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Lanarkshire volume 06

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/21/6/1 CADDER [parish] Cadder Parish Cadder Parish Cadder Parish Cadder Parish Cadder Parish Cadder Parish Cadder Parish Cadder Parish Estate Map N.Stirling Esq. [Esquire] A. Young. Factor Revd: [Reverend] I. Park New Statistical Account Old Statistical Account Fullarton's Gazetteer Sheriff's Returns 001; 002; 006; 007 "The name of this parish is obviously derived from the British Cadder, signifying a fortress." Chalmers' Caledonia. A parish in the North of Lanarkshire containing about 14000 acres. The principal villages in it, are Bishop-Briggs, Auchenairn, Cadder, Chryston & Moodiesburn. "The Forth & Clyde Canal runs through the parish for 5 miles in a line nearly parallel with the Kelvin. There are a number of Freestone quarries in the parish, vast quantities of whin: rock & inexhaustible Limestone" Gazetteer of Scotland.
OS1/21/6/1 Heading: County of Lanark Cadder Parish Note __ There is not any portion of the Parish of Cadder detached within any other Parish, not is there any portion of any other Parish contained within the bounds of this Parish. "It is bounded on the north by Campsie and Kirkintilloch; on the east by the New Monkland; on the south by the Old Monkland and Barony; and on the west by New Kilpatrick and Baldernock. It lies on the northern extremity of the County of Lanark, adjoining to the Counties of Dumbarton and Stirling." New Statistical Account
OS1/21/6/2 RIVER KELVIN River Kelvin Kelvin Water Estate Map W. Stirling Esqr: A Young Factor New Statistical Account Fullerton's Gazetteer Johnston's County Map 001.06 "A river which takes its rise in the parish of Kilsyth in Stirlingshire, and after a circuitous course falls into the Clyde below Glasgow." Gazetteer of Scotland This river runs along the norther boundary of the parish for about 6 miles; there are embankments on each side nearly the whole way through the parish, they were made to prevent the river, when flooded from overflowing the adjacent grounds.
OS1/21/6/3 CASTELLUM [Cadder] Watch Tower (site of) Watch Tower (site 0f) Watch Tower (site of) Tumulus or Castellum Tumulus or Castelleum Castellum Revd: I. Park James Russell Thomas Scott [Roy's] [Nil]: Antiquities Caledonia Romana Meiklam's Map of 10 miles round Glasgow 001.07 "The course of the [Wall] issued from the plantations of Cadder near a curious artificial tumulus, supposed to have been the site of a Roman Castellum or Watch Tower. This tumulus stands at a short distance from the parish church. It seems to have been of a rectangular shape, flat on the top and surrounded by a ditch. The spot it occupies is 3600 yards distant from [Bemulis] & it is by no means improbable that one of the [praetenturae] had been situated here, with which the above tumulus was perhaps connected as an exploratory Mount" Caledonia Romana This is an artificial looking mound about 18 feet high & 60 feet south of the Roman Wall. The ditch on the north & part of the east side is in good preservation. All traces on the South & West sides are totally obliterated. There is a slope, or perhaps the remains of some means of ascending the Mound, from about the centre of the East side. The mound is situated on high ground. No traces of a station like those found at Balmuildy & other forts on the line of the Wall, have ever been found about what is supposed to have been a Station or a Fort at Cadder. An extract from Roy's [Nibtery] Antiquities under the name "site of the Roman Wall Station" and from Chalmer's Caledonia under the heading "Cadder House" See also page 315 of the Caledonia Romana
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OS1/21/6/5 CADDER COTTAGE Cawder Cottage Cawder Cottage Cawder Cottage W. Stirling Esquire A. Young Factor Hugh Bogle 001.07 A Superior Cottage occupied by Hugh Bogle. The property of W. Stirling Esquire.
OS1/21/6/5 CADDER WOOD Cawder wood Cawder wood Cawder wood A. Young Factor Reverand I. park James Russell 001.07 An irregular strip of wood on the high grounds, South of Cawder [ Ho.] The Fosse of the Roman Wall runs along the north side of it for a short distance.
OS1/21/6/6 CADDER HOUSE Cawder House Cawder House Cawder House Cadder Title Deeds Mr Stirling Esquire A. Young Factor Estate Plan 001.07 The mansion house of Cawder Estate at present occupied by Mr Buchanan. Extensive pleasure grounds. food offices etc. are attached. The property of W. Stirling Esqr. __ There is an antique piece of sculpture about (8 ihches square) built into the front (or South) wall of the house. It was found in the neighbourhood of Balinuildy, "It exhibits a laurel wreath supported on either side by what is supposed to be a winged victory, each standing upon a cornucopia, which terminates in an Eagle's head, & within the wreath appear the words __ LEG Legis II Secunda AVG Augusta FEC Fecit" Caledonia Romana
OS1/21/6/6 [Page] 6 County of Lanark Cadder Parish Cadder or Cawder House - Map of 10 miles [joined] Glasgow "The name of the parish of Cadder and of the lands of Cadder appears in the charters of the 12th and 13th centuries in the constant form of Cader, and this form of the name continued for several centuries thereafter. In modern times, the name has acquired the form of Cadder, and it is sometimes called Calder. The name of this parish is, obviously, derived from the British Cader signifying a fortress: The Roman wall runs 4 1/2 miles through the northern side of the parish of Cadder and passes near the church and village. On the south side of the wall, and about a gunshot from the church, there was a Roman fort, and the remains whereof are still extant; and from this fort, the place has plainly obtained the British name of Cader." Chalmers Caledonia, Vol. [volume] 3 page 680 On some of the proprietor's carts, at "Cadder or Cawder House", the name is spelled "Cawder", on others, it is "Cadder". The same thing occurs on the carts of the miller in Cadder Village, and also on the Carts of the "Easter Cadder" Farmer [Christopher] Harrison La. Corpl. [Lance Corporal] R.E.
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OS1/21/6/8 GLASGOW BRIDGE Glasgow Bridge Glasgow Bridge Glasgow Bridge Glasgow Road Bridge Canal Company's list of bridges Estate Map James Stevenson, Road Surveyor James Milne, Canal Superintendent 001.08 The 15th Drawbridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal. Similar in construction to the others. this Bridge is by some, called the "Glasgow Road Bridge"
OS1/21/6/8 JOHNSTONE COTTAGE Johnstone Cottage Johnstone Cottage Johnstone Cottage James Milne, Canal Superintendent Valuation Roll James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.08 A neat Cottage. The property of the Forth & Clyde Canal Company
OS1/21/6/8 MEIKLEHILL Meiklehill Meiklehill Meiklehill Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young, Factor "Meikle-Great" Brockett's Glossary 001.08 A Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esquire.
OS1/21/6/9 EASTER CADDER Easter Cawder Easter Cawder Easter Cawder N. Stirling Esq. A. Young Factor Valuation Roll 001.08 A superior farm steading occupied by Thomas Scott. The property of N. Stirling Esquire
OS1/21/6/9 MANSE [parish, Cadder] Manse Manse Manse Revd: [Reverend] I. Park A. Young. Factor Valuation Roll 001.08 A superior dwelling house with offices and garden attached, occupied by the present incumbent of Cadder parish - Revd: [Reverend] I. Park
OS1/21/6/9 CROFTHEAD Crofthead Crofthead Crofthead Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young Factor 001.08 A Farm Steading. The property of N. Stirling Esq.
OS1/21/6/9 HUNGRYSIDE BRIDGE Hungryside Bridge Hungryside Bridge Hungryside Bridge Hungryside Bridge Canal Company's List of Bridges Estate Map James Milne, Canal Superintendent James Stevenson, Road Surveyor 001.08 The 16th Draw Bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal, numbering from the Forth. This bridge is similar in construction to the other Canal Bridges
OS1/21/6/9 [Page] 9 County of Lanark Cadder Parish See "Cadder House" for authorities for the proper spelling
OS1/21/6/10 TORRANCE BRIDGE Torrance Bridge Torrance Bridge Torrance Bridge James Stevenson. Road Surveyor A. Young. Factor James Noble. Schoolmaster 001.08 A good stone bridge with two arches, over the Kelvin. on the Turnpike road to Campsie. The village of Torrance (in Stirlingshire) is near the Bridge. It is a County Bridge
OS1/21/6/10 BOGTON Bogton Bogton Bogton Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young Factor 001.08 A good farm steading. The property of N. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/10 SANDY KNOWES Sandy Knowes Sandy Knowes Sandy Knowes Thomas Scott. Farmer James Russell A. Young. Factor 001.08 Conspicuous steep slopes of fine sand, used about ten years ago for making glass. The name is well known.
OS1/21/6/10 DRYFIELD Dryfield Dryfield Dryfield Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young. Factor 001.08 A good farm steading. The property of N. Stirling Esqr.
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OS1/21/6/11 EASTER BALMUILDY Easter Balmuildy Easter Balmuildy Easter Balmuildy Bemulie Balmuli Balmuldi N. Stirling Esquire A. Young. Factor John Scott Caledonia Romana 001.10 A good farm steading. The property of N. Stirling Esqr. Several things - supposed to be Roman antiquities have been found here. These consist of a hammer, shield, and iron vessel.
OS1/21/6/11 ROMAN REMAINS (Various, have been found here) [Easter Balmuildy] 001.10
OS1/21/6/11 [Page] 11 County of Lanark Cadder Parish Various Roman remains have been found here.
OS1/21/6/11 The last three modes of spelling are bracketed together.
OS1/21/6/12 BALMUILDY BRIDGE Balmuildy Bridge Balmuildy Bridge Balmuildy Bridge R. Stevenson Road Surveyor A. Young Factor J. Scott 001.10 A good stone bridge with two arches over the River Kelvin on the Turnpike Road between Glasgow & Balmore. It is a County Bridge
OS1/21/6/12 BUCHLEY Buchley Buchley Buchley Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young. Factor 001.10 A superior farm steading with good offices attached. The property of N. Stirling Esquire.
OS1/21/6/12 WESTER BALMUILDY Wester Balmuildy Wester Balmuildy Wester Balmuildy Bemuli Balulir, Balmuldi Balmuldy A. Young. Factor A. McFarlane N. Stirling Esquire. Caledonia Romana Johnston's County Map 001.10 A Farm steading. The property of N. Stirling Esquire
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OS1/21/6/12 Under "modes of spelling" the words Bemuli, Balulr and Balmudi are bracketed together.
OS1/21/6/13 ROMAN WALL STATION (Site of) [Balmuildy] 001.10
OS1/21/6/13 [Page] 13 County of Lanark Parish of Cadder (Plan 1.10.9.2) "The Roman station of Bemulie stood on a gentle acclivity overlooking the river Kelvin at a point where it formerly intersected the line of the Wall. The site of the ancient fort is traversed by the highway from Glasgow to Balmore, and occupied by a cluster of buildings called Balmulie or Balmuldie farms: perhaps this is the proper name which should now be made use of; but as it seems to be a corruption of the old designation, we prefer resisting, in this instance, the innovation of the change. Both from its size and the number of its entrenchments, this station seems to have been one of the most important in the Wall. At the present day the vestiges of its works are all to be numbered among the things that were, But hear what Gordon said of it some hundred and twenty years ago: - "On the south side of the Kelvin the great [ruins] of Bemulie begin to appear, and show it originally to have been a magnificent place. In the west end of the village are to be seen four rows of ramparts with as many ditches between them; but on the other side they are more obscure and flat. Within the area of these ditches are great foundations of stone buildings, but so embarrassed with the cottages built upon them, that one cannot form a right idea of the whole. Under the ground there are several arched vaults, as the country people inform me, with hollow squared stones by way of conduits for bringing in of water from the river Kelvin." The cottages here alluded to have disappeared equally with the vestiges of the ramparts and ditches. According to Roy the area of this station was nearly an exact square of about 450 feet, the military way passed through it, and its distance from East Kilpatrick was about 4600 yards __ a trifle more than 2 2/3 miles. The position it occupied was by no means a very strong one, but the fort was conveniently situated for protecting that part of the Wall through which the water of the Kelvin passed." Extract from "Caledonia Romana", page 311 and 312
OS1/21/6/13 Also on the page is a signature which looks like J. B. Capt. D.R.
OS1/21/6/14 Title: County of Lanark Parish of Cadder "The wall, in all probability, passed through the east part of [Simmerston], so as to fall in with the north-west angle of the fort of Bemulie, situated on the opposite bank of the river. This station, as well from its size, as from the number of its envelopes and the many vestiges of [ruinous] foundations within it, hath been one of the most considerable belonging to the wall, though the whole work is very much defaced. Its distance from New Kirkpatrick is four thousand six hundred yards __ A little way to the eastward of Bemulie, the tract of the ditch is again very visible, leading along the site and partly through the enclosures and wood of Calder__ Having crossed the brook, it issues from the enclosures near a fine, rectangular tumulus or castellum, that hath been surrounded by a ditch situated at the village of Calder__ This place being [three] thousand six hundred yards from [ ], and therefore, corresponding with what is found to be the mean distance of the several forts of the wall, hath generally been pointed out as the situation of one of the [number] __ But though it is imagined by some, that a station of the ordinary size stood on the ground now occupied by the village and Church yet as no vestiges of it remains it seems doubtful whether the castellum above mentioned, may not have been the only post on this part of the wall_ From Calder, the tract of the wall continues along the top of the bank which overloooks the plain of the Kelvin, towards Kirkintilloch, being everywhere visible, excepting about the middle of this space, where it crosses a small brook and again on its[ ] near the back mentioned place." Military Antiquities of the Romans in Britain by the late William Roy F.R.S. [ ] page [ ] (See Over [Bag ])
OS1/21/6/15 REMAINS OF THE WALL OF ANTONINUS PIUS The authorities [--] the Caledonian Wall [--] met with in the writings of the ancients are very limited in number and on that account the few we have may be considered to be valuable. The only Roman historian who refers to its original construction is Julius Capitolinus who flourished towards the middle of the 3rd century. In his life of Antoninius Pius he states, after [criticising ?] some other wars carried on by his Lieutenants that the Emperor subdued the Britons by means of his Legate Collius Hibicus, and [because ?] the barbarians to a greater distance by building another "Ispititical ?" wall across the Island. It is significant that Antoninius after Capitolinius wrote his history, this portion of his statement should be confirmed in a great measure, by the discovery along the track of that wall, of vestiges of an inscription having all the essential parts of --icus name - a name omitted by all but one of the "Scriptores Historie Auguste". This fragment was disinterred at or near Bewslie about 150 years ago and apparently found part of a votive tablet. The stone measures 17 by 10 inches and bears the following inscription P.LEG.II.A Posuit legio secunda Augusta Q.LOLLIO.VR Queiste Lollio Urbico LEG.AVG.PR.PR Legate Auguste Propretora Here is an unquestionable confirmation if such were still required that the wall which extended between the Rivers Forth and Clyde was that alluded to by Capitolinus. Antonine assured the people on the death of Adrian the 10 July A.D.138 always a [--] other good [--] the new Emperor was responsible for appropriating to the Government of the Roman Provinces the fittest officers, nor could he have chosen for the rule of Britain a more proper officer than Collius Hibicus, a man who possesses talent for peace as well as [--] for war, who most all attention was called to the Brigantes who having [raised a castle ?] were again reduced to order by him in 139 AD. He marched northward in the subsequent [--] to the Friths [t--] the tribes beyond there. This Rampart, this vast ditch, and this Military Road which accompanied both in the rearward, were constructed in the year 140AD along the course of the Stoctius which had been established AD.81. by the judicious policy of Agricola. The Second Legion, detachments from the Sixth and Twentieth legions with some auxiliaries were recorded in monumental stone to have performed those military works. The length of their [--] from Old Kilpatrick on the Clyde to Caerriden on the Forth is 39726 Roman paces (as so recorded) or about 40 Roman miles or 37 English miles. There were 19 Stations along the wall from Antoninus Potenturae [?] exclusive of the fortified posts at Caerleon and Dunglas 91 3/4 miles beyond Old Kilpatrick [--] Row went on to [--] and became [?]
