List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP [nr Lesmahagow Railway] Camp
Valuation Roll
Estate Map
J. Christie Steward
Captain Hamilton M.P.
018.10 Some houses occupied by workmen on the north side of the Lesmahagow Railway, in the remains of an ancient camp. The camp & the houses about it are the property of Captain Hamilton M.P. of Dalzell.
J. Christie Steward
William Cassels Gardener
John Purdy Motherwell
Daniel Bayly Parkhead Cottage
018.01 A narrow house about 20 feet in height having the side next to the stream ("Muckle Burn") open, with the top of the east wall arched. It is like a ferry house but there does appear to have been a ferry here at any time as there was one near it for down the river, opposite the Low Parks of Hamilton. The name is old & well known & the house is considered of great age but of this there is nothing authentic. It is on Captain Hamilton's estate.

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Camp & Tomshouse are both noted on the trqanscription as situated in 018-10, but should be described as situated in 018-01. Notification sent.

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