List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ELM HOUSE Elm House Thomas Lee Haddington
Andrew Beatson Nungate
010 A plain built house two storeys high and in good repair with a garden attached. It is at present a seminary for young ladies who are taught the more advanced branches of education such as music drawing &c. The average attendance is about 15 occupied by Miss Randall the property of Dr [Doctor] Harley. the derives its name from having some large Elm Trees growing round the house.
BOWLING GREEN [Haddington] Bowling Green Thomas Lee Haddington
Andrew Beatson Nungate
010 A small portion of enclosed land belonging to the Town of Haddington used as a bowling green. It is very much resorted to in the summer evenings by the inhabitants who are admitted on payment of a small sum.
BALL ALLEY [Haddington] Ballallay Thomas Lee Haddington
Andrew Beatson Nungate
010 A wall of about 2 1/2 feet thick and about 20 feet high built "Something in the shape of the letter H" for the purpose of playing at the hand ball, it was built by subscription in the year 1815.

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List of Names collected by D. Mason 2nd Corpl RSM [Corporal Royal Sappers Miners]
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Parish - Haddington

Elm House - House
Bowling Green - Tract of Land
Ball alley - Ball Ground

[signed] D. Mason

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