List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Grennan Moor
James Milroy
Thomas A. Chochrane
031 [Situation] About 1/4 mile SE by S [South East by East] of Kirkbride.
A portion of moorland interspersed with Rough Pasture & Furzes on the farm of Grennan, near the south side of which is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party "Cairn Grennan".
GRENNAN SLATE QUARRIES Grennan Slate Quarries.
Grennan Slate Quarries.
Grennan Slate - quarries
James Milroy.
Samuel Thomson.
Proprietors Rent Roll.
031 [Situation] About 3/4 mile SE by E [South East by East] of Kirkbride.
This name applies to Quarries on the farm of Grennan the description of which is clay Slate of a bluish colour, it is not much used for building but chiefly for Agricultural purposes, Drains etc. on Logan Estate, the farms of which must be supplied first & after sold to all that may require them. These Quarries of Greenan & Kilstay gave employment to 6 men throughout the year - they are let to James L. Johnston, Kilstay Moor.
PATH SANDS Path Sands.
Path Sands.
Path Sands.
James McLelland.
James Milroy.
William McGaw.
031 [Situation] 3/4 mile ESE [East South East] of Kirkbride. -
A small portion of sandy beach on the shore of the farm of Grennan used as a Shelter for small fishing boats. It takes its name from a high or declivity above it over which the road from Stranraer to Drumore passes.

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