List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Kettle Burn
John Williamson Parish School
Thomas Arnot Esq. Chapel
017 [situation] Commencing at the South side of Kettlebridge passing through the Village and by the east side of Kettle.
A small stream which is formed by the junction of two streams at or near HaleKettle and flows in a Northerly direction through the Village of Kettlebridge And empties itself into the River Eden North of the Village of Kettle.
SCHOOL [Kettlebridge] School
Mr. Browne Schoolmaster Kettlebridge
Mr. Eadie Farmer Kingskettle
017 [situation] At the N.E. [North East] end of the village of Kettlebridge.
A house at the East end of the village of Kettlebridge Kept as a School house where children of both sexes are taught the usual branches of an English education. The average number of pupils in attendance are 80 The Master receives £9 Annually which is made up for him by subscription together with school fees from the pupils and a free school house.

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