List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EDROM [village] Edrom Village
Edrom Village
Edrom Village
James Wilson, Minr. [Minister]
David Mclain Broomhouse
C. Airth, Schoolmaster
017.01 A small village situated on the Broomhouse estate consisting of a School, Post office and smithy with residences attached. It receives its name from Ader coming from the Cambro-British word Awedur signifying running water and hum in Anglo-Saxon Signifying a Village"
See statistical account of Scotland Page 266
Mr Wilson. Minister
Mr McLain Broomhouse
Mr Airth Schoolmaster
017.10 A parish church is supposed to have been built about the year 1499. and was repaired in 1782 - and subsequently fitted up with private Galleries -- Sittings 407--
MANSE Manse (Established) Mr Wilson Minister
Mr McLain Broomhouse
Mr Airth Schoolmaster
017.10 A comfortable house with 10 acres of arable ground attached, (the residence of the Ph [Parish] Minister) it was built in the year 1760

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Ph [Parish] of Edrom -- Collected by James Hannan -- Sheet 17 No 1-- Trace 4

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