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Fife and Kinross-shire volume 120

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/13/120/1 [Page] 1 Co [County] fife Sheet 3 Parish of Dunfermline [index page] Names of Objects -- Page Ph [Parish of Dunfermline -- 10 Albany Street -- 4 Albany Cottage -- 4 Appin Crescent -- 10 Campbell Street -- 5 Curling Pond -- 15 Downieville Crescent -- 5 Dunfermline District Trust No, 7, -- 9 Edinburgh Perth &, Dundee Railway (Dunfermline Branch) -- 8 Fever Hospital -- 7 Gardener's Lands -- 3 Gardeners Street -- 4 Haly Blude Acres -- 12 Jail -- 6 Low's Barns -- 15 Martyr's Street -- 12 Martyrs Place -- 13 Newlands Hill House -- 2 Poor house -- 6 Rose Street -- 4 Railway Station -- 8 Rope &, Twine Manufactory -- 13 Stirling &, Dunfermline Railway -- 8 Thistle Street -- 2 Townhill Road -- 9 Towngreen T,B, [Toll Bar] -- 11 Transy Malleable Iron WorKs -- 14 Transy Farm Steading -- 15 ViewbanK Cottage -- 2 South Inglis Street -- 2
OS1/13/120/1 For situations see also Town Plan - http://maps.nls.uk/view/74415325
OS1/13/120/2 NEWLANDS HILL HOUSE Newlands Hill House Newlands Hill House Newlands Hill House Mr Kilgour Mr Davie Owner & occupier Mr Morris Albany Cottage 035 [Situation] On the south side of Thistle St A neat newly built residence the property of the present occupier. It obtained its name from being Situated in newly enclosed land on the top of a hill.
OS1/13/120/2 THISTLE STREET Thistle Street Thistle Street Thistle Street Corner Ticket Mr Kilgour Mr Morris Albany Cottage 035 [Situation] Branching of the West side of Townhill Road, A newly laid out street, at present there are only a few houses on its South side
OS1/13/120/2 VIEWBANK COTTAGE ViewbanK Cottage ViewbanK Cottage ViewbanK Cottage Mr James Balfour Mr Kilgour Mr Morris 035 [Situation] On the East side of Townhill Road A newly built residence the property of the present occupier. The laying out of the garden & grounds about it is not yet completed
OS1/13/120/2 SOUTH INGLIS STREET South Inglis Street South Inglis Street Name on Corner Mr Penman Wood's Map of Dunfermline 1823 035 [Situation] At the S,E, [South East] corner of Sheet A Street commencing at the corner of Queen Anne Street, and terminates at Reform St, entirely occupied by trades people,
OS1/13/120/2 [Page] 2 Sheet 3 -- Trace 2 [Note above Viewbank Cottage] -- Trace 3
OS1/13/120/3 GARDENERS' LANDS Gardeners' Lands Mr James Morris, Albany Cottage Mr John Davie, Newlands Hill House Lawrence Gibson & John Coulton of Rose Street 035 [Situation] On the East side of Townhill Road A piece of Land The property of the "Ancient Society of Gardeners" Bounded on the South by Gardeners' St. and continues in a northerly direction (Including the whole of Traces 2 & 5) to a fence (at which point the lands terminate) about 50 or 100 linKs beyond the Sheet line on the North of Trace 2.
OS1/13/120/3 [Page] 3 Sheet 3 -- Trace 2 -- Town of Dunfermline
OS1/13/120/4 ROSE STREET Rose Street Rose Street Rose Street Mr Lambert Mr Morris Mrs Clarke 035 [Situation] Branching from Townhill Road Street Consists of a Single row of Stone houses 2 stories high and extends from Townhill Road to the Gate of Albany Cottage
OS1/13/120/4 ALBANY STREET Albany Street Albany Street Albany Street Mr Lambert Mr Morris Name on Corner of Street 035 [Situation] Branching from Townhill Road A new Street with a few houses, on either side at irregular intervals it extends from Townhill road to the Stone wall the boundary of the Gardeners' Land.
