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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WINDLESTRAW TOP Windlestraw Top
Windlestraw Top
Windlestraw Top
Windlestraw Top
Windlestraw Top
John Ord McKenzie Esqr.
Alexander Cunningham Esqr.
Estate Map dated 1849
Rev.[Reverend] Dr.[Doctor] Aiton
Mr John Smith
027.07 A round, and conspicuous feature on the summit of Black Mount. Property of John Ord McKenzie Esqr. & Alexander Cunningham Esqr.
BLACK MOUNT Black Mount
Black Mount
Black Mount
Black Mount
Black Mount
Black Mount
John Ord McKenzie Esqr.
Alexander Cunningham Esqr.
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Aiton
Mr. John Smith
Johnston's County Map dated 1816
Forrest's County Map
027.07 A middling sized and very prominent hill situate at the western extremity of the parish, it is thickly coated with short heath, the black appearance of which, together with its height, renders it a very conspicuous object, the boundary between the parishes of Dolphinton & Walston passes over it, the portion in Dolphinton parish belonging to John Ord McKenzie Esqr. and Alexander Cunningham Esqr.

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