OS1/21/6/15 REMAINS OF THE WALL OF ANTONINUS PIUS The authorities [--] the Caledonian Wall [--] met with in the writings of the ancients are very limited in number and on that account the few we have may be considered to be valuable. The only Roman historian who refers to its original construction is Julius Capitolinus who flourished towards the middle of the 3rd century. In his life of Antoninius Pius he states, after [criticising ?] some other wars carried on by his Lieutenants that the Emperor subdued the Britons by means of his Legate Collius Hibicus, and [because ?] the barbarians to a greater distance by building another "Ispititical ?" wall across the Island. It is significant that Antoninius after Capitolinius wrote his history, this portion of his statement should be confirmed in a great measure, by the discovery along the track of that wall, of vestiges of an inscription having all the essential parts of --icus name - a name omitted by all but one of the "Scriptores Historie Auguste". This fragment was disinterred at or near Bewslie about 150 years ago and apparently found part of a votive tablet. The stone measures 17 by 10 inches and bears the following inscription P.LEG.II.A Posuit legio secunda Augusta Q.LOLLIO.VR Queiste Lollio Urbico LEG.AVG.PR.PR Legate Auguste Propretora Here is an unquestionable confirmation if such were still required that the wall which extended between the Rivers Forth and Clyde was that alluded to by Capitolinus. Antonine assured the people on the death of Adrian the 10 July A.D.138 always a [--] other good [--] the new Emperor was responsible for appropriating to the Government of the Roman Provinces the fittest officers, nor could he have chosen for the rule of Britain a more proper officer than Collius Hibicus, a man who possesses talent for peace as well as [--] for war, who most all attention was called to the Brigantes who having [raised a castle ?] were again reduced to order by him in 139 AD. He marched northward in the subsequent [--] to the Friths [t--] the tribes beyond there. This Rampart, this vast ditch, and this Military Road which accompanied both in the rearward, were constructed in the year 140AD along the course of the Stoctius which had been established AD.81. by the judicious policy of Agricola. The Second Legion, detachments from the Sixth and Twentieth legions with some auxiliaries were recorded in monumental stone to have performed those military works. The length of their [--] from Old Kilpatrick on the Clyde to Caerriden on the Forth is 39726 Roman paces (as so recorded) or about 40 Roman miles or 37 English miles. There were 19 Stations along the wall from [--] have succumbed even to Kelvin [?] From consideration of the shallow and fordable character of the Clyde at that time it is apparent that the Romans [?] must have carried their posts and their military road to Dumbarton the Thedosiae of Dickiel [?] Bede in [--] seems to have given the Roman [--] the full [--]. Camden concurred in this by placing the wall between [--] and Dumbarton. Calculating from the stations whose remains have been plainly perceptible, the [--] [--] as between each from Old Kilpatrick to Caerriden may be stated to rather more than 2 English miles. Along these [--]were placed many Castles or Watch Towers of which only one or two were visible [?] in 1755
OS1/21/6/15 15 [right corner of header] County of Lanark Ph [Parish] of Cadder [in header] constructed Collius Hibicus AD140. adjoins II.VI. & XX Descriptive remarks compiled [--] Roy's Military Antiquities, Chalmers Caledonia & Caledonia Demond [?] JH Croft [?] R.E. [Royal Engineers][Name column] Made of turf & earth of other materials thrown promiscuously from the [--] [inserted sideways and apparently intended as the meaning of word transcribed as "Ispititical" in Description]
OS1/21/6/15 This whole page is in red ink, faded and very difficult to read. Information spills over various columns. Separate Spelling, Authority and Situation entries do not appear.
OS1/21/6/15A Plan of the Wall with linear scale. Scale of 16,000 English Feet Bemulie Fort Plan of the Fort with linear scale. [Extract] frm Roy's Plan showing the course of the Roman Wall raised along the Isthmus between the Forth and the Clyde in the Reign of Antoninus Pius, by [Lollins] Urbicus,_____
OS1/21/6/15B Image BEMULIE FORT ON 2500 SCALE
OS1/21/6/16 WALL OF ANTONINUS PIUS (Remains of) [in Cadder parish] Site of Fosse or ditch of Roman Wall Site of Fosse or ditch of Roman Wall Site of Fosse or ditch of Roman Wall Site of Fosse or ditch of Roman Wall Site of Fosse or ditch of Roman Wall Revd [Reverend]J.Park, Cadder Manse James Russell, Steward of Cawder Estate Thomas Scott, Farmer, Easter Cawder Robert Craig, Farmer, Buchley John Scott, Farmer, Balmuildy John Graham, Farmer, Somerston (Stirlingshire) 001; 002 "This great military work consisted, in the first place, of an immense fosse or ditch__ averaging about 40 feet in width by some 20 in depth__ which extended over hill & dale in one unbroken line from sea to sea. Behind the ditch, on its southern side, & within a few feet of its edge, was raised a rampart of intermingled stone & earth, strengthened by sods of turf; which measured it is supposed, about 20 feet in height & 24 in thickness at the base. This rampart or agger was surmounted by a parapet behind which ran a level platform for the accomodation of its defenders. To the southward of the whole was situated the Military Way. Along the whole line from West Kilpatrick to Carriden, there were established, it is believed, nineteen principal Stations or Forts. The mean distance between each may be stated at rather more than two English miles. Along these intervals were placed many smaller Castella or Watch Towers, of which only some two or three could be discovered in 1755" Caledonia Romana The course of the Fosse or Ditch of the Roman wall, where it enters the parish from Kirkintilloch, may be seen by a hollow appearance in the ground, varying in width & depth as shown on the Examination Traces. The remains of the Wall are few & very much defaced. The Forth & Clyde Canal crosses it twice in the parish__ at Glasgow Bridge & Cadder. From the field where it enters the parish (I.8 Traces 3 & 6) to Glasgow Bridge, a foundation resembling a causewayed road was found between 20 & 40 feet from the Fosse. A similar foundation has been found nearly the whole way through the parish. At Glasgow Bridge a Roman Lamp was found at the place marked. In a strip of plantation (I.8 Trace 4) there are some slight remains of the Wall to be seen, but much defaced. Between this & the Farm of Crofthead a Roman Well was (covered) about 20 years ago. From the Canal at the end of the Glebe to the remains of the Watch Tower, the site is not known. This part, & the portion between Cawder Wood & the west end of the slight portion of the Wall that still exists, fronting the Watch Tower, are, with the exception of Balmuildy, the only places that the site is unknown. Where it passes Cadder Wood, there are the best remains of the Rampart or Wall in the parish. The Fosse is also deepest on one side __ south. (See Caledonia Romana _ 311.315) At this place (I-10-3 & I.11-1) the Military Way is a good distance from the Fosse, & the ground between is naturally wet. In two places on this Farm the Ditch forms horseponds at the ends of fields. At Balmuildy the traces of the Fosse are lost in the field where the Fort is said to have stood. In this field a track is found resembling the soil of the Fosse in the adjacent field, when turned up by the plough. On the other side of the River Kelvin (in Stirlingshire) the point where it crosses _ going direct to Somerston Farm Steading, is known by the peculiarity of the soil. It does not, however, agree with the track in the field at Balmuildy
OS1/21/6/16 [Page] 16 Lanarkshire Cadder Parish Remains of the Wall of Antonius Pius constructed by Lollius Urbicus AD 140 Roman Legions II. VI. and XX. (all in Block Roman Capitals) [ J. B. Capt A.R.] (See over page)
OS1/21/6/17 FORTH AND CLYDE CANAL Forth and Clyde Canal Forth and Clyde Canal Forth and Clyde Canal Forth and Clyde Canal Forth and Clyde Canal James Milne, Canal Superintendent Canal Company's List of Bridges Estate Map of Canal Stat: & Histl: Gazetteer of Scotland New Statistical Account 001.11 A navigable Canal connecting the Firths of Forth & Clyde, there are 39 Draw Bridges over it, four of which are in Cadder Parish. It runs thro' [through] this parish for 5 miles.
OS1/21/6/17 MAVIS VALLEY Mavis Valley Mavis Valley Mavis Valley A. Young, Factor Revd [Reverand] J. Park James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.11 Two rows of Cottages occupied by Colliers. Built by Carron Co: [Company]. The ground is the property of Mr Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/17 WILDERNESS COTTAGE Wilderness Cottage Wilderness Cottage Wilderness Cottage A. Young, Factor James Russell Revd [Reverand] J. Park 001.11 A good Cottage on the south side of the Wilderness Plantation Built by Carron & Co: [Company] for the overseer of the Pits in the neighbourhood. The ground is the property of Mr Stirling Esqr.
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OS1/21/6/17 1. Situation - Forth and Clyde Canal, Trace 3. 2. Situation - Wilderness Cottage, Trace 4. 3. Situation - Mavis Valley, Trace 5.
OS1/21/6/18 ROOKERY PLANTATION Rookery Plantation Rookery Plantation Rookery Plantation A. Young, Factor James Russell James Noble 001.11 A strip of plantation (part mixed) extending from the banks of the Canal at Mavis Valley, to the Turnpike Road at Bishop-Briggs
OS1/21/6/18 HIGH MOSS PLANTATION High Moss Plantation High Moss Plantation High Moss Plantation Estate Map A. Young, Factor James Russell 001.11 An irregular shaped plantation growing on a Moss, & extending from the Edinburgh & Glasgow Turnpike Road to the Littlehill Farm on the east, and the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway on the South. This plantation & the Low Moss Plantation were at no very distant period connected, & commonly called the "Cadder Moss". Improvements in cultivation & a slight difference in the height of the ground have given rise to the distinction.
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OS1/21/6/20 MILITARY (Site of) [Cadder parish] Site of Military Way Site of Military Way Site of Military Way Site of Military Way Site of Military Way R. Craig. Farmer, Buchley Revd [Reverend] J. Park, Cadder Manse J. Russell, Estate Steward Thomas Scott Easter Cawder William Scott. Driffield J. Scott Balinuildy 001.11 "To the south of the Roman Wall was situated the Military Way - a regular Causewayed road about 20 feet wide - which Kept by the course of the Wall at irregular distances, approaching in some places to within a few yards, and in others receding to a considerable distance" Caledonia Romana. There are no traces of the Military Way to be seen on the Surface, except when the soil is freshly turned up, I then presents as stated by Mr J. Scott & Mr R. Craig, a reddish appearance. From 6 inches to 2 & 3 feet below the surface & from 12 to 18 feet wide, the "Causeway", as it is termed by the Farmers, is Known by the roughness of the ground & the Stones which are constantly turned up the Plough. On I.10 Traces 2 & 3, as pointed out by Mr J. Scott, the ground is rough, & Known, or termed by him as the "Casueway". From I.10 Trace 3 to I.11-1, as stated by Mr R. Craig, innumerable stones have been found at a greater distance from the Fosse than at any other place in the Ph, [Parish] the stones are Freestone generally about the size of a man's head, but flat. At this place (shown as Foundations of Wall) large Freestones have been found close to the south side of the Fosse, between which & the Military Way the ground is naturally wet, (see Cal. [Caledonia] Romana. Pages 311 & 315) on Plan I.7 Traces 5 & 6, as stated by Mr J. Russell. The usual roughness Known as the "Causeway" has been found. - In the Pastuure field between the Manse & the Canal (I.8 Trace 4), as stated by the Revd. [Reverend] Mr Park the "Causeway" is found, From this point to the end of the Ph, [Parish] all that is shewn as the Military Way has been pointed out by Mr W & J. Scott. The latter found (Trace 3 & 6 I-8) a "Causeway" 20 feet from the centre of the Fosse; & in the field adjoining, he found, 30 years ago, a regular "Causewayed" Road 36 feet in width & 200 yards in length; (at the distance of 20 links from the Fosse.) which he removed at the time. It is more probable that these have been foundations of the Wall.
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OS1/21/6/21 FARM BRIDGE Farm Bridge Farm Bridge Farm Bridge James Milne, Canal Superintendent Canal Company List of Bridges James Stevenson, Road Surveyor 001.11 A wooden Draw Bridge of light construction over the Forth & Clyde Canal. It is opened, or raised from the centre by chains connected with wheels at opposite ends of the Bridge. It is capable of bearing three tons' weight. The 18th Bridge on the Canal, numbering from the Forth.
OS1/21/6/21 HILTON Hilton Hilton Hilton Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young, Factor 001.11 A good Farm Steading with offices attached. The property of W. Stirling Esq
OS1/21/6/21 WILDERNESS PLANTATION Wilderness Plantation Wilderness Plantation Wilderness Plantation A Young, Factor James Russell James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.11 A large Plantation (mixed) extending from Hilton Farm on the east to the south of Buckley farm on the west. The property of W. Stirling Esq
OS1/21/6/21 21 [right corner of header] County of Lanark Cadder parish [in header] I.11 Trace 1 [Situation for Wilderness Plantation] I.11 Trace 2 [Situation for Hilton] I.11 Trace 2 [Situation for Farm Bridge]
OS1/21/6/22 MILL PLANTATION Mill Plantation Mill Plantation Mill Plantation A. Young, Factor James Bowman James Russell 001.11 A mixed Plantation on the side of the Canal, extending from the occupation road at Cadder Mill to the west of the Dam. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/22 JELLYHILL Jellyhill Jellyhill Jellyhill Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young, Factor 001.11 A Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/22 KIRKTON Kirkton Kirkton Kirkton Estate Map A. Young, Factor Revd. [Reverend] [J.] Park 001.11 The old town of Cadder __ a couple of rows of cottages occupied by Farm Servants etc. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/22 CHURCH [Kirkton] Church Church Church Revd. [Reverend] [J.] Park A Young, Factor James Noble Schoolmaster 001.11 The Established Church of Scotland built A.D. 1829 - 30, contains of 40 sittings, present incumbent Revd. [Reverend] [J.] Park.
