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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
COL-BOG Col-Bog
Col-Bog
Col-Bog
Andrew Wilson,
Coldingham.
John Johnston
Coldingham
Mr Thomas Renton
005.12 [Situation] Between Bonnerdub and Coldingham Law A lane, leading from St. [Saint] "Andrew's Burn" near the Manse (Ph) southward, to a small cottage near Coldingham Law; it is in places soft, whence called bog. Mr Wilson of Coldingham gives it his opinion that "Col-Bog" is a contraction of "Coldingham Bog"
SCHOOL (United Presbyterian) [Coldingham] School. (U.P.) [United Presbyterian]
School. (U.P.) [United Presbyterian]
School. (U.P.) [United Presbyterian]
Andrew Wilson,
John Johnston
Mr Thomas Renton
005.12 [Situation] Near the Cross about a chain from the corner of Bridge Street. A good Schoolhouse, built by Subscription, but is now the property of the Trustees of the U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church. They give it to the Teacher free of rent, It is a mixed School, male & female,and the average attendance is about 60 -

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 48 Coldingham Parish Sheet 5 No 12 Trace 1

Transcriber's notes

In Descriptive remarks for "Col-Bog, unable to decipher word shown in [ ] and whether (Ph) below refers to Parish or Public House.

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