List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Andrew Dykes proprietor
Matthew Taylor High Cauldcoats
Andrew Dykes occupier
030.07 A farm house occupied by the proprietor Andrew Dykes.
ST BRIDE'S CHAPEL St Bride's Chapel
St Bride's Chapel
St Bride's Chapel
Hugh Morton occupier
Andrew Dykes Westhouse
Matthew Taylor High Cauldcoats
Johnston's County map.
Fores'ts County map
030.07 This is a farmhouse occupied by Hugh Morton and the proper[ty of] Andrew Dykes of Westhouse This house takes its name from a chapel which once Stood here the Site of which is not now known. It was a vicarage dependent on [the] Priory of Lesmahagow, and attached to it were [?] lands now called Priestg[ate] Chartulary of the Abbey [?]

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In the entry for St Bride's Chapel the final part could be Chartulary of the Abbey of Kelso, as mentioned in previous entries.

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Eleanor Brown

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