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OS1/20/70/31

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CROOKS POW Crooks Pow
Crooks Pow
Crooks Pow
John Kirk
A Waugh
Ainslie's Map 1820
027 A considerable stream or burn having its rise on the lands of Goldielea and running in a S Easterly direction about 5 or 6 miles to its conflux with the River Nith
DALSKAIRTH HILL Tower Hill
Tower Hill
Dalskairth Hill
Dalskairth Hill
Dalskairth Hill
Dalskairth Hill
A Waugh
John Kirk
William Connell
Joseph Blunt
Joseph Welsh
William McGowan
027 A considerable eminence or hill on the lands of Dalskairth, on its summit is a stone built tower used as a [Tri--] Station and called by that party Lenticks Tower. This hill commands a good view of the surrounding country
DRUNGANS MOSS Drungans Moss
Drungans Moss
John crosbie
William Connel
027 A small portion of moss on the lands of Dalskairth but is the property of Mrs Ramsay, The greater part of the moss has been lately reclaimed

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