List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Eagle Cairn
John Brown
William McCulloch
035 [situation] 5/8 mile South of Auchneight (farm house)
The tract of an ancient cairn supposed to mark the spot where some Pict of note is interred. Situate on both sides of the massive dyke which divides the farm of Cardryne & Auchneight.-
Cardryne Hill
Cardryne Hill
Cardryne Hill
Cardryne Hill or Kirkdry Hill
Robert Bone
John McGaw
Peter McGaw
Alexander Jamieson
William Todd
035 [situation] About ½ mile S. by E. [South by East] of Auchneight (farm house)
An oblong hill on the farms of Auchneight & Cardryne from the latter it derives its name, the Surface of which is heathy [pasture]. On it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party "Auchneight".
BRIDE'S WELL Bride's Well
Bride's Well
Bride's Well
Robert Bone
John Brown
William McCulloch
035 [situation] 27 chains S by W [South by West] of Auchneight (farm house)
A spring well on the farm of Aughneight the origin of its name is unkown

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Parish of Kirkmaiden

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Page - 92 - Eagle Cairn
Page - 90 ; 12 - Cardryne Hill
Page - 88 -- Bride's Well

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