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Dumfriesshire volume 02

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/10/2/1 ANNAN Annan (Town) Annan (Town) Annan (Town) J. & C. Walker's Map of Scotland Crawford's Map of Dumfries-shire Johnston's Map of Dumfries-shire 062 [Situation] Towards the Sn. [Southern] extremity of the Parish of Annan The Name is derived from that of the Parish in which the town is Situated. Annan is a royal burgh situate on the left bank of the River Annan near its discharge into the Solway Firth - distant 15½ miles East by South of the County Town of Dumfries. - It is One of the most Ancient towns in Scotland - having received its first Charter from King Robert Bruce. - The subsisting Charter however was granted by James VI in 1612. - There is a weekly market held in it; also two fairs in May And October. The Principal Street runs from West to East of the densely populated part of the town and is called High Street. - Several other wide Streets diverge North and South therefrom. - The houses in general two storeys high are neat And well built of Sandstone. - The River Annan passes the Town on the West [Continued on page 2]
OS1/10/2/1 [page] 1 Town of Annan -- County of Dumfries
OS1/10/2/2 ANNAN 062 [Continued from page 1] West over which there is a bridge of three Arches. In it Are a Town Hall, two Parish Churches - one of which is Quoad Sacra - A Parish School or Academy - a Congregational, Free, Episcopal and Roman Catholic Churches, Assembly Room, Sub Post-Office etc. etc. It possesses extensive burgh woods and Commonties. It is governed by a Provost, 3 Bailies, a Treasurer, a dean-of-guild And 15 Councillors. Manufactories for Cotton Stuffs are carried on to a small extent Its export trade is chiefly in Pork. Population about 4,700. -
OS1/10/2/2 [page] 2 Town of Annan -- County of Dumfries
OS1/10/2/3 HOWES-SCARRS Howes-Scarrs Howes-Scarrs Howes-Scarrs Howes-Scaur Thomas Marshall Farmer Howes William Kerr Farmer Occupier Lease for 1820 Rent receipts for 1851 062 [Situation] In the North part of the borough of Annan A small farm house, one story high with offices - all in good repair having a garden and a small arable farm attached. Tenanted by William Kerr; the property of Edward Mckenzie Esqr - Foley Court London.
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OS1/10/2/5 VIOLET BANK Violet Bank Violet Bank Violetbank Violetbank Violetbank William Poole Richardson Farmer Violet Bank James Bell Carpenter Violet Bank James Simpson Esqr Commercial Bank Annan Property documents Valuation Rolls. 062 [Situation] On the West bank of River Annan. Four houses situated on the Western Bank of the River Annan occupied by William Poole Richardson Farmer and James Bell Carpenter, these are the property of Edward MacKenzie Esqr of Folly Court London, The other the property and residence of Mrs Rutherford.
OS1/10/2/5 EVER HOLM [Situation] On the East bank of River Annan See Sheet 3
OS1/10/2/5 RIVER ANNAN Annan Water See Sheet 10
OS1/10/2/5 [page] 5 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 2 -- Trace 1
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OS1/10/2/7 EVER HOLM Ever Holm Ever Holm William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan Property documents 062 [Situation] On the East bank of River Annan A large arable plain extending along the eastern bank of Annan Water; & is let to the people of Annan for pasturing cattle. The property of Mr Graham the Moat.
OS1/10/2/7 GALA BANK Gala Bank Gala Bank Alexander Downie Town Clerk Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] On the East Side of Everholm A prominent arable ridge at the north end of the town of Annan; tenanted by John Palmer Seedsman, & the property of Mrs Johnston of Gala Bank.
OS1/10/2/7 [page] 7 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 3 -- Trace 1
OS1/10/2/8 NORTH STREET [Annan] North Street John Rae, Nursery man Northgate, 062 [Situation] A few chains south of Gala Bank A small street extending from the junctions of. Thomas & Johnstone Str for about 20 chains on the Ecclefech [Ecclefechan] road. having houses on its eastern side slated & generally in good repair. with V. [Vegetable] gardens attached,
OS1/10/2/8 NORTHGATE Northgate John Rae Nurseryman Northgate, 062 [Situation] On the East Side of North Street A small house in North St. one storey high, slated in good repair with nursery attached. occupied by John Rae. proprietor,
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OS1/10/2/9 HOWES Howes . Howes Thomas Marshall Farmer Howes James Graham Farmer Howes. Valuation Rolls. 062 [situation] 8 Chains West of River Annan A large farm house. two storeys high. slated, in good repair with commodious offices & vegetable garden attached. occupied by Thomas Marshall. Farmer. proprietor - James McKenzie Esq Fallow Court, London. There is also a large arable farm attached. There is a small small house two stories high, with offices - all in good repair - having a garden attached; to which this name is given. Tenanted by James Graham, the property of the Marquis of Queensberry.
OS1/10/2/9 [page] 9 Parish of Annan -- Sheet. 5 -- Trace 3.
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OS1/10/2/11 HOWES POOL Howes Pool Hugh Kerr Builder Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] In River Annan A large pool in the River Annan; situated in front of the farm house of Howes.
OS1/10/2/11 QUARTER CAKE Quarter Cake Hugh Kerr Builder Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 006 [Situation] On the East bank of River Annan A small patch of arable land at the south end of Ever Holm. It is bounded on the north and west by a row of forest trees, and on the south & east by a wall that forms part of the southern boundary of Ever Holm. It owes its name to its shape; being shaped like the quarter of a cake.
OS1/10/2/11 HOWES Howes See Plan 5
OS1/10/2/11 [page] 11 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 6 -- Trace 2
OS1/10/2/12 GREENBANK Greenbank James Graham Farmer Howes Hugh Kerr Builder Annan 062 [Situation] 2 chains East of Quarter Cake A large house two stories high, with offices - all in good repair - having a vegetable garden attached. The property and residence of Mr Skelton, Banker.
OS1/10/2/12 [page] 12 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 6 No 3 [Note Ever Holm] -- For description See page 7
OS1/10/2/13 MOAT [N of Annan Castle (Site) Moat . Moat Moat Hugh Kerr Builder Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan New Statistical Acct [Account] of Annan Old Statistical Acct [Account] of Annan 062 [Situation] A few chains East of River Annan Two apparently artificial mounds, to the north of the site of Annan Castle, but seperated from it by a hollow. It is supposed that courts of justice were held here in feudal times.
