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Renfrewshire volume 12

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/26/12/1 GOUROCK Gourock Gourock Gourock Gourock Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esq County Map James Alexander Esq 001.04 A large village on the shores of the Firth of Clyde about three miles south west from Greenock entirely feued from the estate of Major Darroch. The original part of the village fronts Gourock Bay. from Gourock Burn to Kempock Point, and in 1694 was erected into a Burgh of Barony by charter from King William & Queen Mary. It is now greatly extended especially towards the south west,where there is a great number of handsome villas occupied principally during summer by gentlemen and their families from Glasgow etc. Near Kempock Point there is an excellent Pier where Steamers call at all states of the Side. In the village there an an Established Church & School a Free Church & School, an United Presbyterian Church and a school of Industry, three Hotels and numerous other Public Houses. A number of the inhabitants are employed in Fishing and in working in the extensive whinstone and Sandstone Quarries in the neighbourhood and a great number derive a livliehood from letting apartments to, and supplying the wants of the numerous visitors who frequent the village during the summer months,
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OS1/26/12/3 ASH BURN Ashburn Ashburn Ashburn Anthony Hannay Esq William Robertson Esq Merchant James Alexander Esq Greenbank 001.04; 001.08 A handsome marine Villa situated at the S [South] Western extremity of Gourock occupied by A Hannay Esq
OS1/26/12/3 ASHBURN Ash. Burn Ash. Burn Ash. Burn A Hannay Esq Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esq Factor 001.04 A Small Stream rising chiefly on the farm of Diverts and bearing this name from the farm Steading till it falls into the Firth of Clyde near Ashburn
OS1/26/12/3 CRAGBURN Cragburn Cragburn Cragburn Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esq William Robertson Esq 001.04 A neat villa near Ashburn belonging to Mrs Wyllie
OS1/26/12/3 [Page] 3 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] I.4.T. [Trace] 4 Crag. Crage Craig - The neck The throat Jamieson
OS1/26/12/4 GEORGE PLACE [Gourock] George Place George Place George Place Name painted on House Mr Puller Hillside James Alexander Esq 001.04 This name applies to 5 Houses, near the S [South] West end of Gourock.
OS1/26/12/4 MOUNTPLEASANT Mountpleasant Mountpleasant Mountpleasant Name painted on gate post Mr Gourley Mount Blow James Alexander Esq 001.04 This name applies to 3 very neat houses on the west side of Terrace Road Commanding an extensive view of the Firth and surrounding scenery.
OS1/26/12/4 TERRACE ROAD [Gourock] Terrace Road Terrace Road Terrace Road R Salmond Esq H Brown Esq Ashford Gourlay Esq Mount Blow 001.04 This name applies to the road at the foot of Barr Hill from the end of Bath Street to Mount Pleasant.
OS1/26/12/4 [Page] 4 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] I.4. T. [Trace] 4 [Surveyors remark George Place] It is a Place JW
OS1/26/12/5 HILLSIDE HOUSE Hillside House Hillside House Hillside House Name painted on Gate post Mr Puller James Alexander Esq 001.04 A pleasantly situated House near George Place
OS1/26/12/5 HILLSIDE COTTAGE Hillside Cottage Hillside Cottage Hillside Cottage Name painted on Gate post Mr Kinross Mr Puller 001.04 A neat cottage and garden adjoining the above
OS1/26/12/5 HILLSIDE PLACE [Gourock] Hillside Place Hillside Place Hillside Place Name painted on house Mr Kinross Dr McKenzie 001.04 This name applies to 3 neat dwelling houses situated near "George Place"
OS1/26/12/5 BARR HILL Barr Hill Barr Hill Bar Hill Major Darroch Esq Robert Salmond Esq Gourley Esq 001.04 A hill a short distance east from Mount Pleasant. It rises very little on the east side, but is very steep covered with whin bushes on the side overlooking the village
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OS1/26/12/6 ASHFORD Ashford Ashford Ashford Hugh Brown Esq William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A neat villa adjoining Hillside Place belonging to Mr Brown
OS1/26/12/6 HAZELBANK Hazel Bank Hazel Bank Hazel Bank Name painted on gate post William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A neat house near Ashford belonging to Mr A Brown.
OS1/26/12/6 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] I. 4 T. [Trace] 4
OS1/26/12/7 MAYBANK May Bank May Bank May Bank William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A neat villa near Hazel Bank belonging to Mr Lamont.
OS1/26/12/7 THORNBANK Thorn Bank Thorn Bank Thorn Bank William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq Name painted on house 001.04 This name applies to 3 handsome dwelling houses . next to May Bank
OS1/26/12/7 CRAIGEND Craigend Craigend Craigend Craig - a rock William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq Robert Salmond Esq Jamieson 001.04 A very neat villa adjoining Thorn Bank occupied by the proprietor Mr Robertson
OS1/26/12/7 [Page] 7 Parish of Innerkip Sheet I. 4. T. [Trace] 4
OS1/26/12/8 JANEFIELD PLACE Janefield Place Janefield Place Janefield Place Name painted on House William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A handsome villa adjoining Craigend the property of Mr Lawson
OS1/26/12/8 WESTERN HOUSE Western House Western House Western House Name painted on House William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A very neat dwelling House adjoining Janefield Place
OS1/26/12/8 DRUMMOND HOUSE Drummond House Drummond House Drummond House Name painted on House William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A neat villa adjoining Western House
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OS1/26/12/9 CHURCH PLACE [Gourock] Church Place Church Place Church Place Name painted on house William Roberston Esqr. James Alexander Esqr. 001.04 This name applies to two dwelling houses immediately adjoing the UP [United Presbyterian] Church belonging respectively to Mr. Black and Mr. Turner
OS1/26/12/9 UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Gourock] Church (UP [United Presbyterian]) Church (UP [United Presbyterian]) Church (UP [United Presbyterian]) William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr.. 001.04 A substantial building used as a place of worship by the United Presbyterian congregation, of Gourrak
OS1/26/12/9 ROCKBANK HOUSE Rockbank House Name painted on House William Robertson Esqr. James Alexander 001.04 A neat Villa with ornamental ground attached opposite the UP [United Presbyterian] Church
OS1/26/12/9 [Page] 9 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.4 T. [Trace] 4 Church Place it is a Place
OS1/26/12/10 BEACH HOUSE Beach House Beach House Beach House A Hannay Esq William Roberston Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A neat villa on the shore adjoining Rockbank House, the property of Mr Be[...]
OS1/26/12/10 BEACH COTTAGE Beach Cottage Beach Cottage Beach Cottage A Hannay Esqr William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A very neat cottage adjoining Beach House, the property of Mr Turner
OS1/26/12/10 LADYBANK Lady Bank Lady Bank Lady Bank Name painted on house James Alexander Esq William Roberston Esq 001.04 A neat villa adjoining the UP [United Presbyterian] Church
OS1/26/12/10 [Page] 10 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.4 T. [Trace] 4 & 5
OS1/26/12/11 ALMA PLACE Alma Place Alma Place Alma Place Name on gate post William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A villa, adjoining "Lady Bank"
OS1/26/12/11 LAURELBANK Laurel Bank Laurel Bank Laurel Bank Name on House William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A villa, adjoining "Alma Place"
OS1/26/12/11 SEABANK Sea Bank Sea Bank Sea Bank Name on house William Robertson Esq James Alexander Esq 001.04 A villa adjoining "Laurel Bank"
OS1/26/12/11 [Page] 11 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.4 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/12 MOUNTBLOW Mount Blow Mount Blow Mount Blow - Gourlay Esqr. Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A neat villa at the northern base of Drumshantie Hill commanding a very extensive view of the surrounding scenery. belong to Mr. Gourlay.
OS1/26/12/12 CLYDEMOUNT Clyde Mount Clyde Mount Clyde Mount - Gourlay Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A neat villa adjoining the above the property of Mr. Allen.
OS1/26/12/12 BROOMBERRY COTTAGE Broomberry Cottage Broomberry Cottage Broomberry Cottage - Gourlay Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A cottage near Clyde Mount occupied by Mrs. Cross.
OS1/26/12/12 [Page] 12 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.4 T. [Trace] 5 [Surveyors note, Clydemount] it is not a mount.
OS1/26/12/13 BELLEVUE SPRINGBANK Bellevue Bellevue Bellevue Spring Bank Spring Bank Spring Bank Name painted on Gate post William Robertson Esqr. James Alexander Esq
OS1/26/12/13 ROCKPOINT Rock Point Rock Point Rock Point Name on Gate post William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A villa adjoining Bellevue
OS1/26/12/13 [Page] 13 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.4 T. [Trace] 5 Springbank. Correct, it is not a bank Rockpoint. Correct it is not a point.
OS1/26/12/14 WILLOWBANK Willow Bank Willow Bank Willow Bank Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A villa adjoining 'Rock Point'
OS1/26/12/14 CRAIGNEUK PLACE Craigneuk Place Craigneuk Place Craigneuk Place Name on Gate post William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A villa adjoining 'Willow Bank'
OS1/26/12/14 VIOLETGROVE Violet Grove Violet Grove Violet Grove Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A villa adjoining Craigneuk Place.
OS1/26/12/14 [Page] 14 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.4 T. [Trace] 5 [Surveyors note] Violet Grove - not a Grove. JG.
OS1/26/12/15 ROCKSIDE Rockside Rockside Rockside James Alexander Esqr William Robertson Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 A neat villa adjoining 'Violet Grove' the property of Miss Scott.
OS1/26/12/15 ROCKHILL HOUSE Rockhill House Rockhill House Rockhill House Name on Gate Post William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A villa adjoining 'Rockhill House'
OS1/26/12/15 ROCKSIDE PLACE Rockhill Place Rockhill Place Rockhill Place Name painted on Gate post William Robertson Esqr James Robertson Esqr 001.04 This name applies to 4 dwellings situated between Rockhill House and Park Place
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OS1/26/12/16 PARK PLACE Park Place Park Place Park Place Name painted on Houses William Robertson Esqr. James Alexander Esqr 001.04 This name applies to 2 dwelling houses between Rockside Place and Rock Cleft.
OS1/26/12/16 ROCKCLEFT Rockcleft Rockcleft Rockcleft Name painted on House William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A dwelling house adjoining Park Place.
OS1/26/12/16 FORTKEMPOCK Fort Kempock Fort Kempock Fort Kempock William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 This name applies to 3 dwelling houses [close] to the Shore at the west end of Kempock Street They received this name from a proprietor or builder, no Fort ever was at the Place.
OS1/26/12/16 [Page] 16 Parish of Inerkip S. [Sheet] 1.4 T. [Trace] 5 [Surveyors Note] Fort Kempock - it is not a Fort!
OS1/26/12/17 FORT PLACE Fort Place Fort Place Fort Place Name painted on house Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 This name applies to the houses on the opposite side of the Street to 'Fort Kempock'
OS1/26/12/17 KEMPOCK STREET [Gourock] Kempock Street Kempock Street Kempock Street Name posted on house Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 This name applies to a portion of the principal Street extending from Fort Place to the Corner near the Post Office.
OS1/26/12/17 WESTERN BANK OF SCOTLAND [Kempock St, Gourock] Branch of the Western Bank of Scotland Name painted on Window William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A house on the south East side of Kempock Street occupied as a Branch of the Western Bank of Scotland, and as a Savings Bank.
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OS1/26/12/18 KEMPOCK POINT Kempock Point Kempock Point Kempock Point Kempock Point Major Darrock Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr County Map 001.04 This name apples to the point of land between Gourock Bay and West Bay.
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OS1/26/12/19 KEMPOCK STONE Kempock Stone Kempock Stone Kempock Stone Major Darrock Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 This name applies to a large upright Stone about 6 feet high standing a short distance north from Gourock Castle, "At the western extremity of the village on the height above the Point of Kempock and not far from the shore, stands a rude Memorial Stone, obviously of great antiquity. It is highly probable this was raised in remembrance of some battle fought here at a very early period, most likely beyond the time to which the authentic histories, of this Country reach. The name which the point of land still retains confirms this supposition the word Kemp under varieties in spelling signifying a Battle, in all the northern languages which are of Gothic derivation, From "Swans Views of the Clyde"
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OS1/26/12/20 COASTGUARD STATION [nr Kempock Point] Coast Guard Station Coast Guard Station Coast Guard Station Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr William Robertson Esqr 001.04 A house near Kempock Point occupied by the persons employed as Coast Guards.
OS1/26/12/20 POST OFFICE [Gourock] Post Office Post Office Post Office Name Board Robert Salmond Esqr William Robertson Esqr 001.04 A house in Kempock Place occupied by the Post Offce.
OS1/26/12/20 GOUROCK CASTLE Gourock Castle Gourock Castle Gourock Castle Sea View Mr. Gourlay Robert Salmond Esqr William Robertson Esqr Major Darrock 001.04 An excellent house with extensive grounds attached, on the North west side of Bath Street near the Free Church
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OS1/26/12/21 FREE CHURCH [Gourock] Free Church Free Church Free Church Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 A commodious building on the East side of Bath Street, At present being Completed, and intended to be occupied as a place of Worship by the Free Church congregation.
OS1/26/12/21 MANSE [F.C., Gourock] Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr. 001.04 A neat building near to the Free Church occupied by the Revd. [Reverend] Mc.
OS1/26/12/21 FREE CHURCH SCHOOL [Gourock] Free Church School Free Church School Free Church School Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr. 001.04 A square building on the N. [North] West side of John Strret. It is occupied on the ground floor as a School room in Connexion with the Free Church, and above as a place of Worship by the members of that body until the new Church in Bath Street is finished.
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OS1/26/12/22 CHURCH [Gourock] Church (Established) Church (Established) Church (Established) Major Darrock Robert Salmond William Robertson Esqr. 001.04 A neat building on the S. [South] West side of Royal Street occupied as a place of worship by the members of the Established Church
OS1/26/12/22 SCHOOL [Barr St, Gourock] School School School Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. Gourlay William Robertson Esqr 001.04 A School on the south side of Bath Street & corner of Adelaide Street, in connexion with the Established Church
OS1/26/12/22 SCHOOL OF INDUSTRY [Gourock] School of Industry School of Industry School of Industry Name on house William Robertson Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr. 001.04 A building on the west side of Adelaide Street, chiefly used as a place of instruction for girls: in sewing etc.
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OS1/26/12/23 VIOLET GROVE Violet Grove Violet Grove Violet Grove Mr. Watson Propr. [Proprietor] William Robertson Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 A large house on the South side of Bath Street occupied by the proprietor Mr. Watson.
OS1/26/12/23 GAS WORKS [Adelaide St, Gourock] Gas Works Gas Works Gas Works Robert Salmond Esqr William Robertson Esqr. James Alexander Esqr 001.04 These works are situated on the East side of Adelaide Street, and are of sufficient extent to supply the Town and neighbouring villas with Gas.
OS1/26/12/23 COMMERCIAL HOTEL [Gourock] Commercial Hotel Commercial Hotel Commercial Hotel Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 An Hotel near the Pier occupied by Mr. Clark, Horses and Carriages can be obtained on hire, and an omnibus to Gourock starts from it.
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OS1/26/12/24 GEORGE HOTEL [Gourock] George Hotel George Hotel George Hotel Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 An Hotel at the corner of Hopeton Street occupied by Mr. Proudfoot Horses and Carriages can be obtained on Hire.
OS1/26/12/24 ROYAL ARMS HOTEL [Gourock] Royal Arms Hotel Royal Arms Hotel Royal Arms Hotel Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 An Hotel between Hopeton and John Streets, affording good accommodation and occupied by
OS1/26/12/24 PIER [nr Kempock Point] Pier Pier Pier William Robertson Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr. 001.04 A substantial Stone erection projecting into the Firth near Kempock Point. There is sufficient depth of water for Steamers Calling at all states of the Tide, Is the property of the "Gourock Harbour Company."
