List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HOWISON'S INN [Coupar Angus] Howison's Arm's Inn
Howison's Inn
Mr Howison, occupier
William Gellatley, Coupar Angus
064 A commodious & substantially built dwelling situated the S. [South] side of the Village of Coupar Angus & licensed as an Inn, for the accommodation of travellers. It is the property of the Scott. N. E. Raily Co. [Scottish North Eastern Railway Company] & situated in Queen Street.
QUEEN STREET [Coupar Angus] Queen Street Mr Howison
William Gellatley
064 A small street of houses in Coupar Angus commencing at the S. [South] entrance to the village & extending in a N. [North] direction to its centre.
THE STEEPLE [Coupar Angus] The Steeple Dr. [Doctor] Lawe, Coupar Angus
William Gellatley
Fullarton's Gazetteer of Scotland
064 A small building about 30 links square standing the W. [West] side of Queen Street Coupar Angus & erected by the subscription of the Inhabitants. It is about 50 feet high & contains a bell & also a Town Clock for the use of the Inhabitants. It was built in 1767. The Lower part of it was employed as a temporary place of confinement for prisoners before the town possessed a station house. it stands on the site of the old prison of Coupar Angus.

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