OS1/13/120/4 GARDENERS' STREET Gardeners' Street Gardeners' Street Gardeners' Street Mr Lambert Mr Morris Name on Street 035 [Situation] Branching from the W. [West] side off Townhill Road A new Street with houses only on one side - runs parallel to Railway and extends from Townhill road to the Stone wall the boundary of the Gardeners land -
OS1/13/120/4 ALBANY COTTAGE Albany Cottage Albany Cottage Albany Cottage Mr Morris owner & occupier Mr Kilgour Mr John Scotland 035 [Situation] At the W. West] end of Rose Street A very neat residence with gardens & pleasure grounds, very tastefully laid out, the property of David Morris Esqr who was once Provost of Dunfermline
OS1/13/120/4 [Page] 4 Trace 5 -- Sheet 3 -- Town of Dunfermline
OS1/13/120/5 DOWNIEVILLE CRESCENT Downieville Crescent Downieville Crescent Downieville Crescent Mr Lambert Mr Blair Chalmers Street Mr Hay Surveyor 035 [Situation] On the E. [East] side of Townhill Street A short row of houses on the East side of the Townhill Road of one Story built in the plain Cottage style, the plan is the Segment of a circle, the lower floors occupied as Weaving shops
OS1/13/120/5 CAMPBELL STREET Campbell Street Campbell Street Campbell Street Corner Ticket Mr Kilgour Valn [Valuation] Roll 1848 035 [Situation] at the Western Margin of sheet A short street running in an Easterly direction about 1 1/2 [chains] in to the sheet from W [West] margin [l??] it is about 10 Chs [Chains] N W [North West] from [Rlw?] [Railway] station
OS1/13/120/5 [Page] 5 Trace 6 -- Sheet 3 -- Town of Dunfermline [Note Campbell Street] -- Trace 4
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OS1/13/120/6 JAIL Gaol Gaol Gaol Mr Kilgour Town Clerk Mr Soutar Writer Mr Gillespie Governor of Gaol) 035 [Situation] About 5 chains S.W. [South West] from the Poorshouse A substantial Stone building erected in 1844, It is fitted up for the confinement of 20 prisoners on the seperate system, & is superinteded [superintended] by a Governor (£70 per annum), Matron (£20 per annum) & 1 Warder. The prisoners are employed at maKing Mats & various other duties. CranK labor is resorted to for the refractory. It is a County Gaol
OS1/13/120/6 POORHOUSE Poorhouse Poorhouse Poorhouse Poorhouse Poors house Mr Hay Architect Mr Kilgour Town clerk Mr Morris (albany cottage) Mr Ross Governor New Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] 035 [Situation] About 5 chains N.E. [North East] from the Jail A substantial stone building to which considerable additions are now being made, The original building comprised only the S E [South East] face with a few outbuildings, A great number of worKmen are now employed maKing additional buildings on the N North] & N [North] East sides of the present buildings, It was originally intended Continued [on Page 7]
OS1/13/120/6 [Page] 6 Sheet 3 -- Trace 6 [Note Jail] -- Jail [Initialled] J.B. [Notes Poorhouse] -- Trace 7 Poor's House with the word Poor in the genitive could be correct but as the word Poor is both irregular and plural, Poorhouse: not Poorshouse should be used in the Compound word -- O,M O
OS1/13/120/7 POORHOUSE 035 [Continued from Page 6] for the accomodation of 80 [inmates] when the alterations are completed it will contain 200. The [present] number is 140. It is superintended by a Governor & Matron (at a joint [salary] of £65 per annum) & Porter.
OS1/13/120/7 FEVER HOSPITAL Fever Hospital Board at entrance 035 [Situation] A little N,W, [North West] from the Poorshouse. there is an Hospital attached which was originally intended [for] a Fever Hospital exclusively, it [is] now used as a general one, but still Known by its original name The Poorhouse belongs to the Ph [Parish] of Dunfermline & is supported by Parish Rate.
