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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLENHOWL HILL Glenhowl Hill
Glenhowl Hill
Glenhowl Hill
William Alexander
Robert Malcolm
David McKie
009 [Situation] 3/8 Mile S. E [South East] of Glenhowl

A tolerable sized hill on the farm of Glenhowl (hence the name) its surface consists of rocky heathy pasture.
LIGGATCHEEK Liggetcheck
Liggetcheek
William Alexander
James McKie
009 [Situation] About 1 Mile S.E. by S. [South East by South] of Glenhowl

A small cothouse on the farm of Mackliston, and situated beside a gate which is commonly called a Liggat, by the Scotch, hence the name Liggat Cheek
KNOCKROSH Knockrosh
Knockrosh
William Alexander
James McKie
009 [Situation] About 1 Mile S.E. by S. [Siouth East by South] of Glenhowl

A small knoll or eminence on the farm of Mackilston, its surface consists of rocky heathy pasture,

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Liggetcheek
[Name] Liggat, A gate so hung that it may shut of itself
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