List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BACK O' BRAE WELL Back o' brae Well Back o' brae Well Inscription on walls of Well R. Todd Pr. [Proprietor] 007.06 A well in a field north west of "South Mains", walled round to prevent cattle, from dirtying it. With the exception of the inscription there is nothing remarkable connected with this well. the water being supplied from drains. The inscription bears the following. "Back O' brae Well, Erected in 1857 by R. Todd"
BISHOP LOCH Bishop's Loch Bishop's Loch Bishop's Loch Bishop Loch Estate Maps Meikleham's Map J. Robertson Esqr. See Name Sheets of "Cadder" Ph. __ [Parish] 007.06 A large Loch in Old Monkland Parish. the north & west sides forming the Boundaries between Old Monkland & Cadder, & Shettleston & Old Monkland. It is flooded in wet Seasons to the extent shewn on Examination Traces.
GARTNOD Gartnod Gartnod Gartnod Meikleham's Map J. Campbell, Manager A. Wilson, North Mains 007.06 A Farm Steading occupied by Farm servants in the employ of the proprietor. J. Robertson Esqr.
NORTH MAINS North Mains North Mains North Mains Andrew Wilson Pr. [Proprietor] R. Todd, South Mains R. Mathers, Provan Hall 007.06 A good Farm Steading, formerly belonging to the Lands of Provan Hall. Occupied by the proprietor. A. Wilson.

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