List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STONEHOUSE [parish] Stonehouse Parish Valuation Roll.
Voter's List.
Estate Map.
Forest's Co. Map.
New Statistical Account.
Gazetteer of Scotland (fullarton's).
Revd. H. Dewar Parish Minister.
Thomas Hamilton, Inspector Of Poor.
Jas. Whyte, tweediehall.
Old Statistical Account.
Chalmer's Caledonia.
Origines Par: Scotia.
Sheriff's Returns.
018; 023; 024; 030; 031 A parish in the Upper Ward of Lanarkshire containing two villages - Stonehouse and Sandford.
There are three churches in Stonehouse - The Parish Church, U.P.Church, and a Free Church. There are also three schools - the Parish School, Free Church School, and a Subscription School. In Sandford there is another Subscription School. The Avon Water forms part of the north - eastern boundary, and runs across the parish forming the western boundary of Stonehouse to the point where the Kype water enters it. The Kype is the southern By: The Cander water forms part of the eastern. The principal antiquities in the parish are the Roman Road, (Plans xx1v-13 and 14 and xxx.4 and xxx1-1),

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Note - There is not any portion of the Parish of Stonehouse detached within any other Parish, nor is these any portion of any other Parishes contained within the bounds of this Parish.

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