List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Ditchiney Wood Ditchiney Wood Samuel Carson Marthrown Mabie [Mabie]
Joseph Smith Burnside Marthrown
A plantation the N. [north] part of which is all ash and oak with a little other wood the remainder being chiefly Fir, it takes its name from a house having formerly stood in an adjoining field bearing the name of Ditchiney. it is the property of Mr. Howet of Maybie
Brickhouse Brickhouse Samuel Carson Marthrown of Maybie [Mabie]
Joseph Smith Burnside Maybie [Mabie]
A small cot house on the farm of Burnside in good repair the property of Mr. Howet of Maybie

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Kirkcudbrightshire Plan 27D Trace 8 Willian Hogan Civilian Assistant 1st Examiner March 20th [1848]

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