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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
John Davidson Manuf. [Manufacturer]
Hugh Gardiner Shoemaker
William Gardiner Joiner
043 [Situation] About 1/2 mile S. [South] from Hewk.
A few dwelling houses including the Woollen Mill at the old church yard of Sibbaldbie. J. J. Hope Johnstone of Annandale is the principal proprietor.
Site of SIBBALDBIE CHURCH Sibbaldbie Church (site of)
Sibbaldbie Church (site of)
Sibbaldbie Church (site of)
William Gardiner, Joiner
Hugh Gardiner, Shoemaker
John Davidson, Manufr. [Manufacturer]
Alexander Graham, Farmer
043 [Situation] 43 chains S. [South] from Hewk
At the time of the annexation, of the Parish of Sibbaldbie, to Applegarth in 1609, it is said this church was unroofed and allowed to go into decay. There is no remains whatever of it to be seen now. An old inhabitant of Sibbaldbie who remembered a small portion of it standing pointed out the site which is still visible, the Grave Yard is still used as a burial ground, which is a small square enclosure.

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Parish of Applegarth Plan 43.2 Trace 4

[Signed J. Nish C/a [Civilian Assistant]

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