List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE Manse (Ph) [Parish]

Manse (Ph) [Parish]

Manse (Ph) [Parish]
Andrew Wilson,
John Johnston
Mr Thomas Renton Coldingham
005.12 [Situation] Four chains east from the Church and about as many South from Chariot Road.
This is a neat house, two stories high, having a small Lawn, ornamented with trees, suitable offices, and a good walled garden attached.
It is the property of the Parish Minister for the time being; the present proprietor being the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Munro _
KING EDGAR'S WALLS King Edgar's Walls
King Edgar's Walls
King Edgar's Walls
Andrew Wilson.-
John Johnston
Mr. Thomas Renton
005.12 [Situation] About one chain South from the Church.
Old Stone-walls forming a portion of the boundary wall of Coldingham Churchyard on the South side of the "Church" Tradition says that they are the remains of a Palace erected by Edgar, King of Scotland, about the time that he founded the Priory which is supposed to be about A.D. 1098

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