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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KNOCKAMUDDY WOOD Knockamuddy Wood
Knockamuddy Wood
William Dunn
N. McNish
013 [Situation] N.E [North East] of Merton Hall.
An old wood on the [Demesne] of Merton Hall chiefly composed of Forest [Trees]
GALLOWS HILL Gallows Hill
Gallows Hill
Gallows Hill
William Dunn
N. McNish
George McHaffie Esqr.
013 [Situation] East of Merton Hall.
A small hill on the [Demesne] of Merton Hall, also the name of a part of the ornamental plantations of the same Demesne.
BLACK PARK Black Park
Black Park
Black Park
Nathaniel McNish
William Dunn
Archibald Forsythe
013 [Situation] 1/3 mile north of Merton Hall.
An old farm house [with] convenient] out houses [and] about 55 acres of land [attached] The property of Coll. [Colonel] Stopford [Blair]

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42 Knockamuddy Wood
42 Gallows Hill
41 Black Park

[Note] "Cnoc" A hill, a knoll etc
"Moide" comp [comparative or compound] of Mor. "Mor", Great, large,lofty, etc, etc,
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