List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
JINKABOUT MILL Jinkabout Mill (Corn)
Jinkabout Mill (Corn)
Jinkabout Mill (Corn)
john Henderson Occupier
George Kirkwood Farmer N [North] Hainnings
Forrest's Co [County] map
001 [Situation] 34 chains west of Inveravon

A large building two storeys high, used as a Corn Mill, having 2 large wheels, propelled by water; also adjoining the Mill is the dwelling house, with offices attached, all in good repair. there is a vegetable garden and small farm attached: the whole in the occupation of John Henderson, and the property of his Grace the Duke of Hamilton.
Inneravon and Inveravon
Inver Avon
Mr William Walker Occupier
John Henderson Jinkabout Mill
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
Forrest's Co. [County] Map
Old Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
001 [Situation] In the west end of the Ph. [Parish] of Borrowstounness

A large farmhouse two storeys high with very extensive offices and thrashing machine, all in excellent repair, there is a vegetable garden, and farm of 220 acres attached, at present in the occupation of Mr William Walker, and the property of his Grace, the Duke of Hamilton.

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Parish of Borrowstounness
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Transcriber's notes

In Situation has the following note underneath: 34 chains west of Inveravon

In Situation has the following note underneath: In the west end of the Ph [ Parish] of Borrowstonness
The word Inner or more correctly Inver is the Gaelic, Inbhir - A confluence of water; the mouth of a river. Note the word Inbhir is pronouncednearly like Inver.

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