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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Corswall House
Corswall House
David Guthrie (Factor
Ainslie's Map 1782
Rl Engrs [Royal Engineers] Map 1819
Hamilton Thompson
David Stalker
George McHaffie Esqr.
004 [Situation] ½ Mile S.E. [South, East] of Kirkcolm Village
A very large and commodious Dwelling house three Story high & slated, with office house in good repair, There are also some very fine gardens. Ornamental grounds. and a farm of 200 acres of land (chiefly plantation) attached.
Corsewall House is situated on the S.E [South, East] Shore of Loch Ryan and is the property and residence of James Moore Esqr.
Clachan Heughs
Clauchan Heugh
Clachan Heughs
Clachan Hughs
Clachan heughs
David Guthrie (Factor
Commander C.G. Robinsons Chart of Loch Ryan Rl. N. [Royal Navy] 1839
Ainslie's Map 1782
Rl. Engrs [Royal Engineers] Map 1819
John McDowal
John McCrea
George McHaffie Esqr.
004 [Situation] 1¾ Miles N. [North] by East of Kirkcolm Village & 1 Mile North of Corsewall.
A very bold rocky part of Clachan Shore and two large Ravines. to the extremity of these ravines is a foot path leading from Corsewall House. This Shore is the property of James Moore Esqr. of Corsewall House - Kirkcolm

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Parish of Kirkcolm

"Clachan" A small village from the Gaelic
Clachan, a circle of stones.

"Heugh" A crag; a ragged steep.
Dr [Doctor] Jamiesons [scottish dictionary]

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