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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LIMESTONE QUARRIES [Chapel] Limestone Quarries The Occupier
J. T. Oswald Esquire Proprietor
Messrs Tosh & Gibson Writers
031 [situation] A little N.E. [North East] from Chapel
Two lime stone quarries in Connection with Bogie Lime works occupied by Mr George Birrel & Co. [Company]
CHAPEL [village] Chapel New. Stat acct. [Statistical account]
County Map.
J T Oswald Esqr.
Mr Douglas, Factor
Johnstons Co. [County] Map
031 [situation] About 3/4 Mile N.E. [North East] of Torbain Tower
A village on the west side of the Turnpike road between KirKcaldy and Cluny bridge the houses in which are principally one story high and occupied by laborers and persons in Connection with the lime workKs
Supposed site of CHAPEL [Chapel] Supposed site of Chapel Messrs. Tosh & Gibson
Mr Douglas Factor
Robert Davidson
John Downy
031 [situation] In the village of Chapel
A chapel or other place of religious [obscured] is supposed to have been erected here in olden times from which probably the village derives its name. History seems Silent on the matter but there is now [obscured] an intelligent labouring man named John Downy who states that when preparing and making the garden wall see A on trace he and others found 7 Urns some of which Contained Human bones which would lead to the conclusion that a place of Sepulture existed here in former times he farther states that old men years ago pointed out to him the place as marked on trace the probable Site of the Chapel.

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Parish of Abbotshall -- Plan 31D

Supposed site of Chapel [Note] These three authorities have heard of the supposed Chapel but could not with accuracy point out the Site or Supposed Site.

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