List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SLEWCART HILL Slewcarte Hill
Slewcarte Hill
Midhill of Glengyre
Slewcart Hill
Slewcart Hill

Slewcart Hill
Alexander Kerr
John McDowal
Andrew McKinstry
James Anderson
William McDowal
Sir A. Agnew
William Cairns Garchie
G McHaffie Esqr.
009 [Situation] In the South of the Parish
A moderate Sized hill on the farm of Glengyre of a mound like Shape rather tabular on top the Soil is good arable land. on this hill is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called "Midhill of Glengyre" Slewcarte is the ancient name of this hill but the inhabitants of the neighbourhood in talking will sometimes Call it The Mid hill of Glengyre it being surrounded by other hills
Slew Sack
Slewsack Hill
Slewsack Hill
Adam Kerr
John Ramsay
Sir A. Agnew
Mr McHaffie
009 [Situation] In the South part of the Parish
A low hill or portion of Slightly elevated ground nearly of a ridgelike on the farm of Glengyre the Soil of this hill is good arable ground.-
Meikle Glengyre
High Glengyre
High Glengyre
High Glengyer
High Glengyre
Alexander Kerr
John McDowal
Receipt for rent
Survey return 1828
G. McHaffie Esqr.
Ainslie's map 1782
Rl. Engrs. [Royal Engineers] map 1819
009 [Situation] In the South part of the Parish 1/2 mile S.E. [South East] of Dogstone Hill
An indifferent farm house and outhouses thatched 7 in bad repair and a farm of 130 acres chiefly arable land .occupied by Alexander Kerr. The property of Sir Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw.

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[Note Glengyre] See Page 50

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128 - Glengyre

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