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OS1/21/6/23 BEARHILL Bearhill Bearhill Bearhill Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young, Factor 001.12 A good Farm Steading, The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/23 BOGHEAD Boghead Boghead Boghead Estate Map Valuation Roll James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.12 A good Farm Steading, The property of Mark Stevenson
OS1/21/6/23 EDINBURGH AND GLASGOW RAILWAY Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway Estate Map Railway Time Table Thomas Cleghorn Station-Master, Bishop Briggs 001.12 A line of Railway between Glasgow & Edinburgh, It runs through this parish for about 4 miles.
OS1/21/6/23 LITTLEHILL Littlehill Littlehill Littlehill Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young, Factor 001.12 A good Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
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OS1/21/6/25 LOW MOSS PLANTATION Low Moss Plantation Low Moss Plantation Low Moss Plantation Low Moss Plantation A Young Factor Valuation Roll Revd. [Reverend] [J.] Park James Russell 001.12 A large mixed plantation bounded on the east side by a Moss, extending from the Edinburgh & Glasgow T.P. [Turnpike] Road to Easter Crosshill.
OS1/21/6/25 MOSS LODGE Moss Lodge Moss Lodge Moss Lodge Valuation Roll A. Young , Factor James Russell 001.12 A Lodge occupied by the Game Keeper, on the skirts of the Low Moss Plantations The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/25 EASTER CROSSHILL Easter Crosshill Easter Crosshill Easter Crosshill Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young, Factor 001.12 A good Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/25 LOCHGROG Lochgrog Lochgrog Lochgrog Estate Map Val. [Valuation] Roll A. Young, Factor 001.12 This name is derived from a large loch which once stood here. A good Farm Steading the property of W. Stirling Esqr.
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OS1/21/6/26 CADDER [village] Cadder Estate map Valuation Roll Gazetteer of Scotland A Young Factor Revd. J Park 001.12 A small hamlet in the North West of the parish containing a population of about 100. There is an Established Church, a school and a mill in this village. The Forth of Clyde Canal passes through the centre.
OS1/21/6/26 CORN MILL [Cadder] Cawder Mill Valuation Roll A Stirling Esqr. A Young Factor James Bowman 001.12 A good corn mill wrought by James Bowman. The property of Mr Stirling Esqur. Mr Stirling and his Agent adhere to Caw in Cadder throughout the Estate it being according to the Title Deeds.
OS1/21/6/26 CROFTHEAD COTTAGE Crofthead Cottage A Young Factor James Noble Schoolmaster Valuation Roll 001.12 A small cottage. The property of Mr Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/26 SCHOOL [Cadder] school Revd. J Park James Noble, schoolmaster Valuation Roll 001.12 The parochial school recently enlarged. Now capable of containing 120 pupils. James Noble Teacher
OS1/21/6/27 BLACKHILL Blackhill Estate Mpa Valuation Roll A Young Factor 001.14 A good farm steading. The property of Mr Stirling Esqur.
OS1/21/6/27 BLACKHILL COTTAGES Blackhill Cottages Mr Stirling Esqr A Young Factor James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.04 A row of cottages occupied by Pitmen, Built by Wilson & Co. The ground is the property of Mr Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/27 CADDERCUILT Caddercuilt Mr Stirling Esqr A Young Factor See Cadder House 001.14 A superior farm steading with large Offices attached. The property of Mr Stirling Esqr. See description of "Cadder House".
OS1/21/6/27 SOUTHCADDERCUILT South Caddercuilt South Caddercuilt Mr Stirling Esqr A Young Factor 001.14 An old far steading occupied by farm servants belonging to Cawdercuilt. The property of Mr Stirling Esqr. See Description of Cadder House
OS1/21/6/28 LOCHFAULD Lochfauld Lochfauld Lochfauld Estate Map Valuation Roll A.Young Factor 001.14 A good Farm Steading. The property of Mr. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/28 LOCHFAULD COTTAGES Lochfauld Cottages Lcohfauld Cottages Lochfauld Cottages A. Young, Factor James Noble Schoolmaster James Russell 001.14 A row of cottages occupied by Pitmen, Built by Carron Co. The ground is the Property of M Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/28 County of Cadder No. 21. Cadder Parish Lochfauld Extra writing under the Authorities for Spelling and encroaches over the Situation Column. "Faulds, a part of a farm so named because it is manured by folding sheep and cattle upon it." Jamieson
OS1/21/6/28 1. Situation - Lochfauld and Lochfauld Cottages - Trace 3
OS1/21/6/29 BISHOP BRIDGE Bishop Bridge Bishop Briggs Bishop Briggs Bishop - Briggs Bishop Briggs Bishop Bridge Bishop Moss Bishop Loch A Young Factor Valuation Roll Railway Time Table Post Mark Post Office Directory Revd J Park (Parish Minister) James Stevenson Road Surveyor Gazetteer of Scotland Old Stat: Account New Stat Account Monklands Map of 10 miles from Glasgow See authorities for zone 001.15 A village on the South Western skirts of the parish about 3 miles from Glasgow, containing a population of about 500 principally Pitt & Quarrymen employed in the neighborhood. The bridge from which the name is derived is a little larger than a culvert and might not be found in passing over it. There is a ? school in the village. At the east end there are a few superior villas or cottages. This name from the Railway and Post Office authorities adopting the corruption Bishop Briggs from the original Bishop's Bridge, is so generally known that it is doubtful if the original - Bishop's Bridge would be recognised on the planes.
OS1/21/6/29 BISHOP BRIDGE BURN Bishop Briggs Burn A Young Factor James Russell James Noble Brig, Breg, Bryg, to bridges 001.15 This burn rises in a field near Western Stenlake, flows by the side of fences. It is supported by several streams and drains as far as Bishop Briggs. Passing through part of the village and under the little bridge from which the village name is derived, it becomes a ford stream - bounding the Rookery Plantation, passing under the canal, through a dam in the Mill Plantation and a pond near Cadder House - until it enter the River Kelvin.
OS1/21/6/30 BEARYARDS Bearyards Bearyards Bearyards Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young Factor 001.15 A good Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/30 SOUTH CROSSHILL South Crosshill South Crosshill South Crosshill Valuation roll A. Young Factor A. Campbell Tenant 001.15 A good Farm steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/30 SCHOOL [nr South Crosshill] School School School Valuation Roll Miss J. Davidson Jmaes Noble, Schoolmaster 001.15 A Female School. The property of W. Stirling Esqr: Supported by the contributions of the pupils.
OS1/21/6/30 WEST SPRINGFIELD West Springfield West Springfield West Springfield Valuation |Roll John Clelland. Factor James Noble. Schoolmaster 001.15 A Farm Steading. The property of Mrs McCaig Clelland
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OS1/21/6/31 SPRINGWELL COTTAGE Springwell Cottage Springwell Cottage Springwell Cottage Post Office Directory Francis Brown John Clelland. Factor 001.15 A superior cottage. The property of Francis Brown.
OS1/21/6/31 LILLYBANK COTTAGE Lillybank Cottage Lillybank Cottage Lillybank Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll J. Clelland. factor 001.15 A superior cottage occupied by R. G. Balderson. The property of Mrs McGaig Clelland.
OS1/21/6/31 PARKVALE COTTAGE Parkvale Cottage Parkvale Cottage Parkvale Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll J. Park 001.15 A superior cottage. The property of John Park.
OS1/21/6/31 HEATHBANK COTTAGE Heathbank Cottage Heathbank Cottage Heathbank Cottage Valuation Roll Post Office Directory John Clelland. factor 001.15 A superior cottage at present unoccupied. The property of Mrs Williamson.
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OS1/21/6/32 BLACKMOUNT COTTAGE Blackmount Cottage Blackmount Cottage Blackmount Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll William Hamilton 001.15 A superior cottage. The property of William Hamilton.
OS1/21/6/32 ROCKBANK COTTAGE Rockbank Cottage Rockbank Cottage Rockbank Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll Robert Lang 001.15 A superior cottage. The property of Robert Lang.
OS1/21/6/32 ROSETREE COTTAGE Rosetree Cottage Rosetree Cottage Rosetree Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll John Clelland. Factor 001.15 A superior cottage. The property of Mrs McCaig Clelland.
OS1/21/6/32 LAURELBANK COTTAGE Laurel Bank Cottage Laurel Bank Cottage Laurel Bank Cottage J.W. Graham. Surgeon William Ure Postmaster Thomas Cleghorn. Stat; [station] Master 001.15 A Superior Cottage occupied by J. W. Graham. Surgeon. The property of Mrs McCaig Clelland.
OS1/21/6/32 BEECHMOUNT COTTAGE Beechmount Cottage Beechmount Cottage Beechmount Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll John Clelland. factor 001.15 A superior cottage. The property of Mrs McCaig Clelland.
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OS1/21/6/33 CROWHILL QUARRY Crowhill Quarry Crowhill Quarry Crowhill Quarry Crowhill Quarry Post Office Directory Valuation Roll G. Crookston. Overseer James Galloway 001.15 A large Freestone Quarry. The property of William Dixon of Govan Ironworks. Wrought 18 years & may yet be worked for a considerable period.
OS1/21/6/33 HUNTERSHILL QUARRY Huntershill Quarry Huntershill Quarry Huntershill Quarry Post Office Directory Valuation Roll James Galloway 001.15 An Extensive Freestone Quarry joining Crowhill Qy:[Quarry]: Wrought 15 years by Brown & Brown & Leadbetter & Govan & may be worked for as long a period. The property of J. & G. Galloway.
OS1/21/6/33 IRONSTONE PIT [Huntershill No 1] Huntershill Ironstone Pit (No 1) Huntershill Ironstone Pit (No 1) Huntershill Ironstone Pit (No 1) James Galloway Pr. [Proprietor] George Crookston, Overseer William Ure. Post master 001.15 An Ironstone Pit 65 fathoms deep & 10 years in use. Wrought by W. Dixon. The property of J. Galloway.
OS1/21/6/33 IRONSTONE PIT [Huntershill No 3] Huntershill Ironstone Pit (No 3) Huntershill Ironstone Pit (No 3) Huntershill Ironstone Pit (No 3) James Galloway George Crookston. Overseer William Ure. Post Master 001.15 An ironstone pit 80 fathoms deep and 3 years in use. Some coal is got in Nos. 1.2.3. but the greater portion is Ironstone, for which they are wrought. Wrought by W. Dixon. The property of James Galloway
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OS1/21/6/34 BISHOP MOSS Bishop's Moss Bishop's Moss Bishop's Moss James Galloway James Noble, Schoolmaster James Russell 001.15 A small tract of Heathy or Mossy ground on the Roadside to Auchenairn between Huntershill & Springfield.
OS1/21/6/34 CROWHILL Crowhill Crowhill Crowhill Valuation Roll G. Crookston Overseer James Galloway 001.15 A poor Farm steading. The property of W. Dixon
OS1/21/6/34 HUNTERSHILL HOUSE Huntershill House Huntershill House Huntershill House Post Office Directory Valuation Roll James Galloway. Pr. 001.15 A superior dwelling house occupied by the proprietor. James Galloway.
OS1/21/6/34 IRONSTONE PIT [Springfield No 2] Springfield Ironstone Pit (No2) Springfield Ironstone Pit (No2) Springfield Ironstone Pit (No2) James Galloway G. Crookston. Overseer Mr Ure Post Master 001.15 An Ironstone Pit 91 fathoms deep & 8 years in use. Wrought by W. Dixon. The property of Mrs McCaig Clelland.
OS1/21/6/34 SPRINGFIELD HOUSE Springfield House Springfield House Springfield House Post Office Directory Valuation Roll John Clelland Factor 001.15 A superior dwelling house. The property of Mrs McCaig Clelland
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OS1/21/6/35 ENDOWED SCHOOL [nr Wester Lumloch] School School School Valuation Roll James Waddell, Teacher James Noble. Schoolmaster 001.16 'In 1745, the Revd: [Reverend] James Warden, a native of this village, & Minister of the parish, bequeathed 1000 merks to the session. the interest of which is allotted to the support of a school here. In 1764 William Leachman D.D. [Doctor of Divinity], Principal of the University of Glasgow; disposed to the Session of Cadder about 1/2 an acre of ground, for a house & garden for this school, of which the Elders & Minister are Patrons. New School built 1826.' Gazetteer of Scotland
OS1/21/6/35 WESTER LUMLOCH Wester Lumloch Wester Lumloch Wester Lumloch Valuation Roll William Miller James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.16 A good Farm Steading. The property of Alexander Dick
OS1/21/6/35 EASTER LUMLOCH Easter Lumloch Easter Lumloch Easter Lumloch Valuation Roll Estate Map A. Young. Factor 001.16 A superior Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/35 AUCHENLECK WELL Auchenleck Well Auchenleck Well Auchenleck Well Archibald Craig James Russell John Whitelaw 001.16 A well on the road side possessing a continual supply of water. There is a tradition in the neighborhood that Sir W. Wallace drank out of it.
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OS1/21/6/36 AUCHENAIRN [village; also farm] Auchenairn Auchenairn Auchenairn Auchenairn Auchenairn Gazetteer of Scotland Valuation Roll W.R. Paterson Esqr: Revd. [Reverend] J. Park John Clelland factor 001.16 A populous village about the centre of the parish belonging to several proprietors & chiefly inhabited by Colliers employed in the surrounding neighborhood.
OS1/21/6/36 OLD AUCHENAIRN Old Auchenairn Old Auchenairn Old Auchenairn Old Auchenairn Old Auchenairn Gazetteer of |Scotland W.R. Paterson Esqr: Revd; [Reverend] J. park James Noble, Schoolmaster Valuation Roll 001.16 The old village, so called since Auchenairn became more thriving. The only thing remarkable here is an endowed school (Parochial)
OS1/21/6/36 AUCHENAIRN HOUSE Auchenairn House Auchenairn House Auchenairn House Valuation Roll W.R. Paterson Esqr: John Leslie 001.16 The old mansion house of Auchenairn, now used as a Farm Steading & occupied by J. Leslie. The property of W.R. Paterson Esqr:
OS1/21/6/36 AUCHENAIRN Auchenairn Auchenairn Auchenairn Valuation Roll David Jackson James Noble, Schoolmaster A good Farm Steading occupied by David Jackson. The property of Patrick Scott
OS1/21/6/36 [page] 36 County of Lanark -- Cadder Parish 'Auchan, Acharn. A species of pear' Jamieson
OS1/21/6/37 RUSHYHILL Rushyhill Rushyhill Rushyhill Estate Map Valuation Roll A. Young, Factor 001.16 A good Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/37 EAST SPRINGFIELD East Springfield East Springfield East Springfield Valuation Roll John Clelland. Factor Revd; [Reverend] J. Park 001.16 A good Farm Steading. The property of Mrrs McCaig Clelland.