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OS1/26/12/25 HARBOUR [Gourock] Harbour Harbour Harbour Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr William Robertson Esqr 001.04 This name applies to that part of the Firth and Foreshore, partly enclosed by the Pier.
OS1/26/12/25 GOUROCK BAY Gourock Bay Gourock Bay Gourock Bay Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr William Robertson Esqr 001.04 A Bay affording good anchorage, immediately in front of Gourock and East from Kempock Point. It is also sometimes called 'East Bay'
OS1/26/12/25 WEST BAY West Bay West Bay West Bay William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 This name applies to the Bay west from Kempock Point and extending to near Mileburn Houses
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OS1/26/12/26 BATH STREET [Gourock] Bath Street Bath Street Bath Street Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr - Gourlay Esqr 001.04 This name applies to the Street or Road from Kempock Place past the Free Church to Broomberry Cottages
OS1/26/12/26 KEMPOCK PLACE Kempock Place Kempock Place Kempock Place Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr - Gourlay Esqr 001.04 This name applies to the Houses and [Spaces] in front, from Kemprock Street to the premises occupied by the Commercial Hotel.
OS1/26/12/26 ADELAIDE STREET [Gourock] Adelaide Street Adelaide Street Adelaide Street Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr - Gourlay Esqr 001.04 This name applies from Bath Street past the Gas Works to Hopeton Street
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OS1/26/12/27 HOPETON STREET [Gourock] Hopeton Street Hopeton Street Hopeton Street Name on house James Alexander Esqr. Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 This name applies from Shore Street past Adelaide Street, as far as the houses extend.
OS1/26/12/27 JOHN STREET [Gourock] John Street John Street John Street James Alexander Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr - Gourlay Esqr. 001.04 This name applies from Shore Street to Royal Street at the Free Church School.
OS1/26/12/27 CHURCH STREET [Gourock] Church Street Church Street Church Street James Alexander Esqr Robert Salmond Esqr Mr Laing Grocer 001.04 Extends from Royal Street to Shore Street at the Established Church.
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OS1/26/12/28 KING STREET [Gourock] King Street King Street King Street Name painted on Corner Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 Extends from Royal Street at West Lodge to Shore Street.
OS1/26/12/28 SHORE STREET [Gourock] Shore Street Shore Street Shore Street Robert Salmond Esqr Factor Greenock James Alexander Esqr. Mr. Paterson John Street 001.04 This name applies to the principal Street from the Commercial Hotel to the Bore Well near John's Place, part of it is sometimes Called 'Quay Street,' but Mr. Salmond (Factor for Major Darroch) wishes it all to be Called Shore Street.
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OS1/26/12/29 ROBIN PLACE Robin Place Robin Place Name painted on Royal Arms Hotel Mr Sloan occupier 001.04 This name applies to the Royal Arms Hotel in Shore Street.
OS1/26/12/29 HOPE PLACE Hope Place Hope Place Hope Place Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. Gourlay Mr. Paterson 001.04 This name applies to the Houses in Shore Street opposite to which it is written.
OS1/26/12/29 NEY PLACE Ney Place Ney Place Ney Place Name painted on house Robert Salmond Esqr. Mr. Gourlay 001.04 This name applies to the house in Shore Street in front of which it is written.
OS1/26/12/29 JOHN'S PLACE Johns Place Johns Place Johns Place Name painted on house Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. Robertson 001.04 This name applies to the house in Shore Street in front of which it is written
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OS1/26/12/30 DRUMSHANTIE HILL Drumshantie Hill Drumshantie Hill Drumshantie Hill Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr - Gourlay Esqr 001.04 A Hill of considerable elevation on the Estate of Gourock, near the Village. On the highest part there is a Tower, built by the late General Darroch, from which, the view obtained of the Firth and surrounding scenery is very extensive.
OS1/26/12/30 CRAIGMUSCHET QUARRY Craigmushet Quarry (Whinstone) Craigmushet Quarry (Whinstone) Craigmushet (Whinstone) Muschet Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr William Robertson Esqr. Signifying, notched or spotted. Jamieson 001.04 A Whinstone Quarry at the eastern bank of Drumshantie Hill, the stone obtained is of very excellent quality and is extensively used for paving the Streets of various places.
OS1/26/12/30 WEST LODGE [Gourock House] West Lodge West Lodge West Lodge Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 A neat Cottage at the western entrance to Gourock House, occupied by Mr.James
OS1/26/12/30 IVY COTTAGE Ivy Cottage Ivy Cottage Ivy Cottage Robert Salmond Mr. Gourlay 001.04 A neat Cottage near West Lodge.
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OS1/26/12/31 BURNSIDE COTTAGE Burnside Cottage Burnside Cottage Burnside Cottage Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. Gourlay James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A neat Cottage with garden attached near Gourock Burn belonging to Mr. Boyd.
OS1/26/12/31 BORE WELL Bore Well Bore Well Bore Well Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.04 A Spring of excellent water, in the side of Gourock Burn near Burnside Cottage. It issues from above 30 fathoms deep made for Coal in the year 1766.
OS1/26/12/31 BOREWELL LODGE Borewell Lodge Borewell Lodge Borewell Lodge Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 A neat Cottage at the entrance to Major Darroch's farm Offices.
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OS1/26/12/32 CARDWELLBAY Cardwell bay Cardwell bay Cardwell bay Name painted on house Mrs. Stewart propr. [proprietor] Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 Several house on the North side of the Road to Greenock near the Ph. [Parish] Boundary. They were built by the late Dr. [Doctor] Stewart and received this name from him.
OS1/26/12/32 JAMES PLACE James Place James Place James Place Name painted on house Robert Salmond Esqr Mrs. Stewart 001.04 Apples to the houses forming the westmost part of Cardwell bay.
OS1/26/12/32 CHARLES PLACE Charles Place Charles Place Charles Place Name painted on house Robert Salmond Esqr Mrs. Stewart 001.04 Applies to the houses situated between James place and Horatio Place
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OS1/26/12/33 HORATIO PLACE Horatio Place Horatio Place Horatio Place Name painted on house Mrs. Stewart Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 This name applies to the Eastmost houses of Cardwell bay
OS1/26/12/33 BAY PLACE Bay Place Bay Place Bay Place Name painted on house Mrs. Stewart Robert Salmond Esqr 001.04 This name applies to some dwelling houses on the opposite side of the road to Cardwell bay
OS1/26/12/33 ALMA VILLA Alma Villa Alma Villa Alma Villa Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr. Mr. Gourlay 001.04 A very neat villa with Garden etc attached a short distance east from Cardwellbay
OS1/26/12/33 DRUMMOND COTTAGE Drummond Cottage Drummond Cottage Drummond Cottage Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. Gourlay 001.04 A neat Cottage with garden etc, adjoining Alma Villa and near the Boundary between the Parishes of Innerkip and Gourock.
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OS1/26/12/34 BERRY BURN Berry Burn Berry Burn Berry Burn Robert Salmond Esqr Miss Liddel Berry Bank Mr. Melvin Ashton 001.04 A small Stream rising partly on the farm of Coves & partly on Auchneagh and bearing this name from where it nearly joins the Ph. [Parish] Boundary and it falls into the Firth at Drummond Cottage
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OS1/26/12/35 [Page] 35 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.4 No -- // -- Turnpike and Parish Roads No. 1 -- From Ashton to Rock Cleft -- Width of 30 feet from S. [South] East wall Claimed by Turnpike Rd [Road] Trustees, No. 2 -- From Rock Cleft to Gourock Burn -- The whole of Kempoch Street and 30 feet from walls of the houses in Shore Street claimed by the Turnpike Road Trustees No. 3. -- From Hillside Place to Broomberry Cottage -- From fence to fence Claimed by Parish Road Trustees No. 4 -- From Broomberry Cottage to T.P. [Turnpike] Road near the Pier -- Whole of Bath Street Claimed by Parish Road Trustees. No. 5 -- From Bath St. to Hopeton St. -- The Whole of Adelaide St Claimed by Parish Road Trustees. No. 6 -- Hopeton Street -- The Whole of Hopeton St. Claimed by Parish Road Trustees. No. 7 -- From Royal St. to Shore St. -- The whole of John Street Claimed by the Parish Road Trustees. No. 8 -- From Royal St. to Shore St. -- The whole Church St. Claimed by Parish Road Trustees. No. 9 -- From Royal St. to Shore St. -- The whole of King St. Claimed by Parish Road Trustees. No. 10 -- From West Lodge to Free Church School -- The whole of Royal Street Claimed by Parish Road Trustees.
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OS1/26/12/37 CLOCH LIGHTHOUSE Cloch Lighthouse Cloch Lighthouse Cloch Lighthouse Mr. Crawford Factor Gourock Mr. D. Haddow Cloch Ferry House Mr. Crawford Underheugh 001.06 An elegant structure on Cloch Point about 6 miles SW [South West] from Gourock, It consists of a circular tower which rises from the High Water linie to the height of about 80 feet, & adjoining this on the east there is a comfortable dwelling house the residence of the person who has the charge of keeping the lamps in order
OS1/26/12/37 CLOCH COTTAGE Cloch Cottage Cloch Cottage Cloch Cottage Mr. Crawford Mr. Haddow Mr. Crawford 001.06 A small cottage and garden near the Lighthouse
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OS1/26/12/38 CLOCH POINT Cloch Point Cloch Point Cloch Point Mr. Crawford Mr Haddow Mr. Ross Ardgowan 001.06 This name applies to a projecting point of foreshore on which the Lighthouse is situated. The Cloch Point is the termination of the jurisdiction of the Water bailie of [Glasgow]
OS1/26/12/38 CLOCH PLANTATION Cloch Plantation Cloch Plantation Cloch Plantation Mr. Crawford Greenock Mr. Haddow Mr. Crawford 001.06 An extensive Plantation of Mixed wood, extending from Cloch Ferry House about ¼ mile South from the Lighthouse.
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OS1/26/12/39 LEVEN CASTLE Leven Castle Leven Castle Leven Castle Laven Castle Mr. Crawford Factor Gourock Mr John Stevenson Trumpet hill Mr. Haddow Cloch Ferry Ho [House] County Map 001.07 A handsome Marine Villa with offices Garden and ornamental ground attached near the ruins of 'Leven Castle'
OS1/26/12/39 LEVEN HOUSE Leven House Leven House Leven House Mr. Crawford Mr. John Stevenson Mr. Haddow 001.07 A very neat villa with offices Garden and ornamental ground attached the property of and occupied by Mrs. McInroy. On the Shore about 10 Chains NE [North East] from the House there is a very remarkable point formed by the junction of two Whinstone or Trap dykes, near the Low Water line
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OS1/26/12/40 EASTERLEVEN Easter Leven Easter Leven Easter Leven Mr. Crawford Mr. Boag Mr. Stevenson 001.07 A small farm house & steading short distance S [South] West from Gourock, property of Sir M. S Stewart Bart. [Baronet] and occupied by Mr. Boag.
OS1/26/12/40 TRUMPETHILL Trumpet hill Trumpet hill Trumpet hill Mr. Crawford Mr John Stevenson Tenant Mr. Boag 001.07 A farm house and steading etc SW [South West] from Easter Leven, belonging to Sir M S Stewart and occupied by Mr. John Stevenson.
OS1/26/12/40 MILEBURN HOUSE Mileburn House Mileburn House Mileburn House James Alexander Esqr Greenbank William Robertson Craigend Mr. Robert Salmond Greenock 001.07 This name applies to two excellent dwelling houses, at the western extremity of Gourock, they are the property of Mr Burnet Secretary to the Glasgow Water Company.
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OS1/26/12/41 BERRYBANK Berry Bank Berry Bank Berry Bank Name on Gate Post & House Mr. James Alexander Mr. William Robertson 001.07 This name applies to 4 Cottages adjoining Mileburn House.
OS1/26/12/41 WHITEBANK White Bank White Bank White Bank Name painted on Gate Post Mr. James Alexander Mr. William Robertson 001.07 A comfortable dwelling House adjoining Berry Bank.
OS1/26/12/41 CLOCH FERRY HOUSE Cloch Ferry House Cloch Ferry House Cloch Ferry House Mr. Crawford Mr. Haddow Mr. John Stevenson 001.07 A large house, about 2¾ miles S [South] West from Gourock occupied by Mr. Haddow It derives the name from being near the landing place of a Ferry Boat, which sometimes plies between this place and Dunoon, for the transport of Passengers Cattle etc. The Ferry is now little used
OS1/26/12/41 [Page] 41 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.7 T. [Trace] 3 & 4 Cloch Ferry House. doubtful! [ ]
OS1/26/12/42 FAULDS Faulds Faulds Faulds Mains Mr. Crawford Mr. John Stevenson Mr. Haddow County Map 001.07 A neat farm house and steading about ¼ mile West from Leven Castle, the property of Sir M.S. Stewart and occupied by Mr. James Holmes.
OS1/26/12/42 GLENLEVEN COTTAGE Glenleven Cottage Glenleven Cottage Glenleven Cottage Mr. Crawford Mr. John Stevenson Mr. Haddow 001.07 An elegant Cottage near Leven Castle the property of John Prichard Esqr
OS1/26/12/42 LEVEN BURN Leven Burn Leven Burn Leven Burn Mr. Crawford Mr. Haddow Mr. John Stevenson 001.07 A small Stream rising chiefly on the farm of Wester Leven and bearing this name from the Pond till it falls into the Firth near Leven Castle.
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OS1/26/12/43 LEVEN CASTLE (In Ruins) Leven Castle (In Ruins) Leven Castle (In Ruins) Leven Castle (In Ruins) Lavan Castle Castle of Levan Mr. Crawford Mr. Stevenson Mr. Haddow Full. [Fullerton's ] Gazetteer Origines Parochials Scotiae 001.07 The ruins of this Castle stand on the right bank of the Leven Burn, about 1/8 of a mile from when it falls into the sea. The Castle appears to have consisted of two square towers joined together at a Corner where there is the appearance of a Circular Staircase having been, the walls are still pretty entire but the roof is entirely off.
OS1/26/12/43 [Page] 43 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.7 T. [Trace] 5 "On an eminence, overlooking the Coast, stand the ruins of a large square tower, Called Leven Castle. The lands of Leven of old, belonged to a family named Morton, from which they passed, in 1547, to the noble house of Sempill." Full. [Fullerton's] Gazetteer] "Upon the North western stands the ruins of the Castle of Leven, the Ancient possession of a family of Morton, which failed in Adam Morton of Leven, 1547. Origines Parochiales Scotiae page 87
OS1/26/12/44 WESTERLEVEN Weter Leven Wester Leven Wester Leven Mr. Crawford Mr. Stevenson Mr. Boag 001.07 A small farm house and steading, on the west side of Leven Burn; about ¼ of a mile S [South] East from Leven Castle, the property of Sir M.S. Stewart.
OS1/26/12/44 TRUMPETHILL QUARRY Trumpethill Quarry (Sandstone) Trumpethill Quarry (Sandstone) Trumpethill Quarry (Sandstone) Mr. Crawford Mr. Stevenson Mr Boag 001.07 An extensive Quarry of excellent Sanstone; on the farm of Trumpethill
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OS1/26/12/45 GREENBANK Green Bank Green Bank Green Bank Green Bank James Alexander Esqr Porpr. [Proprietor] Mr. Melvin William Robertson Esqr Name painted on house 001.08 Two excellent dwelling house adjoining Ashton belonging to Mr. Alexander.
