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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COUL Coul
Coul
Coul
Coul
P.B. Smeaton Esqr
James Smeaton, Easter Coul
Mr Andrew Christie
Valuation Roll for 1857-8
118 A gentleman's seat with offices and pleasure ground attached. The dwelling house is two storeys high, and is, as well as the offices slated. P.B. Smeaton Tenant & Proprietor
BLACK SWILTH Black Swilth
Black Swilth
Black Swilth
P.B. Smeaton Esqr
James Smeaton
Mr P Lawrence Stationer Auchterarder
118 A large deep linn on the Pairney Burn, formed by the junction of the Green Burn. It is surrounded by perpendicular rocks, and can only be approached at the lower end
DALRY BURN Dalry Burn
Dalry Burn
Dalry Burn
P.B. Smeaton Esqr Coul
Mr James Christie Brewer Auchterarder
Mr John Moies, Thorn
118 A small Stream rising in the Ochil Hills about 3½ miles south of Auchterarder village, and flowing in a northern direction untill it falls into the Ruthven Water near Fosswell Law Mill It only bears the name of Dalry Burn from where the Auchterarder & Glen Deoon Road crosses until its mouth

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County of Perth. Ph. [Parish] of Auchterarder. Sheet 118-3.

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