List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ROSEBERRY Roseberry William Inglis Roseberry
Mr Ferme Farmer, Braidwood
019 A neat and well constructed house Surrounded by a Small and well wooded demesne. Situated about one mile S [South] West of the Village of Temple. It was formerly Called ClarKington but since it became the property of the Earl of Roseberry It has been called its present name It is let to Mr William Inglis. Farmer, though part of the House is Kept by the Earl of Roseberry as a Summer residence for any of his family who choose to go there
GRAVE YARD [Clerkington Church] Clarkington Burial Ground William Inglis Roseberry
Mr Ferme Farmer, Braidwood
019 An old burial ground a few perches North of Roseberry House having an old ruin (supposed to have been at one time a place of worship) in the centre. There can be little or no information collected respecting it. There has been no persons interred here these Thirty or Forty years past

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Names collected by John Early C Asst. [Civilian Assistant]
Plan 19 A Trace 5

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