List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE CROOK The Crook Robert Monteith Esq.
Revd. [Reverend] William Struthers Minister
Mr John Murray Schoolmaster
026.13 A portion of the old Course of the Clyde so called from its Crooked shape resembling somewhat the appearance of a horseshoe. it Contains a very deep pool of stagnant water which has no outlet but is periodically supplied by the innundations of the Clyde which through the lapse of years have changed the surface of the Ground to such an extent that the track of the Greater portion of the Old Course is not clearly discernible , ___________

Cranley Moss

Cranley Moss
Robert Monteith Esq
Revd. [Reverend] William Struthers
Mr John Murray
Forrest's County Map dated 1816
Johnston's County Map
026.10 A large tract of Moss in the Centre of the Parish and from which the inhabitants principally obtain peats for fuel. it is the property of Robert Monteith Esq: ___

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