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OS1/20/70/36

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARGENHOLM Cargenholm
Cargenholm
Cargenholm
Cargenholm
James Campbell
James McKinnie
valuation roll 1819
Mr. Joseph Welsh Provost
027 [Situation] 1 1/2 miles S.S.W. [south south west] of Troqueer Church. A neat mansion house 3 stories and offices all in good repair with a small portion of ornamental ground attached. Occupied by David Thorburn who is also the proprietor of it.
LODGE [Cargenholm] Cargenholm Lodge
Cargenholm Lodge
Cargenholm Lodge
James Campbell
James McKinnie
Mr. Joseph Welsh Provost
027 [Situation] 1 1/2 miles S.S.W. [south south west] of Troqueer Church. A porter Lodge belonging to Cargenholm from which it takes its name. Situate on the road from Dumfries to Carsthorn.
NETHERTOWN Nethertown
Nethertown
Nethertown
Nr. Town
Nethertown
James Campbell
James McKinnie
James Smith
Ainslie's Map 1820
valuation roll 1819
027 [Situation] 1 3/8 miles S. S. W. of Troqueer Church. A large and neat farm house with extensive out house and a farm of land attached. The property of mr Howie of Maybie. Occupied by James Smith

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Page 36 Parish of Troqueer.
Entry 105 on page 36 an obsevation by the recorder " It is difficult to write Lodge"

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