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OS1/21/42/24

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLE YETT Castle Yett Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
025.15 A well built house 2 storeys high, slated and in good repair, it is the residence of Mr. Bowie, and the property of the Rev. [Reverend] Mr. Thomson, Kilmarnock, it has a handsome garden and orchard attached.
POTTER'S WYND Potter's Wynd Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
025.15 Extends from Wellgate in a S [South] W [West] direction.
A small lane which leads to Castlehill, and New Lanark - the origin of its name is unknown. There are few houses in it, all 1 storey slated and thatched and in good repair.
STAR INN [Lanark] Star Inn Mr Robert Smith. Provost
Mr Gray. Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan. Town Clerk
Mr Ballantyne. Postmaster
025.15 On the south side of Wellgate.
This is a newly built house slated and 2 storeys. Without any stabling accommodation or outhouses. It is occupied by Mr McMann and is the property of certain members of St John's Lodge of Freemasons and where their meetings are held.

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Page 24. XX.15 Lanark 1/500 Plan 12.

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Castle Yett has been scored through, gate is written above and written below.
Castlegate
'adpated to agree with 1/2500 Plans. '
O.S.O
Southampton
J.B. (looks like)

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