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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Clinkert Hill
Clinkert Hill
Clinkert Hill
Clincart Hill
Ure's History of Rutherglen
J.R. Reid Esqr.
William C. Wallace, Bearland
Map of pariliamentart Bh. [Borough]
George Crawford Town Clerk
010.04 A hill on the south of Rutherglen adjoning Wardlaw Hill on the east side. Like the latter, it rises, & is steepest from the north side. It extends on the west to Mill Street, but runs in a more southerly direction than Wardlaw Hill. The name is written on the table or highest part.The origin of the name cannot be discovered but it is very well known in the neighbourhood. The last authority is given from anaolgy - "Clincart" farm in Cathcart Parish.
Ruther House
Mr. W. Scott Pr. [Proprietor]
George Ranken, Gardener
010.04 A superior dwelling house recently built & named, occupied by the proprietor Mr. W. Scott. This house is on Clinkert Hill
Overton Villa
Overton Villa
Mr. S. Baker Pr. [Proprietor]
J. Falford, Foerman of Gold Manuf. [Manufactory]
Valuation Roll
010.04 A superior cottage on the south east of Clinkert Hill. There is a house, south of the dwelling used by the proprietor for beating gold into leaf etc. used for guilding. The proprietor is Mr. S. Baker.

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