List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of ST BARTHOLEMEW'S CHAPEL Site of Barthol Chapel
Site of Barthol Chapel
St. Bartholomew's Chapel
Mr. Wilson Teacher
Mr. P Smith Over Kirkton
Mr. J Gray Barthol Chapel
Collections of the shires,
037 Previous to the Reformation a Chapel stood here, said to have been erected during the 13th Century. It was dedicated to Saint Bartholomew, and was surrounded by a graveyard which still exists, but is now used as a playground by the School which stands in it.
SCHOOL [nr Bartholchapel] School
Mr. Wilson Teacher
Mr. P Smith
Mr. J Gray
037 A parochial School situated 4 miles North West from the Village of Tarves. It was erected in the year 1847 by the Right Hon. [Honourable] the Earl of Aberdeen for the use of the western part of the Parish, the average attendance of Scholars is 80. The School is used as a Preaching station once a month, when service is conducted by the Minister of the Parish.

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Parish of Tarves

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