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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Goat Lumps
Goat Lumps
William McMichael
John Denniston
Map of Property
029; 030 [Situation] 1 Mile NW. [North West] from Loch Grennoch
A rocky portion of land on the top of Round Fell. It was formerly much frequented by Goats, hence its name.
Cuttie Shallow Burn
Cuttie Shallow Burn
William McMichael
John Denniston
Samuel McLelland Esqr.
030 [Situation] 1½ Miles S. by W. [South by West] from Loch Gower.
A Small Burn gathering in the [lands] of Dunkitterick & Round Fell & running in a S. [South] Easterly direction to its influx with Loch Grennoch. This Burn is part of the Parish boundary between Girthon and Minnigaff. Cuttie a Scotch term for short Shallow Means not deep.

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[Page] 4
Parish of Girthon

Form 136 Page
15 Goat Lumps
16 Cuttie Shallow Burn

Cutty, Cuttie, Short etc
Jamieson's Scottish Dict. [Dictionary]

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