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OS1/21/58/11

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
AULD KIRK WA'S Auld Kirk Waas
Auld Kirk Wa's
Auld Kirk Wa's
Old Kirk Wa's
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
Statistical Acct[Account] of Lanarkshire
027.07 A perpendicular rock on the west side of Black Mount, a very few stunted hazel bushes are found on it, the only specimens in the parish. The derivation of the name cannot be obtained.
CRAW KNOWE Craw Knowe
Craw Knowe
Ceaw Knowe
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
027.10 A small heathy knoll on the farm of King's knowe, in which there is a whinstone quarry the stone of which is extensively used for road metal. It is not known how the name originated. Property of Sir Norman Lochart
HA' BURN Ha' Burn
Ha' Burn
Ha' Burn
Ha'-burn
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
Statistical Acct.[Account] of Lanarkshire
027.06 A small stream which collects from surface water near the base of Black Mount, and after running along a narrow gravelly bed for about thirty chains falls into a drain on the farm of Walston Place.

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Header: Parish of Walston 11

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Ha' Burn has a situation of 027.10 and 06 on the page but only 027.06 on the Transcription Grid. Notification sent.

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