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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FINLAY'S BURN Finlay's Burn
Finlay's Burn
James Cannon
William McKie
023 [Situation] Running in a northerly direction passing E. [East] Side of Widow's Craig
A small Stream or Burn taKing its rise on the farm of Fintloch and running in a Northery direction to its influx with the River Ken Most probably its name has originated from a man. -
DRY COG PLANTATION Dry Cog Plantation
Dry Cog Plantation
James Cannon
William McKie
023 [Situation] About 7/8 Mile E N E [East North East] of. Airie farm house. -
A Small plantation on the farm of Fintloch the wood of which consists chiefly of Fir. Formerly a house Called Dry Cog Stood Convenient to this plantation but no trace of it is now Visible. hence the name Dry Cog Plantation -

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Parish of Kells [Page] 9
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37 - Finlay's Burn
35 - Dry Cog Plantation
[Note] Written on plan Finlay's

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