List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Craigmakessoch Craigmakessoch
R. Graham Moir Esqr. Leckie
Henry Fletcher Campbell Esqr. Boquhan
Revd. [Reverend] John Stark Gargunnock
009.15 A Steep Rock in some places nearly perpendicular extending from east to west or from Beild to the west entrance to Leckie house the highest point from Bottom to top dont exceed 60 feet it is planted party with oak and ash and party with Fir and Larch there is a Foot path along the top of it to Leckie &c the property of Robert Graham Moir Esqr Leckie
Lady Betty's Well Lady Betty's Well
Lady Betty's Well
Lady Betty's Well
R. G. Moir Esqr. Leckie
H. F. Campbell Esqr. Boquhan
Revd. [Reverend] J. Stark Gargunnock
009.15 A Small Spring issuing from under a rock like the mouth of a drain having no appearance of a Well. It took its name (Betty) from an old woman who lived adjacent some two hundred years ago, there is no tradition or Antiquity connected with it nothing more nor less than an Old woman's well but is well known in the neighbourhood by the name Situated at the base of Craigmakessoch and about 10 chains north west of Leckie house.

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Parish of Gargunnock

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