List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BAPTIST CHAPEL [White's Causeway] Baptist Chapel
Baptist Chapel
Baptist Chapel
Mr. Ireland (Elder)
Mr. John Ross (Elder)
Mr. Sang
[situation] On the N. [North] side of White's Causeway.
A plain stone building situate on the North side of Whyte's Causeway, Erected by subscriptions of the congregation 1853 It contains sittings for 250 persons & [belongs] to the sect called Scotch Baptists there is no regular Minister the service being led by an Elder, who receives no salary.
The Tabernacle
The Tabernacle
Mr. John Crawford (Deacon)
Mr. John Ferguson
Mr John Sang
[situation] On the E. [East] side of Crown Street.
A plain stone building, situate at the junction of Cowan Street with Charlotte Street. [It] belongs to the sect called Independents. It was erected 1803 by subscriptions of the congregation & contains sittings for 300 [persons]
PHILP'S SCHOOL Philps School
Philps School
Philps School
Henry Beveridge Esqr.
Mr. Drysdale (Town Clerk)
Mr. Bremner (Dean of Guild)
[situation] On the West side of Thistle Street.
An endowed school erected in 1850 out of funds left by Robert Philp Esqr. who by a deed of settlement dated 1820 (after enumerating several legacies) directed that "Two eighth parts of shares of the yearly income or interest arising from the remainder of his means & estate should be [obscured in fold] & expended yearly in educating 100 children in the town [and] Parish of Kirkcaldy."From the increased value of the property the number of the children now in the school is 125. A general English education is taught. It is situated at the Junction of Thistle street with Charlotte Street

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[Note - Baptist Chapel] (Seats for 250)

[Note - The Tabernacle] Independents (seats for 500)

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