List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GRENNAN HILL Grennan Hill.
Grennan Hill.
Alexander McColm.
Thomas Gib.
031 [Situation] About 1 3/8 miles NW by W [North West by West] of Logan House.
A high hill or precipice much remarked at Sea by Sailors & used by them as a Sea Mark, on it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party 'Greenan Hill'. This hill is on the farm of Drumbreddan. The soil is chiefly arable land. -
GRENNAN POINT Grennan Point.
Grennan Point.
Grennan Point.
Alexander McColm.
Thomas Gib.
Royl. Rngrs [Royal Engineers] Map 1819.
031 [Situation] At the SW [South West] Side of Grennan Hill.
A flat Point of Rocks on the Sea Shore Situate near to the North Side of Drumbreddan Bay.
SLEWDOWN Slee Doon Hill.
Slee Doon Hill.
Slew Down.
Slew Down.
Slew Down.
Fort Hill.
Samuel Hamilton
Alexander McColm
Alexander Milroy
William Gibson Surveyor Logan
Peter Burns Port Logan
Royal Engrs. [Engineers] Map 1819.
Name List of Plan 27B.
031 [Situation] About 1 mile NW by W [North West by West] of Logan House.
A considerable hill on the farm of Drumbreddan, the soil of which is arable land. -

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Parish of Stoneykirk -- [Page] 3
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Page 53 - Grennan Hill
54 - Grennan Point
54 - Slewdown

Griaman - A sunny eminence etc

Sliabh-dun - mountain fortress or hill fort

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