List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL [Strichen] Chapel (Roman Catholic)
Chapel (Roman Catholic)
Chapel (Roman Catholic)
Revr. [Reverend] William Smith
John Sleigh Esqr.
Mr Chalmers. Strichen
013 A small, but neat, building or edifice with Priest's dwelling house attached. The buildings and portion of land surrounding, was given by Lord Lovat (former proprietor of Strichen) to the Catholic body of this district.
STRICHEN [town] Strichen
John Sleigh Esqr. Factor.
Mr James Chalmers Strichen
Ticket at Railway Station
013 A considerable village situated on the north bank of the Ugie. And in the parish of the same name. It comprises several streets, the principal being High Street. The public buildings are Town Hall, corner of High and Bridge Streets, Episcopal Chapel West Street, Free Church High Street, Parish School Market Stance, Nicol's School North Street and Episcopal School opposite. A branch office of the 'Aberdeen Town and County Bank' is situate in High St, also branch of the North of Scotland Bank North Street, here is the Post Office. Adjoining the Railway Station is a commodious Market Stance where Cattle markets are held monthly. The Streets (between kerbstones) i.e. High Street, Bridge Street, North Street, South Street, upper portions of West, and Market Streets are repaired and under the jurisdiction of the County Road Trust, (New Act). The remainder, Lanes and Foot pavements, by voluntary tax on the feuars. There is no public gaswork. The village
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