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OS1/24/19/16

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WOLF CRAIGS Wolf Craigs
Wolf Craigs
Wolfield Craigs
Wolfield Craigs
R. Gordon Esq Halmyre
Alexander Dunlop Shepherd Hareshaw
Johnston's Co. [County] map
Armstrong's Co. [County] map
001 [Situation] In the N W. [North West] end of the parish of Linton adjoining the boundary

Some small precipitous rocks, on each side of the County boundary; they are situated a little to the South west of West Cairn Hill, and on the Baddinsgill farm. The property of Richard Gordon Esq. Halmyre. Tradition states that the last wolf seen in Scotland, was killed here.
WHITE CRAIG HILL White Craig Hill
White Craig Hill
R. Gordon Esq Halmyre
Alexander Dunlop Shepherd Hareshaw
001 [Situation] In the N W. [North West] portion of the parish of Linton

A small ridge, the surface of which is rocks, and Rocky Heathy Pasture. It is situated on Baddinsgill farm. The property of R. Gordon Esq. Halmyre. There is a hill on the adjoining farm of Cairnmuir that bears the same name.

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Parish of Linton -- Sheet 1 Plan 16 -- Trace 4

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