List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TRINITY CHAPEL (Episcopal) [Haddington] Trinity Episcopal Chapel Revd [Reverend] F Traile Haddington
Thomas Lee Haddington
Lamp of Lothian
010 A neat but plain built building built for and used as Chapel in connection with the Scottish Episcopal Church it was built in the year 1770 by subscription. it is supposed that a Chapel formerly stood about here as a good many human bones were dug up when an addition was built to the Chapel in 1843 but nothing can be learned supporting it. it has an organ and there is a gallery in the Chapel it is seated for 250 the average attendance is about 130. The number of communicants is 70 the stipend £150 with Parsonage the Revd [Reverend] Francis Traile is Minister.
MANSE [Trinity Chapel, Haddington] Manse or Parsonage Revd [Reverend] F Traile Haddington
Thomas Lee Haddington
010 A neat substantial built house two storeys high and in good repair with out offices and a large garden attached, the residence of the Revd [Reverend] Francis Traile M.A. [Master of Arts]

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Parish - Haddington

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