List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PHILP'S SCHOOL Philp's School
Philp's School
Philp's School
Philp's School
Mr. James Cousins (secretary to committee)
Mr. William Arthur Master
Mr. Thomson (Old Dunnikier House)
Mr. John Duff (Pathhead)
[situation] On the S. [South] side of Nether Street.
An endowed School built & supported by the income derived from property left by Robert Philp of Edenshead, by will dated 15th May 1820, in which after enumerating some few legacies he directed that 3/8 of the income of the whole residue of his means & estate should be devoted to the Education & Clothing of 150 poor children (Boys & Girls) in the districts of Dunnikier, St. Clairtown & Hawklymuir. From the increase in value of the property the number of children is now augmented to 300. The scholars are taught a general course of English education, & are furnished from the fund with books, Paper etc. The masters salary is £150 per annum. Masters assistant £80 per annum. Mistress £40 per annum & a Female Assistant £25 per annum.
Pathhead Free Church
Pathhead Free Church
Revd. [Reverend] Charles Jameson Minister
Thomas Millie
Revd. [Reverend] Charles Haxton
[situation] On the W. [West] side of The Green.
A plain stone building erected by subscription in 1844, it contains 830 sittings none of which are free The ministers stipend is £160 per annum. There is a Manse belonging to the Church situate on the South side of the Panney Road

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