List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CROMWELL'S STONE Cromwell's [Wit scored out] Stone
John Johnstone
John Inglis
Whistle Gate
010 About 25 chains W of Harburn A large round stone on the East side of Dog Bush Knowe ['from' inserted with caret] where it is tradition[-]ally handed ['down' inserted] Cromwell used to reconnoitre the surrounding country
Site of CHAPEL [Chapelton] Chapel
(site of)
Wm. Walker
Mr. Bauchope
010 At Chapelton Farm House The site of a Chapel [underlined] which once stood on the lands of Chapelton, and gave rise to the name, nothing remain[s scored out] to point out [spot scored out] its site but Mr Walker an old man showed me some stones which he raised in and about the place marked on plan, It was an appendage of Coldingham Monastery, and was destroyed in the reign of Charles I

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Across the first three columns below Chapel (site of) a second hand has written:
'"Previous to the year 1646 West Calder was a part of the parish of Mid Calder and had a chapel belonging to it at a place three fourths of a mile from the village of West Calder. This place is still called Chapelton; and the proprietor has in his possession a large hollow stone which seems to have been the font of the chapel" Stat. Acct. of Co. of Edinburgh 1845 Page 308'

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