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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CRAIGSHINNIE LANE Craigshinnie Lane
Craigshinnie Lane
Craigshinni[e?]
Craigshinni[e?]
Craigshein
ParK Burn
Dougal Ferguson
William Folds
Ainslies Map 1820
ModErn Valuation
Ancient Valuation
Ainslies Map 1820
023 [Situation] Running easterly passing the South Side of Glenlee Hill & South Side CraigShinnie
A Considerable Stream or burn taKing its rise on the farm of Craigenbay and running in Easterly direction (passing the farm house of Craigshinnie hence its name) It is Called "ParK Burn near its influx with Garroch Burn - - See Name List - 15 D
CRAIGSHINNIE Craigshinnie
Craigshinnie
Craigshinny
Craigshinny
Craigshein
Dougal Ferguson
Willaim Folds Ainslies Map
ModErn Valuation
Ancient Valuation
023 [Situation] Situated between the hill of Airie Bennan & that of BacK Hill of Glenlee (nearly Midway)
A Small farm house and out house[s?] all in good repair with a large farm of land attached. The property of Sir William Millar of Glenlee. -
MAGGOT HILL Maggot Hill
Maggot Hill
James Murray
Robert Shaw
023 [Situation] About 3/4 Mile E [East] by S [South] of Craigshinnie
A hill on the farm of Glenlee the Surface of which is rocky heathy pasture. probably it has tooK its Nmae from a Grub worm (which this hill Might be possessed with.) Generally Called Maggot in this locality. -

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[Page] 4 Parish of Kells
Form 136 Page
29 - Craigshinnie Lane
29 - Craigshinnie
32 - Maggot Hill
[Note] Maggot. A Kind of worm Baily['?]s Dicty, [Dictionary] (English)

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