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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Seggie Distillery
Seggie Distillery
Robert Haig Esqr. Seggie Distillery
Robert Amoss Steward Seggie
Voters' Register Co. [County of] Fife
006 [situation] About 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] from Guard Bridge
A very large number of sheds and offices all in good repair with gasometer which is large enough to afford light to the whole establishment. It affords employment to about 40 men. There is about 405000 gallons of whisky distilled yearly, (which is sent to London and converted into gin.) There is a pier projecting into the Eden, at which there is 12 feet of water at spring tides. Tenanted by Robert Haig Esqr. The property of J.H. Rigg Esqr. of Tarvit (There are three gaugers stationed there.)
Robert Haig Esqr. Seggie Distillery
Robert Amoss Steward Seggie.
Voters' Register Co. [County] Fife
006 [situation] About 1/2 Mile N.W. [North West] from Guard Bridge
A large farm house one story high with extension offices and thrashing machine, all in good repair; there is a garden and a farm of about 250 acres of arable land attached. The property of the Bank of Scotland. Occupied by Robert Amoss their Steward.

Continued entries/extra info

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Transcriber's notes

There are some numbers scribbled under Seggie Distillery in the List of Names column; they are obviously connected to the 405000 gallons of whisky produced there.

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

MaxInSpain , VickiColeman