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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GIBSHOUSE Gibshouse
Gibshouse
Gibshouse
Gibshouse
Rev Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Mr John Gray
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
Johnstons County Map
025.06 Dwellinghouse one storey high, slated and in good repair. Property of N. Lockhart Esq
LEE BURN Lee Burn
Lee Burn
Lee 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 Leemuir forming the boundary between the parishes of Lanark & Carluke till it falls into Mashock Burn near Lee - not rapid - gravelly bed-
PEASE TREE Pease Tree
Pease Tree
Pease Tree
Pease Tree
Rev Alexr [Alexander] McGlashan
Mr John Gray
Mr Wm [William] Ballantyne
New Stat [Statistical] Acct.[Account]
025.06 A very large oak tree at Lee House. It is supposed to be a relict of the ancient Caledonian forest, evidently very old though it still continues to vegetate -
It was measured some time ago and found to be 60 feet in height & 30 in [inches] circumference and to contain 1460 cubic feet of wood

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