OS1/10/2/13 TOOT HILLS Toot Hills See Sheet 7
OS1/10/2/13 RIVER ANNAN See Page 29.
OS1/10/2/13 [page] 13 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 6 No 6
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OS1/10/2/15 MOAT HOUSE Moat House James Graham Farmer Howes Thomas Marshall Farmer Howes 062 [Situation] On the N.E. [North East] Side of the Moat A large house two storeys high, and slated. in good repair, with vegetable garden attached. occupied by Mr Pearson; and is the property of Mr W. Graham who is at present in North America.
OS1/10/2/15 [page] 15 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 6 -- Trace 6
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OS1/10/2/17 HOPE STREET [Annan] Hope Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge John Jackson Cumberland Terrace Annan 062 [Situation] 4 Chains East of Greenbank A street branching off the north side of "Johnstone Street"; and running in a northerly direction for about four chains terminates. The houses are one storey high; and slated. with vegetable gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/17 NORTH STREET North Street See Sheet 3
OS1/10/2/17 GREENBANK Greenbank See Sheet 6
OS1/10/2/17 [page] 17 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 1
OS1/10/2/18 BEE COTTAGE Bee Cottage Mr David Steel Newington Lodge Annan John Jackson Cumberland Terrace Annan 062 [Situation] 6 Chains N.E [North East] of Hopeton Street A small cottage one storey high; and slated. in good repair. with vegetable gar [garden] attached. occupied by Mrs Byres; and is the property of David Steel Esq of Newington Lodge. Annan
OS1/10/2/18 [page] 18 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 2
OS1/10/2/19 LADY STREET [Annan] Lady Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English St. Annan 062 [Situation] Running in a Southerly direction from Thomas Street till it Joins Lodge Street A street extending from "High Street" to the junction of "Thomas" Street"; and "Wellington Street" The houses are all in good repair having offices; and vegetable gardens attached;
OS1/10/2/19 THOMAS STREET [Annan] Thomas Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 [Situation] Running in a S E. [South East] direction from the Junction of Johnstone Street & North Street to the Junction of Wellington Street & Lady Street A street extending from the junctions of "Johnstone Street" and "North Street" to the junction of Wellington Street" and "Lady Street" The houses are in good repair having offices and vegetable gardens attached;
OS1/10/2/19 [page] 19 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 4
OS1/10/2/20 WELLINGTON STREET [Annan] Wellington Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 [Situation] Running in a S [South] direction from Johnstone Street till it Joins the Junction of English Street & Lodge Street A street extending from the junction of "English Street" [and] "Lodge Street" to "Johnstone Street The houses are all in good repair. having offices; and vegetable gardens attached
OS1/10/2/20 LODGE STREET [Annan] Lodge Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 A street extending from the centre of "Lady Street" to the junction of "English Street" and Wellington Street. The houses are all in good repair. having offices and vegetable gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/20 [page] 20 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 4
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OS1/10/2/21 VICTORIA INN [Annan] Victoria Inn Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan Mr Beattie Annandale Arms Lady Street Annan 062 [Situation] In English Street at its junction with Wellington Street. A large commodious house two storeys high; in good repair. having a vegetable garden attached. occupied by Thomas Forster who is licensed to sell ale and spirits. The property of Miss Sutherland.
OS1/10/2/21 MOAT HOUSE Moat House See Sheet 6
OS1/10/2/21 [page] 21 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 4
OS1/10/2/22 TOOT HILLS Toot Hills David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 [Situation] From Battery Brae N.N.E, [North North East] to the junction of Thomas Street with Johnstone Street - A street extending from the junctions of Johnstone [Street] "Thomas Street" & North Street to Batery Brae. The ho [houses] are all in good repair ha [having] offices; and vegetable gar [gardens] attached.
OS1/10/2/22 ANNANDALE ARMS (P.H.) [Annan] Annandale Arms (P.H.) [Public House] Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan Mr Beattie Annandale Arms Lady Street Annan 062 [Situation] Near the North end of Lady Street. A commodious house two Sor [storeys] high in good repair having offices attached. It is occupied by Mrs Beattie. who is licen [licensed] to sell ale and spirits. The property of Mr Moffat Tanner Lady Street Annan
OS1/10/2/22 [page] 22 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 4
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OS1/10/2/23 JOHNSTONE STREET [Annan] Johnstone Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 [Situation] From the North End of Thomas Street - East to Hopeton Street A street running from the junction of Thomas Street and North Street, to Hopeton Street. The houses are all in good repair, having vegetable gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/23 ENGLISH STREET [Annan] English Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 [Situation] From the junction of Wellington Street with Lodge Street N.E.E, [North East East] to Butt Street - A street extending from "Wellington Street" to the termination of "Butt Street". The houses are all in good repair, having offices; and vegetable gardens. attached;
OS1/10/2/23 [page] 23 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 5
OS1/10/2/24 GEORGE STREET [Annan] George Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English St Annan 062 [Situation] From Lodge Street East to Butt Street - A street extending from "Lodge Street", to "Butt Street" having houses on both sides all in good repair, having vegetable gardens attach [attached]
OS1/10/2/24 HOPETON STREET [Annan] Hopeton Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 [Situation] At the East end of Johnstone Street. A street extending from the junction of "Butt Street" and "English Street". for about 6 c [chains] terminates. The houses are all in good repair. having offices; and vegetable gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/24 [page] 24 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 5
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OS1/10/2/25 BUTT STREET Butt Street David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Robert Watson Commercial Inn Church Street Annan 062 [Situation] From the South End of Hopeton Street South to High Street. A street extending from the junctions of "High Street and "Church Street" to the junctions of English Street; and "Hopeton Street" The houses are all in good repair. having offices; and vegetable gardens attached
OS1/10/2/25 [page] 25 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 5
OS1/10/2/26 ROSE STREET [Annan] Rose Street David Steel Esq Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English St Annan 062 [Situation] From the North end of butt street N E, E, [North East East] A street branching of near the North end of "Butt Street" and running in an easterly direction for about 4 chains; terminates. The houses are all in good repair having offices and vegetable garden attached.
