1 Cally Estate Lodges in Censuses and Valuation Rolls There are six lodges on the Cally Estate which, until the 1940's, remained part of the Cally Estate as indicated in the following valuation rolls : 1859 Valuation Roll owner Horatio Granville Murray Stewart of Cally Valuation Roll owner Col. James William Murray Baillie of Cally Valuation Roll owner Trustees of estate of Col. James William Murray Baillie of Cally Valuation Roll owner Elizabeth Murray Usher of Cally. The early valuation rolls do not specifically mention the lodges. They may well have commanded too small an annual rent to be included specifically. Over the years some lodges have been increased in size or rebuilt, and gradually during the 20th century, most of the lodges were sold and are now owned by individuals. The following notes refer to occupants of the lodges in various census and valuation roll returns. 1. Belvedere Lodge In the woods near Cally Gardens : Gardener s Lodge, Cally. Occupied by 7 male gardeners : Cally Lodge. Occupied by Thomas Galbraith 32, gamekeeper& his sister Sophia + visitor : Cally Lodge. Occupied by Thomas Galbraith 42, gamekeeper& his sister Minna : Galbraith s Lodge. Occupied by Thomas Galbraith 54, gamekeeper& a housekeeper : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - James Stewart, gamekeeper : Belvidere (sic). Occupied by James Stewart 46, gamekeeper& his wife Jane : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - James Stewart, gamekeeper : Belvedere Lodge. Occupied by James Stewart, 49, gamekeeper and his wife Jane : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - James Stewart, gamekeeper : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - George Ramsay, gamekeeper : Belvidere Lodge (sic). Occupied by George Ramsay, 45, gamekeeper, wife Jemima and : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - George Ramsay, gamekeeper : Cally, Belvedere Lodge. Occupied by George Orr, 51, head gamekeeper and wife Margaret & daughter Helen Lang Orr : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - Mrs. Farmer.
2 1940 : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - Arthur Pritchard (tenant) : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - Mrs Rose I. Leared (owner & occupier) : Valuation Roll - Belvedere Lodge - Cornhill Hotels (owner); John Smith, gardener (tenant). 2. Barhill Lodge Just up from Girthon Kirk. The 1854 Ordnance Survey map shows no sign of a building in the position of Barhill Lodge. The Girthon census entries for 1841 and 1851 probably refer to the cottage now known as Cuffieton Cottage, which is marked as Barhill on the 1854 map : Barhill. 2 separate parts. 1. Hugh McConchie, 65, agricultural labourer with wife & daughter. 2. Janet McCartney, grandchildren (probably) : Bar Hill. Occupied by Hugh McConchie 77, labourer & his sister Jean + niece Jean. The 1861 census causes further confusion, for the same property, named as one of several Cothouses, is entered in Enumeration district 7 page 3 as a Cothouse near Clauchan (of Girthon) and again in Enumeration district 7 page 6 as a Cothouse near Cally Mains. This is probably Barhill Cottage. Samuel Gordon, 53, foreman, with wife Janet and 4 children lived here : Gate Lodge. Occupied by John Anderson 80, gatekeeper & his wife Elizabeth. (This is entered between Cally Stables and Enrick Mill House and is probably Barhill Lodge.) The building of a lodge at Barhill may have been to discourage local people from using the old roadway from Girthon Kirk, passed Cally House into Gatehouse. The new Girthon Church had opened in Gatehouse in 1818 and the new road entrance (The Cut) into the town in The owners at Cally wanted to keep their house and grounds more private : Barrhill Lodge. Occupied by Mary Rennie 72, gatekeeper & her widowed daughter : Barhill Lodge. Occupied by John Clarke, 51, embroiderer & wife Jane : Barrhill Lodge. Occupied by Samuel McKie, 24, an agricultural labourer, with wife Mary and 2 sons : Valuation Roll - Barhill Lodge - Peter Lamont, labourer.
3 1900 : Valuation Roll - Barhill Lodge - William McMinn, labourer : Barrhill Lodge. Occupied by William C. McMinn, 40, woodman, and wife Georgina and daughter Maggie L. McMinn : Valuation Roll - Barrhill Lodge - David Malcolmson, labourer : Cally Barhill Lodge. Occupied by William J. Moon, 20, gamekeeper : Valuation Roll - Barhill Lodge - John McLean (tenant & occupier) : Valuation Roll - Barhill Lodge - John McLean (tenant & occupier) : Valuation Roll - Barrhill Lodge - John McLean (tenant & occupier) : Valuation Roll - Barrhill Lodge - John McLean (tenant & occupier). 3. High Lodge Just past Enrick farmhouse, off the B726 heading towards Gatehouse. A feature of this lodge is the roof which continues beyond the building walls and helping to form a veranda. In 1849, Thomas Murray, author of the 'Literary History of Galloway', wrote an article about his life, where he states that his mother Margaret Grierson came from the farm of Holeburn, Girthon, 'vulgarly called Burniehole'. This was 'a small farm, now incorporated with Townhead and with the pleasure grounds of Cally'. Given the position of this lodge, it seems that its old name might have been Burneyhole : Burneyhole Cottage. Occupied by William Fenn, 25, gamekeeper with wife Susan + 1 son : Burneyhole Lodge. Occupied by David Campbell, 35, gamekeeper, with wife Jannet : Burneyhole Lodge. Occupied by Robert Breconridge, 38, gamekeeper, with wife Mary : East Lodge. Occupied by Charles McBurnie, 44, gamekeeper, with wife Margaret + 1 son : High Lodge. Occupied by John Sangster, 36, gamekeeper, with wife Jane : High Lodge. No entry : Valuation Roll - High Lodge, Cally - George Ramsay, gamekeeper : Valuation Roll - High Lodge - vacant : Enrick High Lodge. Occupied by James Raphael, 40, gamekeeper, wife Isabella, son William and daughter Annie Isabell : Valuation Roll - High Lodge - James Raphael, gamekeeper : Cally, High Lodge. Occupied by James Raphael, 48, gamekeeper and wife Isabella + daughter Annie Isabell Raphael : Valuation Roll - High Lodge - James Raphael, gamekeeper.
