List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
George Forrest Drem
James Houston, Prora
Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
A School house and a small dwelling house adjoining it occupied by an appointee teacher officiating in the former, both building are one story high in good repair and were built by the Earl of Hopetoun, and by him endowed with a salary of £10 per ann. [annum] besides scholars fees. attached to the dwelling house is a small garden. The average number of Scholars is about 50.
CORN MILL [Drem] Mill (Corn) George Forrest Drem
James Houston Prora
Peter Burns Drem
005 A Small stone building in good repair erected for and used as a corn mill it is in good repair and is situated on the farm of Drem and is the property of the Earl of Hopetoun & rented by Mr Reid farmer Drem,

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Plan 5C Trace 1
Parish of Athelstonford
[Signed[ T Smith C.Asst [Civilian Assistant]

School - A House
Mill - A Mill

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