List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Acre Plantation
Acre Plantation
G. Campbell Esqr
Hames Williamson Lodgekeeper
James Greenhill, Gamekeeper
001.13 A mixed plantation on the side of the Glasgow Toll Road. extending eastward as far as the dyke at the Stone Magazine. The propert of Sir A.J.Campbell Bart.
MANSE [parish, Maryhill] Manse
Valuation Roll
Revd. J Colvin
John Russell Schoolmaster
John Paxton, Elder
001.13 A good dwellinghouse occupied by the Est: Church Incumbent. Revd J Colvin. This is the only Manse in the three parishes (Maryhill Springburn & Shettleston) disjoined from the Barony Parish of Glasgow. It was built in 1851 by the congregation who pays a feu duty for it. The minister also pays a rent for the use of the house & on account of a debt contracted while building it; When the debt is paid, he and his succcessors are entitled to live in it free. There is also an agreement between the proprietor from which it is fued. & the Congregation that the Est. Church Minister shall always occupy it. The house is therefore considered the Manse of Maryhill Church.
River Kelvin
River Kelvin
Gazetteer of Scotland
Estate Maps
G.Campbell Esqr.
001.13 A River which rises in Kilsyth in Stirlingshire & flows into the Clyde near Glasgow. It flows into the Clyde near Glasgow. It Forms the western boundary of this parish & has several Bridges & Cauls on it. There is an aqueduct at Maryhill by which the Forth & Clyde Canal passes over it. The new Railway (Glasgow Dumbarton & Helensborough) crosses the Kevin at Maryhill by a Bridge 60 feet high with 9 arches.

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Lanarkshire No. 21. Maryhill Parish

Transcriber's notes

1. Situation - Acre Plantation and River Kelvin, Trace 5.

2. Situation - Manse, Trace 6

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