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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TODSTONE Todstone
Todstone
Todstone
Todstoun
Todstoun
Todston
David McKie
James Smith
John McCaul S.n. Dalry
Val: [Valuation] Roll (modern)
Val: [Valuation] Roll (Ancient)
Ainslies Map 1820
015 [Situation] About 7/8 mile E. [East] of Knocknalling.
A farm house one Story high and out houses all slated and in good repair, with a farm of a bout 450 acres of land attached the property of William Forbes Esqr. of Callender. * This farm had once been a great resort for Foxes. On it was formerly a rock with a Cave in it Called the Toadstone but now long since taken away and the present farm house built upon it. This information was taken from a Book Entitled "Lights & Shadows of Scottish Characters & Scenery" by J Barbour, Bogue.
TODSTONE HOLM Todstone Holme
Todstone Holme
Todstone Holme
David McKie
James Smith
John McCaul S.n. Dalry
015 [Situation] About 5/8 mile E.by N. [East by North] of Knocknalling.
A track of arable land on the Eastern bank of the Water of Ken and on the farm of Toadstone hence the name.

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Parish of Dalry

[Note]
"Holm, Howm - The level
low ground on the
banks of a river -
Scott. Dicty [Scottish Dictionary]"

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