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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CATHCART (Det) [Detached] Cathcart Parish Det [Detached]
Cathcart Parish Det [Detached]
Cathcart Parish Det [Detached]
Cathcart Parish Det [Detached]
Cathcart Parish Det [Detached]
Cathcart Parish Det [Detached]
New Statistical Account
Old Statistical Account
Sheriff's Returns of Meresmen
John Gray, Meresman for Catht [Cathcart]
Matthew Dalglish, Meresman for E. Kilbd [East Kilbride]
Alexander Brown, Meresman for Eaglesham
016 This portion of the Parish of Cathcart is Situated in the County of LanarK; its greatest breadth from North to South is About 2 Miles; and from East to West about 1½ Miles. It is bounded on the North, East, and South-east by East Kilbride Parish, in the same County; On the South and west by Eaglesham Parish, and North-west by Mearns Parish, both the latter being in the County of Renfrew - The Barony of Dripps which Constitutes the Parish of Cathcart Det [Detached], was disjoined from the Parish of Cathcart, in 1725, and was annexed Quoad Sacra to the Parish of Carmunnock, "It was, however, expressly provided, that no Matter of A Civil nature should be effected by this Measure. The object of it was solely to accommodate the inhabitants of these lands in Church privileges, being much more Contiguous to Carmunnock than their own Parish Church."
See Old Stat [Statistical] Account for Renfrewshire, Ph [Parish] of Cathcart Vol. [Volume] 5th page - 337

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