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FREE CHURCH [Bridge of Earn] Free church Mr. Brown Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
Revd. [Reverend] James. H. Wells F.C. [Free Church] Minister
110 [Situation] In the S. [South] eastern portion of Bridge of Earn Village.
A square stone building in the Bridge of Earn, opened in 1845 contains about 400 settings & has a fluctuating Congregation of about 240 Communicants.
SCHOOL [Free Church-Bridge of Earn] Free Ch. [Church] school House Mr. Brown Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
Revd. [Reverend] James H. Wills F. C. [Free Church Minister
110 [Situation] Adjoining the Free Church.
Part of the above building, (entire in itself however, only from outward appearance one building) Kept up partly by Government aid & partly by local Contributions.
Average No. of Pupils about 95.
BRIDGE OF EARN Bridge of Earn Mr. Brown Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
Val. [Valuation] Roll
110 [Situation] In the centre portion of the parish.
A considerable Village, containing a Ch. [Church] Free Ch. [Church] Ph.[Parish] School & Free Ch [Church] school, an Hotel Several shops & many Substantial houses it is beautifully situated on the bank of the river Earn & is much frequented in summer by visitors to Pitcaithly wells etc The population in 1851 was 349, there is a very fine bridge built over the Earn at this place from which the Village probably at first took its name.

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