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PULMADDY MILL (Ruins of) Pulmaddy Mill (Corn) (in ruins) Thomas Barbour
James Wilson
009 [Situation] About 1 1/4 Miles W. by S. {West by South] of Glenhowl
The ruins of an old corn mill on the farm of Pulmady, and situated on the Northern margin of Pulmaddy Burn. It is traditionally said that this mill was erected by King Robert Bruce, for the use of grinding corn to his dogs, at the time (as it is said) that he inhabited Dundeugh Castle as a hunting seat.

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Parish of Carsphairn

Left hand side of Page Form 136 Page 66 Pulmaddy Mill (in ruins)

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