List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
EARNBANK Earnbank Hon. [Honourable] John Rollo, occupier.
Mr Brown Ph [Parish] Schoolmaster
110 [Situation] At the east Side of Bridge of Earn
A substantial, square 3 storey House, with Gardens. Small pleasure grounds & suitable office houses attached, situated on the south bank of river Earn (hence its name) at Bridge of Earn, the property of the Misses Paterson of Carpow, this Ho [House] was formally known as Earnquay which is no longer correct.
MANSE [Free Church-Bridge of Earn] Manse (Free Ch [Church]) Revd [Reverend] John H. Wells occupier
David B. Mitchell F.C. [Free Church] Schoolmaster
110 [Situation] In the S. [South] eastern end of Bridge of Earn
A comfortable, modern, two storey rectangular Ho. [House] with Vegetable garden &c. attached, near Br [Bridge] of Earn. built by the Free ch [church] Congregation for their officiating clergyman & family.
NEWROAD COTTAGE Newroad Cottage Rent receipt
Mr James Rutherford. Occupier.
110 [Situation] About 16 chains South of the Free Church
This name applies to a small Single storey Ho. [House] on Edinr [Edinburgh] new Road (hence its name) near Br [Bridge] of Earn Railway station. It is the property of Mr Grant Esqr of Kilgraston.

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