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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ASH HILL Ash Hill
Ash Hill
Ash Hill
Ash-hill
John Ord McKenzie Esqr. Rev.[Reverend] Dr.[Doctor] Aiton Mr John Smith
Statistical Acct. [Account] of Lanarkshire
027.08 A very slight elevation on the summit of which is the remains of a British Camp, it is planted with fir, Property of John Ord McKenzie Esqr.
CAMP (Remains of) [Ash Hill] Camp (remains of)
Camp (remains of)
Camp (remains of)
John Ord McKenzie Esqr. Rev.[Reverend] Dr.[Doctor] Aiton Mr John Smith 027.08 The remains of a British Camp, which bears the appearance of having been circular, a very small portion of a rampart is all that can now be traced of it, it is situated on the summit of Ash Hill and is planted with fir.
MEADOWHEAD Meadowhead
Meadowhead
Meadowhead
Meadowhead
Meadowhead
John Ord McKenzie Esqr. Rev.[Reverend] Dr.[Doctor] Aiton Mr John Smith
Johnston's County Map dated 1816
Forrest's County Map
027.08 Farmsteading, dwelling house two storeys, out offices one, all slated and in very good repair.
Property of John Ord McKenzie.

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