List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
INDEPENDENT CHAPEL [South Street] Independent Chapel
Independent Chapel
Mr D Tolmie St Andrews
Mr D Ballsillie St Andrews
012 A large substantial stone building in the Imornamental [sic] Gothic Style of Architecture, built by Subscription this year (1854), by the Independent body of dissenters as a house of worship. The building of the walls and roofing is completed but the glazing and internal woodwork is not yet done not even the flooring - but workmen are constantly employed at it, there is no gallerys [galleries] but it is intended to be seated with four hundred Sittings there is as yet no appointed Minister to it
Burgher Close
James Ireland South Street
James Anderson South Street
012 A narrow court with its entrance from South Street It derives its name from a Burgher Chapel which was formerly situated here

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About 7 Chains West of the Town Church [Situation for Independent Chapel]
North side of South Street [Situation for Burgher Close]

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