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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE MANSE [Mouswald] Manse
Manse
Manse
William Irvin
John Tweedie
David Hill Ironhirst,
056 [Situation] About 23 Chains W. [West] of Mouswald Church
A large mansion situated on the west side of Cleughbrae Burn,
It is the Parochial Manse of Mouswald & is the property of the minister of -for the time being,
CLEUGHBRAE BURN Cleughbrae Burn
Cleughbrae Burn
Cleughbrae Burn
Cleughbrae Burn
Cleughbrae Burn
William Irvin
John Tweedie
David Hill
Robert Treshie [Threshie] Esq
Revd. [Reverend] A. B. Murray
056 [Situation] Near Centre of Parish running S.S.w. [South South west]
A large stream flowing in a Southerly direction and falls into Mouswald Burn about 600 yards south of the manse
ST PETER'S WELL St. Peters Well
St. Peters Well
St. Peters Well
St. Peter's Well
St. Peter's Well
St. Peter's Well
William Irvin
John Tweedie
David Carr
Ecclesiastical Antiquities
Statistics of Mouswald
Gazetteer of Scotland
056 [Situation] About 15 Chains S.w.w [South west west] of Mouswald Church
A large spring on the farm of Townfoot
The Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Murray says that this is a name handed down from Catholic times,
The Ancient Church of Mouswald was dedicated to St Peter, the precise Site of which cannot be pointed out. Antiquarians agree in stating that this well was connected therewith, and that the church itself would be in the immediate vicinity, but there are neither documents nor facts extant to prove these assertions.

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Parish of Mouswald -- Plan 56/10 Trace 3

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