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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PARSONAGE HOUSE Parsonage House Thomas Kemp Esq High Street Musselburgh
William Bourhill 7 Bridge Street
A good sized house and out-houses with a vegetable Garden attached, the property of Thomas Kemp Esq, how it got the name I could not learn, except at one time it was the property of the Episcopelian Minister here
EAST PORT East Port Thomas Kemp Esq High Street Musselburgh
William Bourhill 7 Bridge Street
Tow large Stone pillars (lime & stone) Situated at the East end of High Street Musselburgh, formerly a Gate hung between these Pillars, which was opened and Shut at certain hours, It appears there was no gate on the West end of the Town or of that part of the Town being called the West Port,

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List of Names collected by
Sheet 9 Trace 1

Parish - InveresK

Object
Parsonage House - House
East Port - Two Pillars

[signed] John Bray C A. [Civilian Assistant] May 12th 1852

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This Name Book refers to Musselburgh 1853 - Sheet 09
OS large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 - Scale: 1:1056

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