OS1/21/6/37 FIRPARK Firpark Firpark Firpark W.R. Paterson Esqr Revd: [Reverend] J. Park James Noble Schoolmaster 001.16 This name applies to two houses occupied by Farm Servants&c. The property of W.R. Paterson Esqr;
OS1/21/6/37 DRUMBOTIE Drumbotie Drumbotie Drumbotie W.R. Paterson Esqr: Revd; [Reverend] J. Park James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.16 A good farm Steading. The property of W. R. Paterson Esqr:
OS1/21/6/37 LITTLEHILL Littlehill Littlehill Littlehill Valuation Roll Meikleham's map 10 miles round Glasgow William Davidson Pr. [Proprietor] 001.16 A good Farm Steading occupied by the proprietor William Davidson
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OS1/21/6/38 MYRIEMAILING Myriemailing Myriemailing Myriemailing Valuation Roll Revd. [Reverend] J. Park James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.16 A good Farm steading, The property of William Scott.
OS1/21/6/38 SOUTH MYRIEMAILING South Myriemailing South Myriemailing South Myriemailing Alexander Campbell William Nelson James Noble, Schoolmaster 001.16 Cottages occupied by Colliers & Farm Servants. The property of Alexander Campbell.
OS1/21/6/38 WOODHILL Woodhill Woodhill Woodhill Valuation Roll James Jarvis Pr. [Proprietor] James Noble. Schoolmaster 001.16 This name applies to a Farm Steading & a Cottage, both the property of James Jarvis.
OS1/21/6/38 CLADDENS Claddens Claddens Claddens Valuation Roll Meikleham's map 10 miles round Glasgow William Neilson 001.16 A good Farm Steading. The property of William Neilson.
OS1/21/6/38 WESTERHILL Westerhill Westerhill Westerhill Valuation Roll Estate Map A. Young. Factor 001.16 A good Farm steading occupied by Mrs. J. Nesbit. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/38 [page] 38 County of Lanark -- Cadder parish 'Mire,- Mud, dirt moistened - with rain or water.' Barclay 'Mailin, Mailing, Maling.- A farm, from Mail, because it is vented,' Jamieson
OS1/21/6/39 ROBROYSTON MAINS Robroyston Mains Robroyston Mains Robroyston Mains Forest's Co. [County] Map John Scott Factor Archibald Craig 001.16 A good Farm Steading the property of A. G. Lamont Esqr: This Farm Ho. [House] is about 4 chains west from the site of the Barn in which Wallace was taken.
OS1/21/6/39 ROBROYSTON HOUSE Robroyston House Robroyston House Robroyston House Robroyston House Forest's Co. [County] Map John Scott Factor William Hannah Archibald Craig 001.16 The Mansion House of the Robroyston Estate occupied by William Hannah. The property of A. G. Lamont Esqr- This house is evidently old. but the date is not known by the proprietor. There is a square stone built into the front wall, looking towards the south, which is supposed to be the date: it is so defaced {apparently by time} that it is impossible to decipher it. Ther eis however, the date 1623 on the Sun Dial near the front door. An addition was put to the west end of the house about 8 years ago. In the old part, the walls are from 4 to 5 feet thich. There is an antique looking little room on the upper story looking towards the offices, which a tradition says is the place where Wallace was taken. The house does not appear to be old enough for that. Nor is the tradition relied upon by any authority on the subject.
OS1/21/6/39 [page] 39 County of Lanark -- Cadder Parish [ Note regarding apprehension of Wallace continued from page 40] and that they had listened to him on condition of immediate surrender, but that if he did not instantly comply the house would soon be in flames about him. These and other arguments were urged with all the seeming sincerity of friendship and our patriot, confunding his early accollections[?], and the private understanding that subsisted between them, allowed himself to be conducted to Dumbarton Castle. On the morrow, however, no Monteith appeared to exert his influence, in order to prevent the unfortunate hero from being carried from the fortress; and strongly fettered, and guarded by a powerful escort under the command of Robert de Clifford and Aymer de Vallance, he was hurried to the South, by the line of road least exposed to the chance of rescue.' Fullarton's Gazetteer in Gold. P.[page] 180.
OS1/21/6/40 BARN where Sir William Wallace was betrayed (Site of) [Robroyston] Site of Barn {where William Wallace was betrayed} Site of Barn {where William Wallace was betrayed} George Wise John Graham Archibald Craig 001.16 'At Robroystone, in this parish, on the 11th September 1303. Sir William Wallace was betrayed & apprehended by Sir J. Monteith. An oaken couple or joist, which made part of the Barn in which the Scotch hero was taken, is still to be seen in the neighborhood, & may yet last for ages.' Old Statistical Account. The Barn, as stated by G. Wise and J. Graham who remember it standing, was taken down about 30 years ago. It was 20 feet long by about 14 wide. It was built with the ends towards the North and South. It stood about 30 feet from the parish road, inside the gate leading to Robroyston House, near the end of the present offices which were built at the time: the stones of the Barn being used for the building. About the time the barn was taken down, the then proprietor of Robroyston {Mr Lamont} had a cair made of the wood work which, he afterwards presented to the Antiquarians Society in Edinburgh.
OS1/21/6/40 'At Robroystone, in this parish, Sir William Wallace was betrayed & apprehended by Sir John Monteith. After he was overpowered, and before his hands were bound it is said he threw his sword into Robroystone Loch. The circumstances of his apprehension are thus related by William Carrick in his Life of the Hero:- ' On the night of the 5th August 1305, Sir William and his faithful friend Kerle, accompanied by the youth aforementioned: had betaken themselves to their lonely retreat at Robroystone; to which place their steps had been watched by a spy, who as soon as he had observed them enter, returned to his employers. At the dead hour of the night while the two friends lay fast asleep, the youth whose turn it was to watch, cautiously removed the bugle from the neck of Wallace, and conveyed it, along with his arms through an aperture in the wall; then slowly opening the door, two men at arms silently entered, and seizing upone Krle, hurried him from the apartment, and instantly put him to death. Wallace awakened by the noise, started to his feet and, missing his weapons became sensible of his danger, but grasping a large piece of aok which had been used for a seat, he struck two of his assailants dead on the spot and drove the rest headlong before him. Seeing the fury to which he was roused, and the difficulty they would have in taking him alive, Monteith now advanced to the aperture and represented to him the folly of resistance, as the English, he said, having heard of his place of resort, and of the plans he had in contemplation, were collected in too large a force to be withstood; and if he would accompany him a prisoner to Dumbarton, he would undertake for the safety of his person:- that all the English wished was to secure the peace of the country, and to be free from his molestations;- adding, that if he consented to go with him, he should live in his own house in the castle, and he, Monteith alone should be his keeper;- and even now, he would willingly sacrifice his life in his defence; but that his attendants were too few, and too ill- appointed to have any chance of success in contending with the English. He concluded by assuring Wallace, that he had followed in order to use his influence with his enemies in his behalf, and
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OS1/21/6/41 BELLFIELD PRINTWORKS Bellfield Print Works Bellfield Print Works Bellfield Print Works Bellfield Print Works Valuation Roll Duncan McNee overseer James Noble, Schoolmaster John Muir 002.05 A Plaid & Shawl Block printing Factory, employing about 150 hands, wrought by McNee & Co. The property of P. Stirling.
OS1/21/6/41 PARK BURN Park Burn Park Burn Park Burn Estate Map A. Young, Factor James Russell 002.05 A Burn which rises near Boghead from a Loch (Lochgrog) which has been drained, and flows along the parish Boundary, passing under the Canal, into the River Kelvin.
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OS1/21/6/43 CAMPSIE JUNCTION STATION Campsie Junction Station Campsie Junction Station Campsie Junction Station Railway Time Table John Brock Stat: [Station] Master Thomas Cleghorn 002.09 A Station on the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway, connecting the Campsie Branch Section.
OS1/21/6/43 ROSEBANK COTTAGE Rosebank Cottage Rosebank Cottage Rosebank Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll James Kirkland 002.09 A superior cottage. The property of James Kirkland.
OS1/21/6/43 GLENBANK COTTAGE Glenbank Cottage Glenbank Cottage Glenbank Cottage Valuation Roll James Marshall James Noble 002.09 A superior Cottage. The property of James Marshall.
OS1/21/6/43 LARKFIELD COTTAGE Larkfield Cottage Larkfield Cottage Larkfield Cottage Post Office Directory Valuation Roll William Bryden 002.09 A superior Cottage. The property of William Bryden.
OS1/21/6/43 GLENBANK Glenbank Glenbank Glenbank Property Plan Valuation Roll A. Walker 002.09 A superior Cottage, occupied by Mr. Virtue. The property of the heirs of Cars's.
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OS1/21/6/44 MILLARSNEUK Millarsneuck Millarsneuck Millarsneuck Valuation Roll William Bankier, Trustee David Calder, Farmer "Neuk. A Corner" - Jamieson 002.09 A good Farm Steading. The property of the heirs of Millar.
OS1/21/6/44 CLADDENS Claddens Claddens Claddens William Johnstone, Factor John Johnstone Valuation Roll 002.09 A good Farm steading. The property of the heirs of Beveridge
OS1/21/6/44 CLADDENS HOUSE Claddens House Claddens House Claddens House William Johnstone Factor James Noble Valuation Roll 002.09 A superior dwelling house, occupied by William Johnstone, Factor. The property of the heirs of Beveridge.
OS1/21/6/44 LOCH [a farm] Loch Loch Loch Valuation Roll Estate Map A. Young. Factor 002.09 A good Farm steading, formerly a distillery. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/44 SOUTH LOCH South Loch South Loch South Loch A. Young. Factor Mrs Alexander W. Stirling Esqr. 002.09 A good Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
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OS1/21/6/45 AUCHINLOCH Auchinloch Auchinloch Auchinloch Auchinloch Gazetteer of Scotland Meikjleham's 10 mile map round Glasgow Robert Martin Factor James Marshall 002.09 A small village in the north of the parish divided among different proprietors & chiefly occupied by weavers. Pop:[Population] about 150. The name is derived from an extensive loch, now drained, at the lower extremity of which it stands. The only thing remarkable about this village is an endowed school
OS1/21/6/45 ENDOWED SCHOOL[Auchinloch] School School School School Valuation Roll Rev'd: [Reverend] J. Park James Noble Donald McDonald. Teacher This school occupies one of a Row of Cottages near the centre of the Village. There is a stone slab built into a wall facing the street, on which are cut the following words. 'Patrick Baird in Auchinloch Marcht [Merchant] traveller to England, mortified to this charity school, in this place of his nativity, the sum of three hundred & twenty pounds sterling money. and also appointed a charity sermon to be preached at this place, about the 25th of december yearly. He died Oct; [October] 20th. 1743 Aged 70 years. Built in the year 1745 John Baird Portionr [Prtioner] in Auchinloch give the ground to build this house, at the desire of the deceased Patrick Baird his Uncle. He gave also a yard' 'All the heritors possessed of a Ploughgate of land in the parish are patrons to the school.' Gazetteer of Scotland
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OS1/21/6/45 Entry for this village added. Wrongly entered on next page OSI/21/6/46 Entry for Endowed School Auchinloch added here. Was wrongly entered on next page OSI/21/6/46 % other entries deleted from this page and entered on page OSI/21/6/46
OS1/21/6/46 LOCHSIDE Lochside Lochside Lochside W. Stirling Esqr. A Young Factor James Noble Schoolmaster 002.09 A few cottages occupied by Farm Servants. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/46 GLENHEAD Glenhead Glenhead Glenhead Property Plan Valuation Roll Alexander Walker. Tenant 002.09 A Superior Farm Steading. The property of the heirs of Quis's [?]
OS1/21/6/46 EAST GADLOCH East Gadloch East Gadloch East Gadloch W. Stirling Esqr A. Young Factor Robert Buchanan, Farmer A Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr.
OS1/21/6/46 MID AUCHINLOCH Mid Auchinloch Mid Auchinloch Mid Auchinloch John Scott Pr. [Proprietor] James Marshall John Noble. Schoolmaster 002.09 A farm steading the property of J Scott.
OS1/21/6/46 WEST AUCHINLOCH West Auchinloch West Auchinloch West Auchinloch James Marshall Pr. [Proprietor] Valuation Roll James Noble. Schoolmaster 002.09 A good farm steading called in the neighborhood West Quarter The proprietor { J. Marshall} prefers West Auchinloch.
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OS1/21/6/47 EAST CLADDENS East Claddens East Claddens East Claddens John Scott Pr. [Proprietor] William Johnstone John Angus 002.10 An old Farm steading occupied by weavers. The property of J. Scott
OS1/21/6/47 CRAIGENBAY Craigenbay Craigenbay Craigenbay John Johnstone Pr. [Proprietor] William Johnstone John Angus 002.10 An old steading now occupied by laborers in the employ of Pr. [Proprietor] J. Johnstone.
OS1/21/6/47 WEST MUCKCROFT West Muckcroft West Muckcroft West Muckcroft Forest's Co. [County] Map Valuation Roll John Johnstone Pr. [Proprietor] 002.10 A good Farm steading occupied by the proprietor J. Johnstone.
OS1/21/6/47 NORTH BURNBRAE North Burnbrae North Burnbrae North Burnbrae John Scott Pr. [Proprietor] William Buchanan John Johnstone 002.11 An old steading almost in ruins occupied by a laborer. The property of J. Scott.
OS1/21/6/47 EAST MUCKCROFT East Muckcroft East Muckcroft East Muckcroft Meikleham's Map 10 miles round Glasgow William Bankier. Agent William Buchanan 002.10 A good farm steading. The property of Alexander Denniston.
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OS1/21/6/48 EAST AUCHINLOCH East Auchinloch East Auchinloch East Auchinloch Valuation Roll P. Jackson Meikleham's Map 10 miles round Glasgow 002.10 A good Farm Steading occupied by P. Jackson. The property of the heirs of John Rennie.
OS1/21/6/48 BLACKLANDS Blacklands Blacklands Blacklands Estate Map Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr 002.10 A good farm steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/48 NETHERHOUSE Netherhouse Netherhouse Netherhouse Estate Map Valuation Roll M. Sprott. Esqr 002.11 A poor Farm steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/48 DAVIDSTON Davidston Davidston Davidston Matthew Gray James Shearer. Factor Meikleham's Map 10 mile round Glasgow 002.10 An old mansion with the date 1747 cut in stone in the front. Now used as a Farm Ho [House]. The property of W. Sallets
OS1/21/6/48 KNOCKMILLY Knockmilly Knockmilly Knockmilly Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map 10 miles round Glasgow Matthew Grey 002.10 A house belonging to the Davidston Farm occupied by laborers. The property of Matthew Grey.
