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OS1/25/61/15

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DRUMBURN Drumburn
Drumburn
Drumburn
Mr. Sinclair Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster Muckart
Archibald Blyth Muckart
James Mailer Upper Yetts Muckart
128 [Situation] In the N. [North] eastern portion of the parish A Small farm Steading with a farm of arable land attached there are also two labourers Cottages on the farm, The tenant is William Harley. The proprietor is Alexander Haig Esqr. Blairhill
MOSS OF MUCKART Moss of Muckart
Moss of Muckart
Moss of Muckart
Moss of Muckart
Moss of Muckart
Mr. Sinclair Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster Muckart
Archibald Blyth Muckart
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Ferguson
Several of the inhabitants in Muckart
Valn. [Valuation] Roll 1857-8
128 [Situation] In the N. [North] eastern portion of the parish This name applies to a small district including two farms with their respective farmsteading each respectively Call Wester Moss and Nether Moss. The one occupied by John Thomson the other by Henry Sinclair. There are also two or three Cottar houses. The property of Alexander Haig Esqr. Blairhill.
Note - The name is popular and well known.

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Parish of Muckart -- Sheet 128 No. 13 Trace 4 & 5

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