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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Hedging Close
Alexander Scott Bonnygate, Cupar
Mr. Duncan, Jeweller St. Catherine St. Cupar.
[situation] Extends from Bonnygate to Kirk Wynd.
A very narrow lane leading from Bonnygate to Kirk Wynd, having a few Cottages on its Western Side Cheifly inhabited by Weavers.
Parliament Close
Mr. Alexander Scoitt. Banker Bonnygate, Cupar
Mr. Duncan Jeweller St. Catherine St. Cupar
[situation] North Side of Kirkgate opposite Dead Wynd.
A small close or Alley off the Kirkgate, the few houses in it, are in a very delapidated state, and chiefly Occupied by hand loom Weavers.
BRITISH LINEN COMPANY'S BANK British Linen Company's Bank Mr. Pagan. B.L.Co [British Linen Company] Bank
Mr. Alexander Scott British Linen Company Bank
[situation] South Side of Bonnygate opposite Lady Wynd omo [Ordnance Map Office]
A commodious building on the South side of Bonnygate, erected by the Company for the purpose of Carrying on their Banking business, it is 3 stories high, and slated.

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(61) Parish of Cupar Sheet 5 Trace 10

[Note - Hedging Close] Not written on six plan in Consequence of to little space

[Note - Parliament Close] Not written on 6 inch plan in consequence of to little space

[Note - British Linen Company's Bank] Not written on six inch plan in Consequence of to little space

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