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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
OLD WOOD Old Wood
Old Wood
Old Wood
William Dunn
Archibald Forsythe
George McHaffie Esqr.
013 [Situation] South east of Merton Hall.
A large wood or plantation of Forest Trees, on the east of and forming part of the ornamental Ground of Merton Hall.
DRUMJIN WOOD Drumjin Wood
Drumjin Wood
William Dunn
Archibald Forsythe
013 [Situation] North West of Merton Hall.
A part of the Ornamental plantation on the west side of Merton Hall.
MERTON BURN Merton Burn
Merton Burn
Merton Burn
William Dunn
Archibald Forsythe
George McHaffie Esqr.
013 [Situation] East of Merton Hall.
A small stream flowing from a pool at Knockamuddy Wood, passes thro' [through] the Fish Pond in Merton Hall Lawn and is the principal tributary of the Bishop Burn. -

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[Note] "Druim" The ridge of a hill, a roof etc
"Fionn" White, fair, small, fine, pleasant
Gaelic Dictionary.

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