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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CUNNINGAIR Cunningair
Cunningair
Cunningair
D. Gairdner Esq, Factor
Captain Hamilton M.P.
J. Christie Steward
018.02 A small property in Dalziel Parish on the south side of the River Clyde. It is now the property of the Duke of Hamilton, but it formerly belonged to Dalzell Estate. There are offices, now almost in ruins on the adjoinng trace 6 XVIII-1 belonging to this house, It is a superior house-Cunningair
STONE CROSS [Baron's Haugh] Stone Cross
Stone Cross
Stone Cross
Stone Cross
Captain Hamilton M.P. Pr[Proprietor].
J. Christie Steward
William Cassells Gardener
New Statistical Account
018.02 "A cross stone stands near the site of Baron Nisbet's house. (The adjoining orchard to which is called Baron's Yaird). It is a heptagon with a sword emblazoned on one side of it" New Statistical Account.
The stone cross is about 5 feet in height of an octagonal (underlined) shape. It (upon the authority William Cassels gardener) formerly stood near the lodge entrance at Knowehead (trace XII-14) & was removed to its present position about 40 years ago,

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