List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WHITEKIRK AND TYNINGHAME Parish of Whitekirk & Tynninghame New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account]
Old Stat. Acct [Statistical Account]
M. Buist Esq.
Revd. [Reverend] J. Marjoribanks
Revd [Reverend] B. Thomson
Map of Property 1850
Mr J. Graham
Mr J. McDougal
003 ; 005 ; 006 ; 011 [Situation] North east portion of the Co [County] of Haddington.
A united parish on the north east coast of Haddingtonshire its greatest length from north to south is 5 1/4 miles, its greatest breath is 4 1/2 miles and it's superficial extent about 6000 imperial acres, the whole area as seen immediately under the eye from Lawhead is a landscape singularly opulent in the beauties of cultivation, yet uniform in nothing but extreme luxuriousness and profusely clad with rich plantations, the principal Mansion & Estate is Tyninghame the seat of the Earl of Haddington famed for the singular beauty of its woods of holly hedges. There are two parochial schools, the Parish Church is of handsome gothic structure. Patron the Crown and the Earl of Haddington - Abridged Ext. [Extract] from Fullarton's Gazetteer of Scotland 1847.

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