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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE [U.P., Markinch] Manse U.P. [United Presbyterian]
Manse U.P
Manse U.P
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown
Mr. Ballingal
Mr. Nichols
024 [Situation] In the town of Markinch.
A small house, with garden attached, built for and occupied by the U.P. [United Presbyterian clergyman Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown.
SCHOOL [for girls, Markinch] School
School
School
Mr. Ballingal
Mr. Nichols
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown
024 [Situation] In the town of Markinch.
A small girls School, built by Mrs. Balfour and taught by a mistress, Supported by the Children with a voluntary Subscription from Mrs. Balfour.
FREE CHURCH [Markinch] Free Church
Free Church
Free Church
Free Church
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Brown
Mr. Ballingal
Mr. Nichols
Mr. Ingles
024 [Situation] In the town of Markinch. A large modern building erected for and used as a place of worship by the Members of the Free Church. It has a school attached where reading writing and arithmetic are taught to boys and girls by a master, Supported by the Childrens pence.
SCHOOL [Free Church, Markinch] School The above authorities 024 [Situation] In the town of Markinch. A large modern building erected for and used as a place of worship by the Members of the Free Church. It has a school attached where reading writing and arithmetic are taught to boys and girls by a master, Supported by the Childrens pence.

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