List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
John Guild. Pro. [Proprietor]
Val [Valuation] (Roll 1861)
031 A small cottage having a large garden attached.
D. Wilkie Esqr.
Mr. Black, Writer
Val. [Valuation] Roll (1861)
031 This name applies to that part of the town extending from the east end of St. Malcolm's Wynd Northward, to that lane or road passing the West Quarry
ST MARY'S EPISCOPAL CHAPEL St. Mary's Chapel Episcopal
St. Mary's Chapel Episcopal
The Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Douglas
D. Wilkie Esqr.
031 A plain built church surmounted by a spire. The minister of which is the Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Douglas who is supported chiefly by the Kinnordy family and the Earl of Airlie,
ST MARY'S SCHOOL St. Marys School The Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Douglas
D. Wilkie Esqr.
031 in connection with this church or chapel [St. Mary's] is a school of the same name situated on the opposite side of the Roods.

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