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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHURCH [Mouswald] Mouswald Church
Mouswald Church
Mouswald Church
Rev. [Reverend] A.B. Murray manse
Rev, [Reverend] Alexander Brown manse or mount Kedar
Thomas Wightman School master
056 [Situation] At W. [West] end of Mouswald village.,
A small stone edifice erected in year 1665, it contains seats for 400 people, this is the Ph. [Parish] Church, 'Minister' the Revd. [Reverend] A.B. Murray
MOUSWALD [village] Mouswald
Rev, [Reverend] A.B. Murray
Rev. [Reverend] Alexander Brown
Thomas Wightman
056 [Situation] About 6½ miles S.E. [South East] of the Town of Dumfries
A small village situated on the East side of the road fro Dumfries to Annan about 6½ miles from the former, the house are all in a very ruinous Condition, the property of Thomas Carruthers Esq
TOWNFOOT BRIDGE Townfoot Bridge (County)
Townfoot Bridge
Townfoot Bridge
William Irvin Townfoot
Walter Tweedie Mouswald
John Tweedie Mouswald Post office
056 [Situation] 8 Chains S. [South] of Mouswald Church
A small stone Bridge Conveying the Road from Dumfries to Annan across Mouswald Burn
It is repaired by the County ,

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Parish of Mouswald -- Plan 56/11 Trace 1

[List of Names - note against Church]: (Par:Ch) As this is in proper character there is no occasion for anything to be wrote below it

[Signed] Samuel S Hill
Lce. Corpl RS&m [Lance Corporal Royal Sappers & Miners]

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Mouswald Church - Descriptive Remarks - line 3 - I am not sure if there is something (real) written between Ph and Church - of?

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