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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BAILIE'S BRAE Bailie's Brae
Bailie's Brae
Bellies Brae
D. Wilkie Esqr.
Dr. [Doctor] Miln Kirriemuir
Val. [Valuation] Roll (1861)
031 A street leading from the Town House at the end of High Street, and terminating at the bridge near the Gas Works
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MANSE [Kirriemuir] U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
The Rev. [Reverend] James Stirling
Mr. Will
031 A fine dwelling house the property of the minister of the U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church for the time being
P.H. [Public House] [Railway Tavern, Kirriemuir] Railway Tavern
Railway Tavern
Sign Board
D. Wilkie Esqr.
031 An Inn or Tavern on the north of Bank Street having stabling attached.
Site of CHAPEL [Kirriemuir] Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
Mr. Dixon
Mr. Stevens
D. Wilkie Esqr.
031 Mr. Stevens and Dixon say that a chapel formerly stood here [Railway Tavern] which had been dedicated to St. Colm, also behind, to the north, there is a large garden which had been used as the graveyard (see trace 3)
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