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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BIRCHHILL Birchhill
Birchhill
Mr William Thomson Farmer Upper Kinneil
Mr William Walker Inveravon
Forrest's Co. [County] map
001 [Situation] In the south side of the ph. [parish] of Borrowstounness

This was formerly a farm steading, but now used as dwelling houses for agricultural laborers: there are two rows of cottages, and a large vegetable garden attached, tenanted by Mr William Thomson farmer, Upper Kinneil, and occupied by agricultural laborers employed on the farm of Upper Kinneil. and the property of the Duke of Hamilton.
TOD'S MILL (Brick Manufactory) Tod's Mill (Brick manufactory)
Tod's Mill (Brick manufactory)
Tod's Mill
Tod's Mill
Mr George Kirkwood North Hainnings
Mr Robertson Occupier Borrowstounness
Forrest's Co. [County] map
New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
001 [Situation] In the South Side of the ph. [parish] of Borrowstounness on the north side of the River Avon

A building used for the purpose of making bricks situated close to the River Avon; the machinery is worked by a wheel propelled by water. it is presently leased and worked by Mr Robertson of Borrowstouness, and is the property of his Grace the Duke of Hamilton.

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