List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr. Ballingall
Valuation Roll 1858. 1859.
Johnston's County Map
Stobie's County Map
131 A well built farm house and steading situated at the south west corner of the Ph. [Parish] on the Banks of the Forth, The property of the, Curators of G. W. Graham Meiklewood, Tenanted by James McQueen
Burnbank Burn
Mr. Ballingall,
Mr. Peter Cameron,
125 ; 131 A small stream rising at the north west corner of the Ph. [Parish] and flowing southwards falls into the Forth, near to Arnieve
TOMBSTONE (1647) [Burbbrae Cottage] Tombstone, 1647.
Tombstone, 1647.
Mr. Ballingall Statistical Account. 131 In an enclosed piece of Land, once an orchard a short distance to the south of Burnbank Cottage, is to be seen a Tombstone bearing the following Inscription "Here lyes the corpes of Margaret Drummond Third daughter to the Laird (of Invermay.) and (spouse to) Sir George Muschet of Burnbanke: Her Age 26: Departed this life in the wisitation, with her three children at Burnbanke, the 10 of August 1647. The caracter are quite distinct and easily read, Burnbank was once a seperate Barony, and the Property of the family of Muschet, the house stood close to the garden wall of Burnbank Cottage, in the vicinity of the orchard, which accounts for the grave,

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