List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Craignell Island
Robert Taggart
William Folds
Ainslies Map Revd. [Revised] 1820
023 [Situation] About 7/8 Miles S W. [South West] of Upper Craigenbay
A small Island in the BlacK Water of Dee the Soil of which is chiefly arable land. On it are?] a few [T?]horns, One of which is Ca[lled] Eagle's Thorn. It is on the far[m] of Craignell hence its Name . -
EAGLE'S THORN Eagle's Thorn
Eagle's Thorn
Robert Taggart
William Folds -
023 [Situation] In the north Side of Craignell Island
A large Thorn on Craignell Island It is resorted to by Eagles in the Win[ter] Season, hence its name. -

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[Page] 24 Parish of Minnigaff
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51 - Craignell Island
51 - Eagle's Thorn

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Letters are lost in the gutter binding of both entries.

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