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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BROOMY LAW Broomy Law
Broomy Law
Broomy Law
Broomy Law
Broomy Law
Broomylaw
Laurence Brown Esqr
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr. Joseph Murray
Johnston's County Map dated 1816
Forrest's County Map
Statistical Acct[Account] of Lanarkshire
027.15 A small portion of a middling sized, and prominent hill. This hill is in five different parishes viz. Walston, Dolphinton, Biggar, Kirkud & Skirling, the portion in the ph[Parish of Walston is the property of Allan Woddrop Esqr[Esquire]
EASTYETTS Eastyetts
Eastyetts
Eastyetts
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson Mr George Clark
Mr. Joseph Murray
027.15 A row of cothouses consisting of three tenement, one storey, thatched and in bad repair, a newly erected outhouse not yet roofed, together with the ruin and another is connected with the cothouses, it was originally a farmsteading . Property of William Allan Wooddrop Esqr[Esquire]
MAGGIE'S KNOWE Maggie's Knowe
Maggie's Knowe
Maggie's Knowe
Maggie's Knowe
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson
Mr John Watson Factor
Mr George; Clark
Mr. Joseph Murray
027.15 A small knoll planted with Fir, so called from the circumstance of a person named Maggie having once had a house on it in which she resided. Property of William White Esqr[Esquire]

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