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OS1/13/120/8 EDINBURGH PERTH AND DUNDEE RAILWAY (Dunfermline Branch) Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway (Dunfermline Branch) Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway (Dunfermline Branch) Bill Head of Compy [Company] James Robinson (Station Master) Thomas Galloway (Station clerk) 035 [Situation] Passing the S. [South] side Gardeners street The Jail & Poorshouse A Branch double line of Railway but single near Dunfermline extending from Dunfermline to Thornton Junction, where it joins the direct line from Edinburgh to Perth & Dundee For Passengers and General Traffic
OS1/13/120/8 STIRLING AND DUNFERMLINE RAILWAY Bill Head of Compy [Company] James Robinson Thomas Galloway 035 [Situation] Joining the Edinburgh Perth &. Dundee Railway at the Railway station A Double line of Railway extending from Stirling to Dunfermline where it joins the Dunfermline Branch of the Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway. It belongs to the Stirling & Dunfermline Company but is let for a term of years to the Edingurgh & Glasgow Company - It has no Telegraph yet laid down For Passengers and General Traffic
OS1/13/120/8 RAILWAY STATION Railway Station Board at entrance James Robinson Thomas Galloway 035 [Situation] At the end of the Stirling & Dunfermline Railway A small wooden building, a Passenger Station at the junction of the Stirling & Dunfermline, & the Dunfermline branch of the Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railways
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OS1/13/120/9 DUNFERMLINE DISTRICT TRUST (No 7) 035 Under the designation "Western District of Fife Turnpike Roads" are comprehended several portions of highways upon which Toll Bars are placed under an [Act] of Parliament, the whole are clearly [defined] in a Map & Schedule in the possession [of] the Road Surveyor. The road upon [Sheet] 3 under this trust, is part of that [between] Dunfermline & KirKcaldy, & is No 7 of [the] District, described as "Town Green Toll (Dunfermline) by North Fod & [Crossgates] to Stewarts Arms" a roadside Inn on [the] Burntisland Branch of the Great [North] Road.
OS1/13/120/9 TOWNHILL ROAD Townhill Road Townhill Road Townhill Road Mr Tuckett Road Surveyor Mr Kilgour Mr Morris albany cottage 035 [situation] Running in a N.E. [North East] direction thro' through] Sheet A Road extending in a N [North] Easterly direction from Towngreen Toll Bar to N [North] Margin line, & into 6 Inch work.
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OS1/13/120/9 See also Town Plan - http://maps.nls.uk/view/74415325 Words lost in fold of page.
OS1/13/120/10 APPIN CRESCENT Appin Crescent Appin Crescent Appin Crescent Appin Crescent Mr Kilgour (Town ClerK) Mr Bonnar (Architect) Valn [Valuation] Roll 1848 Corner TicKet 035 [Situation] Running Easterly from Town Green T,P, [Turn Pike] A crescent of neat houses belonging to the Appin estate generally occupied by the worKmen employed at Transy Malleable Iron WorKs -
OS1/13/120/10 DOWNIEVILLE CRESCENT Downieville Crescent Downieville Crescent Downieville Crescent Downieville Crescent Mr Kilgour Mr Bonnar Corner TicKet Valn [Valuation Roll 1848 035 A row of good houses in the form of a crescent named after the late Mr Downie of Appin They are chiefly occupied by DamasK Weavers
OS1/13/120/10 DUNFERMLINE (Parish) Ph [Parish] of Dunfermline. 035 [Situation] Near the Eastern Extremity of the County For descriptive remarKs of this parish see Name booK for sheet 4
OS1/13/120/10 [Page] 10 Sheet 3 -- Trace 9 -- Town and Parish of Dunfermline [Note Downieville Crescent] -- See page 5
OS1/13/120/11 TOWNGREEN T.P. Towngreen T.B. [Toll Bar] Towngreen T.B. [Toll Bar] Towngreen T.B. [Toll Bar] Towngreen T.B. [Toll Bar] ErsKine Beveridge Priory House Mr Kilgour Town clerk Mr Bonnar Sign Board 035 [Situation] At the W. [West] end of Appin Crescent. A new Toll house and Gate at the eastern entrance to Dunfermline at which certain sums are collected for the repairing of [County] Roads.
OS1/13/120/11 [Page] 11 Sheet 3 -- Trace 9 -- Town and Parish of Dunfermline [Note Crossgates Road, crossed out] -- Not a proper name See Dunfermline Dist [District] Trust. -- [Initialled] G.V.
