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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
St Mary's Mission Chapel(Scottish Episcopalian) St Mary's Mission Chapel
St Mary's Mission Chapel
St Mary's Mission Chapel
Revd [Reverend] Mr Humphrey.
Mr Farquharson
Mr Wigham R.N. [Royal Navy]
004.11 A small thatched Cottage in the village of Cove used as a Chapel and School belonging to the Scottish Episcopal Church, it is in the Diocese of Brechin and was open on Christmas day 1864. A larger place of worship will ultimately be built on the site of this Chapel.
Quarries Cove Quarries (Granite)
Cove Quarries (Granite)
Cove Quarries (Granite)
Mr Farquharson Cove
Mr Wigham Cove
Mr Allan Cove
004.15 Extensive Granite Quarries a short distance South from the village of Cove worked by Mr. Manuel of London.
Watch House (Coastguard Service) Watch House
Watch House
Watch House
Mr Wigham R.N. [Royal Navy]
Mr Allan
Mr Farquharson
004.15 A small house commanding an extensive sea view, used by the Coast Guard as a Watch House and Armoury.

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