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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
RIGS OF GLENSHIMEROCH Rigs of Glenshimeroch
Rigs of Glenshimeroch
William McGill
William Barbour
010 [Situation] About 1/4 Mile N. [North] of Lochinvar
A few Small Eminences on the farm of Glenshimeroch, their Surface consists of heathy pasture. -
Earlston Burn
William McGill
William Barbour
016 [Situation] Running Southerly past Carsglass farm house
A stream or burn having its rise on the farm of Glenshimeroch and running in a S. [South] Westerly direction (passing Earlston hence the name) to its confluence with the "Water of Ken". - A number of small streams joins near Carseglass school from this place Southward it is called Earlston Burn

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Parish of Dalry

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