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OS1/20/97/10

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
RIVER CREE River Cree
River Cree
John McMillan
James Milligan
035 [Situation] Running in a S. E [South East] direction forming the boundary between the boundary between the County of Wigtown and Kirkcudbright
This River takes its rise in Ayrshire & runs in a S.E. [South East] direction taking many turns from the town of Newton Stewart to its influx with the Sea at Wigtown Bay. It is navigable for vessels of 70 tons burden to a place called Parkmaclurg & on certain occasions when loaded with lime they penetrate as far up as the place for the accommodation of the farmers of the locality. but their chief place of landing is at a Small quay in Carty Loop the tide runs up as far as the late Admiral McKerlie's.

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