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OS1/21/52/42

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BARTIEBEITH BRIDGE Bartiebeith Bridge
Bartiebeith Bridge
Bartiebeith Bridge
Bartiebeith Bridge
Bartiebeith
J. Milne Canal Supt.[Superintendant]
James Murdoch proprietor of Bartiebeith
M. Thompson Lock ~Manager
Meikleham's Map
007.10 An immoveable wooden bridge over the Monkland Canal named, like the other bridges on this canal, from the nearest property The property from which this is taken is in Old Monkland Ph. [Parish] about seven chains east of the bridge. The best authorities for the mode of spelling are given.
GLENDUFFHILL (continued) See Continued entries

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Glenduffhill (continued)007.10 The origin for such a name as Glenduffill is not known. The name given by the majority of the authorities is even used by the proprietor, as well as every other good authority. Whatever may have bee the original mode of spelling for the anme it is almost certain to retain the "H" in future.

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