List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CORVISEL Corvisel Capt. [Captain] J. McKerlie R.N. [Royal Navy] Corvisel [Newtonstewart] 013 A Large Stone built House two Story high With outhouses all Slated and in good repair, With one Scotch Acre of Land Held Free by Lease for Ever Occupied by Capt. [Captain] J. McKerlie R.N. [Royal Navy]
CORVISEL WELL Corvisel Well Capt. [Captain] McKerlie R.N [Royal Navy] Corvisel [Newton Stewart] 013 A Spring well on the Farm of Barhill, for the Supply of Corvisel House etc Granted for the term of Corvisel Lease
LADY'S WELL Lady's Well Capt. [Captain] McKerlie R.N. [Royal Navy] Corvisel 013 An old Spring well on the road Side from N. [Newton] Stewart to Wigton about 3/4 mile from N [Newton] Stewart Said to be opened at the request of Lady Garlies for the accommodation of her horses. about the middle of the 15th Century.

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[Page] 52
Plan 13D -- List of Names collected by Dennis Kildoyle 2nd Examiner
No. of Trace 3
Corvisel - House etc
Corvisel Well - Spring well
Lady's Well - an old S [Spring] Well

[Parish] Penninghame

[Signed] Dennis Kildoyle
Apr [April] 13th 1846

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