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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
T.P. [Biggar] Biggar T. P. [Turn Pike]
Biggar T. P. [Turn Pike]
Biggar T. P. [Turn Pike]
Mr John Morrison
Mr Robert Glen
Mr David Lockhart
034.10 A small one storey building, slated an in good repair. full rates are levied on all vehiclels and beasts of burthen, but half rates only, on Sheep and Cattle.
BIGGAR MOSS Biggar Moss
Biggar Moss
Biggar Moss
Mr John Morrison
Mr Robert Glen
Mr David Lockhart
034.10 A patch of moss the property of, and used by the fewars of Biggar for Peats. there is a Curling Pond on the S. [South] side of it
NORTH U.P. MANSE [Biggar] North Manse U. P. [United Presbyterian]
North Manse U. P. [United Presbyterian]
North Manse U. P. [United Presbyterian]
Mr John Morrison
Mr Robert Glen
Mr David Lockhart
034.10 A plain two storey, slated, dwelling house, the residence of the Minister of the N [North] U. P. [United Presbyterian] Church

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Parish of Biggar

Transcriber's notes

In the list of names column the following has been written -

T.P. [Turn Pike] - Biggar has been crossed out and T.P. is sufficient it being in the town of Biggar followed by signatures FLP and one more [?].

North U. P. has been crossed out and "Manse only written on plan" has been written followed by some signatures, UK, FLP, and one more [?].

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Eleanor Brown

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