List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE [F.C., Maryhill] Manse
Valuation Roll
Revd. [Reverend ] R. Wilson
John Rennie, Schoolmaster.
006.02 A superior dwelling house, east of the Free Church, occupied by the incumbent Revd. [Reverend] R. Wilson
FREE CHURCH [Maryhill] Free Church
Free Church
Free Church
Valuation Roll
Revd. [Reverend] R. Wilson
John Rennie, Schoolmaster
006.02 A good stone building capable of containing a congregation of 600. It was built in 1846 & has a manse & school attached.
Forth & Clyde Canal
Forth & Clyde Canal
Estate Maps
R. Reidman, Secretary
J. Milne, Superintendent
006.02 A navigable canal connected the Firths of Forth & Clyde. There is a branch (2 3/4 miles) from the main canal at Stockingfield , which goes to Port Dundas in Glasgow. There are 39 drawbridges on this canal, including those on the branch. At Cambus Possil there are two aqueducts, one over the new railway, & the other over a stream; at Stockingfield, there is one over a road: & at Maryhill there are two, one over the road at the beginning of Main Street, & the other over the River Kelvin. There are also locks & basins at Maryhill. It passes through this parish 5 miles.

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Lanarkshire -- Maryhill Parish

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