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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Burn Foot
John Owens farmer
William Hunter
George McHaffie Esqr.
005 [Situation] About 3/4 Miles N.N. WE. [North North West] of cairn Ryan Village
1/2 Mile North of Loch Ryan House
a good and commodious farm house and out houses in good repair having a large farm of rough land [attached] Its the property of Genl. [General] Sir Alexander Wallace
Loch Ryan House
Loch Ryan House
Loch Ryan House
Gen. [General] Sir Alexander Wallace
William Hunter
Richard Johnston
George McHaffie ESqr.
010 [Situation] About 1/4 Miles N.W. [North West] by North of Cairn Ryan Village and near the Eastern Shore of Loch Ryan
A large mansion house built in the year 1701 with beautiful [garden]Orchards and Ornamental ground attached having Out [houses] in good repair and a [good ] farm of land [attached] It is the property & Residence of Genl [General] Sir Alexander Wallace Bart. [Baronet]
LONG TOM (standing stone) Long Tom
Standing Stone
Long Tom Sloan
Long Tom Sloan
Gen. [General] Sir Alexander Wallace
Ainslie's Map 1782
William Hunter
Peter Stroyan
005 [Situation] About 2 1/4 Miles N. N. E. [North North East] of Cairn Ryan Village & 1 1/2 Miles E. by N. [East by North] of Galloway Bridge
A large Standing [Stone] 6 feet high Commonly Called Long Tom [or] Tom's Stone .

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[Page] 26 -- Parish of Inch

Form 136
Page - 67 & 96 - Burnfoot Farm
- 69 & 76 - Loch RYan House
- 43 - Long Tom

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Long Tom Sloan -or "Slowan" - spelling is correct

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