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OS1/3/5/29

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WALLACE STREET [Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] Extending from East end of River Street to its termination at E. [East] end of Damside.
This Street is principally composed of house belonging to the Working Class - the are chiefly one storey high and thatched.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Wallace Street; Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] South end of Wallace Street on the West side -
This is a plain building devoid of ornament with accommodation for about 600 sitters
BLACK BULL INN [River Street; Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] East end of River Street and on the North side.
This old established Inn is one of the oldest Hotels in the Town it is not in very good repair
GEORGE STREET [Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] Extending from East end of River Street to its junction with Cross Street at Wallaceton Toll Barr -
This Street Contains some good houses and Shops. the houses are chiefly 2 Storeys high slated and thatched
LIMONDS WYND [Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] Extending from George St to Cross Street -
A narrow thoroughfare the houses in it are small and inhabited by the Working Class.
ORIGINAL SECESSION CHURCH [Limonds Wynd; Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] South end of Limonds Wynd on the West side -
This is a plain building and is capable of Accommodating about 700 sitters
FREE CHURCH [Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] Centre of Limonds Wynd on the West side -
A very plain building the foundations of which are stone and upon which the walls (which are of wood & plastered) are Constructed it can accommodate about 600 sitters -
ESTABLISHED CHURCH SCHOOL [Cross Street; Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] In Cross Street about 1 Chain East from Limonds Wynd -
A small building used as a School under the auspices of the Established Ch: [Church] average No of Scholars Male and Female about 80 -
PHILIP SQUARE [Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] North of PLan N. W. [North West] from Wallacetown Grave Yard
A Collection of houses built in a Kind of irregular square chiefly occupied by Weavers. - the houses are one storey high & thatched
WALLACETOWN GRAVE YARD Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] At the junction of Cross- & George Street
A spacious Enclosure used by the inhabitants in the vicinity for a Grave Yard -
WALLACETOWN TOLL BAR Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] At the junction of Cross- & George Street
A Toll Bar on the Road from Ayr to Tarbolton where tolls are collected -
OLD BRIDGE LANE [Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] West of Plan and North side of River Ayr -
A small thoroughfare leading from the E [East] End of River Street to extensive Starch Works by the River Ayr -
REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [John Street; Ayr] Nil W. Bone
John Moore
Robert Gray
033 [Situation] At the South side of the junction of John, George & River Streets
A small and plain Church devoid of any ornament, number of sitters about 500

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