List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Grahams Dyke
George Cadell Esq Cowdenhill House
John Anderson Merchant Bo'ness
Forrest's Co. [County] map
001 [Situation] About 18 Chains SSW [South South West] of Grangepans village.

An old farm steading one story high, converted into cottages, all in good repair having gardens attached. Occupied by miners, who are employed at the surr [surrounding] mines. The property of James John Caddell Esq. of Grange. This house derived its name from the "Wall of Antoninus" called "Grahams Dyke" in the locality. It is built on the remains of the wall and on the site of the paved road that was parallel to, and close to the south side of the wall.
North Kinglass
N. [North] King Glass
George Caddell Esq. Cowdenhill House
John Glass Farmer Kinglass
Forest's Co. [County] map
valn. [Valuation] Roll of Co. [County]
001 [Situation] 36 chains S.SW. [South South West] of the village of Grangepans

A small farm house one story high with offices and thrashing machine; all in good repair; there is a garden and a small arable farm attachjed. Tenanted by John Glass. The property of James John Caddell Esq. of Grange.

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