List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PARKHEAD Parkhead Peter Robb, Chapelton
Andrew Muir, Mason
Sketch of Roads by [--]
Co [County] Map
010 A Small farm Comprising 50 acres of arable land with Suitable dwelling house and outhouses in indifferent repair. It is the property of Mr Gloag and occupied by William Allison
^Coalston Hall
Peter Robb, Chapel [Chapelton]
Andrew Muir, Mason
Sketch of Roads by [--]
James Cochrane Esq Harb [Harburn] [--]
^Co [County] Map
010 A Row of Cottages and a Smithy on the Estate of Hermand they are situated on the roadside and are in tolerable repair The name was applied by Lord Hermand in consequence of the Smithy Dander being a Scots term for clinkers from a forge or other incombustible materials

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List of Names collected by 2nd Corpl [Corporal] William Rogers RS [Royal Sappers] & Miners
Plan 10C Trace 2
[Object for Parkhead] A Farm
[Object for Danderhall] Cottages
[Parish] W [West] Calder
[Signed] William Rogers 2nd Corpl [Corporal] RS [Royal Sappers & Miners]

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