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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLEHILL PLANTATION Castlehill Plantation Mr Mather, Factor
Mr Gilmour, proprietor
Robert Currie Bar: [Baron] Officer
017.09 A small plantation on the Castlehill farm - well known by the name supplied - contains a Tumulus.
BOGSIDE BRAE Bogside Brae Mr Mather, Factor
Robert Currie Bar: [Baron] Officer,
John Bracon, Senr. [Senior]
017.09 This brae is on the Bogside farm, and extends across the Mearns road a little south of the Humbie Bridge
TUMULUS [Castlehill Plantation] Tumulus Mr Mather. Factor
Robert Currie Bar: [Baron] Officer
017.09 A small & nearly circular prominence in the centre of the Castlehill plantation; Considered by the most intelligent persons in the parish to be a roman antiquity - a tumulus -
PLUMB BURN Plumb Burn Robert Currie Bar: [Baron] Officer,
John Bracon Senr. [Senior]
William Mather, Farmer
017.09 A small burn having its source in the Bonyton Moor; and flowing in a N [North] Easterly direction through several farms, empties itself into the Earn Water.

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