- LOCHTHORN, a village, in the Old Church parish of Dumfries, county of Dumfries; containing 64 inhabitants. This is one of a number of small villages, or rather hamlets, in the parish, of no particular interest or importance.
A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. Samuel Lewis. 1856.
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Dumfries — DUMFRIES, a royal burgh, county town, port, and the seat of a presbytery and synod, in the county of Dumfries; comprising the parishes of St. Michael and New Church, with the villages of Georgetown, Locharbriggs, Lochthorn, and part of Kelton; … A Topographical dictionary of Scotland