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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Crae Bridge
Adam Waddle
Alexander Livingstone
031 [Situation] 1/2 mile E.N.E [East North East] from Upper Crae
A small Stone Bridge of one arch. crossing a considerable Stream which runs from Woodhall Loch to the River Dee. It is a County Bridge
Drumglass Hill
Drumglass Hill
William St. John
Alexander Livingstone
Ainslie's Map revd. [revised] 1820
031 [Situation] About 1 1/4 miles E by N [East by North] from Upper Crae.
A tolerable Sized Hill of rocky pasture on the top of which there is a Plantation called Drumglass Wood. The property of John Cunninghame Esq of Hensol
Woodhall Loch
Granoch or Woodhall Loch
Loch Grenoch
Adam Waddle
Alexander Livingstone
Ainslie's Map revd. [revised] 1820
Sinclairs Statl. Acct. [Statistical Account Vol [Volume]13 Page 642
Chalmers Caledonia Vol. [Volume] III 212
031 [Situation] In the northern part of the Parish of Balmaghie
A tolerable sized Loch about 1 1/2 miles in length and two furlongs wide. It forms the boundary between the Estates of W.K. Lawrie Esq. of Woodhall Sir Robert Abercrombie Bart. [Baronet] & John Cuningham Esq. It abounds with excellent fish of several descriptions, particularly that of the Perch

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Parish of Balmaghie

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27 Crae Bridge
28 Drumglass Hill
28 Loch Grenoch or Woodhall Loch

Creadh - (dh silent) Clay ground

Druim-ghlas - A grey ridge or height

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