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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Isle Steps
Isle Steps
James Campbell
James McKinna
James Smith Farmer Nethertown By Dumfries
William Chambers Isle Steps
Ainslie's map 1820
William McGowan Architect
Thomas Thorburn Esq.
027 [Situation] 11/2 Miles S.S.W.[South South West] of Troqueer Church. A number of houses, consisting of two dwelling houses. A Smithy, and a farm house with out houses attached the whole are in good repair. The property of Mr Howat of Maybie-This place took its name from a ford in the Cargen Water where steps was put across to accommodate travellers previous to the Bridge being built.
Isle Steps Bridge
Isle Steps Bridge
James Campbell
James McKenna
James Smith Nethertown farm Dumfries
027 [Situation] Nearly 11/2 miles S.S. [South South] West of Troqueer Church. A stone and lime bridge of one arch crossing the water of Cargen. on the road from Dumfries to Carsthorn, it is a County Bridge.

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