List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WEST CHURCH [Ayton] Meeting House (U.P.) [United Presbyterian]
West meeting house
West meeting house
John MacIntyre
James Stark Minr [Minister]
Mr Clarke. Ayton
012.05 A plain building containing seats for 290 persons. There is a commodious dwelling house attached the residence of the Minister. All are in good repair and are the property of the congregation
EAST CHURCH (United Presbyterian) [Ayton] Meeting House (U.P.) [United Presbyterian]
East Meeting House U.P. [United Presbyterian]
East Meeting House U.P. [United Presbyterian]
John MacIntyre
Mr. Stark Minister. Ayton
Mr Cairns. Ayton
012.05 A plain and commodious building two storeys high. in good repair, - It contains 580. sittings, Average attendance about 500. It is the property of the congregation

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Parish of Ayton -- Sheet 12 No 5 -- Trace 1 -- Collected by John W Rodgers

[Note] -- The word Church used instead of Meeting house as they
are properly speaking. "The Free Church" . "The United Presbyterian Church"
they are called so by the general Public & in all printed documents.

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