List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Slight Houses
Rev. [Reverend] John Dunlop
William Poole I. R. Offr. [Inland Revenue Officer]
John Henderson Surgeon
010.12 Consists of three cottages and a farm steading in very indifferent repair, one of which is unoccupied. They are the property of Mr Thomas Allen, Blackhouse. The name originated from one Peter Sligh who was Forester of the Preston estate having resided here.
CHURCH Bunkle Parish Church
Bunkle Parish Church
Bunkle Parish Church
Rev [ Reverend ] John Dunlop
George Henderson
George Aitchison
010.12 A small square built Church situated in the centre of the Parish of Bunkle, it was rebuilt in the year 1820 and is capable of containing 400 sitters which is more than half the population. The average number of communicants is 120.
MANSE Manse Manse Manse Rev [Reverend] John Dunlop
George Henderson
George Aitchison
010.12 A fine square built commodious house built in 1846 and situated close to the church it is occupied by the Rev [Reverend] John Dunlop The living is the gift of Lord Douglas.

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