OS1/26/12/45 IVYBANK Ivy Bank Ivy Bank Ivy Bank Mr. Kilpatrick Gourock James Alexander Esqr Name on House 001.08 A handosme villa adjoining Greenbank the property of Mr. Kilpatrick.
OS1/26/12/45 SPRINGHILL Spring Hill Spring Hill Spring Hill Name painted on Gate Post James Alexander Esqr William Robertson Esqr 001.08 This name applies to the excellent dwelling houses adjoining Ivy Bank.
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OS1/26/12/46 ASHTON Ashton Ashton Ashton Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr. Greenock James Alexander Esqr. Greenbank 001.08 This name applies properly to the first 9 houses west from Ash Burn, although in speaking of it, people generally include all the houses from Ash Burn west to Mileburn House under the name of Ashton.
OS1/26/12/46 ASHTON TERRACE Ashton Terrace Ashton Terrace Ashton Terrace Robert Salmond Esqr. James Alexander Esqr. Mr. Melvin Ashton 001.08 A row of Cottages at the South side of Ashton.
OS1/26/12/46 ASH BURN Ash Burn Ash Burn Ash Burn Robert Salmond Esqr James Alexander Esqr A Hannay Esqr 001.04; 001.08 A small Stream rising principally on the farm of Diverts and bearing this name from near the farm Steading till it falls into the Firth at Ashton
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OS1/26/12/47 BRAEFACE HOUSE Braeface House Braeface House Braeface House Name painted on house William Robertson James Alexander Esqr. 001.08 A neat Villa adjoining Mavis Bank
OS1/26/12/47 ROSEBANK Rose Bank Rose Bank Rose Bank Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.08 A large villa adjoining Braeface House
OS1/26/12/47 VICTORIA PLACE Victoria Place Victoria Place Victoria Place Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.08 A villa adjoining Rose Bank
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OS1/26/12/48 THORNBANK COTTAGE Thornbank Cottage Thornbank Cottage Thornbank Cottage Mrs. McKinnon James Alexander Esqr William Robertson Esqr. 001.08 A neat Cottage or villa adjoining Spring Hill
OS1/26/12/48 FLOWERBANK Flower Bank Flower Bank Flower Bank Revd. [Reverend] Mr Sandie Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr 001.08 Two dwelling houses adjoining Throbank Cottage
OS1/26/12/48 MAVISBANK Mavis Bank Mavis Bank Mavis Bank Mavis Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Sandie A truth - Jamieson 001.08 A neat Cottage adjoining Flower Bank
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OS1/26/12/49 THRUSHILL Thrushhill Thrushhill Thrushhill Mrs. Simpson Mr. Broadfoot Diverts Willam Robertson Esqr 001.08 A Cottage or Small farm house near Braeface Villa, belonging to & occupied by Mr. Simpson.
OS1/26/12/49 DIVERTS Diverts Diverts Diverts Divert Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Estate Map Co. [County] Map 001.08 A farm house and offices near Ashton belonging to Major Darroch
OS1/26/12/49 MIDTOWN Midtown Midtown Midtown Major Darroch Robert Simpson Esqr Estate Map 001.08 A farm house and offices belonging to Major Darroch, near Diverts
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OS1/26/12/50 SEAVIEW Sea View Sea View Sea View Name painted on house William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr 001.08 A large villa adjoining Victoria Place
OS1/26/12/50 WHITEBANK White Bank White Bank White Bank Name painted on Gate Post James Alexander Esqr. William Robertson Esqr 001.08 This name applies to two Villas a short distance west from Sea View
OS1/26/12/50 BRAEFACE VILLA Braeface Villa Braeface Villa Braeface Villa William Robertson Esqr James Alexander Esqr Mr Gourlay 001.08 A neat Villa a short way south from Braeface House Commanding a fine view of the Firth etc.
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OS1/26/12/51 GOUROCK HOUSE Gourock House Gourock House Gourock House Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Estate Map 001.08 A commodious Mansion House near the Eastern end of Gourock, the property and residence of Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/51 TOMB [Gourock House] Tomb Tomb Tomb Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr 001.08 A very neatly finished building near Gourock House, in which the remains of General Darroch and other members of the family are interred
OS1/26/12/51 EAST LODGE [Gourock House] East Lodge East Lodge Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr 001.08 A neat Cottage at the eastern entrance to Gourock House
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OS1/26/12/52 DRUMSHANTIE Drumshantie Drumshantie Drumshantie Drumshanty Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Estate Map County Map 001.08 A farm house and offices about ¼ mile West from Gourock House, the property of Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/52 COPPER MINE (Disused) [NT Drumshantrie] Copper Mine (disused) Copper Mine (disused) Copper Mine (disused) Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Estate Map 001.08 A quarry or mine surrounded with a quantity of Refuse from which Copper ore was wrought previously to 1785.
OS1/26/12/52 GOUROCK BURN Gourock Burn Gourock Burn Gourock Burn Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Estate Map 001.08 A Stream rising in the moors of Auchmede and Drumshantie Farm and flowing past Gourock House falls into Gourock Bay near the East end of the Village.
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OS1/26/12/53 ROUGH PLANTATION Rough Plantation Rough Plantation Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. McNeil 001.08 A plantation of mixed wood near Coves farm Steading bearing this name
OS1/26/12/53 COVES Coves Coves Coves Coves Cove Major Darroch Robert Simpson Esqr Estate Map Mr McNeil Tenant Co. [County] Map 001.08 A farm house and Steading a short distance east from Gourock House belonging to Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/53 COVES QUARRY Coves Quarry (Sandstone) Coves Qyarry (Sandstone) Robert Salmond Esqr Mr McNeil 001.08 A large Sandstone Quarry on Coves farm near the Steading
OS1/26/12/53 COVES BURN Coves Burn Coves Burn Coves Burn Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. McNeil 001.08 A small Stream gathering on Coves farm and bearing this name from a little above the Steading till it falls into the sea near Cardwell Bay.
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OS1/26/12/54 Site of GOUROCK CASTLE (Site of) Gourock Castle Major Darroch Site pointed out by him J Weddell 001.08 "The old Castle of Gourock or Finnart [Stewart] the manorial residence of the ancient [and] superior stood at the distance of about ½ a mile South East from the Village, no part of its ruins however now remain, it was taken down and entirely removed about 1747 when the present house of Gourock was built. A handsome Bridge across a small rivulet has been recently erected almost at the spot where the old Castle [stood]" From "Swans Views on the Clyde" Major Darroch told me that a few stones which are seen near the edge of the Burn are part of the original foundation.
OS1/26/12/54 [Page] 54 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.8 T. [Trace] 2 "Above the Village of Gourock Stood a Castle of the same name, the principal messuage of the barony of Finnart Stewart, which in the reign of James II, by the forfeiture of the Earl of Douglas, came to Stewart of Castlemilk." Origines Parochial Scotiae
OS1/26/12/54 The text referred to in the description is, 'Swan's Views of the Watering Places on the Clyde' John M. Leighton, Author. Illustrated and Published by Joseph Swan,1830.
OS1/26/12/55 AUCHNEARN (Ruin) Auchnearn (in ruins) Auchnearn (in ruins) Robert Salmond Esq. Mr Taylor 001.08 The ruins of a small farm house near Larkfield.
OS1/26/12/55 MID AUCHNEAGH Mid Auchneugh Mid Auchneugh Auchneugh Robert Salmond Esqr. John Matthew Estate Map 001.08 A farm house and Steading about ¾ of a mile South East from Gourock House occupied by Mr. John Matthew
OS1/26/12/55 LONG CRAIG The Long Craig The Long Craig The Long Craig Robert Salmond Esqr Miss Matthew Estate Map 001.08 A precipice in some places of considerable height, on the farm of Auchneagh.
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OS1/26/12/56 BERRY BURN Berry Burn Berry Burn Berry Burn Miss Liddel Berrybank Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. Melvin Ashton 001.08 A small Stream rising on the farm of Coves and Auchneagh, and bearing this name from where it enters this [plan] it falls into the firth near Drummond Cottage.
OS1/26/12/56 EAST AUCHMADE East Auchmade East Auchmade East Auchmade Major Darroch Estate Map Robert Salmond Esqr 001.08 A farm house and Steading a mile S. [South] West from Gourock House belonging to Major Darroch and occupied by Mr William Thom.
OS1/26/12/56 LARKFIELD Larkfield Larkfield Larkfield Major Darroch Estate Map Robert Salmond Esqr 001.08 A farm house and Steading about a mile South from Gourock House occupied by Mr. Taylor
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OS1/26/12/57 UNDERHEUGH Underheugh Underheugh Underheugh D Crawford Esqr Factor Mr Crawford Tenant Jack Co. [County] Map 001.10 A neat farm house and offices about 1 mile North from Ardgowan House, belonging to Sir MS Stewart Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/26/12/57 PORT HILL Port Hill Port Hill Port Hill Mr. Crawford Underheugh Mrs. Crichton Mukle Cloch D. Crawford Esqr 001.10 An eminence covered with mixed wood, near Underheugh farm Steading.
OS1/26/12/57 PICKET STONE Picket Stone Picket Stone Mr. Crawford Underheugh D. Crawford Esqr 001.10 A very large Stone on the road side, a short distance South from Cloch Lighthouse, Mr. Crawford did not know the origin of this name but said that he had always heard it called the Picket Stone or Stane
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OS1/26/12/58 BLACK ROCKS Balck Rocks Black Rocks Mr Crawford Underheugh D Crawford Esqr 001.10 This name applies to some projecting rocks of very dark coloured whinstone on the Shore west from Underheugh farm Steading
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OS1/26/12/59 UNDERHEUGH (Ruin) Underheugh (in ruins) Underheugh (in ruins) Underheugh (in ruins) Mr. Crawford farmer Mr. Crawford Factor Mr. John Broadfoot, Leitchland 001.11 The ruins of a small farm house on the lands of Underheugh, a short distance east from the present steading.
OS1/26/12/59 TANNEL HILL Tannel Hill Tannel Hill Mr. Crawford Underheugh Mr. Crawford Factor 001.11 An eminence with a Trig [Trigonometrical] Station on it, near the South Eastern extremity of Cloch Plantation.
OS1/26/12/59 ECHOING ROCKS Echoing Rocks Echoing Rocks Echoing Rocks Mr. John Broadfoot Mr. Crawford. Factor 001.11 A ledge of rocks of considerable height, near the northern extremity of the Meikle Cloch farm. They have a slight echo hence the name.
OS1/26/12/59 [Page] 59 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.11 T. [Trace] 1 & 2 Cloch Plantation See Name Sheets of 1.6
OS1/26/12/60 BURNEVEN HILL Burneven Hill Burneven Hill Mr. John Broadfoot Mr. Crawford Factor 001.11 A hill with a Trig Stn. [Trigonometrical Station] on it on the farm of Leitchland, The view obtained from its summit of the Firth and and surrounding Countryside is extensive.
OS1/26/12/60 GALLOW HILL Gallow Hill Gallow Hill Gallow Hill Mr. John Broadfoot Mr. Kelso Flatterton Mr. Crawford Greenock 001.11 A small green hill on the farm of Leitchland, a short distance north from the steading.
OS1/26/12/60 BANKS Banks Banks Banks Mr. Crawford Mr. Broadfoot Mr. Simpson Tenant 001.11 A recently erected farm house and Steading about 2 miles North East from Innerkip. the property of Sir MRS Stewart Bart. [Baronet].
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OS1/26/12/61 WELLYARD Wellyard Wellyard Wellyard Mr. Crawford Greenock Mr. Scott Tenant Mr. Arbuckle Creswell 001.11 A farm house and steading on Ardgowan Estate about 1½ mile north by east from the village of Innerkip.
OS1/26/12/61 HOWFORD GLEN Howford Glen Howford Glen Howford Glen Mr. Kelso Mr. Broadfoot Mr. Crawford 001.11 A Glen traversed by a small Stream near Cresswell farm house.
OS1/26/12/61 CRESSWELL Cresswell Cresswell Cresswell Mr. Crawford Mr. Arbuckle Mr. Broadfoot Co. [County] Map 001.11 A neat farm house and Steading on the west side of the turnpike road to Greenock about 1½ mile North by East from Innerkip, the property of Sir M R S Stewart Bart. [Baronet]
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OS1/26/12/62 LEITCHLAND Leitchland Leitchland Leitchland Mr. Crawford Greenock Mr. Broadfoot Tenant Mr. Kelso 001.11 A farm house and Steading about 1¾ mile north east from Innerkip belonging to Sir M.R.S. Stewart Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/26/12/62 FLATTERTON Flatterton Flatterton Flatterton Flatterton Mr Crawford Mr. Broadfoot Mr. Kelso Tenant Co. [County] Map 001.11 A farm house and steading near Leitchland also on the Ardgowan Estate
OS1/26/12/62 BARGANE HILL Bargane Hill Bargane Hill Bargane Hill Mr. Crawford Mr. Broadfoot Mr. Kelso 001.11 This name applies to a Hill or ridge of elevated land about a mile North by east from Innerkip part of it is covered with plantation and the remainder is excellent green pasture.
OS1/26/12/62 [Page] 62 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.11 T. [Trace] 6 Bargane. A fight, a battle, a skirmish. Jamieson.
OS1/26/12/63 WELLYARD Wellyard Wellyard Wellyard Mr Crawford Greenock Mr Scott Tenant Mr Arbuckle Cresswell 001.11 A farm house and Steading on Ardgowan estate about 1½ mile north by east from the village of Innerkip.
OS1/26/12/63 HOWFORD GLEN Howford Glen Howford Glen Howford Glen Mr Kelso Mr Broadfoot Mr Crawford 001.11 A Glen traversed by a small Stream near Cresswell farm house.
OS1/26/12/63 CRESSWELL Cresswell Cresswell Cresswell Cresswell Mr Crawford Mr Arbuckle Mr Boradfoot Co [County] Map 001.11 A neat farm house and Steading on the west side of the Turnpike road to Greenock about 1½ mile North by east from Innerkip, the property of Sir M R S Stewart Bart [Baronet].
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OS1/26/12/64 CRESSWELL CHAPEL (In Ruins) Cresswell or Cresswell Chapel (in Ruins) Cresswell or Cresswell Chapel (in Ruins) Cresswell or Cresswell Chapel (in Ruins) Christwell Christwell Mr. Crawford Greenock Mr. Arbuckle Mr. Broadfoot Fullertons Gazetteer 1842 Chalmers Caledonia 001.11 About 1¼ mile north east from the Village of Innerkip the road to Greenock passes through the ruins of the building. A portion of the walls is still Standing on each side of the road. "At Christwell there stood a Chapel which was founded in the reign of Robert III and was endowed with lands in this Parish. [Fullertons Gazetteer] Mr Crawford told me that Christwell was the original name of this place and that about 60 years ago the road was made through the old building, but how long it had been in ruins previously to that time he could not say.
OS1/26/12/64 [Page] 64 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.11 T. [Trace] 6 The chapel at Christwell was founded in the Reign of Robert III, And endowed with a considerable extent of lands between the lands of Sprangock, and those of Lavan; and with some lands adjacent to the Chapel Chalmers Caledonia Vol 3. p. [page] 843.
OS1/26/12/65 WEST AUCHMADE West Auchmade West Auchmade West Auchmade Braeside W. [West] Auchenmade Estate Map Major D Darroch Mr. Robert Salmond Greenock Mr. Thom East Auchmade Co. [County] Map 001.12 A farm house and Steading about 2 miles south from Gourock, the property of Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/65 EARN HILL Earn Hill Earn Hill Earn Hill Mr. Broadfoot Leitchland Mr. Shearer Gateside Mr. Crawford Greenock 001.12 Am eminence bearing heathy pasture on the farm of Banks.
