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OS1/21/42/17

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BUTTS [a cottage] Butts Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
025.15 At the southern extremity of Broomgate.
A small cottage. One storey, thatched and in indifferent repair. It is the property of the Reverend Mr Thompson, Kilmarnock.
POOR HOUSE [Lanark] Poor's House Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
025.15 Situation: On the W. side of Broomgate.
This building which was formerly the old Grammar School is 2 storeys, thatched and in good repair. It affords accommodation to 34 females and 24 male Paupers. It is supported by a rental assessment on Proprietors and Tenants in the Parish and Burgh of 6d. in the pound.
LANARK ARMS INN Lanark Arms Inn Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
025.15 On the N [North] side of the High Street and at its Western extremity.
An old Public House 2 storeys slated and in good repair with outhouses attached:- It is occupied by Mr Gavin Symington and is the property of Mr. Todd, Lesmahagow.

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XXV.15 Lanark 1/500 Plan 12. Page 17.

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The first entry Lanark Arms Inn is missing so cannot transcribe it - I've put note on forum (16/10/2013 JD)
Done today 12/2 JD
Poors House - What are the inititals under the name & what for? I put 34 females - is it?

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