OS1/13/120/12 HALY BLUDE ACRES Haly Blude Acres Haly Blude Acres Haly Blude Acres Haly Blude Acres ErsKine Beveridge (Priory House) Mr Bonnar (architect) Mr Crombie Woodhead street Town Map 1823 035 [Situation] At the West end of Martyrs Street A piece of arable land at east end of Dunfermline. which the Rev [Reverend] P Chalmers states was at one time devoted to support of the Holy Blood alter in Dunfermline Abbey Church But ErsKine Beveridge Esquire is of an opinion that Martyrs shed their Blood here.
OS1/13/120/12 MARTYR'S STREET Martyr's Street Martyr's Street Martyr's Street ErsKine Beveridge (Priory House) Corner TicKet Mr Bonnar 035 [Situation] Branching from Townhill Road A short Street at the east side of Haly Blude Acres and leading off the west side of Townhill Road at present there is only two houses in it which are occupied by Weavers
OS1/13/120/12 [Page] 12 Sheet 3 -- Trace 9 -- Town and Parish of Dunfermline
OS1/13/120/13 ROPE AND TWINE MANUFACTORY [Martyr's Place] Rope and Twine Manufactory Rope and Twine Manufactory Rope and Twine Manufactory Mr Rolland (owner) Mr Bonnar (Architect) Mr Crombie Woodhead street 035 [Situation] 3 Chains East of Martyrs' Place A Rope and Twine [Manufactory] belonging to the late Mr Rolland and at present the property of his widow.
OS1/13/120/13 MARTYR'S PLACE Martyr's Place Martyr's Place Martyr's Place Corner TicKet Mr Bonnar ErsKine Beveridge (Priory House) 035 [Situation] On the W. [West] side of Townhill Road A row of neat built houses on the east and south side of Haly Blude acres They are two stories in height and the ground floors are generally occupied by DamasK Weavers
OS1/13/120/13 [Page] 13 Sheet 3 -- Trace 9 -- Town and Parish of Dunfermline [Faint Note Rope and Twine Manufactory, originally written Rolland's Rope and Twine Manufactory] -- The name would change with the owner --- [Initialled] G.V.
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OS1/13/120/14 TRANSY MALLEABLE IRON WORKS Transy Iron WorKs Bill Head of Compy [Company] 035 A tolerably large Malleable Iron WorKs in extensive operation, at present the property of the Weirdale Iron Company
OS1/13/120/14 [Page] 14 [Note Upper Pond, crossed out] -- Not a proper name -- [Initialled] G.V.
OS1/13/120/14 Heading and most of Spelling and Authorities columns obscured by Iron Works bill heading.
OS1/13/120/15 LOW'S BARNS Low's Barns Low's Barns Low's Barns Mr Bonnar Architect Mr D.C. Glen Civil Engineer James Hogg Cler [Clerk] Transy Iron worKs 035 [Situation] Near the Eastern margin of Sheet A row of indifferent [looKing] houses the property of Doctor Wardlaw Dunfermline but at one time belonging to a Mr Low from where the name is derived [present] occupiers working people
OS1/13/120/15 CURLING POND Curling Pond Curling Pond Curling Pond Mr Bonnar Mr D.C. Glen James Hogg 035 [Situation] Near the Eastern margin of Sheet Pond on the property of the Edinburgh Perth & Dundee Railway Co [Company], at present let by the company to the Dunfermline Club Curlers.
OS1/13/120/15 TRANSY FARM STEADING Transy Farm steading Transy Farm steading Transy Farm steading E. Beveridge Esqr Mr Fair (occupier) Mr Scotland 035 [Situation] 6 chains S. [South] of Low's Barns A Farm House & out offices the property of the Malleable Iron WorKs Company, present tenant Mr Fair.
OS1/13/120/15 [Page] 15 Sheet 3 -- Trace 10 -- Town and Parish of Dunfermline [Signed] J Bayly Capt R.E [Captain Royal Engineers]
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OS1/13/120/16 [Page] 16 OS1/13/120 120 [Stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. [MANUSCRIPT] STORE -- 1 OCT. 94 [OCTOBER 1894] -- SOUTHAMPTON Co [COUNTY] FIFE Town of Dunfermline SHEET 3 Parish of -- Page Dunfermline -- 1