List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DRYLAWHILL Drylawhill Mr. J. Richardson Farmer Drylawhill
Rent receipts
Mr. Hillhouse Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster East Linton
005 A farm house with Suitable offices, a thrashing Machine, a garden and an arable Farm. Sir J. B. Hepburn proprietor.
BROWN'S PLACE [East Linton] Brown's Place Mr. J Richardson Farmer Drylawhill
Mr William Stell a resident Browns Place
Mr Hillhouse Schoolmaster East Linton
005 A Row of dwelling houses with gardens attached in the north west end of the Village of East Linton –
PRESTON Preston Mr. Hillhouse Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster East Linton
Mr. David Bonnar Free Ch. [Church] Schoolmaster East Linton
006 A small village on the north bank of the River Tyne, consisting of the Ph. [Parish] Church and Manse, a Corn Mill, and a number of inferior dwelling houses, with Small gardens attached, and occupied by mechanics and Labourers.

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List of Names collected by John McDiarmid C.A. [Civilian Assistant]
Plan 11A Trace 1
Parish of Prestonkirk

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