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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Cargen Bridge Croft
Cargen Bridge Croft
Cargen Bridge Croft
H. H Dudgeon Esq.
Alexander Waugh
Mr Pagen Curriestanes
valuation roll 1819
027 [Situation] 7/8 Mile N, by W, [North by West] of Townfoot of Carruchan
A house situated on the road side from Dumfries to Dalbeattie about 1 1/4 Mile from the former. It formerly was a farm house, but is now used as a Labourers Cottage The property of Mr Maxwell of Camp hill.
Cargen Bridge
Cargen Bridge
Cargen Bridge
Alexander Waugh
H.H. Dudgeon Esq.
Mr. Pagen Curriestanes
Ainslie's Map 1820
027 [Situation] About 1 mile N, [North] of Townfoot of Carruchan
This name applies to a number of houses all in tolerable repair, on the road side leading from Dumfries to Dalbeattie about 1/2 mile from the former. It is convenient to a Bridge crossing Cargen Water which probably give rise to its name. Its chief proprietor is Mr Maxwell of Camphill.

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Parish of Troqueer
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58 Cargen Bridge Croft
60 Cargen Bridge

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