List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE [West Calder] Manse Rev [Reverend] Mr Learmont, West Cald [Calder]
Mr Mungle, West Calder
010 A neat built house erected in A.D. 1837, two stories [storeys] high and in excellent repair, attached are suitable offices garden and glebe which contains about 20 acres of land. It is occupied by the Revd [Reverend] Thomas Learmonth
PARISH SCHOOL [West Calder] School Mr Mungle, West Calder
Rev [Reverend] Mr Learmont, West Calder
010 A plain substantial stone building, two stories [storeys] in height and in good repair, in the village of West Calder. The ground story [storey] is occupied as the parochial school, the second flat is occupied by Mr Walker the school-master. The number of children attending this school is about 80 they are instructed in all the common branches of education.

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List of Names collected by c/a [Civilian Assistant] Robert Miller
[Plan] 10 C [Trace] No. 1
[Object for Manse] manse (parochial)
[Object for School] School (parochial)
[Parish] W. [West] Calder
[Signed] Robert [Miller ?]

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Some words are partly lost in the tight binding of right margin. Note discrepancy in spelling name of the Minister. "Learmont" or "Learmonth".

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