List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUNNIKIER OLD HOUSE Dunnikier House (old)
Dunnikier House (old)
Dunnikier House (old)
Dunnikier House (old)
Mr. Thomson (proprietor)
Mr. John Duff
Mathew Henderson
Sibbald's Hist. [History] of Fife
[situation] On the N. [North] side of Nether Street.
An old house in very good repair erected [in] 1692 by Mr. John Watson who at that time was the owner of the Dunnikier Estate. " To the east of Kirkcaldie upon a rising ground is the house & village of Dinniekier" Sibbald's Hist. [History] p [obscured]
In the New Statl. Acct. [Statistical Account] it is stated that "the house was long inhabited by the family of Dunnikier" p 139.
A new house now called Dunnikier house at some distance from the old one, was erected by James Townsend Oswald Esqr. which is now the residence of the proprietor of the Dunnikier Estate.
Scottish Floor Cloth Manufactory
Scottish Floor Cloth Manufactory
Billheads & Invoices
Michael Nairn (owner)
James McBride (Clerk)
[situation] On the S. [South] side of Nether Street.
A large building on the south side of Nether Street in which the manufacture of Floor Cloth is carried on, it is the property of Mr. Michael Nairn

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