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    Place name County Entry Source
    Baillieston Lanarkshire Baillieston , q.s. par. (called also Crosshill ) and mining town, Old Monkland par., N. Lanarkshire, 6½ m. E. of Glasgow Bartholomew
    Baillieston Lanarkshire Baillieston and Shettleston mining district included in that year 22 active collieries, 16 of them at Baillieston itself. Pop. of village Groome
    Barachuie Lanarkshire village on the W border of Old Monkland parish, Lanarkshire, 1 mile W of Baillieston, and 4¼ E of Glasgow. Groome
    Braehead Lanarkshire Braehead, a village near Baillieston, Old Monkland parish, Lanarkshire, 2 miles W of Coatbridge. Groome
    Carmyle Lanarkshire Baillieston, and Coatbridge branch of the Caledonian railway, 1½ mile NNE of Cambuslang, and 4½ miles SSE of Glasgow Groome
    Crosshill Lanarkshire Crosshill, a south-eastern outbreak of Baillieston village, in Old Monkland parish, Lanarkshire. Groome
    Crosshill Lanarkshire Crosshill , quoad sacra par., Old Monkland par., N. Lanarkshire. See BAILLIESTON. Bartholomew
    Dykehead Lanarkshire Dykehead, a village in Old Monkland parish, Lanarkshire, 1¼ mile E of Baillieston. Groome
    Dykehead Lanarkshire Dykehead , vil., Old Monkland par., Lanarkshire, 1 ¼ mile E. of Baillieston; P.O. See Bargeddie and Dykehead. Bartholomew
    Glasgow Lanarkshire
    Renfrewshire
    Baillieston, Bishopbriggs, Bothwell, Campsie, Coatbridge, Kirkintilloch, Lenzie, Lismore, Milngavie, New Kilpatrick, Oban, Portree, Springbank, Stornoway, Uddingston, and Better Hope (Demerara Groome
    Hallhill, Wester, Colliery Lanarkshire Hallhill, Wester, Colliery , near Baillieston, Lanarkshire, 6½ miles E. of Glasgow. Bartholomew
    Hamilton Lanarkshire Baillieston, Bargeddie, Bellshill, Burnbank, Cadzow, Calderhead, Chapelton, Clarkston, Cleland, Coats, Coltnass, Dalziel South, Flowerhill, Gartsherrie, Garturk, Harthill, Holytown, Larkhall, Overtown Groome
    Lanarkshire Lanarkshire Baillieston. In 1880 there were in the county 1406 farms of 50 acres or under, 684 between 50 and 100, 830 between Groome
    Monkland, Old Lanarkshire Baillieston, Coatbridge, Gartsherrie, Garturk, etc. Giving off the quoad sacra parishes of Baillieston, Bargeddie, Coats, Gartsherrie, and Garturk, Old Monkland Groome
    Muirhead Lanarkshire Muirhead, a village in Old Monkland parish, Lanarkshire, close to Baillieston station. Groome
    Muirside Lanarkshire Muirside, a village in Old Monkland parish, Lanarkshire, 3 furlongs SW of Baillieston. Groome
    Provanhall Lanarkshire Provanhall, a village in Shettleston parish, Lanarkshire, 2 miles NNW of Baillieston station. Groome
    Swinton Lanarkshire Swinton , vil., Old Monkland par., Lanarkshire, near Baillieston, and 5 miles E. of Glasgow, pop. 619. Bartholomew
    Swinton Lanarkshire parish, Lanarkshire, ½mile N of Baillieston, and 6 miles E of Glasgow. Pop. (1861) 386, (1871) 346, (1881) 619. Groome
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