List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LOCH (Dry in summer) [Skellyton] Loch William Graham, Gamekeeper.
J. Miller, Larkhall.
Thomas Anderson, Inspectopr of Poor.
Robert Hamilton, Collector.
James Brownlie, Burnhead
018.10 This is a hollow portion of ground in a field on the farm of Skellyton, which was given to the Caledonian Curling Club by the Duke of Hamilton, it is cultivated in summer by the farmer, and at present ( November ) it is impossible to define it's exact limits at present, or at any time, without using an instrument.
There is an artificial embankment on the south side, next to the plantation.
SKELLY BRIDGE Skelly Bridge R. Hamilton, Road Surveyor.
Thomas Anderson, Inspector of Poor.
J. Marshall, Road trustee
018.10 A little bridge over "Skelly Burn", near Burnhead.The name is not generally used as it is authorized, being commonly called the "Skelly Gill Bridge",or the "Skelly Burn Bridge". It is not a Co Bridge R.H.

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