OS1/21/6/48 [Page] 48 County of Lanark -- Cadder Parish Note: "Knock. A hill; a knoll." - "A wooden instrument, flat on both sides used for beating yarn, webs, etc. - Jamieson"
OS1/21/6/49 CLOSSFOOT Clossfoot Clossfoot Clossfoot James Shearer, Factor Matthew Grey Valuation Roll 002.10 An old farm steading in bad repair belonging to the farm of Davidston. The property of Matthew Gray.
OS1/21/6/49 BURNBRAE Burnbrae Burnbrae Burnbrae Valuation Roll James Buchanan James Gray 002.10 A good farm steading. The property of James Buchanan.
OS1/21/6/49 AUCHINGIECH Auchingiech Auchengiech Auchengiech Alexander Cruikshanks William Mathews Road Surveyor Revd; [Reverend] J. Park 002.10 A superior farm steading. The property of J. Gray
OS1/21/6/49 HILL OF CHRYSTON Hill of Chryston Hill of Chryston Hill of Chryston Robert Kaye Pr [proprietor] James Gilmour A. Milne Esqr: 002.10 A Farm steading. The property of Robert Kaye.
OS1/21/6/49 [Page} 49 County of Lanark -- Cadder Parish 'Auchan. Achan, A species of fear [?]' Gie, To give, is often used followed by the prep. [preposition] in or on
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OS1/21/6/51 PETTY'S PLANTATION Petty's Plantation Petty's Plantation Petty's Plantation A Milne Esqr: J. McLoud William Forgie 002.11 A Fir Plantation near Hillhead. This name is derived from the person who planted it, & is well known.
OS1/21/6/51 PLEAKNOWES Pleaknowes Pleaknowes Pleaknowes Property Plan Valuation Roll A Milne Esqr: 002.11 A Milk Farm. The property of A Milne Esqr.
OS1/21/6/51 LAVEROCKHALL Laverockhall Laverockhall Laverockhall Valuation Roll T. C. Christie Esqr: A Milne Esqr: "Laverock, Lauerock, The lark", Jamieson. 002.11 A poor Cot almost in ruins, The property of T. C. Christie Esqr:
OS1/21/6/51 LANGDALE Langdale Langdale Langdale Valuation Roll Estate Map T. C. Christie Esqr 002.11 A poor dwelling house occupied by different families The property of T. C. Christie Esqr
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OS1/21/6/52 MONKLAND AND KIRKINTILLOCH RAILWAY Monkland Railway (Kirkintilloch Branch) Monkland Railway (Kirkintilloch Branch) Monkland Railway (Kirkintilloch Branch) Monkland Railway (Kirkintilloch Branch) "Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway" James Cochrane Esqr: William Rowat Stat:[Station] Keeper Robert Kaye Esqr: A. Milne Esqr: See Name Sheets of "Airdrie" 1/500 scale 002.11 A line of Railway between Airdrie & Kirktintilloch used for carriage of minerals. There is no Telegraph on this line, & nearly a mile of it has only Single Rails. Formerly, this line was called the "Monkland & Kirkintilloch Railway" & until about 1846 carried passengers. In 1848, the "Monkland & Kirktintilloch Railway", the "Ballochney Ry [Railway]", & the "Slamannan Railway", were amalgamated under the title of the "Monkland Railways," which title now applies to the whole system. This Railway does not appear in the Time Tables.
OS1/21/6/52 GARTFERRY MAINS Gartferry Mains Gartferry Mains Gartferry Mains Property Plan Valuation Roll A. Milne Esqr: 002.11 A good Farm Steading. The property of A Milne Esqr.
OS1/21/6/52 HILLHEAD Hillhead Hillhead Hillhead Property Plan Valuation Roll A. Milne Esqr: 002.11 A Thatched house occupied by a Weaver, The property of A Milne Esqr:
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OS1/21/6/53 STONEYETTS (Ruin) Stoneyetts (in Ruins) Stoneyetts (in Ruins) Stoneyetts (in Ruins) William Bankier. Agent D. Buchanan W. Buchanan 002.11 A Ruin on East Muckcroft Farm. The property of A. Denniston.
OS1/21/6/53 OLD BARS (Ruin) Old Bars (in Ruins) Old Bars (in Ruins) Old Bars (in Ruins) A. Milne Esqr J. Provan D. Buchanan "Bar. The grain called - barley." "Bar. To play at bar; a species of ancient game in Scotland." Jamieson 002.11 A Ruin on Gartferry Mains Farm The property of A Milne Esqr.
OS1/21/6/53 BARS Bars Bars Bars William Bankier. Agent D. Buchanan Meikleham's Map round Glasgow 002.11 A Farm Steading occupied by Farm Servants. The property of A. Denniston.
OS1/21/6/53 MOLLINS Mollins Mollins Mollins Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map round Glasgow T. C. Christie Esqr. 002.11 A good Farm Steading. The property of T. C. Christie Esqr.
OS1/21/6/53 LUGGIE WATER Luggie Water Luggie Water Luggie Water Luggie Water Forest's Co. [County] Map John Lang William Mather, Road Surveyor Gazetteer of Scotland 002.11 A Rivulet which rises near the S. [South] Eastern extremity of Cumbernaud parish in Dumbarton: & flows along the Boundary between Lanark; & Dumbarton: into Kirkintilloch parish, [--te-ing] the Kelvin near the Town. It runs along the N. [North] Eastern By [Boundary] of Cadder parish for about ¾ of a mile. "Excepting for a brief space in Kirkintilloch, it is a dull stream, sluggish in its motion, & ditch like in its banks." Gazetteer of Scotland
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OS1/21/6/54 BRIDGEND Bridgend Bridgend Bridgend Bridgend Forest's Co [County] Map Robert Kaye William Mather Alexander Cruickshanks 002.11 A Hamlet occupied chiefly by Millers. The Monkland & Kirkintilloch [---] Railway passes close by. There is a Station here for goods.
OS1/21/6/54 FLOUR MILL [Bridgend] Bridgend Mill (Flour) Bridgend Mill (Flour) Bridgend Mill (Flour) A Cruickshanks Pr [Proprietor] W. Mather Robert Kaye 002.11 A large Mill employing about 20 men wrought by the proprietor Alexander Cruickshanks.
OS1/21/6/54 MEADOWHEAD (Ruin) Meadowhead (in Ruins) Meadowhead (in Ruins) Meadowhead (in Ruins) Valuation Roll Property Plan Alexander Milne. Esqr. 002.11 An old Farm house now in Ruin The property of A Milne Esqr.
OS1/21/6/54 GARTFERRY HOUSE Gartferry House Gartferry House Gartferry House Property Plan Valuation Roll A. Milne Esqr 002.11 A superior dwelling house with Offices attached. The property of A Milne Esqr:
OS1/21/6/54 GLENPARK COTTAGE Glenpark Cottage Glenpark Cottage Glenpark Cottage Valuation Roll A. Milne. Esqr: A. Miller 002.11 A neat Thatched cottage used for Farm purposes. The property of A Milne Esqr.
OS1/21/6/54 GOODS STATION [Bridgend] Bridgend Station Bridgend Station Bridgend Station James Cochrane Esqr: Supdt: [Superintendent] William Rowat Stat: [Station] Master W. Mather, Road Surveyor 002.11 A Goods Station on the Kirkintilloch Branch of the Monkland Railway. The only Station in the parish on this line.
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OS1/21/6/55 MOLLIN CRAIGS Mollin Craigs Mollin Craigs Mollin Craigs Mollin Craigs T. C. Christie Esqr. John Drummond William Jack John Lang 002.12 Ridges of Rocks on elevated ground, with loose bolder like pieces scattered on the top & bottom of the Craigs. There is also scattered broom on the top. Situated between Mollins Farm & the Village.
OS1/21/6/55 SCHOOL [nr Bridgend] School School School Valuation Roll James Noble J. E. Drumleck Teacher 002.12 A small school house, supported by subscription & supervised by the parochial authorities. Teacher J. E Drumleck.
OS1/21/6/55 ADAMSWELL Adamswell Adamswell Adamswell Valuation Roll Meiklehams Map William McLean 002.12 A poor Farm Steading. The property of William McLean
OS1/21/6/55 MOLLINHILLHEAD Mollinhillhead Mollinhillhead Mollinhillhead Valuation Roll Forests Co: [County] Map Alexander Cruickshanks 002.12 A Farm Steading occupied by Farm Laborers. Feued off T. C. Christie's property.
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OS1/21/6/56 MY LORD'S BRIDGE My Lord's Bridge My Lord's Bridge My Lord's Bridge My Lord's Bridge T. C. Christie Esqr: William Jack John Duncan W. Mather. Road Surveyor 002.12 A Bridge over the Luggie Water on the Turnpike Road to Kirkintilloch. there are two arches to it, one, large enough for the ordinary flow of the Luggie: the other, a small one for Floods. The West half of the Bridge is said to have been built by one of the Earls of Kilmarnock, at what date is not known. The ruins of an ancient quadraugular Tower, once a strength of the Boyds of Kilmarnock is near (about ¼ mile) the Bridge, in Kirkintilloch parish. The division between the old & the new part of the Bridge can be seen from the side of the water. There were no battlements to it until about 30 years ago. The name is well known, except to the Surveyor of this road, who has but recently got charge of it. It is a Co [County] Bridge.
OS1/21/6/56 MOLLINBURN Mollinburn Mollinburn Mollinburn Mollinburn Mollinburn Mollinsburn Forest's Co: [County] Map Valuation Roll Gazetteer of Scotland T. C. Christie Esqr: Revd: [Reverend] J. Park Meikleham's Map round Glasgow 002.12 A small village on the N. E. [North East] boundary of the parish chiefly occupied by Weavers. There is a School, an Inn & a Smithy here. The property of several small proprietors. This village is often called Mollinsburn, it is however incorrect as the name is derived from a Gaelic word, Mola - a Mill, from a Mill which stood on the banks of the burn near the farm of Mollins. The course of the burn was altered to that which is shewn on Trace as the "Mollin Burn".
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OS1/21/6/57 AUCHENLECK Auchenleck Auchenleck Auchenleck Valuation Roll Forest's Co. [County] Map of Lanarkshire John Scott, Factor 002.13 A good Farm Steading. The property of A. G. Lamont Esqr:
OS1/21/6/57 CARDYKE Cardyke Cardyke Cardyke Valuation Roll Forest's Co [County] Map of Lanarkshire A. Young, Factor 002.13 A Farm Steading. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/57 AUCHENGREE Auchengree Auchengree Auchengree Valuation Roll Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr: "Auchan, Achan" - "Gree", Tinge; dye; Juice for staining; [--] step" Jamieson 002.13 A good Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/57 HORNSHILL Hornshill Hornshill Hornshill Valuation Roll Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr. 002.13 A good Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/57 [page] 57 County of Lanark -- Cadder Parish "Auchan, Achan, A species of pearl" Leck, To leak;" the name given to any stone that stands a strong fire" Jamieson
OS1/21/6/58 PARKHILLHEAD Parkhillhead Parkhillhead Parkhillhead Valuation Roll Meikleham's 10 Mile Map round Glasgow A. Young. Factor 002.13 A good Farm Steading. The prop;erty of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/58 CARDYKE PLANTATION Cardyke Plantation Cardyke Plantation Cardyke Plantation A. Young. Factor James Russell John Buchanan 002.13 A Young Plantation on a Moss between Parkhillhead & Langmuirhead. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/58 LANGMUIRHEAD Langmuirhead Langmuirhead Langmuirhead Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map round Glasgow A. Young, Factor 002.13 A Farm Steading. The propery of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/58 CARDARRACH MAINS Cardarrach Mains Cardarrach Mains Cardarrach Mains Valuation Roll A. Young. Factor James Russell 002.13 Old Houses, originally a Mansion, Now almost a Ruin & occupied by Farm Servants. There is a date 1625 on the larger house near the ruin, & 1765 on the other. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
OS1/21/6/58 CARDARRACH HILLHEAD Cardarrach Hillhead Cardarrach Hillhead Cardarrach Hillhead A. Young. Factor James Noble James Russell 002.13 An old Steading partly in ruins, occupied by Farm servants etc. The property of W. Stirling Esqr:
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OS1/21/6/59 NORTH BROOMKNOWES North Broomknowes North Broomknowes North Broomknowes Valuation Roll James Provan William Hill 002.14 A row of dwelling houses, occupied by poor people. The Property of J. Provan.
OS1/21/6/59 MID BROOMKNOWES Mid Broomknowes Mid Broomknowes Mid Broomknowes Valuation Roll William Hill James Provan 002.14 A Farm Steading occupied by the proprietor William Hill. About 16 Years ago, some Urns containing calcined remains were found 2ft: [feet] below the surface on a hillock about 4 chains west of Mid Broomknowes.
OS1/21/6/59 URNS CONTAINING HUMAN BONES FOUND HERE [Mid Broomknowes] Mid Broomknowes Valuation Roll William Hill James Provan 002.14 About 16 Years ago, some Urns containing calcined remains were found 2ft: [feet] below the surface on a hillock about 4 chains west of Mid Broomknowes.
OS1/21/6/59 SOUTH BROOMKNOWES South Broomknowes South Broomknowes South Broomknowes Valuation Roll James Strong James Provan 002.14 A row of cottages occupied by Weavers & Farm Servants, The property of James Strong.
OS1/21/6/59 CULT BURN Cult Burn Cult Burn Cult Burn Cult Burn Forest's Co: [County] Map Archibald Campbell John Angus M. Sprott Esqr: 002.14 A Burn which rises in a Moss between Cardarrach Hillhead & Langmuirhead, & flows by Auchinloch towards the Northern boundary of the parish, part of which it forms until it enters the Buthlin Burn.