OS1/10/2/26 GAS WORKS [Annan] Annan Gas Works David Steele Esqr Newington Lodge Annan Thomas Forster Victoria Inn English Street Annan 062 [Situation] At the East end of Rose Street A block of buildings with a large Gasometer attached used in the manufacture of Gas for the Burgh of Annan - The property of a Company. -
OS1/10/2/26 [page] 26 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 7 -- Trace 5
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OS1/10/2/27 NEWINGTON LODGE Newington Lodge David Steel Proprietor Newington Lodge 062 [Situation] In the N,En [North Eastern] vicinity of the Burgh of Annan - A large; and commodious house three storeys high; and slated with commodious offices houses an arable farm, and vegetable garden attached. occupied by David Steel. who is also the Proprietor.
OS1/10/2/27 [page] 27 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 8 -- Trace 2
OS1/10/2/28 STANDALANE (Ruins of) Standalane (Ruins) George Steel Esqr - Newington Lodge George Turnbull Farmer Annan 062 [Situation] About 16 Chains East of Newington Lodge. - The ruins of a cottage on the farm of Howes; situated a little to the east of Newington Lodge.
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OS1/10/2/29 BRUCE STREET [Annan] Bruce Street Campbell McLean Grocer Annan Mr Aitchison Joiner Annan 062 [Situation] N. [North] from High Street. - A narrow street extending from High St. to Toot hills, its length is about 4 chains, and runs in a northerly direction. The houses are one & two storeys high & in good. repair, with Offices & gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/29 BATTERY BRAE [Annan] Battery Brae Campbell McLean Mr Aitchison 062 [Situation] N. [North] from the West end of the High Street A street extending from high street. to Toot Hills, and runs for 5 chains in a northerly direction The houses are one & two storeys high & in good repair, with offices & gardens attached,
OS1/10/2/29 MOAT Moat See Sheet 6
OS1/10/2/29 RIVER ANNAN Annan Water Annan Water River Annan River Annan River Annan River Annan Alexander Downie Esqr Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan Walters' Map of Scotland Crawfords Map of Dumfriesshire Johnston's Map of Dumfriesshire Blackwood's Map of Dumfriesshire [Situation] S. by W. [South by West] through the Burgh of Annan - A small river having its source near Moffat & flowing in a southerly direction falls into the Solway Firth.
OS1/10/2/29 TOOT HILLS Toot Hills 062 See Sheet 7
OS1/10/2/29 [page] 29 Town of Annan -- Sheet 10 -- Trace 3
OS1/10/2/30 SCAURBANK HOUSE Scaurbank House Scaurbank House Scaurbank House Mr Anderson. Timber Merchant Annan Mr Aitchison Joiner Annan Property documents 062 [Situation] About 6 chains S.W. [South West] from the West end of High Street. A commodious cottage one storey high slated, and in good repair, having a garden attached, occupier & proprietor Mr Anderson., Annan.
OS1/10/2/30 Site of ANNAN CASTLE Annan Castle (Site of) Annan Castle (Site of) Alexander Downie Esqr Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] To the S.E. [South East] of Battery Brae This is the site of a castle once the Royal residence of the Bruce's; the date when any remains of it well last standing is not ascertained.
OS1/10/2/30 [page] 30 Town of Annan -- Sheet 10 -- Trace 5
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OS1/10/2/31 BLUE BELL INN [Annan] Blue Bell Inn John Boustead Innkeeper Annan Campbell McLean Grocer Annan 062 [Situation] At the West end of High Street. - A commodious two storey, slated and in good repair. having offices attached, occupied by John Boustead who is licensed to sell ale & Spirits proprietor. Mrs G. Orr, 143 West, Campbell St. Glasgow,
OS1/10/2/31 OLD BUSH INN [Annan] Old Bush Inn, John Boustead Campbell McLean 062 [Situation] Nearly opposite the Market Cross - at the South Side of High Street. - A large house two storeys high, slated, having commodious offices attached, all in good repair. occupied by Mrs Harkness, who is, licensed to sell ale & spirits. property of. Robert Irvine, Colonels Wynd Annan,
OS1/10/2/31 STEAM PACKET INN [Annan] Steam Packet Inn Steam Packet Inn William Smith Innkeeper Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] Near the West End of High Street. A commodious house. two storeys high, slated, having offices attached. all in good repair, occupied by William Smith who is licensed to sell ale & spirits proprietor, Dr [Doctor] Edgar, Port St. Annan
OS1/10/2/31 [page] 31 Town of Annan -- Sheet 10 -- Trace 6
OS1/10/2/32 PORT STREET [Annan] Port Street, Campbell McLean Grocer Annan Mr Aitchison Joiner Annan 062 [Situation] From the west end of High Street - S.W. [South West] to River Annan A long narrow street extending from High Street. to. the Port of Annan, The houses are of one & two storeys high and all in good repair, having vegetable gardens attached,
OS1/10/2/32 COLONEL'S WYND Colonel's Wynd 062 See Sheet 11
OS1/10/2/32 CARLYLE'S PLACE [Annan] Carlyle's Place Thomas Wright Draper Carlyle's Place, Annan Mr Aitchison Joiner Annan 062 [Situation] From the East Side of Port Street - E. by S. [East by South] A short street running in an east & southerly direction from Port Street & extending for about four chains, The houses are one & two storeys high and are in very good repair, all having office houses & vegetable gard [gardens] attached,
OS1/10/2/32 ROYAL OAK INN Royal Oak Inn 062 See Sheet 14
OS1/10/2/32 POOL'S CLOSE [Annan] Pool's Close Campbell McLean Mr Aitchison 062 [Situation] 3 Chains East of the N. [North] end of Port Street A narrow lane running in a southerly direction, for 3 chains from near High St. The houses are two storeys high - with gardens & offices attached all in good repair
OS1/10/2/32 [page] 32 Town of Annan -- Sheet 10 -- Trace 6
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OS1/10/2/33 TOWN HALL [Annan] Town Hall Town Hall Alexander Downie Esqr Town Clerk Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] Near the West end of High St. A plain square building, two storeys high. & slated, & in good repair. It is also used as Court house. Reading Room & Library. A justice of peace court is held here once a month. The ground flat is used as a gaol.
