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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARCAIN GILL Carcain Gile William Henderson, Dalpatrick.
Thomas Fram, Dalserf.
John Hamilton, Millburn.
John Craig, Clyde's Mill.
Hugh Mar, Gamekeeper , Dalserf House.
John Clark, Smith, Dalserf.
024.04 A glen to a little burn which rises south of "West High Overton", and enters the clyde north of "Milton Lockhart Bridge". The name is used as it is authorized, being more applicable to the glen than the burn, which is names (the same) from the gill or glen. Or is well known but the mode of spelling is not to any of the authorities quoted.
WEST HIGH OVERTON West High Overton William Fram, Overton.
William Henderson, Dalpatrick.
Valuation Roll.
J. Litsten, Ass Factor.
024.04 A collier's row of dwellings, one story high, on the lands of Overton, the property of the Duke Of Hamilton. The distinctions "West High" are generally known and acknowledge by the Duke's agents.

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West High Overton

There is a public right of way past "West High Overton". Northwards from the house, it joins the Lanark T.P. Road at "Dalpatrick". XV111-16 Trace 4. Southwards it joins a public road on trace 4

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