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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EWE HILL Ewe Hill
Ewe Hill
Robert Grierson
William Grierson
010 [Situation] About 1 1/4 mile S.S.E. [South South East] of Knocksting Loch

A tolerably sized hill on the farm of Lochrennie, its surface consists of rough and rocky pasture
HOLMHEAD BRIDGE Holmehead Bridge
Holmehead Bridge
Holmhead Bridge
Holmhead Bridge
Holmhead Bridge
Robert Grierson
William Campbell
William Grierson
Robert Charteris
Mr Templeton
010 [Situation] About 1 1/2 mile S E by S [South East by South] of Knocksting Loch

A small stone built (County) Bridge of one arch, crossing a stream, on the road leading from Dalry to Minnihive.
HOLMHEAD OF CLACHRAWER Holmehead of Clachrawer
Holmehead of Clachrawer Holmhead of Clachrawer Holmhead of Clachrawer Holmhead of Clachrawer
Robert Grierson
William Campbell
William Grierson
Robert Charteris
Mr Templeton
010 [Situation] 1 1/2 mile S E by S [South East by South] of Knocksting Loch

A cot house in bad repair, on the farm of Clachrawer which is now annexed with the farm of Stroan.

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[Page] 15
Parish of Dalry

Left hand side of page [Form 136 Page 37 Ewe Hill; 39 Holmhead Bridge; 39 Holmehead of Clachrawer]

Holmehead of Clachrawer
[Name] Clachrawer in its present
form would appear to be
the Gaelic clach reawhar
i.e. The large clumsy stone

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

Gerald Cummins

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