4 For many years this lodge was known locally as Raphael's Lodge : Valuation Roll - High Lodge, Cally - Norval M Hughan (owner). Empty : Valuation Roll - High Lodge - Elizabeth Murray Usher (owner). Tenant paying less than : Valuation Roll - High Lodge - James Campbell, Enrick (owner). T. Hughes, farm worker (tenant). 4. Double Lodges At the junction of Cally Drive and the B726 before it becomes High Street, Gatehouse. The census records suggest that a single lodge existed until sometime in the 1860 s. The 2 lodges currently appear to be of the same style and the 1871 census refers to both as New Lodges, so probably the original lodge was demolished, being replaced with the 2 that exist today : Avenue Lodge. Single dwelling occupied by James Halliday, 35, joiner, and wife May : Porter s Lodge. Single dwelling occupied by James Halliday, 48, sawer, and wife Marion : Cally Lodge. Single dwelling occupied by James Halliday, 56, joiner, and wife Marion : New Lodge 1. Occupied by James Halliday, 70, joiner, and wife Marion + ANO. New Lodge 2. Occupied by Lucy Preston + 2 sons : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge West - Edward Preston, valet : Cally Lodge 1. Occupied by Lucy Preston + 5 Cally Lodge 2. Occupied by John & Julia Wood : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge West - Edward Preston, valet : Avenue Lodge 1. Occupied by John Wood, 77, army pensioner & a servant Jane McQuarrie. Avenue Lodge 2. occupied by Lucy A Preston, 51, gatekeeper, with 3 children, Edward, William & Lucy. No sign of her husband. In 1891 the enumerator probably approached the2 buildings in a different order from 1881, rather than the families having swopped houses : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge - John Wood, park ranger : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge, West - Edward Preston, valet : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge - Frederick Jones, coachman : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge, West - Edward Preston, valet.
5 1901 : Cally Lodge East. Occupied by Frederick Jones, 37, coachman and wife Margaret and son William G F Jones. Cally Lodge West. Occupied by Lucy Alice Preston, 61, gatekeeper, with sons Edward James, William Whaley & Thomas Albert Preston. (Lucy's husband, Edward Preston, was working as a valet at Cally House, and is entered there in the census.) 1905 : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge (out with the burgh) William McMinn, labourer : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge West (within the burgh) - George Whan, forester : Avenue Lodge 1. Occupied by George Cowan McWhan, 56, wood forester, and wife Agnes Jane + 1 son & 1 grandson. Avenue Lodge 2. Occupied by Patrick McQueen, 47, a widower, drainer and his widowed mother Grace : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge (west) - vacant. Avenue Lodge - Patrick McQueen, drainer. Patrick McQueen was known to his friends as Packy Queen. See picture 1921 : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge (west) - Mrs Murray Baillie, Cushat Wood (tenant), Robert Cox, gardener (occupier). Avenue Lodge, Cally - Patrick McQueen, Drainer (tenant & occupier) 1930 : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge (West) - William McMinn, labourer : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge - Samuel Rennie, gardener : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge (West) - Albert Farlow (tenant) : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge Cally, House - W. Clannahan (tenant) : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge (West) - Forestry Commission (owner). Roy White (tenant) : Valuation Roll - Avenue Lodge, House - Forestry Commission (owner). W. Clanachan (tenant) : Valuation Roll - Lower Double Cottage, Cally - Forestry Commission (owner) Roy White (tenant), 1960 : Valuation Roll - Upper Lodge, Cally - Forestry Commission (owner), John McKinna (tenant). 5. Cox s Lodge At the top of Ann Street, by the entrance to the bowling green and park : Cally Porter Lodge. Occupied by James McGowan, 68, gatekeeper, and probably his son William + 2 servants : Lock Up. Occupied by James McCulloch, 28, Cally postman, and his wife Margaret + 4 daughters.
6 1859 : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge (unfinished) William Deane, butler. There are papers which suggest that the lock-up was converted to a lodge in : Lodge at Cally Gate. Occupied by Daniel Mears, 67, molecatcher, and his daughter Sarah : Cally Porter Lodge. Occupied by Sarah Mears, 49, gatekeeper, + 1 lodger : Neilson Square (Lodge). Occupied by Sarah Mears, 56, Cally gatekeeper, + 1 boarder : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge - Miss Sarah Mears : Cally Lodge. Occupied by James Raphael, 31, rabbit trapper, wife Isabella and : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge - James Raffle, labourer : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge - James Raffle : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge - James Raffle, labourer : Cally Lodge (Ann Street) Occupied by Alex Whan, 48, assistant wood forester, with wife Jane and : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge - Alexander Whan, forester : Cally Lodge (Ann Street). Occupied by Alexander Whan, 58, forester and his wife Jane, & children Robert & Fanny Anderson Whan : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge : RALPH Cox, estate worker : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge : Robert Cox, gardener : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge : Robert Cox, gardener : Valuation Roll - House at Lodge : Elizabeth Murray Usher (owner) Empty.
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