List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FINGLAND LANE Fingland Lane James Malcolm n & s Auchenshinnoch Dalry
James Armstrong n & s Auchenshinnoch Dalry
010 A Small stream gathering on the farm of Fingland and running through it for a Considerable distance in a Westerly direction (hence the name) and enters the farm of Auchenshinnoch where its Course is more of a S. [South] Westerly direction and empties into the Black Water. at Auchenshinnoch Bridge
LOCHLEE HILL Lochlee Hill James Malcolm n & s Auchenshinnoch
A. Milligan n & s Fingland Dalry
010 A rocky heathy hill (of middling Size) on the farms of Troston and Fingland on its Summit is a Trigl. ◬ [Trigonometrical] [Station] Called by Trigl [Trigonometrical] Party Fingland, the origin of the name is not Known.

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[Page] 53 -- List of Names collected by John Bray C A [Civilian Assistant] 1st. Examiner
Plan 10B Trace 3 -- [Parish] Dalry
Fingland Lane - A Stream
Lochlee Hill - A hill
[Signed] John Bray C/a [Civilian assistant] March. 13th. 1850

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