List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of ST MARY'S CHAPEL [Pittenweem] Mary's Chapel (Site of)
Mary's Chapel (Site of)
Revd. Dr. [Reverend Doctor] Lowe
James Rogers Pittenweem
027 [Situation] In the Town of Pittenweem.
This was an old chapel which was dedicated to the Virgin Mary and was Situated in the South Side of Mary Street. All vestiges of it have long since disappeared And nothing marKs the place where it stood save and old stone with an inscription on it which is nearly effaced, the stone is built into the inside part of the Graveyard wall Opposite Lady's Wynd. The Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Scott and Bishop Lowe say that this was the Church of the Abbey or Priory of Pittenweem and that it was dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
MARY STREET [Pittenweem] Mary Street
Mary Street
Mr. Scott Printer, Pittenweem
James Rogers Pittenweem
027 [Situation] In the Town of Pittenweem.
This street extends from Retinue Row in a N. [North] East direction till it joins James Street near the Ph. [Parish] Manse. There are Only houses on its North side which are irregularly built And are occupied by Mechanics and labourers. The house in which the robery was Committed which led to the Porteous Mob in Edinburgh is still pointed out in this Street

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