OS1/10/2/33 CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH [Annan] Congregational Church Congregational Church Congregational Church Revd [Reverend] Mr Young Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan Oliver & Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac. 062 [Situation] About a Chain S.E. [South East] of Pool's Close. - A small plain building large enough to afford accommodation for 100, the average attendance is about 30 & the average Communicant about 30. The Revd [Reverend] Mr Young is the minister, & his stipend is raised by the offerings of the congregation.
OS1/10/2/33 HIGH STREET [Annan] High Street High Street Alexander Downie Esqr William Cuthbertson 062 [Situation] From West to East of the central part of Annan Burgh. The main street in the town of Annan, extending from the junction of Church Street, Murray Street & Butt Street; to Annan Water. The street is well lighted with gas & there are houses on each side of the street
OS1/10/2/33 MARKET CROSS [Annan] Market Cross Market Cross Alexander Downie Esqr William Cuthbertson 062 [Situation] East of Town Hall in High Street. - This name is applied to a cross formed on the pavement & situated in the market place, in front of the Town Hall.
OS1/10/2/33 [page] 33 Parish of Annan -- Sheet 10 -- Trace 6
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OS1/10/2/35 COMMERCIAL BANK OF SCOTLAND [Annan] Commercial Bank of Scotland Mr Simpson Commercial Bank Annan George Pool Grocer High St Annan 062 [Situation] At the N. [North] side of High Street, A large house two storeys high in good repair. having commodious office houses; and a vegetable garden attached. It is the property of the Commercial Bank of Scotland, the agents are Simpson & Skelton. Annan.
OS1/10/2/35 LODGE STREET Lodge Street 062 See Sheet 7
OS1/10/2/35 POST OFFICE [Annan] Post Office George Pool Post Master Annan Mr Simpson Banker Annan 062 [Situation] At the South side of High Street A large house two storeys high in good repair; the ground floor is used as post office; and Grocer's shop. - George Pool. being Post Master. There are three Despatches; and two Deliverys in the day; and one Despatch and one Delivery on Sundays.
OS1/10/2/35 LADY WELL Lady Well Lady Well Lady Well George Pool Mr Simpson Mr Paton 062 [Situation] To the west of Port Street A large well or spring - The name is derived from the supposed apparition of a Ghost in the shape of a Lady about its vicinity,
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OS1/10/2/36 CROWN AND THISTLE (P.H.) [Annan] Crown and Thistle Isaac Richardson Crown and Thistle Annan George Pool Grocer High Street Annan 062 [Situation] At the North side of High Street - A large house two storeys high in good repair. having commodi [commodious] offices attached. It is occupied by Isaac Richardson who is licensed to sell ale and spirits. The prope [property of Mrs Blacklock "Hares Den A [Annan]
OS1/10/2/36 LADY STREET Lady Street See Sheet 7
OS1/10/2/36 OLD KING'S ARMS (P.H.) [Annan] Old Kings Arms P.H. [Public House] J. Campbell Old Kings Arms Annan Isaac Richardson Crown & Thistle Annan 062 [Situation] On the East side of Hay's Close. A large house two storeys high, in go [good] repair. occupied by J. Campbell who [is] licensed to sell ale and spirits. It i [is] the property of. Misses. Johnstone's Summerhill Annan.
OS1/10/2/36 BRUCE STREET Bruce Street See Sheet 10
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OS1/10/2/37 HAY'S CLOSE [Annan] Hay's Close David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan George Pool Grocer High Street Annan 062 [Situation] N. [North] from High Street. A narrow Lane about 3 chains long; extending at right angles from the north side of "High St" about 1 chain east of the "Commercial Bank of Scotland; having houses two storeys high on its east side; and one and two on its west side.
OS1/10/2/37 BUCK INN [Annan] Buck Inn Mr Carruthers Buck Inn High Street Annan George Pool High Street Annan 062 [Situation] At the North Side of High Street - A large house three storeys high. in good repair; having. commodious offices attached. It is occupied by Mr Carruthers. who is licensed to sell ale and spirits. It is the property of John Boustead. "Blue Bell Inn" Annan.
OS1/10/2/37 CROWN INN [Annan] Crown Inn Marion Carmichael Crown Inn Annan Mr Carruthers Buck Inn Annan 062 [Situation] At the East Side of Lodge Wynd A commodious house two storeys high. in good repair. occupied by Marion Carmichael who is licensed to sell ale and spirits It is the property of Mrs Robertson - Lodge Wynd. Annan.
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OS1/10/2/38 LODGE WYND [Annan] Lodge Wynd David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan George Pool High Street Annan 062 [Situation] N. [North] from High Street A street extending from about the centre of High Street; and running in a northerly direction; terminating at the junction of Lady Street; and Lodge Street.
OS1/10/2/38 BUCK CLOSE [Annan] Buck Close David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan George Pool High St Annan 062 [Situation] About 1 chain East of Lodge Wynd A small lane extending for about 2 chains at right angles from the north side of High Street. and about 1 chain from the junction of "Lodge Wind" with High Street there are houses two storeys high on both sides.
OS1/10/2/38 HARES DEN Hares Den David Steel Esqr Newington Lodge Annan George Pool Grocer High street Annan 062 [Situation] Between Hay's Close and Lodge Wynd. A small lane extending for about 4 chains at right angles of the ''High Street'' and about one chain east of ''Hay's Close'' there are houses. one and two storeys high on both sides.
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OS1/10/2/39 WESTERN BANK [Annan] Western Bank (Branch) Western Bank (Branch) Alexander Downie Esqr Town Clerk Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] On the N. [North] side of High Street A large house three stories high, having a garden attached; the property & residence of Alexander Downie Esqr who is Agent for the Western Bank.
OS1/10/2/39 DICK'S WELL Dick's Well Dick's Well Alexander Downie Esqr Town Clerk Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] 2 Chains nearly N. [North] from the Western Bank A large spring well covered with masonry, situated about 12 chains north of High Street.
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OS1/10/2/40 ASSEMBLY ROOM [Annan] Lady Street Assembly Room Lady Street Assembly Room Alexander Downie Esqr Town Clerk Annan William CuthbertsonStationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the west side of Assembly Street - A large room on the west side of Lady Street, used for all kinds of public meetings. The property of John Moffat, Annan
OS1/10/2/40 THE LODGE The Lodge The Lodge Alexander Downie Esqr Town Clerk Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the junction of Lodge street with Lodge Wynd A small house one storey high having a garden attached. Tenanted by John Sloan. The property of Miss Clapperton Moffat.
