List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST PETER'S CHAPEL (Scottish Episcopal) St. Peter's Chapel (Scottish Episcopal) Rev. [Reverend] Charles Priestly Incumbant
Mr. William Howdon
Mr. A. Broddie
003 "The Episcopal Church is dedicated to St. Peter. It is built in the form of of a cruciform shape, and intended to be in the Norman Style of architecture.
The doorway is in the south transept, having a window over it, and the gable surmounted by a Campanile of fair design, but as a whole the building, neither in its external appearance, nor in its internal arrangement, is such as to satisfy the ecclesiologist. The chancel window is copied from one in York Minster, and is the redeeming feature in the church. The church contains an organ of great excellence by Nile of London."
Pratts' Buchan.
PARSONAGE [Mid Street, Fraserburgh] Parosnage
Rev. [Reverend] Charles Priestly Tenant
Mr. William Howdon
Mr. A Broddie
003 A dwelling house, having gardens and outhouses attached. Situated opposite St Peter's Chapel in Mid St.

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