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OS1/21/42/40

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MARKGREEN Markgreen
Markgreen
Markgreen
Markgreen
Merk Green
Markgreen
Markgreen
Mr Robert Smith, Provost
Mr Gray, Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan, Town Clerk
Mr Bannatyne, Post Master
An old Map of Lanark
On re-reference to the above authorities
Mr Marr, Proprietor
025.15 This is a handsome house built in the Cottage style two storeys, slated and has out offices attached its has also an extensive Garden & Shrubbery - residence of Mrs Marr
Proprietor Rev John L. Marr
IVY HOUSE Mr Robert Smith, Provost
Mr Gray, Rector Grammar School
Mr Annan, Town Clerk
Mr Bannatyne, Post Master
An old Map of Lanark
On re-reference to the above authorities
Mr Marr, Proprietor
025.15 A Plainly built house having a small Garden and outhouse attached - two storeys and slated it is the residence of Mr D. Brown - Proprietor Rev J.L. Marr.-

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40 [left corner of header]
XXV.15 Lanark 1/500 Plan 13 [in header]

On the N. [North] side of the road extending from the end of Wellgate [Situation for "Markgreen" and "Ivy House"]

Transcriber's notes

Markgreen. In the Description for this Name, it appears that originally it has been described as the residence of "Mr Marr, Writer to H.M. Signet" but this has been scored out and amended to read "Mrs Marr".
Ivy House. No Spelling is given for this Name.

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