OS1/10/2/40 LODGE WELL Lodge Well Lodge Well Alexander Downie Esqr Town Clerk Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the North end of Lodge Wynd - A large spring well at the north end of Lodge Wynd & situated on the west side of the street. It is covered with masonry.
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OS1/10/2/41 CHURCH [parish, Annan] Church (Ph) [Parish] Revd [Reverend] James Monilaws Annan Thomas Blair White Cumberland Terrace Annan 062 [Situation] At the North Side of Church Street - The old parish Church stood near where the jail at present now stands, it was pulled down in the year 1792 and the present church was erected in the succeeding years. It has a tall spire at its southern side and a gallery at its northern side and east and western ends, seated for 1100 averaged number of attendants 600 communicants 450. The present incumbent Revd [Reverend] James Monilaws whose stipend is 20 Chalders of grain, half meal, half Barley payable by the county fiars, with house, garden and offices with 14 acres of Glebe.
OS1/10/2/41 KIRK WELL Kirk Well Robert Watson Commercial Hotel Annan John Shanland Robert Burns Tavern Annan. 062 [Situation] In the S.E. [South East] vicinity of the Parish Church - A small well situated at the head of Church Street near the Established Church of Scotland or Parish Church.
OS1/10/2/41 CHURCH STREET [Annan] Church Street Robert Watson Annan John Shankland Annan 062 [Situation] Adjoining High Street on the East, A small street running from the junction of High Street and Murray Street until it joins Cumberland Terrace having houses on both sides in good repair with vegetable garden attached.
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OS1/10/2/42 COMMERCIAL HOTEL [Ann ] Commercial Hotel Robert Watson Commercial Hotel Annan John Shanklin Robert Burns Tavern Annan. 062 [Situation] Near the West end of Church Street A commodious house 2 storeys high in good repair with stabling and garden attached occupied by Robert Watson proprietor, who is licensed to sell ale and Spirits.
OS1/10/2/42 RED LION INN [Annan] Red Lion Inn Robert Watson Commercial Hotel John Shanklin Robert Burns Tavern. 062 [Situation] At the east end of High Street - A small house two stories high in good repair and slated, occupied by Mary Ann Gordon who is licensed to sell ale and Spirits. The property of M Smith Esqr Wellington Street Annan
OS1/10/2/42 ROBERT BURNS' TAVERN [Annan] Robert Burns Tavern John Shanklin Robert Burns Tavern Robert Watson Commercial Hotel Annan. 062 [Situation] At the South Side of High Street. A small house two storeys high in good repair, slated, with offices and garden attached, occupied by John Shanklin who is licensed to sell ale and Spirits. The property of Thomas Irving, Port Mary, Galloway.
OS1/10/2/42 BUTT STREET Butt Street See Sheet 7
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OS1/10/2/43 QUEENSBERRY ARMS HOTEL [Annan] Queensberry Arms Hotel James Mitchell Queensberry Arms Hotel Annan George Pool High Street Annan 011 [Situation] On the South Side of High Street A commodious three story house with offices attached all in good repair occupied by James Mitchell who is licensed to sell ale and spirits; and to let out Post horses. The property of Mrs C Benson Ecclefechan
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OS1/10/2/44 POPLAR PLACE [Annan] Poplar Place James Mitchell Queensberry Arms Hotel Annan George Pool High Street Annan 062 [Situation] To the S W [South West] of Queensberry Arms Hotel. A row of houses running in a southerly direction from the High Street for about 2 Chains. the houses are in good repair, and slated.
OS1/10/2/44 COLONEL'S WYND [Annan] Colonel's Wynd James Mitchell Queensberry Arms Hotel Annan George Pool High Street Annan 062 [Situation] From the South Side of High Street - S,S,E, [South south East] A small street running in a southerly direction from the High Street for about 16 Chains having houses on both sides, slated and in good repair with gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/44 GREENCROFT Greencroft Mr Montgomery Draper Annan James Mitchell Queensberry Arms Hotel Annan 062 [situation] At the East Side of Colonel's Wynd - A commodious house two stories high with offices attached all in good repair. the southern wing is occupied by Mr Montgomery Draper and the northern wing by Miss A Bell teacher of Music. The property of Mrs S. Moffat Birkenhead. Nr. Liver [Near Liverpool]
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OS1/10/2/45 BANK STREET [Annan] Bank Street James Mitchell Queensberry Arms Hotel Annan George Pool High Street Annan 062 [Situation] South from High Street A small street running in a southerly direction from High Street for about five chains at the top of which stands the British Linen Company's Bank.
OS1/10/2/45 DOWNIE'S WYND [Annan] Downie's Wynd James Mitchell Annan George Pool Annan 062 [Situation] South from High Street, A small street running in a southerly direction from the High Street until it joins Edmund Street, having houses on both sides slated and in good repair.
OS1/10/2/45 HIGH STREET High Street See Page 33.
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OS1/10/2/46 CHURCH (United Presbyterian) [Annan] United Presbyterian Church Rev [Reverend] Robert Gardener Edmund Street Annan Mr Weild Colonel's Wynd Annan 062 [Situation] At the west side of Bank Street A plain building built in the year 1834 before that time they used what is now a Rom [Roman] Catholic Chapel as their place of worship, it has a gallery on its northern, southern and eastern side and is calculated to accommod [accommodate] 750 people. average number of attendants 400, Communicants 260. The present incumbent Revd [Reverend] Robert Gardener, whose stipend is 120£ per Annum with house and garden,
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OS1/10/2/47 BRITISH LINEN COMPANY BANK [Annan] British Linen Company's Bank Robert Irving Agent Bank Street Annan George Pool High Street Annan 062 [Situation] At the South end of Bank Street. A square building erected in the year 1839, it is a branch Bank and the Property of the British Linen Company. It employs 2 Clerks besides the agent John Irving
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OS1/10/2/48 FREE CHURCH [Annan] Free Church Revd [Reverend] James Gailey Church Street Annan Mr Swan Grocer High Street Annan 062 [Situation] Opposite British Linen Company Bank A square building built in the year 1848 it has a small Tower on its west si [side] it is capable of accomod [accomodating] 580 people, average attendance 350, Communicants 280. The present incum [incumbent] Revd [Reverend] James Gailey whose salary is 150£ per Annum with house and garden, paid partly by the congr [congregation] and partly by the Centr [Central] Fund.