OS1/26/12/65 DRUMILLAN HILL Drumillan Hill Drumillan Hill Drumillan Hill Drumod Hill Mr. Broadfoot Mr. Kelso Flatterton Mr. Crawford Co. [County] Map 001.12 A small partly cultivated Hill on the farm of Flatterton, a farm steading called Drumillan formerly stood near this eminence
OS1/26/12/65 [Page] 65 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.12 T. [Trace] 1 Earn Hill. Ern, Erne, Eirne, Earn, The eagle. Jamieson. Drumillan Hill. Drum, An Knoll. A ridge. Jamieson.
OS1/26/12/66 WHIN HILL Whin Hill Whin Hill Mr. Shearer Mr. Salmond 001.12 A small knowe covered with whins on the farm of West Auchmade.
OS1/26/12/66 ISLAMILL Islamill Islamill Islamill Ela Mill Mrs. Simpson Major Darroch Estate Map Co. [County] Map 001.12 A very small farm house on the south side of the Turnpike Road to Greenock belonging to Major Darroch
OS1/26/12/66 RAVENSCRAIG Ravenscraig Ravenscraig Ravenscraig Ramscraig Runscraig Mr. Salmond Mr. William Boag Tenant Mr. John Broadfoot Estate Map Co. [County] Map 001.12 A farm house and steading near Islamill the property of Major Darroch, the farm takes this name from some very precipitous rocks near the South western boundary
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OS1/26/12/67 BRANCHTON Branchton Branchton Branchton Mr. Tweedie Tenant Mr. Mathew Smithston Mr. Salmon 001.12 A farm house and Steading on the South side of the Turnpike Road to Greenock about 3 miles from Innerkip. The property of Major Darroch
OS1/26/12/67 SMITHSTON Smithston Smithston Smithston Mr Mathew Estate Map Major Darroch 001.12 A small farm house and Steading near Branchton, also belonging to Major Darroch
OS1/26/12/67 BLACK HILL Black Hill Black Hill Mr. Mathew Mr. Salmon 001.12 This name applies to a small hill or brae on the farm of Smithston.
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OS1/26/12/68 FLATTERTON MILL (Corn) Flatterton Mill (Corn) Flatterton Mill (Corn) Flatterton Mill (Corn) Mr. Crawford Mr. Kelso Mr. Broadfoot 001.12 A Mill for Grinding Corn near the farm house of Flatterton. the property of Sir MSR Stewart Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/26/12/68 KINGSTON Kingston Kingston Kingston Mr. Crawford Mr. Wardie Mr. Salmon 001.12 A farm house and steading occupied by Mr. Wardie, in the south side of the Turnpike Road to Greenock about 2 miles from Innerkip.
OS1/26/12/68 HOLE OF SPANGO Hole of Spango Hole of Spango Hole of Spango Mr. Crawford Mr. Salmon Mr. Shearer 001.12 A very deep and rocky Glen bearing this name situated a short distance South west from the farm house of Spango.
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OS1/26/12/69 SPANGO Spango Spango Spango Mr. Crawford Mr. Shearer Mr. Wardie 001.12 A farm house and Steading in the South side of the Turnpike Road to Greenock the property of Sir M S Stewart.
OS1/26/12/69 RAVENS CRAIG Ravens Craig Ravens Craig Ravens Craig Hawks Rock Mr. Salmon Mr. Crawford Mr. Broadfoot Mr. Boag Ravenscraig 001.12 This name applies to these distinct ledges of rock, or precipices, near the Southwestern boundary of the farm of this name.
OS1/26/12/69 RESERVOIR [two, Shaws Waterworks, Killochend] Reservoir No. 3 Reservoir No. 4 Mr. Morrison Plan of Shaws Waterworks 001.12 Reservoirs on the farm of Killochead belonging to the 'Shaws Water Co. [Company]' and used for supplying the town of Greenock with Water.
OS1/26/12/69 [page] 69 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 1.12 T. [Trace] 4 & 5 Spang - The act of springing with elastic force a leap Spangie - An animal fond of leaping. A game played by boys with Marbles. Jamieson.
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OS1/26/12/71 LUNDERSTON BAY Lunderston Bay Lunderston Bay Lunderston Bay Lunderston Bay Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown manse Innerkip James Crawford Esqr Greenock David Crawford Esqr Greenock Co. [County] Map 001.14 This name applies to the Bay, a short distance N.E. [North East] from Ardgowan, it takes the name from the lands of Lunderston, which overlook it on the South West.
OS1/26/12/71 ARDGOWAN POINT Ardgowan Point Ardgowan Point Ardgowan Point Ardgowan Point David Crawford Esqr James Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Co. [County] Map 001.14 This name applies to the foreshore to between Innerkip and Lunderston Bay
OS1/26/12/71 THE LAIRD'S DYKE The Lairds Dyke The Lairds Dyke The Lairds Dyke David Crawford Esqr James Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 001.14 A rough wall of large Stones extending to the LWM [Low Water Mark] at the Southern extremity of Ardgowan Point.
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OS1/26/12/72 CROWHILL WOOD Crowhill Wood Crowhill Wood Crowhill Wood James Crawford Esqr Mr. McGregor Forrestor Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 001.14 A plantation of mixed wood a Short distance S. [South] West from Ardgowan
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OS1/26/12/73 LUNDERSTON Lunderston Lunderston Lunderston Mr. John Jamieson Pr. [Proprietor] D Crawford Esqr Factor Greenock Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Manse Innerkip 001.15 A good dwelling house and outbuildings finely situated on the rising north from Ardgowan & commanding an extensive prospect, belonging to and occupied by Mr. Jamieson
OS1/26/12/73 LOW LUNDERSTON Low Lunderston Low Lunderston Low Lunderston Mrs. Malcolm Jamieson D. Crawford Esqr. Revd. [Reverend] Mr Brown 001.15 A neat cottage and garden near the above occupied by Mr. M. Jamieson.
OS1/26/12/73 NORTH LODGE [Ardgowan] North Lodge North Lodge North Lodge D. Crawford Esqr. Mr. Ross Farm Steward Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 001.15 A very neat Cottage at the northern entrance gate to Ardgowan, occupied by the Gamekeeper
OS1/26/12/73 [Page] 73 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.5 T. [Trace] 1
OS1/26/12/74 BARGANE PLANTATION Bargane Plantation Bargane Plantation Bargane Plantation D. Crawford Esqr. Mr. Ross Mr. Cairns Dunrod 001.15 An extensive plantation of mixed wood a short distance N.E. [North East] from Ardgowan
OS1/26/12/74 BANKFOOT Bankfoot Bankfoot Bankfoot Bankfoot D. Crawford Esqr Mr. Ross Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Co. [County] Map 001.15 An excellent dwelling house and extensive farm offices, occupied by Mr. Ross, Steward on the home farm of Ardgowan.
OS1/26/12/74 [Page] 74 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 2 Bargane - A fight, battle a Skirmish Jamieson Bargane Hill See name sheets for 1.11
OS1/26/12/75 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.
OS1/26/12/75 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.
OS1/26/12/75 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.
OS1/26/12/75 [Page] 75 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 3
OS1/26/12/76 ARDGOWAN CASTLE (Ruin) Ardgowan Castle (Remains of) Ardgowan Castle (Remains of) Ardgowan Castle (Remains of) D. Crawford Esqr James Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 001.15 The remains of this Castle, consist of a square Tower of considerable height and still in a very good state of preservation. It is situated a short distance S.W. [South West] from the present Mansion of Ardgowan, on the edge of a precipice, and commands an extensive view of the surrounding scenery.
OS1/26/12/76 [Page] 76 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15.0 T. [Trace] 4 "The house of Ardgowan situated on the western shore, about a mile from the church. Consists of an old square tower, with several lower modern additions." Origines Parochiales Scotiea. p. [page] 88 no modern additions on the ground J.C.G "There is an old tower, the venerable remnant of the ancient Mansion house of Ardgowan; also, a very old and venerable looking bridge lying across the Dunrod Burn, a Stream flowing down to Innerkip. These are both curious relics and well worthy of preservation." New Statistical Account. page 526. "Near the house (Ardgowan) there is an ancient square tower, probably a portion of the Castle of Innerkip, which was held by the English in the times of Robert Bruce." Full. [Fullerton's] Gazetteer.
OS1/26/12/77 ARDGOWAN Ardgowan Ardgowan Ardgowan Ardgowan Ardgowan D. Crawford Esqr Factor Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown James Crawford Esqr Co. [County] Map New Statistical Acct. [Account] 001.15 An extensive and very elegant building pleasantly situated on rising ground near the shore and surrounded with ornamental grounds. The property and residence of Sir M R S Stewart Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/26/12/77 CHAPEL [Ardgowan] Chapel Chapel Chapel D Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown James Crawford Esqr. 001.15 A private Chapel in connexion with the English Church, recently erected and to be used as a place of worship by the Ardgowan family.
OS1/26/12/77 [Page] 77 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 4
OS1/26/12/78 EAST LODGE [Ardgowan] East Lodge East Lodge East Lodge D Crawford Esqr Mr. Ross Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 001.15 A neat Cottage at the Eastern entrance to Ardgowan.
OS1/26/12/78 BRIDGEND Bridgend Bridgend Bridgend D Crawford Esqr Mr. Ross Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 001.15 Several Houses with gardens attached, on the road side a short distance N.E. [North East] from Innerkip chiefly occupied by the labourers of Ardgowan Estate.
OS1/26/12/78 BELL ROCKS Bell Rocks Bell Rocks Grey Rocks Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. Paterson Longhill 001.15 A conspicuous ledge of grey rock, near the south west end of Idzholm Hill, they received this name from the fine echo occasioned by the ringing of the Bell of the old Ph. [Parish] Church, Mr. Brown told me that the echo was so distinct that, for a person standing mid way between the Rocks and the Church, it was difficult to say at which the Bell was placed.
OS1/26/12/78 [Page] 78 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/79 IDZHOLM HILL Idzholm Hill Idzholm Hill Idsholm Idsom James Crawford Esqr. Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Old Map of Innerkip, 1741 County Map 001.15 A very steep wooded Hill on the Estate of Ardgowan a short distance East from the House, and forming a very fine feature in the landscape.
OS1/26/12/79 IDZHOLM PLANTATION Idzholm Plantation Idzholm Plantation Idzholm Plantation Mr. McGregor Mr Ross Revd. [Reverend ] Mr Brown 001.15 A large Plantation of mixed wood on Idzholm Hill, extending from Bridgend to Bankfoot.
OS1/26/12/79 DUNROD GLEN Dunrod Glen Dunrod Glen Dunrod Glen Mr. Cairns Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown D Crawford Esqr. 001.15 A very steep Glen covered with natural Wood & traversed by the Kip Water. The name applies from the Roman Bridge to the junction of Spango Burn with the Kip
OS1/26/12/79 [Page] 79 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 5 & 6
OS1/26/12/80 DUNROD Dunrod Dunrod Dunrod D Crawford Esqr Mr. Cairns Tenant Mr. Chalmers 001.15 A good farm house and steading on the Eastside of Dunrod Glen, the property of Sir MRS Stewart Bart [Baronet]
OS1/26/12/80 MILLHOUSE Millhouse Millhouse Millhouse Millhouse D Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. Wardin Tenant Co. [County] Map 001.15 A cottage & Garden at the Roman Bridge occupied by Mr. Wardin, A Mill, formerly used for dressing wool & Flax, is near it from which probably the name has arisen.
OS1/26/12/80 MAJESTON Majeston Majeston Majeston Majesty D Crawford Esqr Mr Chalmers Tenant Mr. Wardin Co. [County] Map 001.15 A good farm house and Steading a short distance East from the Roman Bridge, the property of Sir M Stewart and held in lease by Mr. Chalmers.
OS1/26/12/80 [Page] 80 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 6
OS1/26/12/81 ROMAN BRIDGE [Kip Water] Roman Bridge Roman Bridge Roman Bridge D Crawford Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. Chalmers 001.15 A very narrow ancient looking Bridge of one arch over the Kip Water about ¾ of a mile above the junction of Spango Burn. It is universally known in the locality by this name.
OS1/26/12/81 [Page] 81 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 6 "There is an old tower, the venerable remnant of the ancient mansion house of Ardgowan; also, a very old and venerable looking bridge lying across the Dunrod Burn, [Kip Water] a Stream flowing down to Innerkip. These are both curious relics, and well worthy of preservation" New Statistical Account page 526
OS1/26/12/82 Site of DUNROD CASTLE [Site of) Dunrod Castle [Site of) Dunrod Castle [Site of) Dunrod Castle D Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr Cairns, Tenant, pointed out the Site JW 001.15 All that remains to mark the site of this Castle is a slightly raised grass grown mound covering the foundations, and situated on the Eastern side of Dunrod Glen. The building has long since been removed by the farmers and the stones used for the purpose of building fences
OS1/26/12/82 [Page] 82 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.15 T. [Trace] 6
OS1/26/12/83 SCROGGY BANK Scroggie Bank or Hill Scroggie Bank or Hill Mr. James Laird Kellockend Robert Salmon Esqr 001.16 A rocky eminence (with a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station on it) on the farm of Kellochend.
OS1/26/12/83 MCNOBLE HILL McNoble Hill McNoble Hill McNoble Hill Estate Map Robert Salmon Esqr Mr. James Laird 001.16 A small heath covered hill on Kellochend farm near the N. [North] West end of Loch Thom.
OS1/26/12/83 DUNROD SPRING Dunrod Spring Dunrod Spring Dunrod Spring Mr. Cairns, farmer Dunrod Mr. Chalmers Majeston Mr. Scott Shielhill 001.16 An exceedingly strong spring of excellent water at the southern base of Dunrod Hill near Shielhill farm house
OS1/26/12/83 [Page] 83 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.16 T. [Trace] 3 & 4 Scroggy, Skroggy Stunted. abounding with stunted bushes or brushwood - Jamieson
OS1/26/12/84 SHIELHILL GLEN Shielhill Glen Shielhill Glen Shielhill Glen Mr. Chalmers Mr Scott Mr Wardin 001.16 A very steep and in some places rocky Glen near Shielhill farm House, through which the Kip Water flows.
OS1/26/12/84 CAULDRON HILL Cauldron Hill Cauldron Hill Cauldron Hill Mr. Chalmers Mr. Scott Mr. Broadfoot Leitchland 001.16 A small rocky hill rising abruptly on the farm of Kingston, near the northern base of Dunrod Hill.
OS1/26/12/84 LAVEROCKHOUSE HILL Laverockhouse Hill Laverockhouse Hill Laverockhouse Hill Mr. Chalmers Mr. Scott Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 001.16 This name applies to the highest part of Dunrod Hill Situated a short distance N. [North] West from Shielhill farm house.
OS1/26/12/84 [Page] 84 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.16 T. [Trace] 4 & 5 Kip Water See Name Sheets of 1.15 [001.15]
OS1/26/12/85 EAST HILL East Hill East Hill East Hill Mr. Chalmers Mr. Wardin Mr. Scott 001.16 A heathy covered hill at the south western extremity of Dunrod Hill
OS1/26/12/85 HILLSIDE HILL Hillside Hill Hillside Hill Hillside Hill Mr. Chalmers Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown D Crawford Esqr 001.16 A rocky heath covered hill at the Eastern side of Dunrod Hill, It is very steep on the East side but falls gradually away towards the north and west.
