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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROCKLAND BRIDGE Brockland Bridge
Brockland Bridge
Brockland Bridge
Rev Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Mr John Gray
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
025.06 A small stone bridge of one arch spanning Brockland Burn on a T.P. [Turnpike] road - built and kept in repair by the county-
BROCKLAND BURN Brockland Burn
Brockland Burn
Brockland Burn
Rev Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Mr John Gray
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
025.06 A small stream which takes its rise from surface water near Craighill Lime Works, and falls into Mashock Burn about 1/4 mile south of Lee House - not rapid - gravelly bed
BROCKLAND GLEN Brockland Glen
Brockland Glen
Brockland Glen
Rev Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Mr John Gray
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
025.06 A steep narrow and thickly wooded glen through which flows Brockland Burn
LOCHKNOWES Lochknowes
Lochknowes
Lochknowes
Lochknowe
Rev Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Mr John Gray
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
Forrests County Map
025.06 Farmsteading consisting of dwellinghouse and out offices one storey high thatched and in tolerable repair. property of Norman Lockhart Esq, Lee House.

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