List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNLOP PLACE Dunlop Place Name on House.
R. Wright, manager of coal work.
R. Forest, Auldton.
John Beveridge, Forman of coal pit
018.15 Rows of colliers dwellings on the lands of over dalserf, the property of the Duke Of Hamilton. These houses were erected by Colin Dunlop and Company for the use of the workmen employed in the pits in the neighbourhood.
There is a tram road passes here to the Lesmahagow Railway. It comes from "Over Dalserf Coal Pit" - Trace 2-xx1v-3.
OVER DALSERF Over Dalserf Estate Map, Valuation Roll, J. Lister Asst; Factor. 018.15 A farm steading near "Dunlop Place", the property of Duke Of Hamilton.
The name has been shifted from the place where the old farm house stood, trace 6, to the cottage written "this was formerly the farm house of over dalserf". The cottage is merely known as being on the lands of "Over Dalserf", and the proprietors agents recognise the name as applying only to the present farm house.

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