List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FREE CHURCH [Skirling] Free Church
Free Church
Free Church
Mr George Ramsay Par. [Parish] School
Robert Noble Loanhead
Adam Proudfoot Skirling
011 [Situation] N.W. [North West] side of the Village of Skirling

A neat Church at the NW [North West] side of the Village of Skirling, It was erected in the year 1843 and is surrounded by a Belfry & cross. The average attendance is about 200; 175 of whom are Communicants; the Revd. [Reverend] Iaac [Isaac] Barrett is the Minister.
MANSE [F.C.-Skirling] Manse (Free church)
Manse (Free church)
Manse (Free church)
Mr George Ramsay
Mr Adam Proudfoot
Mr Robert Noble
011 [Situation] Adjoining the Free Church

A neat manse with Garden & Grounds attached Situated a short distance north of the Free church. It was erected in 1844 and is the Residence of the Revd. [Reverend] Isaac Barrett, whose Salary is the Usual dividend of the Sustentation Fund, in addition to a Grant from Sir W.G. Carmichael the proprietor, who Kindly allows the grant originally given by the Founder, Sir Thomas G Carmichael deceased.

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[Note] --Manse only to be written on plan
as it is situated near the church
to which it belongs.

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