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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
GRANTON COTTAGES Granton Cottage
Granton Cottage
Mr Hawkin's Queensberry Place
Mr Lawson Wardie Villa's
[situation] 36 chains N.W. by W [North West by West] from Trinity Grove
A number of neatly built bricK Cottages, from one to two stories high, on the Leith Newhaven & Granton Road. They are chiefly occupied by worKing people and respectable families. Proprietor, His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch & Queensberry
POLICE STATION [Granton] County Police Station Mr Hawkin's Queensberry Place
Mr Lawson Wardie Villas
Name over doorway
[situation] About 37 chains N.W. by W [North West by West] from Trinity Grove
A cottage used as a police station for the District of Cramond. Offenders are detained here for a few hours Only previous to being taKen to Edinburgh.

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Ph [Parish] of Cramond

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This Name Book refers to Edinburgh 1852 - Sheet 10
OS large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 - Scale: 1:1056

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