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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST MUNGO St. Mungo Revd. [Revrend] Andrew Jameson 051; 057 [Situation] Its 3 miles from Lockerby and Seven Miles North of Annan in the County of Dumfries.
The parish takes its name from the parish Church which was dedicated to St. Mungo about the 12th. Century. The old Church being now in ruins there is a New Church recently erected about the Centre of the parish, it is bounded on the North, N.W. & N.E. [North West & North East] by the parish of Dryfesdale, on the East by Tundergarth and Hoddam, on the South by Cummertrees and on the South West by Dalton - Its greatest length from North to South 5 miles 2 furlongs, its greatest breadth is 2 miles 5 furlongs, And its Superficial area is computed at 4970 Acres - There is one Parish School Established about the beginning of the 18th century. The Masters salary paid by the Heritors. Population about 700 and contains about 105 Houses.
MANSE [nr St Mungo's Church] The Manse
The Manse
Revd. [Reverend] Andrew Jamieson
Robert McGregor (Schoolmaster)
057 [Situation] On the West side of the parish on the Banks of the River Annan adjoining the Old Church Yard about 1 1/2 miles from Kettleholm Bridge.
A very old House with offices in very bad repair.
NUTHOLM Nutholm Revd [Reverend] Andrew Jameson 051 [Situation] About 1/2 mile from the Manse.
Stone Built Farm House and offices including a Thrashing Machine (water power) in good repair

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