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BRIDGE-END Bridge-end Bridge End Bridgend Bridge end George Watson W. Thompson Knox's Co.[County] Map Post Office Directory 1850 Stat.[Statistical]Acct.[Accounts] 1845 006 A small village or hamlet consisting of a few thatched cottages generally one storey high The population consists of about 10 families
CHAPEL (Remains of) [Bridge-end] Chapel (Remains of) W. Kerr Dr.[Doctor] Begg Revd.[Reverend] J. Stewart 006 A small old house which is at present tenanted by a labourer This house is pointed as being the remains of an old chapel which was built by James V. In the Stat.[Statistical] Acct.[Account] of the Co.[County] of Edinburgh is the following notice " There is also at Bridge-end a Chapel built by James V. near a place which he used as a hunting Lodge but it is also now turned into a stable."

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