List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLE (Remains of) [Lochend] Lochend
Mr. Handyside occupier
Map of Edinbro [Edinburgh] & Leith
[Situation] On the East side of Lochend Loch
A farm house two stories high in good repair having suitable offices and farm containing 160 acres, Scotch measure, attached, it is occupied by Mr. Handyside Farmer and is the Property of Lord Murray.
CASTLE (Remains of) [Lochend] Castle (Remains of) Mr. Handyside [Situation] On the East side of Lochend Loch
Adjoining the western end of the house is a part of the remains of and old Castle which was formerly the Baronial residence of Logan, Laird of Restalrig. The part of the Castle now Standing was in ruin till the present occupier put it in repair by roofing it for his own accomodation and Convenience. The Farm house for the most part is built on the site of the old Castle.

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Parish of South Leith

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This Name Book refers to Edinburgh 1852 - Sheet 26
OS large scale Scottish town plans, 1847-1895 - Scale: 1:1:1056

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