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OS1/10/2/49 EDNAM STREET [Annan] Ednam Street John Shanklin Robert Burns Tavern Annan Robert Watson Commercial Hotel Annan 062 [Situation] Between the South ends of Downie's Wynd And Murray Street A street running in a westerly direction from Murray street for about 10 Chains until it joins Downie's Wynd, having houses on its southern side and the Academy and a few houses on its northern side, the houses being slated and in good repair with vegetable gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/49 ACADEMY [Annan] Academy Alexander Downie Esqr Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the North Side of Ednam Street. A neat plain building, surrounded by a large playground; it is large enough to afford accommodation for 200 scholars, the average number of attendance is about 150. Mr Crosby is the classical master and Mr White is the commercial master; they each receive £44 per annum from the interest of a fund raised by the disposal of commonty belonging to the town of Annan; that sum & the school fees composes their salary, they have also an assistant to whom the pay £26 a year. The school was built from the above funds
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OS1/10/2/50 NEW INN [Annan] New Inn George Rae New Inn High Street Annan John Shankland Robert Burn's Tavern Annan 062 [Situation] At the South side of High Street. A commodious house two stories high in good repair with stabling attached occupied by George Rae who is licensed to sell ale and spirits. The property of John Clapperton, Summer Hill. near Annan.
OS1/10/2/50 VINE INN [Annan] Vine Inn George Rae New Inn High Street Annan. John Shankland Robert Burn's Tavern Annan 062 [Situation] At the South end of Downie's Wynd A small house one story high in good repair occupied by Jane French who is licensed to sell ale and Spirits. The property of Jane Poole Irving, Annan.
OS1/10/2/50 MURRAY STREET [Annan] Murray Street John Shanklin Robert Burns Tavern Annan Robert Watson Commercial Hotel Annan 062 [Situation] South from the West end of Church Street - A street running from the junction of High Street with Butt Street about 6 chains until it joins Ednam Street, having houses on both sides and in good repair with vegetable gardens attached.
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OS1/10/2/51 INFANT AND INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL [Annan] Annan Infant and Industrial School. Revd [Reverend] James Monilaws Annan Thomas Blair White Cumberland Terrace Annan. 062 [Situation] At the East Side of Solway Street at the East end of Cumberland Terrace. A plain building built by voluntary contributions, consisting of one room capable of containing 150 Children, average number of pupils 100, they are taught sewing, writing, reading, and arithmetic, Governess, Miss Munro, whose salary is 50£ per annum.
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OS1/10/2/52 CUMBERLAND TERRACE [Annan] Cumberland Terrace John Jackson Cumberland Terrace Annan Robert Watson Commercial Hotel Annan 062 [Situation] S.E. [South East] of Church Street - A row of houses extending from the junctions of Scotts Street and Solway street for about 5 chains until it joins Church Street, the houses being in good repair with gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/52 SOLWAY STREET [Annan] Solway Street John Jackson Cumberland Terrace Annan Robert Watson Commercial Hotel Annan 062 [Situation] Adjoining Cumberland Terrace on the East, A small street running in a southerly from the junction of Scott's Street and Cumberland Terrace for about 2 chains having a few houses on both sides, the houses being in good repair and slated.
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OS1/10/2/53 SOLWAY PLACE [Annan] Solway Place James Saunders Solway Place Annan John Jackson Cumberland Terrace 062 [situation] At the junction of Scott's Street with Close Head A row of houses between Scott's Street and Close Head on the south side of the Carlisle Road. the houses are in good repair with gardens attached, The property of James Saunders of Solway Place Annan.
OS1/10/2/53 SCOTT'S STREET [Annan] Scott's Street James Sanders Solway Place Annan John Jackson. Cumberland Terrace Annan 062 [Situation] From Solway Street East to Close Head A small street extending from the junction of Solway Street & Cumberland Terrace having houses on its northern side slated & generally in good repair with gardens attached.
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OS1/10/2/55 NEWDYKE Newdyke William Steele Shepherd Newdyke James Saunders Solway Place Annan. 062 [Situation] About 10 chains N.E. [North East] from Close Head A small farm house one storey high in good repair with offices and garden attached, occupied by William Steele shepherd to Thomas Marshall of Howes the proprietor
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OS1/10/2/56 CLOSE HEAD Close Head James Saunders Solway Place Annan John Jackson Cumberland Terrace 062 [Situation] East of Scott's Street - A small street extending from Solway Place for about 5 Chains on the Carlisle Road having houses on both sides generally in good repair with vegetable gardens attached.
OS1/10/2/56 ST COLUMBA'S CHAPEL St Columba's Chapel Roman Catholic Revd [Reverend] E H Small Dumfries James Saunders Solway Place Annan 062 [Situation] At the South Side of Close Head - A plain building, built in the year 1795 by the Independent Congregation of Annan, and vested in Trustees, in 1838 it was purchased for a Roman Catholic place of worship, it has a gallery at its Northern end, and sittings for 200 persons, Roman Catholics in and within 7 miles of Annan 325, average attendants 125, Communicants 92. The surviving Trustees are the Revd. John MacPherson Principal of Blairs College Aberdeen, Reverend Stephen Keenan Dundee and Revd. James Gillies now Bishop of Edinburgh. There being no stationary Priest in Annan it is attended the first Sunday of every month from Dumfries.
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OS1/10/2/57 MILLFIELD MERSE Millfield Merse Millfield Merse Alexander Downie Esqr. Town Clerk Annan Andrew Pool Farmer Millfield 062 [Situation] On the west bank of the River Annan. - A large tract of pasture land on the farm of Millfield, extending along the western bank of the River Annan.
OS1/10/2/57 MINISTER'S MERSE Minister's Merse Minister's Merse Alexander Downie Esqr. Town Clerk Annan Andrew Pool Farmer Millfield 062 [Situation] On the East bank of River Annan. - A large tract of pasture land extending along the eastern bank of the River Annan, and on the north and south side of the Glasgow & Southwestern Railway - the portion on the south side of the railway is covered at spring tides. It is let annually to the inhabitants of Annan for grazing cattle; and is the property of the Royal Burgh of Annan.