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OS1/21/6/60 ARRONHILL Arronhill Arronhill Arronhill Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr: James Quail 002.14 A small Farm Steading in bad repair. The property of M Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/60 ARRONHILL PLANTATION Arronhill Plantation Arronhill Plantation Arronhill Plantation M. Sprott William McClure - Gamekeeper Andrew Gibson 002.14 A Young, Mixed Plantation on elevated ground between Arronhill Farm & Drumsack Plantation. Property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/60 DRUMSACK PLANTATION Drumsack Plantation Drumsack Plantation Drumsack Plantation M. Sprott Esqr William McClure James Quail 002.14 A Young Plantation between Drumsack & Arronhill Plantation
OS1/21/6/60 PEATHILL Peathill Peathill Peathill Estate Map Valuation Roll M Sprott Esqr: 002.14 A Farm Steading. The property of M Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/60 DRUMSACK Drumsack Drumsack Drumsack Estate Map Valuation Roll M Sprott Esqr: 002.14 A Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr:
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OS1/21/6/61 FREE CHURCH MANSE [Chryston] Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Valuation Roll Revd: [Reverend] William Barnet Revd: [Reverend] J McLeod 002.14 A superior dwelling house, occupied by the present incumbent of the Free Church - Revd: [Reverend] William Barnet
OS1/21/6/61 SCHOOL [Chryston] School School School School Valuation Roll Revd: [Reverend] J. Park Revd: [Reverend] J. McLeod Fullarton's Gazeteer [crossed out] 002.14 A Female School built in 1839, at present unoccupied. This school when open is supported by Subscriptions & is under the control of the Established Church Minister.
OS1/21/6/61 MANSE [Q.S., Chryston] Manse Manse Manse Valuation Roll Revd: [Reverend] J. McLeod Revd: [Reverend] J. Park 002.14 A superior dwelling house occupied by the present incumbent of the quoad Sacra Church of Chryston - Revd: [Reverend] J. McLeod.
OS1/21/6/61 GLEN COTTAGE Glen Cottage Glen Cottage Glen Cottage Valuation Roll Mr. Caffrey M. Sprott Esqr. 002.14 A Superior Cottage occupied by Mr Caffrey. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/61 GARNKIRK BURN Garnkirk Burn Garnkirk Burn Garmkirk Burn M. Sprott Esqr William McClure Andrew Gibson 002.14 A Burn which rises from the drains of Robroystone Beck & flowing by Garnkirk House enters the Bathlin Burn near Burnbrae.
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OS1/21/6/62 LINDSAYBEG Lindsaybeg Lindsaybeg Lindsaybeg Valuation Roll Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr. 002.14 A Farm Steading in bad repair. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/62 LANGRIG Langrigg Langrigg Langrigg William Bankier. Trustee Arhibald Campbell M. Sprott. Esqr. 002.14 A Farm Steading the property of Alexander Denniston Esqr.
OS1/21/6/62 BERRYKNOWE Berryknowe Berryknowe Berryknowe Estate Map Valuation Roll M. Sprott. Esqr. 002.14 A Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/62 FREE CHURCH [Chryston] Free Church Free Church Free Church Valuation Roll Revd: [Reverend] William Barnet James Yuill 002.14 A good stone building at the west end of the village, built in 1846 capable of containing a congregation of about 500: present incumbent - Revd: [Reverend] W. Barnet.
OS1/21/6/62 SCHOOL [Chryston, Free Church] School School School Valuation Roll Revd: [Reverend] W. Barnet James Yuill. Teacher 002.14 The Free Church School built about the same time as the Church beside it. Capable of containing about 250 scholars - James Yuill. Teacher.
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OS1/21/6/63 WOODSIDE COTTAGE Woodside Cottage Woodside Cottage Woodside Cottage Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr: Samuel Wilson 002.10 A neat Cottage on the road side occupied by Workmen. The property of M. Sprott Esqr
OS1/21/6/63 WOODSIDE Woodside Woodside Woodside Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr: Samuel Wilson 002.10 A Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Wsqr:
OS1/21/6/63 WOODSIDE COTTAGES Woodside Cottages Woodside Cottages Woodside Cottages Valuatin Roll M. Sprott Esqr: Samuel Wilson 002.10 A row of Cottages occupied by Pitmen employed in the neighborhood, The property of M. Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/63 POTASSELS Potassels Potassels Potassels Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr: James Forsyth 002.14 A Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/63 MUIRHEAD Muirhead Muirhead Muirhead Muirhead Forest's Co [County] Map Meiklehams Map 10 miles round Glasgow Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr: 002.14 A small hamlet suth of Chryston on the Cumbernauld T.P. [Turn Pike] Road. There is a Post Office here. The property of M. Sprott Esqr:
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OS1/21/6/64 GLEN PLANTATION Glen Plantation Glen Plantation Glen Plantation M. Sprott Esqr: William McClure D Andrew Gibson 002.14 A Plantation in a Glen west of the Glen Cottage & continued to the occupation road. The slopes in this Glen are too irregular to shew on the Examination Traces.
OS1/21/6/64 GATESIDE Gateside Gateside Gateside Estate map Valuation Roll m. Sprott Esqr: 002.14 A good Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/64 GARNKIRK HOUSE Garnkirk House Garnkirk House Garnkirk House Estate Map Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr: 002.14 A large Mansion surrounded by Trees & pleasure grounds, and approached on the North & West sides by a gentle acclivity. The property & residence of M. Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/64 CROW WOOD Crow Wood Crow Wood Crow Wood M. Sprott Esqr. William McClure Andrew Gibson 002.14 A close irregular shaped wood extending from Woodside to the garden at Garnkirk House. Bounded on the West side by a mixed Hunter:[?] of ornamental ground.
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OS1/21/6/65 THE GLEN The Glen The Glen The Glen Robert Kaye Esqr: A Milne Esqr: William Shaw 002.15 A natural Glen, steep on the north side & covered with trees. On the south there is close wood. The Monkland & Kirkintilloch Railway & the Bathlin Burn run through the valley. The name applies between Glen CXottage & where the Railway crosses the Burn. It is the property of R. Kaye & A Milne - the North Side Mr. Milne, the South Mr Kaye's.
OS1/21/6/65 BATHLIN BURN Bathlin Burn Bathlin Burn Bathlin Burn Bathlin Burn Property Plan A Milne Esqr: Robert Kaye Esqr: M. Sprott Esqr: 002.15 This Burn rises from Bishop's Loch & flows through the East side of the parish, from South to North; passing out of the parish where the Cult Burns joins, it enters Luggie Water near Oxgang House in the Kirkintilloch Parish. There is a feeder or Lead from this burn which supplies the Forth of Clyde Canal Basin at Kirkintilloch. The Lead commences from a Sluice gate near Craigentay (ii.10). About Chryston this Burn is called Buthlaw, & in the north of it: & in Kirkintilloch parish - Bothlin. All Property Plan's & the best authourities agree that it is Bathlin
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OS1/21/6/66 BEDLAY HOUSE Bedlay House Bedlay House Bedlay House Bedlay House Valuation Roll Forest's Co: [County] Map T. C. Christie Esqr: Proprietor Revd: [Reverend] J. Park 002.15 'The Manor House of Bedlay, an ancient and picturesque structure having many of the features of the old French Chateau, stands on a natural terrace of rock about 30 feet above the Bathlin Burn, which skirts its western extremity. It is of a quadrangular form with high peaked and crow-stepped gables, having two round turrets at the west end & a rectangular tower at the east, from the south side of which the house is entered. Some years ago part of the east end of the house and also the wall which extended along the south & west of the terrace was demolished. What remains appears to have been built at different periods, About the beginning of the seventeenth, and again about the middle of the 18th century additions seem to have been made to it. Part of the ground floor consists of two stone arched vaults, now used as Kitchens &c and is certainly of older date than 1600. Over the principal window at the East end of the house there is carved in stone the armorial bearings of the Robertsons, being, 'Quarterly 1st & 4th gules, a close helmet argent, '2nd & 3rd Argent, a cross crosslet fitched gules, with crescent in chief 'for a brotherly difference'. It is said that the place is mentioned in some old writings as far back as the reign of Alexander II and there is a tradition that it was frequently used by Sir William Wallace during his sojourn in the fastnesses of Robroyston. With these exceptions its early history seems now forgotten. It is however extremely probable that it has been a residence of some of the dignified Ecclesiastics of the Cathedral Church of Glasgow. The lands of Bedlay & others were alienated by Boyd, Archbishop of Glasgow to Robert; Lord Boyd, (ancestor of the Earl of Kilmarnock) who died in 1589. The Estate then appears to have passed into the possession of the College of Glasgow from which it was acquired by James Roberston of the family of Earnock. Who having been a loyalist Lawyer of reputations was at the Restoration, enacted a Lord of Session & took the title of 'Lord Bedlay'. He died at Bedlay House in 1664. The Estate continued in the possession of his descendants until the end of the last century, when it was bought by McKenzie of Greenkirk, who some years afterwards, (upon disposal of it to J Campbell Esqr. of Petershill, and by the marriage of whose granddaughter it came into the possession of the present proprietor'. Account by the proprietor T.C. Christie Esqr. The Mill of Bedlay stood between the house & the Bathlin Burn. It was removed about 130 years ago.
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OS1/21/6/67 SCHOOL [Chryston, W of church] School School School School Revd: [Reverend] N. McLeod John Tenant Schoolmaster James Noble Ph [Parish] Schoolmaster Fullarton's Gazetteer 002.15 A small school house on the west of the Church (quoad Sacra) capable of containing about 70 pupils - A parochial school. Teacher J. Tenant.
OS1/21/6/67 CHRYSTON MAINS Chryston Mains Chryston Mains Chryston Mains Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr: John Waddell 002.15 A Farm Steading formerly a mansion Ho. [House]. The property of M. Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/67 MILLBRAE Millbrae Millbrae Millbrae Valuation Roll Robert Kaye Esqr: A. Milne Esqr: 002.15 A good Farm Steading adjoining Millbrae Ho: [House] The property of R Kaye Esqr.
OS1/21/6/67 MILLBRAE HOUSE Millbrae House Millbrae House Millbrae House Meikleham's Map Round Glasgow Valuation Roll Robert Kaye Esqr: 002.15 A Superior dwelling house with offices attached. The property & residence of R Kaye Esqr.
OS1/21/6/67 GLEN COTTAGE Glen Cottage Glen Cottage Glen Cottage Valuation Roll A. Milne Esqr: Robert Kaye Esqr 002.15 A small cottage in 'The Glen' the property of A Milne Esqr:
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OS1/21/6/68 CHRYSTON Chryston Chryston Chryston Chryston Meikleham's Map Round Glasgow Forest's Co [County] Map Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr: 002.15 A village about 1 1/2 miles from the eastern boundary of the parish, containing a population of about 600, chiefly weavers. Ther eis an Established Church (Quoad Sacra) & School. A Free Church & School, and a Female School in the village. The greatest part of the village is the property of M. Sprott Esqr: the other parts are feus. The name of this village is derived from 'Graystone', When the change took place is not known.
OS1/21/6/68 CHURCH [Q.S., Chryston] Church (quoad Sacra) Church (quoad Sacra) Church (quoad Sacra) J. Tenant, Schoolmaster Revd: [Reverend] N. McLeod Valuation Roll 002.15
OS1/21/6/68 A plain stone building built in 1780 capable of containing a congregation of about 550. Present Incumbent - Revd: [Reverend] N. McLeod. 'The Minister of Cadder used to officiate here every third Sunday, but in 1780 the Chryston end of the parish was made a district Chapelry.' Gazetteer of Scotland
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OS1/21/6/69 MOODIESBURN Moodiesburn Moodiesburn Moodiesburn Valuation Roll Foret's Co [County] Map Meikleham's Map round Glasgow 002.15 A small village or hamlet on the east side of Chryston. occupied by Weavers or Farm Servants. There is an Inn here. The property of T.C. Christie Esqr:
OS1/21/6/69 MOODIESBURN COTTAGE Moodiesburn Cottage Moodiesburn Cottage Moodiesburn Cottage David Aitcheson. Archdeacon T. C. Christie Esqr Valuation Roll 002.15 A Superior Cottage formerly the Bedlay Inn, now occupied by Archdeacon Aitchison. The property of T. C. Christie Esqr:
OS1/21/6/69 AVENUEHEAD Avenuehead Avenuehead Avenuehead Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map round Glasgow T.C. Christie Esqr: 002.15 A good Farm Steading; the property of T. C. Christie Esqr:
OS1/21/6/69 MIDTON Midton Midton Midton Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map T. C. Christie Esqr: 002.15 A Farm Steading. The property of T.C. Christie Esqr.
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OS1/21/6/70 MOSSVALE Mossvale Mossvale Mossvale Valuation Roll Mrs' Lee James Steel 002.15 A superior Farm Steading, used as a residence by the proprietress Mrs. Lee.
OS1/21/6/70 MOSSVALE COTTAGE Mossvale Cottage Mossvale Cottage Mossvale Cottage Mrs. Lee Mr. Fulton Valuation Roll 002.15 A cottage used for Farm purposes The property of Mrs. Lee.
OS1/21/6/70 GREENHILL Greenhill Greenhill Greenhill Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map John Marshall 002.15 A Superior Farm Steading occupied by the proprietor J Marshall.
OS1/21/6/70 GLAUDHALL Glaudhall Glaudhall Glaudhall Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map round Glasgow J. Steel 002.15 A Superior House, occupied by the proprietor J. Steel.
OS1/21/6/70 HOLMS Holms Holms Holms Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map Forest's Co. [County] Map 002.15 A Superior Farm Steading The property of J. Craig.
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OS1/21/6/71 DRUMCAVEL Drumcavel Drumcavel Drumcavel James Chapman Revd; [Reverend] J. Park R. Kaye, Millbrae 002.15 A poor cottage. formerly a Farm Steading. The property of James. Craig.
OS1/21/6/71 DRUMCAVEL FLAX MILL Drumcavel Mill (Flax, in Ruins) Drumcavel Mill (Flax, in Ruins) Drumcavel Mill (Flax, in Ruins) James Chapman Alexander Davidson Revd: [Reverend] S. Park 002.15 An old Mill in ruins. it has not been used for 15 years. The wheel yet remains in the centre of one of the Ruins. The property of S. Craig
OS1/21/6/71 AULDYARDS Auldyards Auldyards Auldyards Valuation Roll Forest's Co [County] Map Alexander Wilson 002.15 An old Farm Steading almost in ruins. The property of Alexander Wilson.
OS1/21/6/71 SHANKRAMUIR Shankramuir Shankramuir Shankramuir Revd: [Reverend] J. Park. James Chapman Robert Kaye Esqr: 002.15 A Farm Steading. The property of James Craig.
OS1/21/6/71 SOUTH SHANKRAMUIR South Shankramuir South Shankramuir South Shankramuir South Shankramuir James Chapman James Nicholl Reverend: [Reverend] J. Park 002.15 An old steading belonging to Shankramuir Farm. The property of James Craig
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OS1/21/6/72 DRUMCAVEL TILEWORKS Drumcavel Tileworks Drumcavel Tileworks Drumcavel Tileworks John McLee, Tenant William Carey, Tenant Revd [Reverend] J. Park 002.15 A Tile work Manufactory for making Draining Tiles, Roofing Tiles & common Bricks. Wrought by J. McLee. This Tile Work has been idle about 12 months. It will be in use again. The property of J Craig.
