List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HOUNDWOOD SCHOOL Houndwood School Alexander Falconer, Teacher
Mr Yule. Ayton
Mr Murray. Brockholes.
004.16 A small building one strey high and in good repair, with vegetable garden attached. It contains apartment for the accomodation [of] a schoolmaster and a school room capable of containing 100 scholars. The average attendance is about 84. The branches of Education taught are. Reading. [Writing.] Grammar. Arithmetic. Geography. Geometry. & [Latin.] It is an endowed school. and receives from Government the sum of £16.10s. annually.
BROOMIEBANK Broomiebank Alexander Falconer
Mr. Yule, Ayton
Mr. Murray, Brockholes
004.16 A small cottage one storey high and in good repair, with a vegetable garden attached. It is occupied by the proprietress Miss Watson._ The house and garden are situated upon a bank which was at one time uncultiated and clothed with Broom, hence the name. "Broomiebank"

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In Descriptive remarks for "Broomiebank" the word "uncultivated" appears to be misspelt as "uncultiated".
In Descriptive remarks for "Houndwood School" words/part words, missing in fold, have been presumed from their initial letters.

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