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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SHIELD WILLIE HILL Shield Willie Hill
Shield Willie Hill
John McLelland
William Campbell
010 [Situation] About 1 3/4 mile S.S.W [South South West] of Knocksting Loch

A small hill part of the farm of Regland, its surface consists of heathy pasture, On it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrcal] Station called by Trigl.[Trigonometrical] Party "Regland."
STROAN HILL Stroan Hill
Stroan Hill
Stroan Hill
William Grierson
Robert Charteris
Mr. Templeton
010 [Situation] About 1 1/2 miles South of Knocksting Loch

A hill part of the farm of Stroan the surface of which is rough pasture on it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station.
WHITECAIRN BURN Stroan Burn
Stroan Burn
Whitecairn Burn
John McLelland William Campbell
Plan 16 B
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010 [Situation] Running in a Southerly direction from the South end of Regland Loch

A small stream or burn having its source in Regland Loch, and running in a Southerly direction to its confluence with Garpel Burn
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Parish of Dalry

Left hand side of page Form 136 Page 29 Shield Willie Hill; 29 Stroan Burn; 45 Stroan Hill

Stroan Hill
[Name] Stroan is Gaelic
perhaps from Sron i.e.
The point or end of a hill, a promontory &c.
Strone (Scotch) A hill that
terminates a range, The end of a ridge

Transcriber's notes

STROAN HILL - Page 45 notes the Trigonometrical Station was called Strowen

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Gerald Cummins

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