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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DHU BURN Dhu Burn
Dhu Burn
John Murray n.s. Craigencallie via New Galloway
A. McMillan Glenhead via Newton Stewart
014 A small stream having its source in 'Loch Dhu' and flowing in a N. [North] Easterly direction falls over a precipice on the Eastern Side of 'Craignaw' this part of it is Called 'Dhu Spout' thence it pursues an easterly Course flows past "High Cornarroch' And empties itself into 'Cooran Lane'
HIGH CORNARROCH High Cornarroch John Murray n.s. Craigencallie via New Galloway
A. McMillan n.s. Glenhead via Newton Stewart
014 A shepherd's house lately built on the ruins of one of the same name it is in indifferent repair And is Situated on or near the southern margin of 'Dhu Burn' And on the farm of 'Buchan' how it derived its name is not known in the locality.

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List of Names collected by Samuel Barclay Laborer
Plan 14C Trace 3
Parish of Minnigaff

Object
Dhu Burn - a Stream
High Cornarroch - a shepherd's house

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

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