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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BLACK CRAIG Black Craig
Black Craig
John Murray n.s. Craigencallie via New Galloway
Anthony McMillan n.s. Glenhead via N. [Newton] Stewart
014 A considerable extent of precipitous tumbling rocks situated at the western base of 'Craignaw' It derives its name from its black appearance And gairy in the locality invariably means a precipice or precipitous tumbling rocks.
CRAIGNAW Craignaw
Craignaw
John Murray n.s. Craigencallie via New Galloway
Anthony McMillan n.s. Glenhead via N. [Newton] Stewart
014 A considerable rocky heathy hill on the farm of 'Buchan' Its Summit is extremely rocky and almost void of verdure, On it Stands a Trigl. ◬ [Trigonometrical Station] Called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party 'Craigna Top' Its Southern portion is called 'Snibe Hill' (see Trace 5)

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List of Names collected by Samuel Barclay Laborer
Plan 14C Trace 2
Parish of Minnigaff

Object
Black Gairy - Tumbling RocKs
Craignaw - A hill

[Signed] Samuel Barclay Labr. [Labourer]
28th. August 1849

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