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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LONG TOM Long Tom General Sir Alexander Wallace Loch Ryan House by Cairn Ryan 005 A large Standing Stone 6 feet High Commonly Called Long Tom or Tomes Stone
GALLOWAY BURN Galloway Burn John McCleary Galloway Burn by Cairn Ryan 005 A Small Stream that for 1/2 a mile Divides the Counties of Wigton and Ayer. Its channel Is down a Deep Wood Glen. On its Course down this Glen it passes under the Road from Stranraer to Ayr Spanned at this place by a bridge of one arch 5 Chains Below this Bridge it falls into Loch Ryan

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List of Names collected- by Private William BirKby 1st. Examiner -- [page] 85 - Parish of Inch -- Plan 5A Trace No. 2

Object - Long Tom - Standing stone
- Galloway Burn- Small stream

[Signed] William BirKby
P t. R.S. [Private Royal Sappers] & Miners
9th october 1845

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