List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BUTTERHOLE BRIDGE Butterhole Bridge John Coltart n & s Cairniehill
William Gerrand n & s MarskaiK Dalry
010 A good Substantial Stone Bridge 1 Arch over the Black Water Convenient to Butterhole (in Ruins) hence the name and on the road leading from "Dalry" to "Auchenstroan" it has been erected at the expense of the County. a few years ago.
BLACK RIG Black Rig John Coltart n & s Cairniehill
William Gerrand n & s MarsKaig Dalry
010 A small ridge or eminence on the farm of MarsKaig the Surface of which is Rocky heathy pasture, of a Black appearance hence the name

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[Page] 44 -- List of Names collected by John Bray C. A. [Civilian Assistant] 1st. Examiner
Plan 10B Trace1 --[Parish] Dalry
Butterhole Bridge - A Bridge
Black Rig - An Eminence
[Signed] John Bray C. A [Civilian Assistant] Mar [March] 26th 1850

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