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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST CATHERINE STREET St. Catherine Street
St. Catherine Street
Mr. Shaw Writer, Cupar
Mr Lees Stationer, Bonnygate
[situation] Extends Eastward from North End of Crossgate.
This street extends from the junction of Crossgate and Bonnygate in an easterly direction. The houses on each side are of good construction and being in general three stories high are occupied by respectable families. The Commercial and Clydesdale Banks and the Episcopal Chapel stand on the North side of this street and the County buildings and Tontine Hotel are on the south side. The street for the most part is Macadamised in consequence of most part of it being outside the Burgh Boundary. It is also well lighted with gas.

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(41 Parish of Cupar Sheet 5 Trace 7

[Margin Note] 23rd Decr [December] 1854 - N.B. The name is to be written on the 5 feet - and within the boundary of the excluded ground.

[Note] The principal portion of this Street is not within - i.e. does not belong to - the Burgh of Cupar - The portion of land at this place which does not belong to the Burgh is called St. Catherine St. - but the name of the portion (as a portion) is not on plan for want of room - See the Boundary Sketch Map of the Burgh of Cupar o,m,o [Ordnance Map Office dated] 20th Dcr [December] 1854 See Namelist for Sheet 8. page 9.

[page signed] John Early ca [Civilian Assistant]

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The difficulty of the Burgh Boundary and St Catherine Street appears in all volumes and Plans regarding Cupar

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