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OS1/21/6/73 LECKETHILL Leckethill Leckethill Leckethill Valuation Roll F C Christie Esqr: David Calder 002.16 A Farm Steading, The property of T. C. Christie Esqr:
OS1/21/6/73 LECKETHILL COTTAGES Leckethill Cottages Leckethill Cottages Leckethill Cottages Valuation Roll. T.C. Christie Esqr: David Calder 002.16 Rows of Cottages occupied by the Pitmen & Farm Labourers. Feued off Mr. Christie's property.
OS1/21/6/73 MOLLIN BURN Mollin Burn Mollin Burn Mollin Burn Mollin Burn William Jack John Drummond William McLean Alexander. Mills 002.12 This burn rises partly from a moss between Leckethill Cottages and Drumcarel. And partly from Garnqueen Loch. It flows past the east side of Mollinburn into the Luggie Water. It is but a small stream. Drain like in some places, but occasionally possessing a good flow of water.
OS1/21/6/73 [page] 73 County of Lanark Cadder Parish 'Leck, To leak.@ Brocketts. Glas. [Glasgow.]
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OS1/21/6/75 WESTMUIR Westmuir Westmuir Westmuir John Scott. Factor Forset's Co [County] Map Archibald Craig 006.04 A good Farm Steading. The property of A. G. Lamont Esqr:
OS1/21/6/75 HILLHEAD Hillhead Hillhead Hillhead Valuation Roll John Scott. Factor Archibald Craig 006.04 An old Farm Ho: [House]: the property of A.G.Lamont Esqr:
OS1/21/6/75 ROBROYSTON LOCH Robroyston Loch Robroyston Loch Robroyston Loch Robroyston Loch John Scott. Factor James Russell Archibald Craig Fullarton's Gazetteer- 006.04 A piece of low meadowland, part in this parish & part in Barony parish. It is liable to flood (OH) [in the adjoining parish] [deleted] in winter. The part of the Loch which is in this parish, is at present being drained. There is a tradition, that Sir William Wallace:- ' after he was overpowered, and before his hands were bound, he threw his sword into Robroyston Loch'. This could not be, as the Barn is more than 1/2 a mile from the loch.
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OS1/21/6/77 BOGSIDE Bogside Bogside Bogside Forest's Co, Map Valuation Roll John Scott Factor 007.10 A good Farm Steading. The property of A. G. Lamont Esqr.
OS1/21/6/77 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY Caledonian Railway Caledonian Railway Murray's Time Table Robert Bankier Station Master Thomas Cleghorn 007.10 A line of Railway between Glasgow & Carlisle, formerly called the Garnkirk Railway. There are three stations in the parish. It runs along the southern Boundary about six miles.
OS1/21/6/77 SAUGHS Saughs Saughs Saughs Forest's Co Map Valuation Roll John Scott Factor "Sauch, Saugh, A willow or sallow tree" Jamieson 007.10 A good Farm steading. The property of A. G. Lamont Esqr.
OS1/21/6/77 STEPS [houses] Steps Steps Steps Steps Valuation Roll M, Sprott Esqr. R. Bankier Station Master Meikleham's Map round Glasgow 007.10 A few scattered houses between the Cumbernauld T. P. Road & the Caledonian Railway. The origin of the name is not known. The property is feus off Mr Sprott's ground, and belongs to several small proprietors.
OS1/21/6/77 STEPS COTTAGE Steps Cottage Steps Cottage Steps Cottage Thomas Tweedale James Buchanan R. Bankier Station Master 007.10 A superior cottage occupied by Mr Tweedale. The property of J. Buchanan.
OS1/21/6/77 County of Lanark No. 21. Cadder Parish
OS1/21/6/77 1. Situation - Bogside and Saughs, Trace 1. 2. Situation - Caledonian Railway and Steps, Trace 2. 3. Situation - Steps Cottage, Trace 3.
OS1/21/6/78 FRANKFIELD LOCH Frankfield Loch Frankfield Loch Frankfield Loch M. Sprott Esqr. William McNeil James Crawford 007.10 Low wet land, part in this parish & part in the Barony Parish. This Loch is dry in Summer & flooded in Winter. There is not, at present, any sign of the ground being drained for Cultivation.
OS1/21/6/78 MOUNT HARRIET Mount Harriet Mount Harriet Mount Harriet Valuation Roll Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr. 007.10 A Superior house at present under repair. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/78 STEPS [farm] Steps Steps Steps Valuation Roll M. Sprott Esqr Meikleham's Map 10 Miles around Glasgow 007.10 A good Farm Steading. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/78 STEPS ROAD STATION Steps Road Station Steps Road Station Steps Road Station Murray's Time Table Robert Bankier Station Master M Sprott Esqr. 007.10 A small wooden House. The first station on the Caledonian Railway from Glasgow.
OS1/21/6/78 WHITEHILL Whitehill Whitehill Whitehill Valuation Roll Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr 007.10 A good Farm Steading.. The property of M. Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/78 County of Lanark No. 21. Cadder Parish
OS1/21/6/78 1. Situation - Steps Road Railway, Whitehill and Mount Harriet, Trace 3 2. Situation - Steps and Frankfield Loch, Trace 5. 3. Frankfield Loch - the following sentence has been struck off the Descriptive Remarks. "The soil maybe said to be Rough a& Marshy.
OS1/21/6/79 BURNT PLANTATION Burnt Wood or Plantation Burnt Wood or Plantation Burnt Wood or Plantation M. Sprott Esqr William McCluie Andrew Gibson 007.02 A large Plantation growing on a moss between the Turnpike Road & the parish boundary. 30 years ago this wood, (as it was then) was accidentally burned by fire from the Engines on the Caledonian Railway. It is since called the Burnt Wood. There is at present some natural copse on the road side.
OS1/21/6/79 WOODHEAD Woodhead Woodhead Woodhead Valuation Roll Estate Map M. Sprott Esqr 007.02 A farm steading, the property of M. Sprott Esqr:
OS1/21/6/79 WOODHEAD COTTAGE Woodhead Cottage Woodhead Cottage Woodhead Cottage M. Sprott Esqr James Gillespie James Buchanan 007.02 A superior cottage recently built for the Superintendent of the Garnkirk Fireclay Works. The property of M Sprott. Esqr.
OS1/21/6/79 SCHOOL [nr Garnkirk Fireclay Works] School School School M. Sprott Esqr: James Noble John Houston Forsyth. Teacher 007.02 A good school house with house adjoining for Teacher; capable of containing 100 pupils. This school is supported by the Garnkirk Works & is inspected &c by the proprietor - M. Sprott Esqr:
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OS1/21/6/79 Thanks Moira.
OS1/21/6/80 GARNKIRK FIRECLAY WORKS Garnkirk Fireclay Works M. Sprott Esqr. James Gillespie Suptd [Superintendent] James Ferguson 007.02 An extensive Fireclay manufactory employing about 400 hands. Every description of Fireclay is wrought here, wrought by the Garnkirk Coal Co: [Company] - Messrs M & T Sprott. The property of M Sprott Esqr.
OS1/21/6/80 BOGHILL Boghill Boghill Boghill M.Sprott Esqr; James Gillespie John Aird, Tenant 007.02 Two dwelling houses occupied by the people employed in the Fireclay Works. The property of M. Sprott Esqr'
OS1/21/6/80 HEATHFIELD FIRECLAY WORKS Heathfield Fireclay Works Heathfield Fireclay Works Heathfield Fireclay Works Valuation Roll James Ferguson William Miller 007.02 A Manufactory similar to the Garnkirk but not so extensive, employing about 100 men & boys, wrought by Ferguson, Miller & Co [Company], property of Dr [Doctor] Jeffries.
OS1/21/6/80 GARNKIRK STATION Garnkirk Station Garnkirk Station Garnkirk Station John Hyslop Stat' [Station] Master Robert Bankier Sups [Superintendent Stat [Station] Ry [Railway] Meikleham's Map round Glasgow Time Table 007.02 A small station on the Caledonian Railway - the second on the line from Glasgow.
OS1/21/6/80 HEATHFIELD COTTAGE Heathfield Cottage Heathfield Cottage Heathfield Cottage Valuation Roll James Ferguson William Miller 007.02 A superior cottage occupied by one of the Heathfield Fireclay Works Co; [Company] William Miller. Property of Dr [Doctor] Jeffries.
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OS1/21/6/81 WOODNEUK HOUSE Woodneuk House Woodneuk House Woodneuk House Valuation Roll Charles Thomas Pr [Proprietor] A. Wilson 007.03 A superior dwelling house occupied by the proprietor C. Thomas. Good pleasure grounds & garden are attached. This house has by different proprietors been called Woodneuk or Queensbank. The proprietor previous to the present one called it Queensbank, the present proprietor calls it Woodneuk.
OS1/21/6/81 GARTCOSH PLANTATION Gartcosh Plantation Gartcosh Plantation Gartcosh Plantation James Weir William Morrison A. Wilson 007.03 A mixed plantation frequently burned by fire from the engines on the Caledonian Railway. The property of the heirs of J, Hill.
OS1/21/6/81 GARTCOSH Gartcosh Gartcosh Gartcosh Valuation Roll Meikleham's map around Glasgow James Weir 007.03 A good farm steading. The property of the Heirs of J. Hill.
OS1/21/6/81 GARTCOSH STATION Gartcosh Station Gartcosh Station Gartcosh Station Murray's Time Table Board on Station William Morrison Stat; [Station] Master 007.03 A small station on the Caledonian Railway the third from Glasgow. This name applies as much to the dwelling house occupied by the Station Master as to the Station itself. Dwelling house the property of Caled; [caledonian] Ry [Railway] Company.
OS1/21/6/81 [Page] 81 County of Lanark Cadder Parish Note below Woodneuk House:"Neuk, A corner", Jamieson [Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary]
OS1/21/6/82 HEATHFIELD Heathfield Heathfield Heathfield Valuation Roll Dr [Doctor] Jeffries Pr [Proprietor] Archibald Cullan 007.02 A poor Farm steading formerly called Baads. The proprietor changed the name. The property of Dr [Doctor] Jeffries.
OS1/21/6/82 LOCHEND Lochend Lochend Lochend Valuation Roll William McAlpine Pr [Proprietor] Alexander Wilson 007.03 A superior dwelling House occupied by the proprietor William McAlpine.
OS1/21/6/82 JOHNSTON LOCH Johnston Loch Johnston Loch Johnston Loch Forest's Co [County] Map Alexander Wilson 007.03 A large lake flooded in winter to the extent of water shown on examination trace. There is always water in this loch.
OS1/21/6/82 JOHNSTON COTTAGE Johnston Cottages Johnston Cottages Johnston Cottages Valuation Roll Alexander Wilson William McAlpine 007.03 A row of cottages occupied by ploughmen, on Johnston Farm. The property of William Fleming.
OS1/21/6/82 JOHNSTON Johnston Johnston Johnston Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map round Glasgow Alexander Wilson 007.03 A good farm steading occupied by A. Wilson. The property of William Fleming.
OS1/21/6/82 CROFTFOOT Croftfoot Croftfoot Croftfoot Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map William Jackson 007.03 A good farm steading. The property of William Galbraith.
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OS1/21/6/83 HAYHILL Hayhill Hayhill Hayhill Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map round Glasgow William Weir 007.03 A farm steading. The property of Mr Buchanan.
OS1/21/6/83 KINGSHILL COTAGES Kingshill Cottages Kingshill Cottages Kingshill Cottages Valuation Roll John Robertson - Tenant Alexander Wyper 007.03 Two good cottages, south side of Caledonian Railway. The property of J.H. Colt.
OS1/21/6/83 HAYHILL PIT Hayhill Coal Pit Hayhill Coal Pit Hayhill Coal Pit M.Sprott Esqr Alexander Wyper William Weir 007.03 A coal pit 10 fathoms deep & 14 years in use. Wrought by the Garnkirk Coal Co. [Company]. M. & T Sprott Esqrs. The ground is the property of Mr Buchanan.
OS1/21/6/83 CALEDONIAN RAILWAY (Castlecary Branch) Caledonian Railway (Castlecary Branch) Mr Cochrane Manager of this Monkland Railway Mr Buchanan, Gartsherrie 007.03 A branch Railway leaving the main line at Kingshill and joining the 'Scottish Central Railway' at Greenhill.
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OS1/21/6/85 CROFTHEAD Crofthead Crofthead Crofthead Valuation Roll Forest's Co [County] Map John Wood 007.04 A dwelling house formerly a farm steading now occupied by Pitinew & Farm Labours. The property of William Galbraith.
OS1/21/6/85 GARNQUEEN [farm] garnqueen Garnqueen Garnqueen Garnqueen Gartenqueen Gartenqueen Gartinqueen Valuation Roll Meikleham's Map round Glasgow Revd [Reverend] J. Park James Noble Schoolmaster Forest's Co [County] Map Lease of Farm Gazetteer of Scotland 007.04 A farm steading the property of C.R.E. Buchanan Esqr. This name has been corrupted from Gartenqueen, or Gartinqueen, to Garnqueen. The latter is now plurally used. From analogy it seems better to adopt the corruption; as Garnkirk in this parish and Garngaber in Kirkintilloch, each about 3 or 4 miles from the other.
OS1/21/6/85 HILL OF GARNQUEEN Hill of Garnqueen Hill of Garnqueen Hill of Garnqueen Mrs Colquhoun John Barr John Wood 007.04 A poor farm steading the property of Mrs Colquhoun. The Hill is not of sufficient importance to show.
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OS1/21/6/86 GARNQUEEN LOCH Garnqueen Loch Garnqueen Loch Garnqueen Loch John Wood John Ban William Jack Alexander Mills 007.04 A large Loch flooded in winter to the extent shown on Examination Trace. Part of it is in New Monkland parish. There is always water in this Loch.
OS1/21/6/86 SCHOOL [Garnqueen] School School School Pewter patterson Teaacher Alexander Mills James Noble Ph [Parish] Schoolmaster 007.04 A small subscription school capable of containing about 40 pupils. Patrons. the farmers in the nieghborhood.
OS1/21/6/86 GARNQUEEN [houses] Garnqueen Garnqueen Garnqueen Valuation Roll Alexander Mills William Jack 007.04 A few scattered house belonging to different persons, chiefly occupied by workmen employed in the Glenboig Tile Works on the other side of the boundary in New Monkland parish. There is a school, a Public House and a couple of neat cottages here. There was formerly a station on the Monkland Ry [railway] here - it is now a gate house.
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OS1/21/6/87 GARTLOCH HOUSE Gartloch House Gartloch House Gartloch House Valuation Roll Forest's Co; [County] Map J. Robertson Esqr 007.06 A superior mansion on the rising ground overlooking Bishop's Loch. Large Offices are attached. Occupied by J. Robertson Esqr; The property of the heirs of Hugh Robertson.
