List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CARDOWAN COTTAGE Cardowan Cottage Cardowan Cottage Cardowan Cottage Andrew Yeats, Occupier R. Todd. South Mains J. Todd, Cardowan 007.06 A neat Cottage occupied by the Manager of the Coal Pits in the neighbourhood. The Name is well Known. The property of Mrs. Morrison.
LOCH [Provan Hall] Loch Loch Loch R. Mathers Pr. [Proprietor] R. Todd, South Mains J. Reid, Manager 007.06 A small Loch a short distance South of Provan Hall. It is like the other Lochs in this parish being flooded in rainy seasons.
PROVANHALL Provanhall or Provanhall Rows Provanhall or Provanhall Rows Provanhall or Provanhall Rows R. Todd Pr. [Proprietor] J. Reid Manager of Pits James Gray, Overseer 007.06 Rows of Colliers dwelling houses one Story high, having a Provision Store & a School attached. They were Originally put up by Wilson & Shanks about 25 years ago. Reid & Stewart are the present Lessees. They are commonly called "Provanhall", The proprietor of the ground, & manager of the Pits, are indifferent whether they are termed "Rows" or not. There are at present No other Colliers' dwellings on Provanhall. The name applies as far as a house on Trace 1. 8-10 at a little distance from the Smithy on the side of the Parish Road.
SOUTH MAINS South Mains South Mains South Mains R. Todd Pr. [Proprietor] R. Mathers, Provan Hall A. Wilson, North Mains 007.06 A good Farm Steading occupied by the proprietor R. Todd. It formerly belonged to Provan Hall.

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