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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WALLACETOWN WOOD Wallacetown Wood Rev [Reverend] Mr Kirkwood B. [Bridge] of Earn
John Isdale Esqr. Wallacetown
110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the
This name applies to a woody hill at the east end of Moncreiffe Hill. Tradition asserts that Sir William Wallace frequently dwelt in this neighbourhood. Hence the name.
WALLACETOWN Wallacetown Revd [Reverend] Mr Kirkwood B. [Bridge] of Earn
John Isdale Esqr. (occupier)
110 [Situation] In the east portion of the parish
This name applies to a commodious farm Ho. [House] & extensive offices attached. the property of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe.
WALLACETOWN COTTAGES Wallacetown Cottages Revd [Reverend] Mr Kirkwood B. [Bridge] of Earn
John Isdale Esqr. (occupier)
110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish
Two Comfortable Cottages belonging to the above farm, the residences of farm labrs [labourers] & property of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe
MARCHWELLS Marchwells John Isdale Esqr. Wallecetown
Robert Christie Wallacetown Cottages
110 [Situation] In the eastern portion of the parish
This name applies to Several old cottages adjoining the above, the residences of farm labourers & several indigent persons Supported by parochial relief. the property of Kiers Small esqr.

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