List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SNAB TOLL BAR Snab T.P. [Turn Pike]
Snab T.P. [Turn Pike]
William McGowan Snab
Cowper Thwaite Snab
01 [Situation] At the South Side of the hamlet of Snab

A small house one story high, and in good repair having a small garden attached. Occupied by J. Lockhart, who is collector. The property of the Trustees of Roads for the Borrowstounness District
SNAB PITS (Ironstone) Snab Pits
Snab Pits
William McGowan Snab
Cowper Thwaite Snab
001 [situation] A few chains SSE [South South East] of Snab

Two larger pits, the western one is 182 fathoms deep, 80 of which is through Snab Rock, they are searching for the old, Coal workings, but they have not yet been discovered. Its water, or pumping engine is 80 horse power, and the whole are in good repair. There is only 4 men employed at it. The eastern one is 72 fathoms deep, and has a pumping engine of about 80 horse power, and a winding engine about 30 horse power, all in good repair. there is nothing but ironstone work here, 300 tons of which is worked per day. It affords employment to about 160 men. The thickness of the seam is about 2 feet 6 inches. Tenanted by the Trustees of the late John Wilson Esqr. The property of the Duke of Hamilton.

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