List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FREE CHURCH [Jock's Thorn] Johnstone Free Church
Johnstone Free Church
Johnstone Free Church
P Hope (Minister)
Mr Stewart (Factor)
Willm [William] Halliday (Farmer)
033 A neatly built Church on the Wamphray and Johnstone Road side near the River Annan.
Built in the year 1846 Seated to accommodate 400 persons
Chas [Charles] J Fearnside Sapper RE[Royal Rngineers]
JOCK'S THORN Jock's Thorn
Jock's Thorn
Jock's Thorn
Mr J J H Johnstone
Mr Stewart (Factor)
Willm[William ] Halliday
033 A large hawthorn tree near to Johnstone Free Church, on the Wamphray Roadside.----- an old established name handed down traditionally from time immemorial, no evidence can be had , as to the origin of the name.
Jocksthorn Cottage
Jocksthorn Cottage
Mr Stewart (Factor)
Willm [William ] Halliday (Farmer)
John Pattie (Joiner)
033 A neat Cottage;- Slated and in good repair- joiners shop attached it is on the Glasgow and Carlisle Road, and at a junction of a Parish road which leads to Wamphray.

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Jock's Thorn situation 44 Chains North North West from Annanbank

Jocksthorn Cottage situation 53 Chains North North West from Annanbank

Johnstone Free Church situation 56 Chains North North West from Annanbank

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