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CEMETERY [Dalbeth Convent] Dalbeth Cemetery Dalbeth Cemetery Dalbeth Cemetery Board of Rules &c. Revd: P. McLaughlin J. Shaw, Superintendent 006.16 A Roman Catholic burying ground in connexion with the Convent. There are several handsome Tomb Stones in it.
CHAPEL [R.C., Dalbeth Convent] Chapel Chapel Chapel Roman Catholic Directory Revd: Pat: McLaughlin J. shaw, Supdt. of Cemetry 006.16 A good stone building recently erected in connexion with "Dalbeth Convent" It is dedicated to "Our Blessed Lady of Lancelot" Chaplain Revd. P. McLaughlin.
SCHOOL [Dalbeth] School School School J. Dunlop Esqr Pr. R. Findlay Esqr Miss Cahoon, Teacher 006.16 A Female School supported by Stoppages made from the men belonging to Clyde Iron Works. There is also an allowance given to the Teacher by J. Dunlop Esqr. There is no support from the Parish.
THORN Thorn Thorn Thorn J. Dunlop Esqr. Pr. R. Findlay Esqr. Miss Cahoon Occupier 006.16 A slate roofed house on the side of the Turnpike road, The west half of it is used as a school & the other as a dwelling for the schoolmistress. The property of J. Dunlop Esqr. The name is well known, It is taken from a Thorn Tree which stood near.

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