List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ANN STREET [Hamilton] Ann Street Corner Tickets 017.04 A Short Street branching off Campbell Street in a westerly direction and terminating at Cadzow St, [Street]
CHURCH [Hamilton] Church
Mr. Thomson
Mr. Henderson Town Clerk
017.04 A handsomely built edifice, being the Parish Church, it was built in 1730, the interior is well fitted up with pews galleries etc. Sufficiently commodious for about 800 persons. On the west side of the Grave Yard is a small portion of enclose ground, appropriated as the Cholera Burial ground.
MARTYRS' MONUMENT [parish churchyard, Hamilton] Martyrs' Monument
Martyrs' Monument
Mr. Henderson
Cloud of Witnesses
017.04 A small Grave Stone bearing the following inscription. "At Hamilton lie the heads of John Parker, Gavin Hamilton, James Hamilton and Christopher Strang, who suffered at Edinburgh December 7th 1666.
"Stay, passenger, take notice what thou reads "at Edinburgh ly our bodies, here our heads "our right hands stood at Lanark, these we [want] "Because with them we sware the Covenant.

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Transcriber's notes

The end of the second last line on the page is in the gutter edge, however, the word missing is 'want' [source "Hamilton 1475-1975" a booklet celebrating 500 years of the Burgh of Hamilton and in which the inscription is quoted]

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