List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Green Sands
Green Sands
John McMillan
Adam Brown
Map of Town 1819.
049 [situation] Along the Nith on the N.E. [North East] side of Dumfries.
A Small Tract of Ground along the river Nith. - It is public property belonging to the Town of Dumfries. - It is used as bleaching-ground by the Inhabitants who require it for that purpose. -
Green Sands School
J. Milligan
Adam Brown
049 [situation] On the South side of Green Sands
A large School house built by public Subscription, consists of two departments one exclusively for girls and is limited to 40 pupils who are taught Needle-work &c by a Schoolmistress whose Salary amounts to £25. - The other department consists of boys and girls who are educated in the Common Course of juvenile education by a Schoolmaster whose Salary amounts to £60 p Annum. - This School is endowed and supported by a Society of Ladies called the Ladies' benevolent Society. - No fees are exacted from the pupils - The Schoolmistress is Miss Mary [Sharman.] The Schoolmaster Mr. Carruthers. -
Buccleuch Street Buccleuch Street See Page 120. See Page 120.

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Parish of Dumfries -- Plan 49. 15. -- [page] 73.

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