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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIG LINN Craig Linn
Craig Linn
John McCaul
William Duff
015 [Situation] Near the E.[East] Side of Earlston Linn.
A rocky eminence (now planted with Fir) on the lands of Earlston near to the Eastern Margin [of] Water of Ken, or Earlston Linn from which it took its name.
Linn is the Scotch term for a Waterfall, but the object is too [much] elevated above the level of the Water ever to have been such.
CRAIG LINN PLANTATION Craig Linn Plantation
Craig Linn Plantation
Craig Linn Plantation
John Brown
William Duff
John McCaul s.n. Dalry
015 [Situation] On the rocky Eminence called Craig Linn.
A Small plantation on a rocky [Knoll] Called Craig Linn (hence the name) [the] wood of which consists of Fir. It is the property of William Forbes Esqr. of Callender. -

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