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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WALLY STANE Wally Stane
Wally Stane
Wally Stane
Samuel Good
Robert Coates
William Hastings
015 [Situation] About 10 Chains N. [North] of Knocknalling.
A large irregular Shaped rock, in the corner of a field a short distance North of Knocknalling house. It takes its name from its Surface being covered with Small Cavities, Called in the Scotch dialect Wally.
CRAIG MICHAEL Craig Michael
Craig Michael
Craig Michael
William Hannay
Samuel Good
John McCaul s.n. Dalry
015 [Situation] About 3/8 miles N.W. by W. [North West by West] of Knocknalling.
A range of rocks almost perpendicular at the S. [South] East end. It is on the Estate of Knocknalling, and it is Supposed to have taking its name from a person Called Michael. It gave rise to the name of a farm house, the ruins of which are yet visible at its North end.
KINGSTON (In Ruins) Kingston Site of William Hannay
Samuel Good
015 [Situation] About 1/4 mile N.W. [North West] of Knocknalling.
The ruins of a Cothouse on the Estate of Knocknalling. It is not Known in the locality how it got the name.

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Parish of Kells

Form 136
Page 56 Wally Stane
56 Craig Michael
55 Kingston (in ruins)

[Note] Waly Stane, A nodule of
quartz. being used by children
as a plaything .
Scott. Dicty [Scottish Dictionary]

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