Uppercleugh Applegarth. OS Name Books said it was “1 1/4 mile N.W. from Lammonbie. A farmhouse & Offices occupied by William Jardine and the property of Sir William Jardine Baronet of Applegarth.”
Note it is halfway on a line NW from Lammonbie to Jardine Hall and named Upr. Cleugh.
“In an action re the paternity of a child named Matthew Ewart born August 22, 1858 at the instance of Mary Boyd, Bankend, Carlaverock (sic) against William Ewart servant at Uppercleugh Applegarth the Sheriff Court of Dumfriesshire on 27 May 1862 found that the said child was the illegitimate child of the parties aforesaid.”
Map: 1828 map of Uppercleugh, Applegarth,Dumfriesshire, from John Thomson's Atlas of Scotland, 1832.
Reproduced with the permission of the National Library of Scotland. See here.
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