List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Daw Point
Daw Point
William Gibson
William McDowall
William Todd
031 [Situation] About 1 3/8 miles SW by W [South West by West] of Logan House.
A point of rocks on the sea Coast used as a Seat by fishermen whilst Angling.
MULL OF LOGAN Mull of Logan.
Mull of Logan.
Mull of Logan.
Mull of Logan.
William Gibson.
John Milroy.
Ainslies Map of 1782.
Royal Engrs [Engineers] Map 1819.
031 [Situation] About 1 1/2 miles WSW [West South West] of Logan House.
A tolerable large & Elevated headland on the most North Western point of Logan Estate, the Surface of which with the exception of Sea Shore is all arable land, on it is a Beacon erected by Col. [Colonel] McDowall of Logan, which Serves the twofold purposes of a Cattle [shade] & a mark for navigators entering Port Logan harbour. The two [ends] of this building also the N. W.[North West] side is rising about 40 or 50 feet above the Surface, it is loop holed, the Top & resembles a Castle at a Considerable distance.

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