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OS1/26/12/75

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SPANGO BURN Spango Burn
Spango Burn
Spango Burn
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown
James Crawford Esqr
Mr. Chalmers Majeston
001.15 A Stream rising near Islamill and flowing Southwards receives the water of numerous small rills from the highlands on either side, and falls into the Kip near Auchness Bridge.
AUCHNESS BRIDGE Auchness Bridge
Auchness Bridge
Auchness Bridge
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown
Mr. Cairns
Mr. Chalmers
001.15 A substantial Bridge of one Arch across Spango Burn, near its junction with Kip Water, kept in repair by the Ph. [Parish] Road Trustees.
KIP WATER Kip Water
Kip Water
Kip Water
Kip Water
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown
D Crawford Esqr
James Crawford Esqr.
Co. [County] Map
001.15 A large stream having its source in the moors and the bdy. [boundary] between Ayr & Renfrewshire where it is called 'Rotten Burn', it there received the name of 'Shaws Water' for a short distance (now included in Shaws Reservoir) and finally is called 'Kip Water' from where it issues from these Reservoirs until it falls into the Firth at Innerkip while passing the farm of Dunrod it is sometimes called 'Dunrod Burn' but the Authorities given think that this name should not be written.

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