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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH DHU Loch Dhu
Loch Dhu
John Murray n.s. Craigencallie via New Galloway
A. McMillan n.s. Glenhead via Newton Stewart
014 A Small lake on 'Craignaw' it is supplied by some springs within itself. And empties its superfluitant water by 'Dhu Burn' (for which see description Trace 3) It derives its name from its black appearance Dhu being Gaelic for black.
DHU SPOUT Dhu Spout
Dhu Spout
John Murray n.s. Craigencallie via New Galloway
A. McMillan n.s. Glenhead via Newton Stewart
014 That part of 'Dhu Burn' which falls over the precipice on the eastern side of 'Craignaw' in wet weather, it assumes a spout like appearance (hence the name)

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

Object
Loch Dhu - a lake
Dhu Spout - a waterfall
[Signed] Samuel Barclay Labourer
28th. August 1849

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