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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
KEITHING BURN Keithing Burn
Keithing Burn
Keithing Burn
Keithing Burn
James Steel
Dr. Barbarie M.D. [Doctor of Medicine] Inverkeithing
Mr. James Alexander
William Fraser Esqr.
039 [situation] Running thro' [through] the E. [East] side of the town of Inverekeithing.
A small Stream rising in the vicinty of Fordel Colliery & runs West, passing near Scots Mill until it joins with the Pinkerton Burn; it there makes an abrupt turn towards the S, [South] joins the RW [Railway] at the Brick works and continues to do so as far as the Harbour where it discharges itslf.
ST JOHN'S WELL St. John's Well
St. John's Well
St. John's Well
St. John's Well
Mr. McCallum Roods bank
Mr. Angus
Mr. Arnot
Mr. Fraser Town Clerk
039 [situation] Near the end of High Street.
A well with pump on the W. [West] side of the Gt. [Great] North Road, 9 Chains N. [North] of Inverkeithing Church.
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MANSE [Inverkeithing] U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
Mr. Miller
Mr. Fraser
Mr. Angus
039 [situation] At the end of High Street.
A long stone built cottage, the residence of the Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Fleming situate at the North end of the High Street, on the E. [East] side.

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21 Inverkeithing Parish Trace 4. 39B

[Note - St. John's Well] No traditionary information is to be obtained with respect to this Well.

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