List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Loch Logan Loch Logan
Loch Logan
Loch Logan
Robert Graham Moir Esqr Leckie
Henry Fletcher Campbell Esqr Boquhan
Revd. [Reverend] John Stark Gargunnock
016.03 An Artificial fresh water Loch formed by Leckie Burn through which it flows the east end has been Embanked some years ago by Mr. Moir and now used for the double purpose of a Fish Pond and Resorvoir for the Corn Mill and Leckie both side are newly Planted with Larch and Fir Situated at the head of St Comes Glen the property of Robert Graham Moir Esqr
Red Burn Red Burn
Red Burn
Red Burn
R. G. Moir Esqr Leckie
H. F. Campbell Esqr Boquhan
Revd. [Reverend] J. Stark Gargunnock
016.03 ; 016.07 A Small but very rapid Stream flowing from Black Craig in a northerly direction down a steep rocky hill till it joins Leckie Burn adjacent to and west of Loch Logan its course through Black Craig is over some Red Sandstone rock for which reason it retains a red[ish] colour for some distance and also the reason why it is called Red Burn

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