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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GRANT'S HOUSE Grant's House

Grant's House

Grant's House
Mr William Grant Grant's House
George Christie, Grant's House
Thomas Fair
004.12 A small neat built village, situated near the
North British Railway. it was founded in the year 1816. by Thomas Grant, The original name was Banks House, until the opening of the Railway, when it was changed to Grants House. It is improving fast.
GRANT'S HOUSE INN Grant's House Inn
Grant's House Inn
Grant's House Inn
Mr William Grant
George Christie.-
Thomas Fair.
004.12 A neat square built House, on the Turnpike Road. It obtains its name from the village,
It is the Property of Mr William Grant, Grants House Occupied by James Shearlaw.
NORTH BRITISH RAILWAY North British Railway
North British Railway
North British Railway
Mr William Grant

George Christie,

Thomas Fair
004 ; 005 A well constructed line of Railway between Edinburgh and Berwick. It has a considerable share of traffic which is increasing.

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