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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CAMP (Remains of) [Cocklaw Hill] Camp(remains of)
Camp( remains of)
Camp (remains of)
Revd [Reverend]James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
027.15 The remains of a British camp of the usual circular form, situated on the summit of Cocklaw Hill; it consists of a rampart and ditch both of which can be distinctly traced its diameter within the rampart is 77 yards and to the outer edge of the ditch is 88 yards
ELSRICKLE Elsrickle
Elsrickle
Elsrickle
Elsrickle
Elsrickle
Elgerith
Elgirig
Elgerigill
Mr Adam Wyld
Revd [Reverend]James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
Statistical Acct[Account] of Lanarkshire
Ancient modes of writing the name given in the Statistical Account of Lanarkshire
027.14 A small straggling village situated at the southern extremity of the parish, it is composed generally, of one storey, thatched houses, and inhabited principally by weavers and agricultural labourers, the houses are generally in good repair, it contains a Free Church, a school, but neither Post Office or Inn and but one small shop for the sale of groceries. The principal proprietor is William Allan Woddrop Esqr[Esquire]

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