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RHP503Plans of the Craigend Estate, land adjacent to Strathblane village and Dumbrock Bleach Works, Strathblane, Stirlingshire[1868]
Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference RHP503/2
Title Plan of lands adjacent to Strathblane village, Stirlingshire
Dates 1867
Access status Open
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Location On site (Sighthill)
Description 'Ownership in 1868 of the lands and estate of Ballagan, which were gifted by King James 1 to the bishops of Glasgow in 1430 and confirmed to them or to the convent of Greyfriars, Glasgow, by Isabella, Countess of the Levenaches, by charter 1452, and held as church lands accordingly (except Easter Balewan, conveyed by Bishop Muirhead to Patrick, 7th laird of Buchanan about 1461) until the Reformation time - or about 1580'. By Alex Galloway, Glasgow
[1:10,560] 6 inches = 1 mile. 533 x 725 mm. Ink and colour wash. Tracing paper. Linen backing.
Plan of lands adjacent to Strathblane village coloured to show different owners. Farms named. Mill of Milndavie, Dumbrock bleachworks, Blanefield printworks, line of railway, roads and Blane Water noted. Table showing state of the holdings in 1831 as entered in the Stirling County Roll of old valuations. Table of contents giving names of farms and proprietors with acreages added in pencil [indistinct].
Level Item
Extent 1 plan, flat
Related material Process
Associated places
NA10221Strathblane, Stirlingshire, Scotland

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