OS1/26/12/85 WATERMAN'S HOUSE Watermans House Watermans House Watermans House Plan of Shaws Water Works Mr. Morison Manager 001.16 A Cottage and garden near the western extremity of the Shaws Waters Cos. [Companies] East Reservoir, occupied by the person having charge of the Sluices etc.
OS1/26/12/85 [Page] 85 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.16 T. [Trace] 5 & 6 Compensation Reservoir. See name sheets of V.4 [005.04]
OS1/26/12/86 DUNROD HILL Dunrod Hill Dunrod Hill Dunrod Hill Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown D Crawford Esqr Mr. Chalmers 001.16 An extensive range of high lying ground about 2 miles north east from the village of Innerkip, very steep on the west; south, and east sides, but falling gradually towards the north, There are several seperate tops or hills for the summits of which a very extensive and varied prospect of the surrounding Country is obtained.
OS1/26/12/86 [Page] 86 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 1.16 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/87 NORTH AUGHNEAGH North Auchneagh North Auchneagh North Auchneagh Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Mr. Mathew Fancy farm 002.05 A farm house and Steading about ¾ of a mile South East from Gourock Ho. [House] belonging to Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/87 AUCHNEAGH HOUSE Auchneagh House Auchneagh House Auchneagh House Mr. Mathew Robert Salmond Esqr. 002.05 An excellent dwelling house about 1 mile South east from Gourock House, occupied by the proprietor James Ferguson Esqr.
OS1/26/12/87 FANCYFARM Fancy Farm Fancy Farm Fancy Farm Major Darroch Robert Salmond Esqr Estate Maps 002.05 A farm house and steading near Auchneagh House, belonging to Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/87 [Page] 87 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 2.5 T. [Trace] 1 & 4
OS1/26/12/88 GATESIDE Gateside Gateside Gateside Robert Salmond Esqr Estate Map Mr. Mathew 002.05 A small farm house on the side of the Parish road to Greenock, a short distance South East from Auchneagh House.
OS1/26/12/88 [Page] 88 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 2.5 T. [Trace] 4
OS1/26/12/89 YELLOW HILL Yellow Hill Yellow Hill Mr. Howie Mr. Salmon 002.09 A small green hill on the lands of Penny farm a short distance South from the farm Steading
OS1/26/12/89 WEST BURN West Burn West Burn Mr. Salmon Mr. Crawford 002.09 A stream at the Eastern boundary of Innerkip Ph. [Parish] flowing in a North Easterly direction and bearing this name from Hole farm Steading till it enters Greenock parish
OS1/26/12/89 HOLE BURN Hole Burn Hole Burn Hole Burn Mr. Crawford Mr. Salmon Mr. Howie 002.09 A small Stream rising in the moors at the boundary between Greenock & Innerkip Parishes & forming the boundary for a short distance. It bears the name from the Aqueduct to the Hole farm Steading, where it is called 'West Burn'
OS1/26/12/89 HOLE GLEN Hole Glen Hole Glen Hole Glen Mr. Crawford Mr. Salmon Mr. Howie 002.09 A deep wooded Glen traversed by Hole Burn.
OS1/26/12/89 RESERVOIR [two, Shaws Waterworks, Killochend] Reservoir No. 5 Reservoir No. 6 Mr. Morrison Plan of Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Works 002.09 Reservoirs on Killochend farm, belonging to the 'Shaws Water Co. [Company]'
OS1/26/12/89 [Page] 89 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 2.9 T. [Trace] 1 & 4 & 5
OS1/26/12/90 BUNSTON KNOWE Bunston Knowe Bunston Knowe Bunston Knowe Mr. Mathew Smithston Mr. Crawford Greenock Mr. Salmon Greenock 002.09 A small hill on the farm of Smithston, bearing this name
OS1/26/12/90 COCKROBIN HILL Cockrobin Hill Cockrobin Hill Cockrobin Hill Mr. Mathew Mr. Howie Mr. Laird 002.05 An eminence with a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station on it near the northern boundary of Killochend farm
OS1/26/12/90 PENNYFARM Pennyfarm Pennyfarm Pennyfern Pennyfern Mr. Salmon Mr. Howie Estate Map 1803 Johnson's Co. [County] Map 002.05 An excellent farm house and Steading on the south side of the Turnpike road to Greenock, the property of Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/90 SHAWS WATER AQUEDUCT Aqueduct Aqueduct Aqueduct Shaws Water Aqueduct Shaws Water Aqueduct Shaws Water Aqueduct Mr. Morrison Greenock Plan of Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Works Mr. Salmon Mr. Morrison. Manager D. Crawford Esqr. New Statistical Account. 002.09 An artificial water course, between 6 & 7 miles in length, for conveying the water from the Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Reservoir to the Town of Greenock.
OS1/26/12/90 [Page] 90 Parish of Innerkip S. [Sheet] 2.9 T. [Trace] 1
OS1/26/12/91 WHITE HILL White Hill White Hill White Hill Mr. James Laird, Killochend Robert Salmon Esqr Factor 002.13 An eminence bearing rough pasture a short distance north from the old farm steading of Shaws.
OS1/26/12/91 JOCK'S HILL Jocks Hill Jocks Hill Mr. James Laird Robert Salmon Esqr 002.13 A heathy covered eminence about ¼ S. [South] by East from the above.
OS1/26/12/91 ROUND HILL Round Hill Round Hill Mr. James Laird Robert Salmon Esqr 002.13 A small hill of a circular shape about 1/3 of a mile North from Killochend Farm Steading
OS1/26/12/91 [page] 91 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 2.13 T. [Trace] 1
OS1/26/12/92 SHAWS ( In Ruin) Shaws (in Ruins) Shaws (in Ruins) Shaws (in Ruins) Mr James Laird Robert Salmon Esqr Estate Map 002.13 The ruins of a small farm steading the property of Major Darroch, when the 'Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Great Reservoir' was formed the greater part of the arable land of this farm was covered, the houses were then allowed to fall in ruins, and the remainder of the land joined to the farm of Killochend
OS1/26/12/92 KILLOCHEND Killochend Killochend Killochend Robert Salmond Mr. James Laird Tenant Estate Map 002.13 A small farm Steading at the North Eastern end of the SW Cos. [Shaws Water Companies] Great Reservoir the property of Major Darroch.
OS1/26/12/92 GREAT RESERVOIR OR LOCH THOM Shaws Water Co. [Companies] Great Reservoir Loch Thom Shaws Water Great Reservoir James Crawford Esqr. Robert Salmon Esqr Mr. Morrison Manager 002.13 An extensive Reservoir about 2 Miles North from the Town of Greenock, belonging to the 'Shaws Water Co. [Company]' and formed for the purpose of supplying water power to drive the machinery of the various Mills at that Town. The water, on leaving this Reservoir enters a smaller one from which an Aqueduct leads to Greenock. The people in the locality, almost unversally, call it Loch Thom, from the name of the Engineer that laid it off.
OS1/26/12/92 [Page] 92 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 2.13 T. [Trace] 1,4 & 5
OS1/26/12/93 ELLENBANK Ellenbank Ellenbank Ellenbank Revd. [Reverend Mr. Brown Manse Mr. McIntyre Cliff Cottage Mr. Sutherland Teacher F. Ch. [Free Church] 005.02 A Villa with garden attached, a short distance west from the Village of Innerkip the property of Mr. Muir.
OS1/26/12/93 WOODSIDE COTTAGE Woodside Cottage Woodside Cottage Woodside Cottage Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Miss Ewen 005.02 A Cottage and garden, near Ellenbank & occupied by Miss Ewen
OS1/26/12/93 CLIFF COTTAGE Cliff Cottage Cliff Cottage Cliff Cottage Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.02 A Cottage and garden, west from the above, occupied by Mr. McIntyre
OS1/26/12/93 [Page] 93 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.2 T. [Trace] 3 Kip Water See Name Sheets for 1.15
OS1/26/12/94 COMMON CRAIG Common Craig Common Craig Common Craig Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.02 A precipice overlooking the garden and Turnpike Road a short distance west from Cliff Cottage.
OS1/26/12/94 COMMONCRAIG T.P. Commoncraig T.P. [Turnpike] Commoncraig T.P. [Turnpike] Mr. McIntyre Mr. McGregor Forrester 005.02 A Toll Bar a short distance south from Common Craig from which it takes its name.
OS1/26/12/94 COMMONCRAIG PLANTATION Commoncraig Plantation Commoncraig Plantation Commoncraig Plantation Mr. McGregor Mr. Fairbairn Innerkip Mr. Miller Berfern 005.02 A plantation of mixed wood on the south and east side of the Turnpike Road. the name applies from Cliff Cottage to about 20 Chains south from the Toll Bar.
OS1/26/12/94 [Page] 94 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.2 T. [Trace] 3
OS1/26/12/95 INNERKIP BAY Innerkip Bay Innerkip Bay Innerkip Bay County Map D Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 005.02 This name applies to the Bay immediately adjoining Innerkip Village, and extending from near Wemyss Point to Ardgowan Point.
OS1/26/12/95 BERFERN PLANTATION Berfern Plantation Berfern Plantation Berfern Plantation Mr. McGregor Mr. Miller Berfern Mr. Fairbairn 005.02; 005.03 A plantation of mixed wood adjoining Berfern Farm Steading.
OS1/26/12/95 FINNOCKBOG Finnockbog Finnockbog Finnockbog D. Crawford Esqr J. Crawford Esqr Mr. Miller 005.02 A excellent Farm house and Steading about ¾ of a mile south from Innerkip the property of Sir MS Stewart.
OS1/26/12/95 [Page] 95 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.2. T. [Trace] 6 Brewacre Burn See name Sheets for 5.6
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OS1/26/12/97 INNERKIP Innerkip Innerkip Innerkip Inverkip Road Inverkip Innerkip Innerkip Innerkip Innerkip James Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown County Map Board on Street in Greenock Die on Post Office Stamp Fullarton's Gazetteer Crawfurds Hist. [History] Renfrewshire 1818 - old Map in Renfrewshire New Statistical Account. 005.03 A little village pleasantly situated on the Firth of Clyde about 6 miles South west from Greenock. It takes the name from Kip Water which is here joined by Daff Burn and falls into the Firth. A considerable number of inhabitants are employed as labourers on the Estate of Ardgowan, and as Fisherman and Tradesmen. In the village there are an Established Church & School a Free Church & School and an Independent Chapel (disused)
OS1/26/12/97 [Page] 97 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.3 T. [Trace] 1
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OS1/26/12/99 MANSE [F.C., Inverkip] Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Free Church Manse Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.03 A comfortable mansion in the village of Innerkip the residence of Mr. Douglas Free Church Minister
OS1/26/12/99 FREE CHURCH [Innerkip] Free Church & School Free Church & School Free Church & School Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.03 A plain building near the centre of Innerkip village. occupied in the upper flat as a place of worship and on the ground floor as a school in connection with the Free Church.
OS1/26/12/99 INN [Commercial Hotel, Innerkip] Commercial Hotel Commercial Hotel Commercial Hotel Sign Board Mr. James French Occupier Mr. McIntyre 005.03 A small Inn in the village of Innerkip occupied by Mr. French.
OS1/26/12/99 [Page] 99 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.3 T. [Trace] 1
OS1/26/12/100 INDEPENDENT CHAPEL [Innerkip] Independent Chaple Independent Chapel Independent Chapel Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Manse Mr. McIntyre Innerkip Mr. McGregor Innerkip 005.03 A building at the N.E. [North East] end of Innerkip formerly occupied as a place of worship by the Independent Body. and still belonging to them, altho' [although] there has been no regular preaching in it for several years.
OS1/26/12/100 SOUTH LODGE [Ardgowan] South Lodge South Lodge South Lodge Mr. Ross Farm Steward Mr. McGregor Mr. McIntyre 005.03 The Lodge at the southern entrance gate to Ardgowan
OS1/26/12/100 IVY COTTAGE Ivy Cottage Ivy Cottage Ivy Cottage Mr. McIntyre Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. Sutherland Teacher 005.03 A cottage and garden near the S.W. [South West] end of Innerkip, formerly much covered with Ivy
OS1/26/12/100 [Page] 100 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.3 T. [Trace] 1
OS1/26/12/101 TOMB [parish churchyard, Innerkip] Tomb Tomb Tomb Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown D Crawford Esqr Greenock James Crawford Esqr Greenock 005.03 An oblong building in the Grave Yard, the burying place of the Ardgowan Family. The Parish Church formerly stood here of which this is a part.
OS1/26/12/101 CHURCH (Remains of) [Innerkip] Church (Remains of) Church (Remains of) Church (Remains of) Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown D Crawford Esqr. James Crawford Esqr Greenock 005.03 The old Parish Church of Innerkip formerly stood here, of which a portion of the present Tomb is a part. when the church was removed to where it now stands, the Aisle or the Tomb was put into its present form
OS1/26/12/101 [Page] 101 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.3 T. [Trace] 1 & 2
OS1/26/12/102 CHURCH [Innerkip] Church Church Church Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.03 The Established Church of the parish, A neat building pleasantly situated near the N.E. [North East] end of Innerkip village
OS1/26/12/102 SCHOOL [Innerkip] School School School Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.03 A neat building near the Free Church, occupied as a School in connection with the Establishes Ch. [Church].
OS1/26/12/102 MANSE [parish, Inverkip] Manse Manse Manse Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.03 A neat mansion and garden near the Established Church. the residence of the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown
OS1/26/12/102 [Page] 102 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.3 T. [Trace] 1
OS1/26/12/103 BOGSIDE Bogside Bogside Bogside Mr. McPherson Tenant D. Crawford Esqr Mr. Paterson 005.03 A farm house and steading about ½ mile north east from Innerkip, the property of Sir MRS Stewart Bart. [Baronet]
OS1/26/12/103 LANGHILL Langhill Langhill Langhill D. Crawford Esqr Mr. McIntyre Mr. Paterson Tenant 005.03 A farm house and steading near Bogside occupied by Mr. Paterson and belonging to Sir MRS Stewart.
OS1/26/12/103 LEAP Leap Leap Leap D Crawford Mr. McGregor Mr. Paterson 005.03 A farm house and steading pleasantly situated near a bend of Daff Burn, a short distance east from Innerkip
OS1/26/12/103 [Page] 103 Parish of Innerkip 5.3 T. [Trace] 2
OS1/26/12/104 FRANCES' HILL Frances' Hill Frances' Hill Frances' Hill Mr. Paterson Mr. Brodie Laughouse D Crawford Esqr. 005.03 A small round knoll with a Whinstone Quarry on its north side in a field on the farm of Laughill.
OS1/26/12/104 SARAH'S KNOWE Sarah's Knowe Sarah's Knowe Mr. Paterson Laughill Mr. Paterson Junr. [Junior] 005.03 A small knowe chiefly covered with whins a short distance S. [South] West from Laughill house.
OS1/26/12/104 LEAP WOOD Leap Wood Leap Wood Leap Wood Mr. McGregor Forrester Mr. Fairbairn Innerkip 005.03 A plantation of mixed wood near Leap Farm Steading
OS1/26/12/104 [Page] 104 Parish of Innerkip 5.3 T. [Trace] 2
OS1/26/12/105 CLOCHERLEE Clocherlee Clocherlee Clocherlee D. Crawford Esqr Mr. Chalmers Majeston Mr. Paterson 005.03 An old farm Steading at present unoccupied, and included into the farm of Majeston
OS1/26/12/105 HALFPENNY BURN Halfpenny Burn Halfpenny Burn Halfpenny Burn Mr. Paterson Mr. Paterson Junr. [Junior] Mr. Finlay 005.03 A small stream rising in the plantation SW [South West] from Clocherlee, and flowing N. [North] & West falls into Kip Water near Dunrod farm house
OS1/26/12/105 LANG HILL Lang Hill Lang Hill Lang Hill Mr. Paterson Mr. Finlay Mr. Paterson Junr [Junior] 005.03 A long ridge of hill covered with platation from which Langhill farm house takes its name
OS1/26/12/105 [Page] 105 Parish of Innerkip 5.3 T. [Trace] 3
OS1/26/12/106 LANGHOUSE Langhouse Langhouse Langhouse Mr. Brodie Gardner Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr McIntyre 005.03 A neat mansion with garden pleasure ground and small Estate attached a short distance East from Innerkip, the property and residence of William McFie Esqr.
