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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
SCHOOL School
School
School
Mr William McLeay
Mr Thomas Anderson
James Moir Esq
139.08 A school in Castle Street, belonging to the Episcopalians. It was built by a congregation of Independents for a Chapel and used as such for some time when it was purchased by the Episcopal body with funds raised by subscription, and has since been used as a school. Education afforded:- English reading, writing, grammar and Arithmetic and needle work to the females. Average attendance thirty. unendowed.
CUNNINGHAR CLOSE Cunninghar Close
Cunninghar Close
Cunninghar Close
Cunninghar Close
Mr William McLeay
James Moir, Esq
Mr Thomas Anderson
Vauation Roll, 1861-61
139.08 A narrow lane or close extending westward from Broad Street to the tramway; the houses are all two storey, slated and in good repair. Various proprietors.

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