List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Knockmonies Knockmonies
Alexander Kerr Glengyre (via) Stranraer
John McDowall Glengyre (via) Stranraer
William McDowall Knockmonies Douloch by Stranraer
James Anderson KnocKnane by Stranraer
009 A moderate Sized hill on the farm of Dowloch of amound like Shape rather tabular on top the quality of land good arable pasture
KNOCKWHILLEN HILL Knockwhillen hill
John McDowall Glengyre (via) Stranraer
Alexander Kerr Glengyre (via) Stranraer
William McDowall KnocKmonies by Stranraer
See Returms of Local Survey by C. Christison in 1828 in possession of A Kerr Glengyre by Stranraer
009 A moderate Sized hill of a ridge like Shape of the class usually denomanated "drum" (Back) the hill is arable and yields good Pasture -
ELDRICK HILL Eldrick Hill John McCrea
John Cavan [Cordounnan]?
009 A large cultivated hill on the Farm of Glengyre on it is a smaller one called by Trig [Trigonometrical] Party "Eldrick" & on it is a Trig [Trigonometrical] Station and is the Property of Sir Andrew this hill is well Known by all persons in the neighbourhood by the name given

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[Page] 134 -- List of Names collected by P. Connell R S & M [Royal Sappers & Miners]
Plan 9B -- Trace No 3 -- [Parish] of Kirkcolm

KnocKmonies - hill
Knockwhillan hill - hill
Eldrick Hill - Hill

[Signed] P. Connell
R S & M [Royal Sappers & Miners]
20th. Febr [February] 1847

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