gaelic &. signifies
The dogs' or the wolves' castle or fort
[Situation] 1 5/8 Miles W. [West] by S. [South] of Braidenoch farm house
Old Bridge Pool
[Situation] 1 3/8 Miles W. [West] S. [South] West of Braidenoch farm house

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