List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIGENCORR Craigencorr William Alexander Esqr. n & s MacKilston
John Coltart n & s Cairniehill Dalry
010 A Small indifferent looking Cottage. thatched and in bad repair on the farm of Craigencorr hence the name. at present occupied by a Labourer.
CARSEGLASS BRIDGE Carseglass Bridge John Coltart n & s Cairniehill
Mr. Robertson n & s Schoolmaster Carseglass Dalry
016 A small stone Bridge one Arch erected at the expense of the County over a Small Stream (for which I Cannot obtain a name and on the road leading from "Glenhoul" to "Lochinvar".

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[Page] 71-- List of Names collected by John Bray C A [Civilian Assistant] 1st. Examiner
Plan 10B Trace 7 -- [Parish] Dalry
Craigencorr - A house
Carseglass Bridge - A Bridge

Note, Mr. Alexander wishes
that this house would be Called
Craigencorr, as it has been Since
the farm house became a ruin
and in the event of the farm being let it is
likely to Continue so
[Signed] John Bray C. A [Civilian Assistant] April 15th. 1850

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