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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GLEBE BURN Glebe Burn
Glebe Burn
Glebe Burn
Glebe-bu
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
Statistical Acct.[Account] of Lanarkshire
027.06 This stream is very insignificant, it springs from surface water on the glebe land ( from which it is supposed to have derived its name) and falls into a stream which runs into the river Medwin
MANSE [Walston] Manse
Manse
Manse
Manse
Manse
Manse
Revd [Reverend] James Wilson
Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
Statistical Acct.[Account] of Lanarkshire
Johnston's County Map dated 1816
Forrest's County Map
027.06 This building was erected in 1789 it is two storeys in height , slated and in good repair. The glebe land which is attached to the manse contains 9 acres and is valued about £12 per annum
WALSTON PLACE Walston Place
Walston Place
Walston Place
Walston Place
John Stoddart Esq.[Esquire]
Revd [Reverend]James Wilson Mr George Clark
Mr Joseph Murray
027.06 A large farm steading including offices, dwelling house two storey in height, slated, offices one storey in height partly thatched and slated & all in good repair. Property of John Stoddart Esqr.[Esquire]

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