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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
OAKBANK LANE Oakbank Lane Corner Tickets 006.06 A short lane leading northerly off the Garscube Road
OAKBANK MILL Oakbank Cotton Mill

Oakbank Cotton Mill
Door Keeper
006.06 A large cotton mill having a very large loom weaving shed attached

Rosebank Cottage
Mr Shyne Occupier 006.06 A small but neat cottage having a small nursery attached
Mr Thyme
Police Officers
Printed list of names
006.06 this name applies to the buildings on to that part of Garscube road leading from 'Oakbank lane' to the new 'city road'
SPRINGBANK RETREAT (Lunatic Asylum) Springbank Retreat (Private Assylum) Miss Berry 006.06 A handsome cottage occupied by Misses Berry and Andersone, as a private assylum for ladies
Name on front of buildings 006.06 An iron foundry on the north side of the Forth of Clyde canal opposite to 'Oakbank Cotton Mill'
WELL ROAD Well Road Police Officers 006.06 A short road leading from Garscube Road to the new city road

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