OS1/21/6/87 BISHOP LOCH Bishop's Loch Bishop's Loch Bishop's Loch Forest's Co. [County] Map J. Robertson Esqr Angus McAlpine 007.10 A large Lake in old Monkland parish, forming with its north side the boundary between the parishes of Cadder & Old Monkland.
OS1/21/6/87 [Page 87] County of Lanark Cadder Parish Note below Bishop Loch: See N. B. [Name Book] for Old Monkland Ph [Parish] [Signed] John Bayly Capt RE [Captain Royal Engineers] 30 January 1858
OS1/21/6/88 O.S.321 OSI/21/6 NAME BOOK Co. [County] LANARK Parish of CADDER
OS1/21/6/89 [page] 89 INDEX Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Auchenleck Well -- 1 -- 16 -- 35 Auchenairn -- 1 -- 16 -- 36 Auchenairn House -- 1 -- 16 -- 36 Auchenairn -- 1 -- 16 -- 36 Auchinloch -- 2 -- 9 -- 46 Auchingiech -- 2 -- 10 -- 49 Adamswell -- 2 -- 12 -- 55 Auchinleck -- 2 -- 13 -- 57 Auchingree -- 2 -- 13 -- 57 Arronhill -- 2 -- 14 -- 60 Arronhill Plantation -- 2 -- 14 -- 60 Avenuehead -- 2 -- 15 -- 69 Auldyards -- 2 -- 15 -- 71 Bogton -- 1 -- 8 -- 10 Balmuildy Bridge -- 1 -- 10 -- 12 Buchley -- 1 -- 10 -- 12 Bearshill -- 1 -- 12 -- 23 Boghead -- 1 -- 12 -- 23 Blackhill -- 1 -- 14 -- 27 Blackhill 1 -- 14 -- 27 Bishop Bridge Burn -- 1 -- 15 -- 29 Bishop Bridge -- 1 -- 15 -- 29 Bearyards -- 1 -- 15 -- 30 Blackmount Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 32 Beechmount Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 32 Bishop Moss -- 1 -- 15 -- 34 Barn (Site of) -- 1 -- 16 -- 40 Bellfield Printworks -- 2 -- 5 -- 41 Blacklands -- 2 -- 10 -- 28 Burnbrae -- 2 -- 10 -- 49 Bars -- 2 -- 10 -- 53 Bridgend -- 2 -- 11 -- 54 Berryknowe -- 2 -- 14 -- 62 Bathlin Burn -- 2 -- 15 -- 65 Bedlay House -- 2 -- 15 -- 66 Burnt Plantation -- 7 -- 2 -- 79 Boghill -- 7 -- 2 -- 80 Bishop Loch -- 7 -- 6 -- 87 Bogside -- 7 -- 1 -- 77
OS1/21/6/90 [page] 90 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Castellum -- 1 -- 7 -- 3 Cadder Wood -- 1 -- 7 -- 5 Cadder Cottage -- 1 -- 7 -- 5 Cadder House -- 1 -- 7 -- 6 Crofthead -- 1 -- 8 -- 9 Church -- 1 -- 11 -- 22 Cadder -- 1 -- 12 -- 26 Crofthead Cottage -- 1 -- 12 -- 26 Caddercuilt -- 1 -- 14 -- 27 Crowhill Quarry (Freestone) -- 1 -- 15 -- 33 Crowhill -- 1 -- 15 -- 34 Claddens -- 1 -- 16 -- 38 Campsie Junction Station -- 2 -- 9 -- 43 Claddens -- 2 -- 9 -- 44 Claddens House -- 2 -- 9 -- 44 Craigenbay -- 2 -- 10 -- 47 Clossfoot -- 2 -- 10 -- 49 Cardyke -- 2 -- 13 -- 57 Cardyke Plantation -- 2 -- 13 -- 58 Corn Mill -- 1 -- 12 -- 26 "Caledonian Railway" (Castlecary Branch) -- 7 -- 3 -- 83 Cardarrach Mains -- 2 -- 13 -- 58 Cardarrach Hillhead -- 2 -- 13 -- 58 Cult Burn -- 2 -- 14 -- 59 Crow Wood -- 2 -- 14 -- 64 Chryston Mains -- 2 -- 15 -- 67 Chryston -- 2 -- 15 -- 68 Church (quoad sacra) -- 2 -- 15 -- 68 Caledonian Railway -- 7 -- 1 -- 77 Croftfoot -- 7 -- 3 -- 82 Crofthead -- 7 -- 4 -- 85 Dryfield -- 1 -- 8 -- 10 Drumbotie -- 1 -- 16 -- 37 Davidston -- 2 -- 10 -- 48 Drumsack Plantation -- 2 -- 14 -- 60 Drumsack -- 2 -- 14 -- 60 Drumcavel Flax Mill -- 2 -- 15 -- 71 Drumcavel -- 2 -- 15 -- 71 Drumcavel Tileworks -- 2 -- 15 -- 72 Easter Cadder -- 1 -- 8 -- 9
OS1/21/6/91 [page] 91 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Easter Balmuildy -- 1 -- 10 -- 11 Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway -- 1 -- 12 -- 23 Easter Crosshill -- 1 -- 12 -- 25 Endowed School -- 1 -- 16 -- 35 Easter Lumloch -- 1 -- 16 -- 35 East Springfield -- 1 -- 16 -- 37 East Gadloch -- 2 -- 9 -- 45 Endowed School -- 2 -- 10 -- 47 East Claddens -- 2 -- 10 -- 47 East Muckcroft -- 2 -- 10 -- 47 East Auchinloch -- 2 -- 10 -- 48 Forth and Clyde Canal -- 1 -- 11 -- 17 Farm Bridge -- 1 -- 11 -- 21 Firpark -- 1 -- 16 -- 37 Flour Mill -- 2 -- 11 -- 54 Free Church Manse -- 2 -- 14 -- 61 Free Church -- 2 -- 24 -- 62 Frankfield loch -- 7 -- 1 -- 78 Glasgow Bridge -- 1 -- 8 -- 8 Glenbank Cottage -- 2 -- 9 -- 43 Glenbank -- 2 -- 9 -- 43 Glenhead -- 2 -- 9 -- 45 Gartferry Mains -- 2 -- 11 -- 52 Gartferry House -- 2 -- 11 -- 54 Glenpark Cottage -- 2 -- 11 -- 54 Goods Station -- 2 -- 11 -- 54 Glen Cottage -- 2 -- 14 -- 61 Garnkirk Burn -- 2 -- 14 -- 61 Glen Plantation -- 2 -- 14 -- 64 Gateside -- 2 -- 14 -- 64 Garnkirk House -- 2 -- 14 -- 64 Glen Cottage -- 2 -- 15 -- 67 Glaudhall -- 2 -- 15 -- 70 Greenhill -- 2 -- 15 -- 70 Garnkirk Fireclay Works -- 7 -- 2 -- 80
OS1/21/6/92 [Page] 92 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Garnkirk Station -- 7 -- 2 -- 80 Gartcosh Plantation -- 7 -- 3 -- 81 Gartcosh -- 7 -- 3 -- 81 Gartcosh Station -- 7 -- 3 -- 81 Garnqueen -- 7 -- 4 -- 85 Garnqueen Loch -- 7 -- 4 -- 86 Garnqueen -- 7 -- 4 -- 86 Gartloch House -- 7 -- 6 -- 87 Hungryside Bridge -- 1 -- 8 -- 9 High Moss Plantation -- 1 -- 11 -- 18 Hilton -- 1 -- 11 -- 21 Heathbank Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 31 Huntershill Quarry (Freestone) -- 1 -- 15 -- 33 Huntershill House -- 1 -- 15 -- 34 Hill of Chryston -- 12 -- 10 -- 49 Hillhead -- 2 -- 11 -- 52 Hornshill -- 2 -- 13 -- 57 Holms -- 2 -- 15 -- 70 Hillhead -- 6 -- 4 -- 75 Heathfield Firectory Works -- 7 -- 2 -- 80 Heathfield Cottage -- 7 -- 2 -- 80 Heathfield -- 7 -- 3 -- 82 Hayhill -- 7 -- 3 -- 83 Hayhill (Pit / Coal) -- 7 -- 3 -- 83 Hill of Garnqueen -- 7 -- 4 -- 85 Ironstone Pit -- 1 -- 15 -- 33 Ironstone Pit -- 1 -- 15 -- 33 Ironstone Pit -- 1 -- 15 -- 34 Johnstone Cottage -- 1 -- 8 -- 8 Jellyhill -- 1 -- 11 -- 22 Johnston Loch -- 7 -- 3 -- 82 Johnston Cottage -- 7 -- 3 -- 82 Johnston -- 7 -- 3 -- 82 Kirkton -- 1 -- 11 -- 22 Knockmills -- 2 -- 10 -- 48 Kingshill Cottage -- 7 -- 3 -- 83
OS1/21/6/93 [Page] 93 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Littlehill -- 1 -- 12 -- 23 Low Moss Plantation -- 1 -- 12 -- 25 Lochgrog -- 1 -- 12 -- 25 Lochfauld -- 1 -- 14 -- 28 Lochfauld Cottages -- 1 -- 14 -- 28 Lillybank Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 31 Laurelbank Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 32 Littlehill -- 1 -- 16 -- 37 Larkfield Cottage -- 2 -- 9 -- 43 Loch -- 2 -- 9 -- 43 Lochside -- 2 -- 9 -- 44 Laverockhall -- 2 -- 11 -- 51 Langdale -- 2 -- 11 -- 51 Luggie Water -- 2 -- 11 -- 53 Langmuirhead -- 2 -- 13 -- 58 Lindsaybeg -- 2 -- 14 -- 62 Langrig -- 2 -- 14 -- 62 Leckethill -- 2 -- 16 -- 73 Lekethill Cottage -- 2 -- 16 -- 73 Lochend -- 7 -- 3 -- 82 Meiklehill -- 1 -- 8 -- 8 Manse -- 1 -- 8 -- 9 Mavis Valley -- 1 -- 11 -- 17 Mill Plantation -- 1 -- 11 -- 22 Moss Lodge -- 1 -- 12 -- 25 Myriemailing -- 1 -- 16 -- 38 Millarsneuk -- 2 -- 9 -- 44 Mid Auchinloch -- 2 -- 9 -- 45 Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway -- 2 -- 11 -- 52 Mollins -- 2 -- 11 -- 53 Meadowhead (ruin) -- 2 -- 11 -- 54 Mollin Craigs -- 2 -- 12 -- 55 Mollinhillhead -- 2 -- 12 -- 55 My Lord's Bridge -- 2 -- 12 -- 56 Mollinburn -- 2 -- 12 -- 56 Mid Broomknowes -- 2 -- 14 -- 59 Manse -- 2 -- 14 -- 61 Muirhead -- 2 -- 14 -- 63
OS1/21/6/94 [page] 94 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Millbrae -- 2 -- 15 -- 67 Millbrae House -- 2 -- 15 -- 67 Moodiesburn -- 2 -- 15 -- 69 Moodiesburn Cottage -- 2 -- 15 -- 69 Midton -- 2 -- 15 -- 69 Mossvale -- 2 -- 15 -- 70 Mossvale Cottage -- 2 -- 15 -- 70 Mollin Burn -- 2 -- 16 -- 73 Mount Harriet -- 7 -- 1 -- 78 North Burnbrae -- 2 -- 10 -- 47 Netherhouse -- 2 -- 10 -- 48 North Broomknowes -- 2 -- 14 -- 69 Old Auchenairn -- 1 -- 16 -- 26 Old Bars (Ruin) -- 2 -- 11 -- 53 Parkvale Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 31 Park Burn -- 2 -- 5 -- 41 Petty's Plantation -- 2 -- 11 -- 51 Pleaknowes -- 2 -- 11 -- 51 Parkhillhead -- 2 -- 13 -- 58 Peathill -- 2 -- 14 -- 60 Potassels -- 2 -- 14 -- 63 River Kelvin -- 1 -- 6 -- 2 Remains of the wall of Antonius Pius constructed by Lollius Urbinus A.D.140 Roman Legions II,VI & XX -- -- -- 16 Rookery Plantation -- 1 -- 11 -- 18 Rockbank Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 32 Rosetree Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 32 Rushyhill -- 1 -- 16 -- 37 Robroyston Mains -- 1 -- 16 -- 39 Robroyston House -- 1 -- 16 -- 39 Rosebank Cottage -- 2 -- 9 -- 43 Robroyston Loch -- 6 -- 4 -- 75 Sandy Knowes -- 1 -- 8 -- 10 Site of the Roman Wall Station -- 1 -- 10 -- 13 Site of the Military way -- 1 -- 11 -- 20 School -- 1 -- 12 -- 26 South Caddercuilt -- 1 -- 14 -- 27 South Crosshill -- 1 -- 15 -- 30
OS1/21/6/95 [page] 95 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page School -- 1 -- 15 -- 30 Springwell Cottage -- 1 -- 15 -- 31 Springfield House -- 1 -- 15 -- 34 South Myriemailing -- 1 -- 16 -- 38 South Loch -- 2 -- 9 -- 44 Stoneyetts (Ruin) -- 2 -- 11 -- 53 School -- 2 -- 12 -- 55 South Broomknowes -- 2 -- 14 -- 59 School -- 2 -- 14 -- 61 School -- 2 -- 14 -- 62 School -- 2 -- 15 -- 67 Shankramuir -- 2 -- 15 -- 71 South Shankramuir -- 2 -- 15 -- 71 Saughs -- 7 -- 1 -- 77 Steps -- 7 -- 1 -- 77 Steps Cottage -- 7 -- 1 -- 77 Steps Road Station -- 7 -- 1 -- 78 Steps -- 7 -- 1 -- 78 School -- 7 -- 2 -- 79 School -- 7 -- 4 -- 86 Torrance Bridge -- 1 -- 8 -- 10 The Glen -- 2 -- 15 -- 65 Urns containing human bones found here -- 2 -- 14 -- 59 Wester Balmuildy -- 1 -- 10 -- 12 Wilderness Cottage -- 1 -- 11 -- 17 Wilderness Plantation -- 1 -- 11 -- 21 West Springfield -- 1 -- 15 -- 30 Wester Lumloch -- 1 -- 16 -- 35 Woodhill -- 1 -- 16 -- 38 Westerhill -- 1 -- 16 -- 38 West Auchinloch -- 2 -- 9 -- 45 West Muckcroft -- 2 -- 10 -- 47 Woodside Cottage -- 2 -- 10 -- 63 Woodside -- 2 -- 10 -- 63 Woodside Cottages -- 2 -- 10 -- 63 Westmuir -- 6 -- 4 -- 75 Whitehill -- 7 -- 1 -- 78 Woodhead -- 7 -- 2 -- 79 Woodhead Cottage -- 7 -- 2 -- 79 Woodneuk House -- 7 -- 3 -- 81