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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Courtshaw Hill
Courtshaw Hill
Map of Castle Semple
Mr. Craig: Surveyor
Mr. Ledgerwood. Factor
011.14 This name applies to a high prominence on the Castle Semple policy. On its highest point is a Fog House.
COURTSHAW WOOD Courtshaw Wood Map of Castle Semple
Mr. Craig : Surveyor
Mr. Ledgerwood. Factor
011.14 A close mixed wood.
COLLEGIATE CHURCH (In Ruins) [Lochwinnoch] Collegiate Church (In Ruins)
Collegiate Church (In Ruins)
Collegiate Church (In Ruins)
Collegiate Church (In Ruins)
Collegiate Church (In Ruins)
Mr. Love - writer
Mr. Craig: Surveyor.
Mr. Ledgerwood. Factor
New Statistical Acct. [Account]
Origines Parochiales Scotiae
011.14 It was this Ld [Lord] Sempill who built the Collegiate Kirk of Lochwhynyeoch to the honour of God, and of the blessed Virgin Mary, for the prosperity of his sovereign James IV, & Margaret his queen, for the soul of Margaret Colville, his former spouse, and also for the salvation of his own soul, & that of Margaret Crichton, his present wife, and of all his predecessors and successors, and of all the faithful deceased" "This wise & pious Lord, having richly endowed the Collegiate Kirk, died on the celebrated field of Floden, on the 9th Sepbr [September] 1513 (turn over)

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[Collegiate church]
"The collegiate church of Lochwinnoch
or Sempil was founded by Lord John
Sempil within his park of Lochwinnoch, by
the authority of the bishop. The foundations
charter is dated the 5th April 1504. The new
college was dedicated to the Virgin, and
endowed for a provost, six chaplains,

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