List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHURCH [parish, Arbroath] Old Church (Parish) Plan of Arbroath 1842
Mr. D. Miller, Writer
Mr. G.M. Towns Manufacturer
046 [Situation] At the north end of Hill Place
This is the Parish Church of Arbroath, and is situated at the Junction of Hill Place, Academy Street & West Abbey St. It is an old Building and has a Tower, surmounted by a spire, at its Western end & which is of Modern erection. It is seated for 2000 persons. The Minister is the Revd. [Reverend] W.F. Irvine
KIRK WYND [Arbroath] Kirk Wynd Street Nameplates
Mr. G.M. Towns
Mr. D. Miller
046 [Situation] Extends from High Street to Hill Place
A short street extending from the High Street Eastwards to the Parish Church at the North End of Hill Place
WHITE HART HOTEL White Hart Hotel Sign Board
Mr. D. Miller
Mr. G.M. Towns
046 [Situation] On the south side of Kirk Wynd
A First Class Hotel with Suitable accommodation and extensive stabling; situated on the East side of the High Street at Kirk Wynd. The property of Mr. Cloudsley

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Church [note]
The Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Irvine states that this church
should not be written " Old Church" on the plans as it is
termed merely Ph. [Parish] Church in all documents connected therewith
(Signed) P.M. Hugh
2nd. Corpl. R.E. [2nd Corporal Royal Engineers]

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