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List of names as writtenVarious modes of spellingAuthorities for spellingSituationDescription remarksNote
Criagielinn Craigielinn Craigielinn
Rev [Reverend] P Brewster William Fulton James Lee
A romantic water fall situated on Glen Burn near to Craigielinn House which burn at this water fall is the property boundary between Rev [Reverend] P Brewster, and Mr Fulton Esqr.
Craigielinn House Craigielinn House Craigielinn House
Rev [Reverend] P Brewster Mr Fulton James Lee
A Superior dwelling house with garden and ornamental grounds attached the property of Rev [Reverend] P Brewster and occupied by him.
Brownside Braes
Rev [Reverend] P Brewster James Lee William Fulton
A range of pasture hills situated about two miles south of Paisley the property of the Marquis of Abercorn.

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Parish of Abbey -- County of Renfrew

Craigie Linn--"Lin, Linn, a cascade, a precipice" - Brockett.

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