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OS1/10/2/58 MILLFIELD Millfield Millfield Andrew Pool Farmer Millfield Thomas Marshall Farmer Howes 062 [Situation] On the West bank of River Annan. - A very neat and commodious farm house having an extensive range of office houses thrashing mill attached - all in the best repair also a farm of land containing about 107 [?] of land of first rate quality, occupied by William and Andrew Pool, and is the property of Edward McKenzie Esq Folly Court, London -
OS1/10/2/58 MILLFIELD COTTAGE Millfield Cottage Millfield Cottage Andrew Pool Farmer Millfield William Henderson Cattle salesman Millfield Cottage 062 [Situation] About 4 chains N. [North] from Millfield - A very neat cottage one story high with garden and ornamental grounds at attached occupied by William Henderson Cattle salesman and is the property of Edward McKenzie Esq of Holly Court London -
OS1/10/2/58 OLD MILL BURN Oldmill Burn Oldmill Burn Andrew Pool Farmer Millfield Thomas Marshall Farmer Howes 062 [Situation] In a S,En [South Eastern] direction through the Burgh of Annan - A small stream having its source in Cummertrees Parish and flowing [in a] south easterly direction falls [into] Annan Water.
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OS1/10/2/59 FRUIDS PARK Fruids Park Fruids Park Dr [Doctor] Black Bogie Fruid's Park Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] 5 Chains N,E, [North East] of Glasgow and South-Western Railway An elegant & commodious house two storeys high, slated, and in good repair, having flower garden & offices. adjacent, occupier & proprietor Dr [Doctor] Black Bogie, The proprietor does not wish this name to be in the possessive.
OS1/10/2/59 BREWERY HOUSE Brewery House Hugh Kerr Rose St. Annan Mr Aitchison Joiner Annan 062 [Situation] At the East Side of Port Street. - A large two story house slated & in good repair, having, garden & offices attached, occupier & proprietor Mrs Gas,
OS1/10/2/59 MANSE [ph, Annan] Manse (ph) [Parish] Manse (ph) [Parish] Revd [Reverend] Mr Monilaws Annan, Hugh, Kerr Rose St Annan 062 [Situation] 6 Chains East of Port Street, A commodious house two storeys high, slated & in good, repair having a vegetable & flower garden attached, also offices houses,
OS1/10/2/59 CARLYLE'S PLACE [Annan] Carlyle's Place Carlyle's Place Hugh Kerr, Builder Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] 6 Chains East of Royal Oak Inn in Port Street - A small street having houses on each side, & well lighted with gas; extending at right angles from Port Street for a short distance, then in a southerly direction, & parallel to Port Street.
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OS1/10/2/60 ROYAL OAK INN [Annan] Royal Oak Inn Mr Aitchison Joiner Mr Smith Innkeeper 062 [Situation] At the East side of Port Street. - A commodious house two storeys high, slated, and in good repair having offices and garden attached occupied by Mrs Rodgerson who is licensed to sell ale & spir [spirits] proprietor, Nathan Smith Esqr Wellington St Annan,
OS1/10/2/60 RIVER ANNAN River Annan River Annan River Annan Crawford's Map of Dumfriesshire Blackwood's Map of Dumfriesshire Johnston's Map of Dumfriesshire [Situation] S.W. by S. [South West by South] through Annan Burgh - A Considerable Stream which rises in the N.Wn. [North Western] district of Dumfriesshire And runs through the Burgh of Annan -
OS1/10/2/60 MINISTER'S MERSE Minister's Merse 062 See Sheet 13
OS1/10/2/60 PORT STREET [Annan] Port Street Port Street Benjamin Nicholson Esqr. Cotton Lodge William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] From River Annan N.N,E, [North North East] to High Street - A large street extending f [from] High Street in a southerly direc [direction] to the Annan Water; there [are] houses on each side of the s [street] & it is well lighted with gas
OS1/10/2/60 GLASGOW AND SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY Glasgow and South Western Railway See Sheet 15
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OS1/10/2/61 COTTON LODGE Cotton Lodge Cotton Lodge Benjamin Nicholson Esqr Proprietor William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the East side of Port Street A large house two stories high, having a garden attached. The property and residence of Benjamin Nicholson Esqr
OS1/10/2/61 WELL DALE Well Dale Well Dale Benjamin Nicholson Esqr Cotton Lodge William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] Projecting East from Port Street A small street extending at right angles from the east side of Port Street, & situated a little to the north of the Custom House.
OS1/10/2/61 CUSTOM HOUSE [Annan] Custom House Custom House Robert Chambers Tide Master William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the East Side of Port Street - A large private house two stories high used as a Custom House for the Creek of Annan. Robert Chambers is the Tide Master & is the only Officer of Customs stationed here. The house is the property of Mr Brown, Builder, Annan,
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OS1/10/2/62 DOUGLAS PLACE [Annan] Douglas Place Douglas Place Mr McLelland Writer Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the West Side of Port Street. - A commodious house two stories high, having a garden attached. Tenanted by Mr McLelland. The property of William Waugh Esqr Annan.
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OS1/10/2/63 ST JOHN'S CHAPEL (Episcopal) [Annan] St. John's Chapel (Episcopalian) Revd [Reverend] Mr Cook L.L.B. [Bachelor of Laws] Minister Annan 062 [Situation] 6 Chains East of Colonel's wynd. - Saint Johns Chapel (episcapalian) is a neat Gothic structure, surrounded by a grave yard; and is surmounted by a belfry at its west end. It was erected in 1843, - and is large enough to afford accommodation to about 140 - the average number of attendants is about 60 - and the average number of communicants is about 50. The Revd. [Reverend] Mr Cook L.L.B. [Bachelor of Laws] (graduate of Cambridge) is the minister; his stipend is raised by pew rents, and offerings from the congregation.
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OS1/10/2/64 CHURCH (Quoad Sacra) [Annan] Church (Quoad Sacra) Revd [Reverend] David Bruister Minister Annan Hugh Kerr Builder Annan 062 [Situation] At the Sn [Southern] extremity of Colonel's Wynd, A large plain Gothic building, surrounded by a belfry, and spire, on its north end; having also a gallery. It is seated for 800 - the average number of attendants is about 400 there are no communicants, - the whole of the parishioners that attend, communicate at the parish church. The Revd [Reverend] David Brewster is the minister - his stipend is raised by pew rents, offerings from the congregation and [?] he receives from the Home Mission.
