List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Mr. D. Elder Scooniebridge
Mr. P. Thompson Scoonie
025 [situation] About 1/2 a Mile N.N.W. [North North West] of the Town of Scoonie.
A farm house one story high with suitable Offices and a farm of land Containing about 100 Acres attached; there is a thrashing machine on the premises propelled by horse power, the whole held under a lease of 13 years from C M Christie Esq of Durie by Mr. David Elder
Durie Colliery Durie Colliery
Durie Colliery
Mr. D. Elder Scooniebridge
Mr. P. Thomson Scoonie
[situation] Upwards of 1/2 a Mile N.N.W. [North North West] of the Town of Leven
An extensive Coal Pit on the Durie Estate held under a lease by J.B. Farnie Esq. of Kilmux from C.M. Christie Esq. of Durie; the average price of the best coal at the Pit is 9/- p ton. [9 shillings per ton]
Cuttlehill Brick & Tile Works
Mr. Alexander White Leven
Mr. D. Elder Scooniebridge
025 [situation] About 1/4 of a Mile North of the town of Leven
A brick and Tile field with ten dwelling houses attached, they are held under a lease of 10 years by Mr. Alexander White from Charles M. Christie Esq. of Durie.

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Parish of Scoonie Plan 25 A Trace 6 (30 [page no.]
Note, The name "Scoonie Bridge" to be written on plan so as it may apply to the bridge & also to the houses adjoining it. To avoid the disagreeable repetition of the word Scoonie which cannot be avoided in the old church name was the object. See page 31

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