List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE [Lasswade] Rev [Reverend] Mr McKenzie Lasswade
Mr Smith Mercht [Merchant] Lasswade
007 A handsome dwelling house with ornamental ground and a fruit and kitchen garden attached stands immediately east of the Parish Church.
CHURCH (Ph) Church (Ph) Rev [Reverend] Mr McKenzie Lasswade
Mr Smith Mercht [Merchant] Lasswade
A large and commodious stone building, of modern construction erected by the Heritors, containing about 600 sittings.
CHURCH (ruins of) Church (Ruins of) Immediately S.E. [South East] of the Church stands the ruins of the Old Parish Church, the tower of which is still entire and in good preservation.* The bell in the old tower is still used for summoning the parishioners to worship - the remainder of the old Church is now converted into burying vaults. - The officiating Minister is the Rev [Reverend] Mr McKenzie.
* The ruins of the old Church stand in the centre of the Grave Yard which is still used as a burying place.

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90[page] J McDiarmid C.A. [Civil Assistant]
Plan 7C Trace 6 Lasswade

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