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OS1/10/2/65 GLASGOW AND SOUTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Glasgow and South Western Railway Glasgow and South Western Railway John Beattie Station Master Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062; 063 [Situation] S.E. by E. [South East by East] through the Burgh of Annan - This name is applied to a line of railway extending from Gretna Junction to Glasgow & from thence to Ayr.
OS1/10/2/65 STATION [Annan] Annan Railway Station Annan Railway Station John Beattie Station Master Annan William Cuthbertson Stationer Annan 062 [Situation] At the N. [North] side of G & S.wn. [Glasgow and South Western] Railway. This name is applied to a commodious Railway station on the Glasgow & South Western Railway; situated about 20 chains to the south of the town of Annan. The passenger & goods departments afford constant employment to one Station Master, two Clerks, & two Porters.
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OS1/10/2/66 SCHOOL [Annan] School (Ph) [Parish] School (Ph) [Parish] Mr Morrison Schoolmaster Annan Hugh Kerr Builder Annan 062 [Situation] 2 Chains S,E, [South East] of Annan Quoad Sacra Church. - A room large enough to afford accommodation for about 180 scholars, having a large dwelling house, offices, playground, and garden attached. The average number of attenders is about 120 - the branches taught, are those usually taug [taught] in country schools. Mr Morrison is the schoolm [schoolmaster] his salary is composed of the maximum allowed by governm government] and school fees; he has two Pupil Te [Teachers] to assist him - they each receive a governm [government] allowance. Both male, & female scholars, are taugh [taught in] this school.
OS1/10/2/66 COLONEL'S WYND Colonel's Wynd See Sheet 10
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OS1/10/2/68 [page] 68 INDEX Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 7 -- Annandale Arms Inn -- 22 10 -- Annan Castle -- 30 11 -- Assembly Room -- 40 11 -- Academy -- 49 15 -- Annan Railway Station -- 65 7 -- Bee Cottage -- 18 7. 11 -- Butt Street -- 25. 42 10. 11 -- Bruce Street -- 29. 36 10 -- Battery Street -- 29 10 -- Blue Bell Inn -- 31 11 -- Buck Inn -- 37 11 -- Buck Close -- 38 11 -- Bank Street -- 45 11 -- British Linen Coy. [Company] Bank -- 47 14 -- Brewery House -- 59 10. 11. 15 -- Colonel's Wynd -- 32. 44, 66 10. 14 -- Carlyle's Place -- 32, 59 10 -- Congregational Church -- 33 11 -- Commercial Bank -- 35 11 -- Crown & Thistle P.H. [Public House] -- 36 11 -- Crown Inn -- 37 11 -- Church -- 41 11 -- Church Street -- 41 11 -- Commercial Hotel -- 42 11 -- Church (United Presbytn [Presbyterian]) -- 46 11 -- Cumberland Terrace -- 52 12 -- Close Head -- 56 14 -- Cotton Lodge -- 61 14 -- Custom House -- 61 15 -- Church (Quoad Sacra) -- 64 11 -- Dick's Well -- 39 11 -- Downie's Well -- 45 14 -- Douglas Place -- 62 2. 3 -- Ever Holm -- 5. 7 7 -- English Street -- 23 11 -- Ednam Street -- 49 11 -- Free Church -- 48 14 -- Fruids Park -- 59 3 -- Gala Bank --7 6. 7 Greenbank -- 12. 17 7 -- George Street -- 24 7 -- Gas Works -- 26 11 -- Greencroft -- 44 14. 15 -- Glasgow & South-western Railway -- 60. 65 3 -- Howscarr -- 3 5. 6 -- Howes -- 9, 11 6 -- Howes Pool -- 11 7 -- Hope Street -- 17 7 -- Hopeton Street -- 24 10. 11 -- High Street -- 33. 45 11 -- Hay's Close -- 37 11 -- Hare's Den -- 38 11 -- Infant & Industrial School -- 51 7 -- Johnstone Street -- 23 11 -- Kirk Well -- 41 7. 11 -- Lady Street -- 19, 36 7. 11 -- Lodge Street -- 20. 35 11 -- Lodge Wynd -- 38 11 -- Lodge Well -- 40 11 -- Lady Well -- 35 6. 10 -- Moat -- 13. 29 6. 7 -- Moat House -- 15. 21 10 -- Market Cross -- 33 11 -- Murray Street -- 50 13 -- Millfield Merse -- 57 13 -- Minister's Merse -- 57, 60 13 -- Millfield -- 58 13 -- Millfield Cottage -- 58 14 -- Manse -- 59 3. 7 -- North Street -- 8. 17 3 -- Northgate -- 8 8 -- Newington Lodge -- 27 11 -- New Inn -- 50 12 -- Newdyke -- 55 10 -- Old Bush Inn -- 31 11 -- Old Kings Arms -- 36 13 -- Oldmill Burn -- 58 10. 14 -- Port Street -- 32, 60 11 -- Post Office -- 35 10 -- Pool's Close -- 32 11 -- Poplar Place -- 44
OS1/10/2/69 [page] 69 INDEX Plans -- Name of Object -- Pages 6 -- Quarter Cake -- 11 11 -- Queensberry Arms Hotel -- 43 11 -- River Annan -- 5 7 -- Rose Street -- 26 10. 14 -- Royal Oak Inn -- 32 11 -- Red Lion Inn -- 42 11 -- Robert Burns' Tavern -- 42 8 -- Standalane -- 28 10 -- Scaurbank House -- 30 10 -- Steam Packet Inn --31 11 -- Solway Street -- 52 11 -- Solway Place -- 53 11. 12 -- Scott's Street -- 52. 53 12 -- St. Columba's Chapel --56 15 -- St. John's Chapel -- 63 15 -- School -- 66 6. 7. 10 -- Toothills -- 13, 22, 29 7 -- Thomas Street -- 19 10 -- Town Hall -- 33 11 -- The Lodge -- 40 2 -- Violetbank -- 5 7 -- Victoria Inn -- 21 11 -- Vine Inn -- 50 7 -- Wellington Street -- 20 11 -- Western Bank -- 39 14 -- Well Dale -- 61