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OS1/13/125/20

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HARBOUR [Buckhaven] Mr. James Ireland
T.Bywater Esqre.
R. Bonthron
032 A small excellent construction harbour entirely sheltered from the surge that beats heavily on this shore when the winds blows strong from the Eastward, it was expressly built to protect the boats belonging to fishermen at an outlay of £12.00. the fishermen of the village subscribed 3000 + the remainder was given by the Board of Fishery. Boats can make the harbour almost any time of tide and in any weather except it be at low water of the "great stream tides" in March + Septr.[september]
The cost was £12000. The fishermen contributed £3000, The Board of Fishery the remainder.
VICTORIA P.H. [Buckhaven] Thomas Bonthron Tenant
Robert Bonthron Post Office
Mr. John Ireland Merchant
032 A large stone built house near the harbour kept by Mr. Thomas Bonthron

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