List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MACKILSTON Mackilston Hill William Alexander Esqr. n & s MacKilston
John Coltart n & s Cairniehill Dalry
009 A middling Size hill on the farm of MacKilston (hence the name) the Surface of which is heathy pasture interspersed with a few rocks on its Summit is a Trigl. ◬ [Trigonometrical] [Station] Called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party "MacKleston"
GREEN HASS Green Hass William Alexander Esq n & s MacKilston
William Gerrand n & s MarsKaig Dalry
009 A small hollow or opening Situated between "MacKilston Hill" and "Leys Hill" the Surface of which is heathy pasture intermixed with glass generally Green (hence the name)

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List of Names Collected by John Bray C A [Civilian Assistant] 1st. Examiner
Plan 10B Trace 4-- [Parish] Dalry
MacKilston Hill - A hill
Green Hass - A hollow
[Signed] John Bray C A [Civilian Assistant] Apl. [April] 15th 1850

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