OS1/26/12/106 BEATOCK BURN Beatock Burn Beatock Burn Beatock Burn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. Paterson Mr. Finlay Hill 005.03 A small Stream rising chiefly on the farm of Everton and flowing in a northerly direction falls into the Daff Burn near Langhouse
OS1/26/12/106 DAFF BURN Daff Burn Daff Burn Daff Burn Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown D Crawford Esqr Mr Paterson 005.03 A Stream of considerable size rising in the moors east from Innerkip and bearing this name from the junction of Glenshilloch and Gimlet Burns, and flowing in a westerly direction past Langhouse, unites with Kip Water at the village of Innerkip
OS1/26/12/106 [Page] 106 Parish of Innerkip 5.3 T. [Trace] 2 Daff - To be foolish - Jamieson
OS1/26/12/107 INLIE HILL Inlie Hill Inlie Hill Inlie Hill Mr. Paterson Mr. McGregor Mr. Paterson Junr [Junior] 005.03 A small Knoll covered with plantation a short distance south from Clocherlee
OS1/26/12/107 HILL Hill Hill Hill D. Crawford Esqr Mr. Finlay Mr. Paterson 005.03 A farm House and steading a short distance south from Innerkip, occupied by Mr. Finlay and belonging to Sir MRS Stewart.
OS1/26/12/107 BERFERN Berfern Berfern Berfern D. Crawford Esqr Mr. Miller Mr. McGregor 005.03 A farm house and steading near the Hill, occupied by Mr. Miller, also belonging to Sir MRS Stewart.
OS1/26/12/107 [Page] 107 Parish of Innerkip 5.3 T. [Trace] 2
OS1/26/12/108 BERFERN PLANTATION Berfern Plantation Berfern Plantation Berfern Plantation D. Crawford Esqr Mr. Miller Mr. McIntyre 005.03 A plantation of mixed wood near Berfern farm house
OS1/26/12/108 BLAEBERRY HILL Blaeberry Hill Blaeberry Hill Mr. James Finlay Hill 005.03 A small brae or Hill covered with whins near Hill farm house
OS1/26/12/108 EVERTON Everton Everton Everton Mr. Jamieson Tenant D. Crawford Esqr. Mr. Ross 005.03 A small farm Steading about a mile south east from Innerkip belonging to Sir MS Stewart.
OS1/26/12/108 [Page] 108 Parish of Innerkip 5.3 T. [Trace] 4 & 5 Blaeberry the Bilberry Jamieson
OS1/26/12/109 EVERTON QUARRY Everton Quarry (Sandstone) Everton Quarry (Sandstone) Everton Quarry (Sandstone) Mr. Ross Mr. McGregor Mr. Jamieson 005.03 A very extensive Sandstone Quarry a short distance east from Everton farm Steading
OS1/26/12/109 BROADLEE GLEN Broadlee Glen Broadlee Glen Mr. Paterson D. Crawford Esqr 005.03 A Glen traversed by Daff Burn, about ½ mile South East from Langhill farm steading.
OS1/26/12/109 LEAPMOOR PLANTATION Leapmoor Plantation Leapmoor Plantation Leapmoor Plantation Mr. McGregor Forrester Mr. Paterson Langhill Mr. Finlay Hill 005.03 An extensive plantation of mixed wood on Ardgowan Estate South & East from Innerkip Village, a considerable portion of it was burned a number of years ago and is now only covered with heather
OS1/26/12/109 [Page] 109 Parish of Innerkip 5.3 T. [Trace] 5 & 6
OS1/26/12/110 [Page] 110 [Blank Page]
OS1/26/12/111 SHIELHILL Shielhill Shielhill Sheilhill D. Crawford Esqr James Crawford Esqr Mr. Scott Tenant 005.04 A small farm Steading at the douthern base of Dunrod Hill occupied by Mr. Scott
OS1/26/12/111 CORNALEES Cornalees Cornalees Cornalees D. Crawford Esqr Mr. Scott Shielhill 005.04 A farm house and steading with a very extensive grazing farm attached near the Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Reservoirs. The Property of Sir MRS Stewart.
OS1/26/12/111 [Pahe] 111 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.4 T. [Trace] 1, 2 & 3 Kip Water See name Sheets for Sheet 1.16 Shielhill Glen See name Sheets for Sheet 1.16 Leap Moor Plantation See name Sheets for Sheet 5.3 Inlie Hill See name Sheets for Sheet 5.3 Dundrod Hill See name Sheets for Sheet 1.16 See Page 84 for Authorities 'Shielhill'
OS1/26/12/112 CORNALEES BRIDGE Cornalees Bridge Cornalees Bridge Cornalees Bridge D Crawford Esqr Mr. Scott Plan of Shaws Water Works 005.04 A bridge of one arch on a portion of the Shaws Water Works, on the Ph. [Parish] Road near Cornalees Farm Steading. A County Bridge.
OS1/26/12/112 COMPENSATION RESERVOIR Compensation Reservoir Compensation Reservoir Plan of Shaws Water Works Mr. Morrison Manager 005.04 A Reservoir of considerable extent (belonging to the Shaws Water Co. [Company]) into which the water from the Great Reservoir flows previously to entering the Aqueduct.
OS1/26/12/112 [Page] 112 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.4 T. [Trace] 3
OS1/26/12/113 GIMLET BURN Gimlet Burn Gimlet Burn Gimlet Burn James Crawford Esqr Mr. Finlay Hill Mr. Paterson Langhill 005.04 A small Stream rising on Cornalees farm South from Crawhin Hill and flowing west unites with Glenshilloch Burn near Moorhouse
OS1/26/12/113 GLENSHILLOCH BURN Glenshilloch Burn Glenshilloch Burn Glenshilloch Burn James Crawford Esqr Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown Mr. Finlay 005.04 A small Stream also rising on Cornalees farm south from Moorhouse, and flowing north is joined by Gimlet Burn, and afterwards is called Daff Burn
OS1/26/12/113 MOORHOUSE (Ruin) Moorhouse Moorhouse Moorhouse James Crawford Esqr Mr. Finlay Mr. Paterson 005.14 A small house in ruins near the junction of Glenshilloch and Gimlet Burns.
OS1/26/12/113 [Page] 113 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.4 T. [Trace] 4 Daff Burn See name Sheets for 5.3
OS1/26/12/114 CRAWHIN HILL Crawhin Hill Crawhin Hill Crawhin Hill Mr. Scott Shielhill Mr. Finlay Hill Mr. Paterson Langhill 005.04 A heath covered Hill on the farm of Cornalees a short distance south from the Steading.
OS1/26/12/114 [Page] 114 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.4 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/115 WEMYSS POINT Wemyss Point Wemyss Point Wemyss Point Charles Brown Esqr County Map Mr. McIntyre Cliff Cottage 005.06 This name applies to the projecting portion of coast, extending from Wellesly House to Wemyss Plantation.
OS1/26/12/115 CASTLE WEMYSS Castle Wemyss Charles Brown Esqr Popr. [proprietor] 005.06 A modern building a short distance north from 'Wemyss Bay' erected near the edge of the precipice, and commanding extensive and varied views of the Firth and surrounding scenery. The property and residence of Mr. Brown.
OS1/26/12/115 WEMYSS PLANTATION Wemyss Plantation Wemyss Plantation Wemyss Plantation Mr. McGregor Forrester Mr. Fairbairn Mr. McIntyre 005.06 A plantation of mixed wood adjoining the shore, a short distance north from Castle Wemyss.
OS1/26/12/115 [Page] 115 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 2
OS1/26/12/116 ARDGOWAN ROAD Ardgowan Road C. Brown Esqr 005.06 This name applies to a private Road extending from Wellesley House, South and east till it joins the Turnpike Road near Forbes Place
OS1/26/12/116 BREWACRE BRIDGE Brewacre Bridge Brewacre Bridge Brewacre Bridge Mr. Thom Finnock Bog Mr. McIntyre Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 005.06 A substantial Bridge of one arch over Brewace Burn, crossed by the Turnpike Road and built and kept in repair by Turnpike Road Trustees.
OS1/26/12/116 BREWACRE BURN Brewacre Burn Brewacre Burn Brewcare Burn Mr. Thom Mr. McIntyre Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown 005.06 A small stream rising in the moors south east from Finnock Bog Farm Steading and flowing in a westerly direction falls into the Firth of Clyde about ¾ of a mile south from the village of Innerkip
OS1/26/12/116 [Page] 116 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 2 & 3
OS1/26/12/117 WEMYSS BAY Wemyss Bay Wemyss Bay Wemyss Bay C. Brown Esqr County Map Mr. McIntyre 005.10 This name applies to the Bay in front of Kelly House, and extending from Wemyss southward to the boundary with Ayrshire
OS1/26/12/117 WHITING BAY Whiting Bay Whiting Bay Whiting Bay C. Brown Esqr Estate Map Mr. McIntyre 005.06 This name applies to the little Bay a short distance west by south from Wellesley House.
OS1/26/12/117 BOAT CREEK Boat Creek Boat Creek Boat Creek C. Brown Esqr Estate Map Mr. McIntyre 005.06 A small Creek near Ardvar Villa, where (at present) passengers from the passing Steamboat are landed etc.
OS1/26/12/117 [Page] 117 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/117 Wemyss Bay - althouth the Situation is written as 5.6 it actually appears on 5.10
OS1/26/12/118 WELLESLEY HOUSE Wellesley House Wellesley House Wellesley House C. Brown Esqr Mr. McMillan Gardiner Mr. McIntyre 005.06 A very neat villa with garden attached a short distance south from Castle Wemyss belonging to Mr. Playfair.
OS1/26/12/118 UNDERCLIFF COTTAGE Undercliff Cottage Undercliff Cottage C. Brown Esqr Mr. McIntyre 005.06 A newly erected cottage at the base of the Cliff south from Wellesley House.
OS1/26/12/118 FERNCLIFF VILLA Ferncliff Villa Ferncliff Villa Ferncliff Villa C. Brown Esqr Mr. McIntyre Mr. McMillan 005.06 A handsome villa, beautifully situated near a bend of the overhanging Cliff a few chains south from Undercliff Cottage.
OS1/26/12/118 [Page] 118 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/119 ARDVAR VILLA Ardvar Villa Ardvar Villa Ardvar Villa C. Brown Esqr Mrs. Wallace Mr. McIntyre 005.06 A commodious villa occupied by Mrs. Wallace, a short distance south by east from Ferncliff Villa
OS1/26/12/119 CARDELL VILLA Cardell Villa Cardell Villa Cardell Villa C. Brown Esqr Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.06 A neat Villa with extensive garden attached occupied by Mr. Brown Senr. [Senior].
OS1/26/12/119 IVYBANK Ivy Bank Ivy Bank Ivy Bank C Brown Esqr Mr. McIntyre Mr. Sutherland 005.06 A very neat Villa with garden and pleasure grounds attached; adjoining the above
OS1/26/12/119 [Page] 119 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/120 SHAFTSBURY LODGE Shaftsbury Lodge Shaftsbury Lodge Charles Brown Esqr Mr. McIntyre 005.06 A cottage surrounded by shrubbery in the angle formed by the junction of Wemyss bay Road with the Turnpike Rd.
OS1/26/12/120 WEMYSSBAY ROAD Wemyssbay Road Wemyssbay Road C. Brown Esqr. Estate Map 005.06 This name applies to the private Road extending from near Ferncliff Villa South eastwards till it joins the Turnpike Road at the Post Office.
OS1/26/12/120 WALLACE ROAD Wallace Road Wallace Road C. Brown Esqr Estate Map 005.06 This name applies to the portion of road extending from the gate into Ferncliff Villa till its junction with Cliff Terrace Road.
OS1/26/12/120 [Page] 120 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/120 Wemyss Bay Rd. Extends onto Map ref 5.10 where the Post Office can be found.
OS1/26/12/121 UNDERCLIFF ROAD Undercliff Road Undercliff Road C Brown Esqr 005.06 This name applies to the Road along the shore. from the junction of Wemyssbay and Wallace Road's, northwards till it ends a few chains North West from Wellesley House.
OS1/26/12/121 CLIFF TERRACE ROAD Cliff Terrace Road Cliff Terrace Road C. Brown Esqr Estate Plan 005.06 This name applies to the Road near the top of the Cliff. from its junction with Ardgowan Road near Castle Wemyss till it joins the Turnpike Road N.E. [North East] from Cardell Villa
OS1/26/12/121 FORBES PLACE Forbes Place Forbes Place Forbes Place C. Brown Esqr Mr. McIntyre Estate Map 005.06 A range of houses on the west side of the Turnpike Road about 1½ miles South from Innerkip.
OS1/26/12/121 [Page] 121 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/122 WEMYSS Wemyss Wemyss Wemyss C Brown Esqr Mr Lochead Forbes Place Estate Map 005.06 This name formerly applied to the field extending from Shaftesbury Lodge to FernCliff Villa, but it is now generally applied to all the Villas from the Post office to near Castle Wemyss.
OS1/26/12/122 FINGALL BURN Fingall Burn Fingall Burn Fingall Burn Estate Map Mr. Lochead Mr. Crawford Kelly Mains 005.06 A small stream rising a short distance north from Kelly house and flowing south and west falls into the Firth near Wemyssbay Hotel.
OS1/26/12/122 HIGH FINNOCK PLANTATION High Finnock Plantn [Plantation] High Finnock Plantn [Plantation] High Finnock Plantn [Plantation] Mr. McGregor Forrester Innerkip Mr. Fairbairn Innerkip Mr. Crawford 005.06 An extensive plantation of mixed wood on the east side of the Turnpike Road & extending from Brewacre Burn to the Road leading to Kelly Mains near Wemyssbay Hotel.
OS1/26/12/122 [Page] 122 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.6 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/122 Fingall Burn extends into plan 5.10 where the Wemyss Bay Hotel can also be found.
OS1/26/12/123 BLOOD MOSS Blood Moss Blood Moss Blood Moss D Crawford Esq Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown County Map 005.07 This name applies to a considerable extent of moss on the farm of Cornalees about 2½ Miles south by east from Innerkip.
OS1/26/12/123 STUDDEL HILLS Studdel Hills Mr. Finlay Mr. Paterson Mr. Jamieson 005.07 Two small heath covered Hills a short distance north east from Blood Moss.
OS1/26/12/123 LEAP MOOR Leap Moor Leap Moor Leap Moor Mr. Finlay Mr. Paterson D Crawford Esq Greenock Mr. Morrison Greenock 005.07 An extensive Moor in the south west portion of Innerkip Ph. [Parish] It is bounded on the east by the Kip Water from a point near Shieldhill Farm Steading, thence along the margin of the Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Compensation Reservoir & Great Resevoir, to Waterside, thence along Rotten Burn to the point where it is joined by the parish boundary of Largs, along which it proceeds to a plantation a short distance north from Kelly Dam, The boundary of this plantation and of the Leapmoor Plantn. [Plantation] is then the boundary to the point on Kip Water first mentioned.
