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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CHURCH [Bridge of Earn] Church Revd [Reverend] Mr KirKwood
Mr Brown P. [Parish] schoolmaster
110 [Situation] Near the N W. [North West] end of the Bridge of Earn village
This is a lofty rectangular building at the Br [Bridge] of Earn, & was removed to its present site in 1689. The present building has 650 sittings and an average no. of communicants of 220. This building is the parish ch. [church] of Dunbarney.
MANSE [parish-Bridge of Earn] Manse Revd [Reverend] Mr KirKwood
Mr Brown P. [Parish] schoolmaster
110 [Situation] Near the N W. [North West] end of the Bridge of Earn village
This building which stands a little north of the above is a comfortable two story ho.[house] with Suitable Stables &c. attached. It has also a fruit orchard & V. [Vegetable] Garden & was considerably enlarged by a late minister of the Ph. [Parish].
SCHOOL [parish-Bridge of Earn] School Revd [Reverend] Mr KirKwood
Mr Brown P. [Parish] schoolmaster
110 [Situation] Near the N W. [North West] end of the Bridge of Earn village
A small square building in Br [Bridge] of Earn with Schoolmasters House & Garden etc adjoining average No. of Pupils 100 who are taught elementary branches including the classics. This is the parochial school of Dunbarney.

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