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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
RIG OF KNOCKSTING Rig of Knocksting
Rig of Knocksting
John McLelland
William Blackley
010 [Situation] About 1/4 mile West by S. [South] of Knocksting Loch

A small hill of a ridge like shape on the farm of Knocksting, its surface consists of heathy pasture.
KNOCKSTING LOCH Knocksting Loch
Knocksting Loch
Knocksting Loch
John McLelland William Blackley
Ainslie's Map
010 [Situation] About 1 1/2 mile North of Rigland Loch and in the NE. [North East] corner of the parish of Dalry.

A small sheet of water on the farm of Knocksting hence the name. It abounds with trout of excellent quality.
LAWGLASS Lagglass
Lagglass
Law Glass
Lawglass
Lawglass
Lawglass
Lawglass
Lawglass
John McLelland William Blackley
Ainslie's Map
A Milligan
William Roan
Robert Bell
William Grierson James McCheyne
010 [Situation] 1/8 mile S. [South] of Knocksting Loch
A tolerably sized hill on the farms of Knocksting and Pointfoot, its surface consists of rough pasturage On it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party "Lochrainy Mt. [Mount]].

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Parish of Dalry

Left hand side of page Form 136 Page 28 Rig of Knocksting; 28 Knocksting Loch; 28 Lagglass

Lagglass
[Name] Law is the Saxon hlawe
a hill, glass is the Gaelic
glas i.e. green or grey.
Gaaelic & Saxon words
are thus conjoined but
rarely

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