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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KNOCKBREX TP Knockbrax Toll
Knockbrex Toll
Knockbrex Toll
Written on the Toll House
George McHaffie Esqr.
Mr Thomas McClymont
014 [Situation] 2 miles S.W [South West] of Newtonstewart.
Two Toll Gates at a junction of Roads, and on the Road from Newtonstewart to Portpatrick.
CARTY PORT (NEW QUAY) Carty Port (New Quay)
Carty Port
New Port Carty
Archibald Geddies
Ainslie's Map (1782)
George McHaffie Esqr.
014 [Situation] 2 1/2 miles South of Newtonstewart.
A Quay, or Port on the Wigton side of the River Cree. Vessels of about 40 Tons Burden put in here, during the ordinary [Tides] It is the property of the Earl of Galloway -
CARTY PORT (OLD QUAY) Carty Port (Old Quay)
Old Port Carty
Archibald Geddies
George McHaffie Esqr.
014 [Situation] 2 Miles South of Newtonstewart.
A Quay on the Wigtonshire side of the River Cree, now little used, except by light Boats. -

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Parish of Penninghame
Form 136 Page
78 Knockbrex T.P [Turn Pike]
62; 81 Carty Port (New Quay)
70 ; 81 Carty Port (Old Quay)

[Note] "Cnoc" - A hill, a knoll
"Breae" Spotted, speckled, chequered etc
Gaelic Dictionary.

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