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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
POLICE STATION [Stuartfield] Police Station
Police Station
Police Station
James Hutchison Constable
Mr. R. Porter Stuartfield
Mr. Boyd Merchant Stuartfield
021 A neat and substantial building, situated at the north end of the village of Stuartfield. Occupied by James Hutchison Constable.
POST OFFICE [Stuartfield] Post office
Post office
Post office
Miss Piper Post Mistress
Mr. Boyd Merchant Stuartfield
Mr. Smith Merchant Stuartfield
021 A substantial building, situated a short distance south of the Police Station, and on the same side of the street. There is two dispatches and two arrivals at this Post office in the day viz.
Arrivals 11.30 A.M. and 5.45 P.M.
Despatches 6.0 A.M. and 3.10 P.M.
CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL [Stuartfield] Independent Chapel
Independent Chapel
Independent Chapel
The Rev. [Reverend] T. Matheson
Mr. R. Porter Stuartfield
Mr. J. Will Bellman
021 "On the north side of the west street is the church, or, as formerly called, the Tabernacle, of the Independents, a commodious building in the style usually adopted by that denomination - that is to say, the roof is, or rather was, till lately, of a pavilion or tent shape." Pratts Buchan p. [page] 98
This chapel contains about 400 Sittings. The entrance is in the east gable, above which there is a stone marked 1800 or 1802.

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