List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ABERLADY BAY Aberlady Bay Revd [Reverend] John Smith, Aberlady Manse;
Mr John Tait, Aberlady
004 A large sandy bay through which the Peffer Burn flows into the sea, it is very shallow and does not admit of vessels of any Considerable burden up it even at the highest tides.
ST ANDREW'S or GILLANE CHURCH (Ruins of) St Andrews Church (in ruins) Revd. [Reverend] John Smith Aberlady Manse
Mr John Tait Aberlady
004 A very Picturesque Ruin in the centre of Gullane Village, the greater portion of the Walls is still standing, surrounded by a neat graveyard in which are some very old tombs, it was the parish Church up to the time it was transfered to Dirleton by act of Parliament in 1612. See Statistical Account
LONG CRAIG Long Craig Revd. [Reverend] John Smith Aberlady Manse
Mr John Tait Aberlady
004 A bold strip of rugged Rocks lying between High and low water mark on the margin of the Peffer Burn and eastern side of Craigielaw Point.

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[Page] 76 -- List of Names collected by James McAnulty -- Plan 4 B Trace 1 & 2 -- Parishes of Aberlady & Dirleton

[Signed] James Carpenter C. Asst. [Civilian Assistant] 28th May 1853
[Signed] H James Cap RE. [Captain Royal Engineers]
14 June 1853
[Signed] James McAnulty

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