List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
John Dykes. Kipps
Forrest's Co. [County] Map.
David Thomson Kippspark
008.05 An old house having ruinous Offices attached, which formerly had a farm of land, but is now blended with that of Kipps
CHAPEL (Site of) [Kipps] Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
John Dykes
David Thomson
John Henry Ph [Parish] Addesson
Chalmers' Caledonian Vol. [Volume] 3 p. 698,
Origines Parochiales Scotiae
008.05 A Small chapel formerly stood here having a burial ground attached, D Thomson formerly Keppspark, whilst plowing up the burial ground, about 39 years ago through up several human bones. The name of the place is also good proof of a church or Burial ground.
"There was in former times a chapel at Kipp on the western border of the Parish " Chalmers Caledonia
John Dykes Occupier
Forrest's Co. [County] Map
David Thomson
Val. [Valuation] Roll (1857-8)
008.05 A house and Offices, having a large farm of land attached The property Waddell Esqr. Stonefield
Braden Hill
Alexander Small Occupier
Lease of farm
John Dykes
Forrest's Co [County] Map
008.05 A house and offices, having a farm of land attached The property of the Late Mr Waddell of Stonefield.

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Plan 8-5 -- Parish of New Monkland Lanarkshire

[note on page] "There was, in former times, a Chapel at Kipps, on the western border of the present Ph [Parish] of New Monkland", Chalmers Caledonia
"At a place called Kipps, on a burn in the west of New Monkland, was a chapel where the monks of Newbattle are said to have held their Courts baron" Orig= Paro [Origines Parochiales]

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