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Kirkmadrine.—ancient par., now in Sorbie par., SE.
Wigtownshire ; its churchyard and ruined church are
1 mile N. of Garlieston.—2. Kirkmadrine, ruined
chapel, Stoneykirk par., SW. Wigtownshire, 2 miles
SW. of Sandhead; the gateposts of the churchyard
are 2 sculptured stones.

Kirkmahoe, par. and vil., Dumfriesshire, on river
Nith—par., 12,553 ac., pop. 1250; vil., 4 miles N. of

Klrkmaldcn.—par., Wigtownshire, 13,730 ac., pop.
2446; includes the Mull of Galloway, the most southern
point of Scotland; the church (1638) is 1 mile AV. of
Drumore. — 2. Kirkmaiden, ancient par., now in
Glasserton par., SE. AVigtownshire; Kirkmaiden Kirk,
now roofless, is on the coast, 8 m. NAV. of Burrow Head.

Kirkmansliulme, Hamlet of, detached part of
Newton township, Manchester par., SE. Lancashire,
within parliamentary limits of Manchester.

Kirkmay, seat, in par. and AV. vicinity of Grail, Fife.

Kirkmichael, vil. with ry. sta., Michael par., Isle
of Man,
2b miles S. of Ballaugh; p.o. See Michael.

Kirkmichael.—par. and vil., Carrick dist., Ayr-
shire—par., 15,930 ac., pop. 1989; vil., on Dyrock
Burn, 3 miles E. of Maybole, pop. 343; P.O.; in S.
vicinity of vil. is Kirkmichael House, seat.—2. Kirk-
michael, par., in S. of Banffshire, on river Avon,
75,759 ac., pop. 1073; the church is 4 miles NAV. of
Tomintoul.—3. Kirkmichael, par., Annandale dist.,
Dumfriesshire, 16,983 ac., pop. 849; the church is
on Water of Ae, 6g miles NAV. of Lochmaben ; 1
b mile
SE. of church is Kirkmichael House, seat.—4. Kirk-
michael, par. and vil., NE. Perthshire—par., 57,283
ac., pop. 849; vil., on Ardle AVater, 14 miles NW. of
P.O., T.o. — 5. Kirkmichael, par., E.
Ross and Cromarty. See

Kirkmnirhill, mining vil., Lesmahagow par., Lan-
arkshire, 5
b miles SE. of Larkhall, pop. 547 ; P.O., T.o.

Klrkness Honse, seat, Portmoak par., Kinross-
shire, near SE. end of Loch Leven, 4 m. N. of Lochgelly.

Kirkncwton and East Calder, par., AV. Edinburgh-
shire, 9477 ac., pop. 2742 ; contains Klrknewton, vil.,
b mile SE. of Midcalder sta., which is 11 miles SAV. of
Edinburgh, pop. 368 ;

Kirkney Water, NW. Aberdeenshire; flows NE. to
the Bogie near Gartly sta.

Kirkoswald, par., township, and vil., Cumberland,
in NE. of co.—par., 11,373 ac., pop. 842; township,
5737 ac., pop. 595; vil., 8 miles NE. of Penrith;
P.O., T.O.; the remains of Kirkoswald Castle stand
on an eminence near the vil.; in vicinity is Kirk-
oswald House, seat.

Kirkoswald, coast par. and vil., Carrick dist., Ayr-
shire—par., 14,861 ac., pop. 1781; vil., 4 miles SAV. of
P.O.; figures in the early history of the poet
Burns, whose “Tam o’Shanter”and “ Souter Johnnie”
(Douglas Graham and John Davidson) are buried in the

Kirkpatrick, ry. sta., 7 miles SE. of Ecclefechan,
SE. Dumfriesshire. See

Kirkpatrick-Durham, par. and vil., NE. Kirkcud-
bright, on Urr Water—par., 18,277 ac., pop. 1317; vil.,
5 miles NE. of Castle-Douglas, pop. 484 ;

Kirkpatrick-Fleming, par. and vil. with ry. sta.
(Kirkpatrick), Dumfriesshire—par., 11,529 ac., pop.
1464; vil., on Kirtle Water, 7 miles SE. of Ecclefechan;
P.O.; in vicinity is Kirkpatrick Honse.

Kirkpatrick-Irongray, par., NE. Kirkcudbright,
13,675 ac., pop. 784; the church is on Cluden Water,
b miles NW. of Dumfries ; in the churchyard of Iron-
gray is a monument to Helen Walker, the “ Jeanie
Deans ” of Scott’s
Heart of Midlothian.

Kirkpatrick-Juxta, par., N. Dumfriesshire, 22,335
ac., pop. 1064; the church is 1 mile SE. of Beattock
sta.; a small portion of the par. is in Lanarkshire.

Kirksanton.—hamlet, on coast of Cumberland, 6b
miles SE. of Bootle sta.—2. Kirksanton, Isle of Man.
See St

Kirkslde Honse and Kirkside Fishings, St Cyrus
par., S. Kincardineshire, If mile SW. of Lauriston sta.

Kirkstall, eccl. dist. with ry. sta., Leeds par., E.
div. West-Riding Yorkshire, in NAY. of Leeds bor., pop.
P.O., T.O.; the station is 3 miles NW. of AVel-
lington Street Station, Leeds; the ruins of Kirkstall

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