OS1/26/12/123 [Page] 123 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.7 T. [Trace] 5
OS1/26/12/124 ARDOCH HILL Ardoch Hill Ardoch Hill Ardoch Hill Mr. Finlay Hill Mr. Paterson Langhill Mr. Jamieson Everton 005.07 A steep rocky hill in Leipmoor a short distance south from Hill Farm Steading
OS1/26/12/124 LAXLIE HILL Laxlie Hill Laxlie Hill Laxlie Hill Mr. Finlay Mr. Paterson Mr. Jamieson 005.07 A Hill partly covered with trees and partly with heath, in Leipmoor Plantn. [Plantation] about ½ a mile South from Hill Farm Steading.
OS1/26/12/124 [Plan] 124 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.7 T. [Trace] 1,2 Ardoch - The thumb, or great toe, Gaelic Dictionary Leapmoor Plantation - See name sheets for 5.3 Brewacre Burn - See name sheets for 5.6 Beatock Burn - See name sheets for 5.3 Lax Relief release Jamieson. Glenshilloch Burn See name sheets for 5.4
OS1/26/12/125 WENCHLY TOP Wenchly Top Wenchly Top Wenchly Top D. Crawford Esq County Map Mr. Finlay 005.08 A large heath covered Hill on the farm of Cornalees, near Kelly Dam
OS1/26/12/125 MOUNT PISGAH Mount Pisgah Mount Pisgah Mount Pisgah Mr. Simpson Dowries Mr. Miller Garvoch Mr. Garner 005.08 A small heath covered knoll on the Farm of Garvock near Upper Garvock Houses.
OS1/26/12/125 BLACK LINN Black Linn Mr. Idare, Waterside 005.08 A dark pool at the bottom of a Waterfall on Rotten Burn, a short distance south from Mount Pisgah.
OS1/26/12/125 [Page] 125 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.8 T. [Trace] 4 Kelly Burn - See name shets for 5.10 Rotten Burn see name sheets for 6.5 Shepherds Burn see name sheets for 6.5
OS1/26/12/126 BROWN HILL Brown Hill Brown Hill Brown Hill Mr. Finlay Hill Mr. Jamieson Everton Mr. Paterson Langhill 005.08 A heath covered hill on the farm of Cornalees about a mile south west from the farm steading.
OS1/26/12/126 BROWNHILL MOSS Brownhill Moss Brownhill Moss Brownhill Moss Mr. Finlay Mr. Jamieson Mr. Paterson 005.08 A moss extending along the south side of Brown Hill, where a number of the farmers in the neighbourhood of Innerkip cut peat.
OS1/26/12/126 [Page] 126 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.8 T. [Trace] 1,2 Glenshilloch Burn see name sheets for 5.4
OS1/26/12/127 WEMYSSBAY HOTEL Wemyssbay Hotel Wemyssbay Hotel Wemyssbay Hotel Sign Board Mr. Cook Landlord Mr. McIntyre Innerkip 005.10 A respectable Hotel on the east side of the Turnpike Road at Wemyss Bay. occupied by Mr. Cook.
OS1/26/12/127 KELLY BRIDGE Kelly Bridge Kelly Bridge Kelly Bridge Estate Map Mr. Crawford Land Steward Kelly Mains Mr. Lochead Forbes Place 005.10 A substantial Bridge of one arch over Kelly Burn on the Turnpike Road from Greenock to Largs etc. kept in repair by the Turnpike Road Trustees.
OS1/26/12/127 KELLY BURN Kelly Burn Kelly Burn Kelly Burn Fullartons Gazet. [Gazetteer] Estate Map Mr. Crawford 005.10 A stream rising in the moors S.E. [South East] from Innerkip, and flowing west forms part of the boundary between the Counties of Ayr and Renfrew, and falls into the Firth at Wemyss Bay.
OS1/26/12/127 [Page] 127 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.10 T. [Trace] 2
OS1/26/12/128 KELLY MAINS Kelly Mains Kelly Mains Kelly Mains Estate Map Mr. Crawford Mr. Lochead 005.10 An excellent house and farm steading near Kelly House, occupied by Mr. Crawford Land Steward on the Estate.
OS1/26/12/128 CRAIGS BRIDGE Greys Bridge Greys Bridge Greys Bridge Craigs Bridge Craigs Bridge Craigs Bridge Craigs Bridge Estate Map Mr. Crawford Mr. Lochead Estate Map John Moris William Beith Published Plans of Largs 005.10 A picturesquelly situated Bridge, on Kelly Burn near the site of Kelly Castle.
OS1/26/12/128 [Page] 128 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.10 T. [Trace] 3 Fingall Burn - On another Sheet J.C.G. This is Craigs Bridge in the published plans of Largs [J. Bayly]
OS1/26/12/128 Fingall Burn already transcribed on Page 122
OS1/26/12/129 KELLY HOUSE Kelly House Kelly House Kelly House Kelly Estate Map Mr. Crawford Mr. Lochead County Map 005.10 An elegant modern mansion overlooking Wemyss Bay, the property and residence of James Scott Esqr. of Kelly
OS1/26/12/129 Site of KELLY CASTLE (Site of) Kelly Castle (Site of) Kelly Castle Old Place of Kelly Mr. Crawford Mr. Lochead County Map 005.10 The site of this Castle is a smooth grassy knoll at the west side of the garden. No remains of it are now visible, but Mr. Lochead told me that it was the residence of the Bannatynes, the proprietors of Kelly Estate previously to 1790.
OS1/26/12/129 [Page] 129 Parish of Innerkip Seet 5.10 T. [Trace]
OS1/26/12/130 OAKFIELD BRIDGE Oakfield Bridge Oakfield Bridge Oakfield Bridge Estate Map Mr. Crawford Mr. Lochead 005.10 A bridge of one arch over Kelly Burn, about ½ a mile south east from Kelly House
OS1/26/12/130 KELLY GLEN Kelly Glen Kelly Glen Kelly Glen Estate Map Mr. Crawford Mr. Lochead 005.10 The Glen traversed by Kelly Burn & Extending from a little above 'Craigengowr' to 'Kelly Bridge'
OS1/26/12/130 [Page] 130 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.10 T. [Trace] 6
OS1/26/12/131 RESERVOIR [Kelly House] Reservoir Reservoir Estate Map Mr. Crawford Land Steward 005.11 A small reservoir on Kelly Estate. from which the water is conveyed to supply Kelly House, and the fields adjoining it.
OS1/26/12/131 WHITE HILL White Hill White Hill White Hill Mr. Finlay Hill Mr. Jamieson Everton Mr. Paterson Langhill 005.11 A hill bearing rough & heathy pasture on the farm of Cornalees a short distance west from Kelly Dam.
OS1/26/12/131 KELLY DAM Kelly Dam or Reservoir Kelly Dam or Reservoir Kelly Dam or Reservoir James Crawford Esqr Greenock Mr. Morison Manager Mr. Crawford Kelly Mains 005.11 A small Reservoir on Kelly Burn from which the water is conveyed by an Aqueduct, to join the Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Compensation Reservoir, near Cornalees farm steading.
OS1/26/12/131 [Page] 131 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.11 T. [Trace] 1,2
OS1/26/12/132 CATTLE SHED [Kelly estate] Cattle Shed Mr. Crawford Land Steward 005.11 A recently erected building on the Estate of Kelly, for the accomodation of Cattle. A small portion of the south end is at present occupied by Labourers on the Estate.
OS1/26/12/132 CRAIGENGOWR Craigengowr Craigengowr Craigengowr Estate Map Mr. Crawford Mr. Lochead 005.11 This name applies to a waterfall and a very steep rocky portion of Kelly Glen about 1¼ mile east from Kelly Bridge
OS1/26/12/132 [Page] 132 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 5.11 T. [Trace] 4 Kelly Burn See name Sheets for Sheet 5.10 Kelly Glen See name Sheets for Sheet 5.10
OS1/26/12/133 ROTTENBURN BRIDGE Rottenburn Bridge Rottenburn Bridge Rottenburn Bridge Mr. Boyd Factor Mr. Scott Barr Mr. Hare Waterside 005.12 A small bridge of one Arch, crossing the Rotten Burn. It is a Co. [County] Bridge.
OS1/26/12/133 [Page] 133 Parish of Innerkip
OS1/26/12/134 NORTH ROTTEN BURN North Rotten Burn 005.11 See name list of the Parish of Largs for Authorities & description
OS1/26/12/134 [Page] 134
OS1/26/12/135 LOWER GARVOCK Lower Garvock Lower Garvock Lower Garvock Garvock Mr. McInnes Estate Map Mr. Simpson Co. [County] Map 006.01 A good farm house and steading with a very extensive grazing farm attached on the south side of the Ph. [Parish] Road from Greenock to Largs, occupied by Mr. Miller.
OS1/26/12/135 WATERSIDE Waterside Waterside Waterside Mr. Miller Mr. Simpson Mr. Scott Shielhill 006.01 A row of houses partly in ruins near Lower Garvock occupied by labourers
OS1/26/12/135 [Page] 135 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 6.1 T. [Trace] 4 Rotten Burn See name sheets of 5.8
OS1/26/12/136 GOAT CRAIGS Goat Craigs Goat Craigs Goat Craigs Mr. Simpson Douries Mr. Miller Garvock Map of Renfrewshire 006.01 This name applies to an eminence partly covered with Rocks; and having a Trigl. Stn.[Trigonometrical Station] on the highest part. on the farm of Garvock about ½ mile east by north from the farm steading.
OS1/26/12/136 GRYFE WATER Gryfe Water Gryfe Water Gryfe Water Mr. McInnes Paisley Mr. Simpson Estate Map 006.01 A Stream rising chiefly on the farm of Garvock and flowing in a northerly direction, for some distance forms the boundary between the Phs. [Parishes] of Innerkip and Greenock, & enters the latter Ph. [Parish] about a mile east by north from Garvoch farm Steading.
OS1/26/12/136 [Page] 136 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 6.1 T. [Trace] 1.2. & 3. Shaws Water Cos. [Companies] Great Reservoir or Loch Thom - See name Sheets of 2.13 Gryfe - A Claw, a talon - Jamieson
OS1/26/12/137 SHEPHERDS BURN Shepherds Burn Shepherds Burn Shepherds Burn Mr Simpson Douries Mr Miller Mr John Scott 006.05 A small stream rising on Garvock Hill and flowing west falls into Rotten Burn a short distance south from Upper Garvock.
OS1/26/12/137 GARVEOCK HILL Garvock Hill Garvock Hill Garvock Hill Garvock Hill County Map Mr Simpson Mr Miller Os Maps 006.05 A heath covered hill of very considerable elevation on the farm of Garvock near the south eastern boundary of Innerkip Ph. [Parish].
OS1/26/12/137 ROBBER CRAIGS Robber Craigs or Robert Craigs Robber Craigs or Robert Craigs Robber Craigs or Robert Craigs Mr Simpson Mr Scott Hillside Mr Miller 006.05 This name applies to several rocky knolls near the southern boundary of Garvock farm. Mr Scott informed me that he remembers hearing his Grandfather Call them "Theives Craigs" for this reason I have written"Robber" in preference to to "Robert Craigs" [ ]
OS1/26/12/137 [Page] 137 Parish of Innerkip Sheet. 6.5 T. [Trace] 4
OS1/26/12/138 UPPER GARVOCK Upper Garvock Upper Garvock Upper Garvock Mr McInnes Paisly Estate Map Mr Miller 006.05 A small dwelling house with out buildings attached, occupied by the Shepherd on Garvock farm.
OS1/26/12/138 COLAOUSE HILL Colaouse Hill Colaouse Hill Mr John Scott Hillside Mr Miller Kilmalcolm 006.05 A heath covered hill with a Trigl Stn. [Trigonometrical Station] on the summit; a short distance east from upper Garvock. I have spelled this name as it is pronounced but I do not know the origin or meaning of it. J.W.
OS1/26/12/138 [Page] 138 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 6.5.T. [Trace] 1
OS1/26/12/139 HARESTONE BRIDGE Harestone Burn Harestone Burn Harestone Burn Map of Garvock Mr McInnes Paisley Mr Simpson 006.09 A small stream forming the boundary between Innerkip and Kilmalcolm Parishes. It rises partly on the farm of Garvoch and flowing west by south falls into Rotten Burn.
OS1/26/12/139 Parish of Innerkip Sheet 6.9 T. [Trace] 1 Firth of Clyde For Authorities etc See Name Books of the adjoining Parishes
OS1/26/12/140 [Page] 140 [Blank page]
OS1/26/12/141 [Page] 141 OS1/26/12 [Volume] 12 [Stamped] Ordnance Survey M.S. Store Southampton 24 JUN. 91 & 8 OCT. 95 Co. [County] RENFREW. PARISH OF INNERKIP.
