List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GALDENOCH BURN Galdenoch Burn Galdenoch Burn Goldenoch Burn
Galdenoch Burn
William Cambell James Hegan
Rl Eng [Royal Engineers] Map 1819
List of Names taken from Proprietors Returns supplied by G.McHaffie Esqr.
009 [Situation] From 1 mile to 2 miles West by North of Lochnaw Castle
A Burn or Stream which is the union of Mill Isle Burn and Green Burn meeting near Galdenoch Mill and Supplying or forming a Mill pond, at the above place after running from this pond it takes the name Galdenoch Burn and running a short distance in a westerly direction - runs into the sea south of SlocKnawen
Alexander Cochrane
James McEwen
George McHaffie Esqr.
009 [Situation] Nearly two miles W N W [West North West] of Lochnaw Castle.
A small Hillock the under soil of which is Rocky Slightly covered with arable soil situate on the W. [West] side of Torindoos Hill on the Farm of High Mark
Torindoos Hill
Torindoos Hill
James McEwen
Alexander Cochrane
George McHaffie Esq.
009 [Situation] 1 3/4 miles W. N. W. [West North West] of Lochnaw Castle
A small Hill or portion of slightly elevated ground on the Farm of High Mark, at the South East side runs the Galdenoch Burn

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[Page] 9 -- Parish of Leswalt

Craigan a Small Rocky hillock
Torran - a hillock or little hill } The Bushy hiilock
Dosach - Bushy
Toran Dubh -- The Black hillock

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