OS1/26/12/142 [Page] 142 INDEX Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Ashburn -- 1 -- 4 -- 3 Ash Burn -- 1 -- 4 -- 3 Ashford -- 1 -- 4 -- 6 Almaplace -- 1 -- 4 -- 11 Adelaide Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 26 Alma Villa -- 1 -- 4 -- 33 Ashton -- 1 -- 8 -- 46 Ashton Terrace -- 1 -- 8 -- 46 Ash Burn -- 1 -- 8 -- 46 Auchnearn -- 1 -- 8 -- 55 Ardgowan Point -- 1 -- 14 -- 71 Auchness Bridge -- 1 -- 15 -- 75 Ardgowan Castle (Ruin) -- 1 -- 15 -- 76 Ardgowan -- 1 -- 15 -- 77 Auchneagh House -- 2 -- 5 -- 87 Ardgowan Road -- 5 -- 6 -- 116 Ardvar Villa -- 5 -- 6 -- 119 Ardoch Hill -- 5 -- 7 -- 124 Ardvar Villa -- 5 -- 6 -- 119 Barr Hill -- 1 -- 4 -- 6 Beach House -- 1 -- 4 -- 10 Beach Cottage -- 1 -- 4 -- 10 Broomberry Cottage -- 1 -- 4 -- 12 Belevue -- 1 -- 4 -- 13 Banks -- 1 -- 4 -- 17 Bath Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 26 Burnside Cottage -- 1 -- 4 -- 31 Bore Well -- 1 -- 4 -- 31 Borewell Lodge -- 1 -- 4 -- 31 Bay Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 33
OS1/26/12/143 [Page] 143 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Berry Burn -- 1 -- 4 -- 34 Berrybank -- 1 -- 7 -- 41 Braeface House -- 1 -- 8 -- 47 Braeface Villa -- 1 -- 8 -- 50 Berryburn -- 1 -- 8 -- 56 Black Rocks -- 1 -- 10 -- 58 Burneven Hill -- 1 -- 11 -- 60 Banks -- 1 -- 11 -- 60 Bargane Hill -- 1 -- 11 -- 62 Branchton -- 1 -- 12 -- 67 Black Hills -- 1 -- 12 -- 67 Bargane Plantation -- 1 - 15 -- 74 Bankfoot -- 1 -- 15 -- 74 Bridgend -- 1 -- 15 -- 78 Bell Rocks -- 1 -- 15 -- 78 Berfern Plantation -- 2 -- 13 -- 95 Bogside -- 5 -- 3 -- 103 Beatock Burn -- 5 -- 3 -- 106 Berfern Plantation -- 5 -- 3 -- 108 Berfern -- 5 -- 3 -- 107 Blaeberry Hill -- 5 -- 3 -- 108 Broadlee Glen -- 5 -- 3 -- 109 Brewacre Bridge -- 5 -- 6 -- 116 Brewacre Burn -- 5 -- 6 -- 116 Boat Creek -- 5 -- 6 -- 117 Blood Moss -- 5 -- 7 -- 133 Black Linn -- 5 -- 8 -- 125 Brown Hill -- 5 -- 8 -- 126 Brownhill Moss -- 5 -- 8 -- 126
OS1/26/12/144 [Page] 144 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Craigburn -- 1 -- 4 -- 3 Craigend -- 1 -- 4 -- 7 Churchplace -- 1 -- 4 -- 9 Clydemount -- 1 -- 4 -- 12 Craigneuk Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 14 Coastguard Station -- 1 -- 4 -- 20 Church -- 1 -- 4 -- 22 Commercial Hotel -- 1 -- 4 -- 23 Church Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 27 Craigmuschet Quarry (Sandstone) -- 1 -- 4 -- 30 Cardwellbay -- 1 -- 4 -- 32 Charles Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 32 Cloch Lighthouse -- 1 -- 6 -- 37 Cloch Cottage -- 1 -- 6 -- 37 Cloch Point -- 1 -- 6 -- 38 Cloch Plantation -- 1 -- 6 -- 38 Cloch Ferryhouse -- 1 -- 7 -- 41 Coper Mine (Disused) -- 1 -- 8 -- 52 Coves -- 1 -- 8 -- 53 Coves Quarry (Sandstone) -- 1 -- 8 -- 53 Coves Burn -- 1 -- 8 -- 53 Cresswell -- 1 -- 11 -- 63 Cresswell Chapel (Ruins) -- 1 -- 11 -- 64 Crowhill Wood -- 1 -- 14 -- 72 Chapel -- 1 -- 15 -- 77 Cauldron Hill -- 1 -- 16 -- 84 Cockrobin Hill -- 2 -- 5 -- 90 Cliff Cottage -- 5 -- 2 -- 93 Commoncraig -- 5 -- 2 -- 94 Commoncraig T.P. [Turnpike] -- 5 -- 2 -- 94
OS1/26/12/145 [Page] 145 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Commoncraig Plantation -- 5 -- 2 -- 94 Church (Remains Of) -- 5 -- 3 -- 101 Church -- 5 -- 3 -- 102 Clocherlee -- 5 -- 3 -- 105 Cornalees -- 5 -- 4 -- 111 Cornalees Bridge -- 5 -- 4 -- 112 Compensation Reservoir (Shaws Waterworks) -- 5 -- 4 -- 112 Crawhin Hill -- 5 -- 4 -- 114 Castle Wemyss -- 5 -- 6 -- 115 Cardell Villa -- 5 -- 6 -- 119 Cliff Terrace Road -- 5 -- 6 -- 121 Craigs Bridge -- 5 -- 10 -- 128 Cattle Shed -- 5 -- 11 -- 132 Craigengowr -- 5 -- 11 -- 132 Colaouse Hill -- 6 -- 5 -- 138 Drumillan Hill -- 1 -- 12 -- 65 Drummond House -- 1 -- 4 -- 8 Drumshantie Hill -- 1 -- 4 -- 30 Drummond Cottage -- 1 -- 4 -- 33 Diverts -- 1 -- 8 -- 49 Drumshantie -- 1 -- 8 -- 52 Dunrod Glen -- 1 -- 15 -- 79 Dunrod -- 1 -- 15 -- 80 Dunrod Spring -- 1 -- 16 -- 83 Dunrod Hill -- 1 -- 16 -- 86 Daff Burn -- 5 -- 3 -- 106 Esterleven -- 1 -- 7 -- 40 East Lodge -- 1 -- 8 -- 51 East Auchmade -- 1 -- 8 -- 56 Echoing Rocks -- 1 -- 11 -- 59
OS1/26/12/146 [Page] 146 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Earn Hill -- 1 -- 12 -- 65 East Lodge -- 1 -- 15 -- 78 East Hill -- 1 -- 16 -- 85 Ellenbank -- 5 -- 2 -- 93 Everton -- 5 -- 3 -- 108 Everton Quarry (Sandstone) -- 5 -- 3 -- 109 Fortkempock -- 1 -- 4 -- 16 Fortplace -- 1 -- 4 -- 17 Free Church -- 1 -- 4 -- 21 Free Church School -- 1 -- 4 -- 21 Faulds -- 1 -- 7 -- 42 Flowerbank -- 1 -- 8 -- 48 Flatterton -- 1 -- 11 -- 62 Flatterton Mill (Corn) -- 1 -- 12 -- 68 Fancyfarm -- 2 -- 5 -- 87 Finnockbog -- 5 -- 2 -- 95 Free Church -- 5 -- 3 -- 99 Frances Hill -- 5 -- 3 -- 104 Ferncliff Villa -- 5 -- 4 -- 118 Forbes Place -- 5 -- 6 -- 121 Fingall Burn -- 5 -- 6 -- 122 Gourock -- 1 -- 4 -- 1 Georgeplace -- 1 -- 4 -- 4 Gourock Castle -- 1 -- 4 -- 20 Gas Works -- 1 -- 4 -- 23 George Hotel -- 1 -- 4 -- 24 Gourock Bay -- 1 -- 4 -- 25 Glenleven Cottage -- 1 -- 7 -- 42 Greenbank -- 1 -- 8 -- 45 Gourock Burn -- 1 - 8 -- 52
OS1/26/12/147 [Page] 147 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Glenshilloch Burn -- 5 -- 4 -- 113 Gallow Hill -- 1 -- 11 -- 60 Gateside -- 2 -- 5 -- 88 Great Reservoir Or Loch Thom (Shaw's Water Works) -- 2 -- 13 -- 92 Gimlet Burn -- 5 -- 4 -- 113 Glenshilloch -- 5 -- 4 -- 113 Goats Craigs -- 6 -- 1 -- 136 Gryfe Water -- 6 -- 1 -- 136 Garvock Hill -- 6 -- 1 -- 137 Glenleven Cottage -- 1 -- 7 -- 42 Hillside House -- 1 -- 4 -- 5 Hillside Cottage -- 1 -- 4 -- 5 Hillside Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 5 Hazelbank -- 1 -- 4 -- 6 Harbour -- 1 -- 4 -- 25 Hopeton Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 27 Hope Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 29 Howford Glen -- 1 -- 11 -- 63 Horatio Place -- -- -- 33 Hole Of Spango -- 1 -- 12 -- 68 Halfpenny Burn -- 5 -- 3 -- 105 Hill -- 5 -- 3 -- 107 High Finnock Plantation -- 5 -- 6 -- 122 Harestone Burn -- 5 -- 9 -- 139 Ivy Cottage -- 1 -- 4 -- 30 Ivybank -- 1 -- 8 -- 45 Islamill -- 1 -- 12 -- 66 Idzholm Plantation -- 1 -- 15 -- 79 Inverkip Bay -- 5 -- 2 -- 95 Inverkip -- 5 -- 3 -- 97 Inn -- 5 -- 3 -- 99 Independant Chapel -- 5 -- 3 -- 100 Ivy Cottage -- 5 -- 3 -- 100 Inlie Hill -- 5 -- 3 -- 107 Inn -- 5 -- 3 -- 99 Islamill -- 1 -- 12 -- 66
OS1/26/12/148 [Page] 148 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Ivybank -- 5 -- 6 -- 119 Johnsplace -- 1 -- 4 -- 29 Janefield Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 8 John Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 27 Johnsplace -- 1 -- 4 -- 29 James Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 32 Jocks Hill -- 2 -- 13 -- 91 Kempock Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 17 Kempock Point -- 1 -- 4 -- 18 Kempock Stone -- 1 -- 4 -- 19 Kempock Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 26 King Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 28 Kingston -- 1 -- 12 -- 68 Kip Water -- 1 -- 15 -- 75 Killochend -- 2 -- 13 -- 92 Kelly Bridge -- 5 -- 10 -- 127 Kelly Burn -- 5 -- 10 -- 127 Kelly Mains -- 5 -- 10 -- 128 Kelly House -- 5 -- 10 -- 129 Kelly Glen -- 5 -- 10 -- 130 Kelly Dam -- 5 -- 11 -- 131 Ladybank -- 1 -- 4 -- 10 Laurelbank -- 1 -- 4 -- 11 Leven Castle -- 1 -- 7 -- 39 Leven House -- 1 -- 7 -- 39 Leven Burn -- 1 -- 7 -- 42 Leven Castle (in Ruins) -- 1 -- 7 -- 43 Long Craig -- 1 -- 8 -- 55 Larkfield -- 1 -- 8 -- 56 Lunderston -- 1 -- 11 -- 61 Leitchland -- 1 -- 11 -- 62 Lunderston Bay -- 1 -- 14 -- 71
OS1/26/12/149 [Page] 149 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Lunderston -- 1 -- 15 -- 73 Low Lunderston -- 1 -- 15 -- 73 Laverockhouse Hill -- 1 -- 16 -- 84 Langhill -- 5 -- 3 -- 103 Leap -- 5 -- 3 -- 103 Leap Wood -- 5 -- 3 -- 104 Lang Hill -- 5 -- 3 -- 105 Langhouse -- 5 -- 3 -- 106 Leapmoor Plantation -- 5 -- 3 -- 109 Leap Moor -- 5 -- 7 -- 123 Laxlie Hill -- 5 -- 7 -- 124 Lower Garvock -- 6 -- 1 -- 135 Leap -- 5 -- 3 -- 103 Mountpleasant -- 1 -- 4 -- 4 Maybank -- 1 -- 4 -- 7 Mountblow -- 1 -- 4 -- 12 Manse -- 1 -- 4 -- 21 Mileburn House -- 1 -- 7 -- 40 Mavisbank -- 1 -- 8 -- 48 Midtown -- 1 -- 8 -- 49 Mid Auchneagh -- 1 -- 8 -- 55 Meikle Cloch -- 1 -- 11 -- 61 Millhouse -- 1 -- 13 -- 80 Majeston -- 1 -- 13 -- 80 McNoble Hill -- 1 -- 16 -- 83 Manse -- 5 -- 3 -- 99 Manse -- 5 -- 3 -- 102 Moorhouse (Ruin) -- 5 -- 14 -- 113 Mount Pisgah -- 5 -- 8 -- 125 Manse -- 5 -- 3 -- 102 Neyplace -- 1 -- 4 -- 29 North Lodge -- 1 -- 15 -- 73
OS1/26/12/150 [Page] 150 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page North Aughneagh -- 2 -- 5 -- 87 North Knowe -- 1 -- 11 -- 61 Oakfield Bridge -- 5 -- 10 -- 130 Post Office -- 1 -- 4 -- 20 Pier -- 1 -- 4 -- 24 Port Hill -- 1 -- 10 -- 57 Picket Stone -- 1 -- 10 -- 57 Pennyfarm -- 2 -- 5 -- 90 Park Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 14 Rockbank House -- 1 -- 4 -- 9 Rockpoint -- 1 -- 11 -- 13 Rockside -- 1 -- 4 -- 15 Rockhill House -- 1 -- 4 -- 15 Rockside Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 15 Rockcleft -- 1 -- 4 -- 14 Royal Arms Hotel -- 1 -- 4 -- 24 Robin Place -- 1 -- 4 -- 29 Rosebank -- 1 -- 8 -- 47 Ravens Craig -- 1 -- 12 -- 66 Ravens Craig -- 1 -- 12 -- 69 Reservoir (Shaws Waterworks) -- 1 -- 12 -- 69 Reservoir (Shaws Waterworks) -- 1 -- 12 -- 69 Roman Bridge -- 1 -- 15 -- 81 Reservoir (Shaws Waterworks) -- 2 -- 9 -- 89 Reservoir (Shaws Waterworks) -- 2 -- 9 -- 89 Round Hill -- 2 -- 13 -- 91 Reservoir -- 5 -- 11 -- 131 North Rotten Burn -- 5 -- 8 -- 134 Rottenburn Bridge -- 5 -- 12 -- 133 Robber Craigs -- 6 -- 5 -- 137 Seabank -- 1 -- 4 -- 11 Springbank -- 1 -- 4 -- 13 School -- 1 -- 4 -- 22 School Of Industry -- 1 -- 4 -- 22 Shore Street -- 1 -- 4 -- 28 Springhill -- 1 -- 8 -- 45
OS1/26/12/151 [Page] 151 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Seaview -- 1 -- 8 -- 50 Site Of Gourock Castle -- 1 -- 8 -- 54 Smithston -- 1 -- 12 -- 67 Spango -- 1 -- 12 -- 69 Spango Burn -- 1 -- 15 -- 75 Site Of Dunord Castle -- 1 -- 15 -- 82 Scroggy Bank -- 1 -- 16 -- 83 Shielhill Glen -- 1 -- 16 -- 84 Shaws Water Aqueduct -- 2 -- 9 -- 90 Shaws (Ruin) -- 2 -- 13 -- 92 South Lodge -- 5 -- 3 -- 100 School -- 5 -- 3 -- 102 Sarah's Knowe -- 5 -- 3 -- 104 Shieldhill -- 5 -- 4 -- 111 Shaftesbury Lodge -- 5 -- 6 -- 120 Studdel Hills -- 5 -- 7 -- 123 Site Of Kelly Castle -- 5 -- 10 -- 129 Shepherds Burn -- 6 -- 5 -- 157 Terrace Road -- 1 -- 4 -- 4 Thornbank -- 1 -- 4 -- 7 Trumpet Hill -- 1 -- 7 -- 40 Trumpethill Quarry (Sandstone) -- 1 -- 7 -- 44 Thornbank Cottage -- 1 -- 8 -- 48 Thrushill -- 1 -- 8 -- 49 Tomb -- 1 -- 8 -- 51 Tannel Hill -- 1 -- 11 -- 59 The Lairds Dyke -- 1 -- 14 -- 71 U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church -- 1 -- 4 -- 9 Underheugh -- 1 -- 10 -- 57 Underheugh (Ruin) -- 1 -- 11 -- 59 Undercliff Cottage -- 5 -- 6 -- 118 Upper Garvock -- 6 -- 1 -- 138 Undercliff Road -- 5 -- 6 -- 121
OS1/26/12/152 [Page] 151 Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Violetgrove -- 1 -- 4 -- 14 Violet Grove -- 1 -- 4 -- 23 Victoriaplace -- 1 -- 8 -- 47 Western House -- 1 -- 4 -- 8 Willowbank -- 1 -- 4 -- 14 West Bay -- 1 -- 4 -- 25 West Lodge -- 1 -- 4 -- 30 Whitebank -- 1 -- 7 -- 41 Westerleven -- 7 -- 7 -- 44 Whitebank -- 1 -- 8 -- 50 Wellyard -- 1 -- 11 -- 63 West Auchmade -- 1 -- 12 -- 65 Whin Hill -- 1 -- 12 -- 66 Watermans House -- 1 -- 16 -- 85 West Burn -- 2 -- 9 -- 89 White Hill -- 2 -- 13 -- 91 Woodside Cottage -- 5 -- 2 -- 93 Wemyss Point -- 5 -- 6 -- 115 Wemyss Plantation -- 5 -- 6 -- 115 Wemyss Bay -- 5 -- 6 -- 117 [actually appears on Sheet 5 plan 10] Whiting Bay -- 5 -- 6 -- 117 Wemyssbay Road -- 5 -- 6 -- 120 Wallace Road -- 5 -- 6 -- 120 Wemyss -- 5 -- 6 -- 122 Wenchly Top -- 6 -- 8 -- 125 Wemyssbay Hotel -- 6 -- 8 -- 127 White Hill -- 6 -- 11 -- 131 Waterside -- 6 -- 1 -- 135 Yellow Hill -- 2 -- 9 -- 89