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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN MANSE [Kilbarchan] U. P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
U. P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
U. P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
Revd [Reverend] George Allison. Occupier
Revd [Reverend] Robert Graham "Manse"
Matthew Houston. Insp. [Inspector] Kilbn [Kilbarchan]
011.07 An excellent dwelling with ornamental ground attached. The residence of the Officiating Minister of the United Presbyterian Church.
MEADSIDE Meadside
Meadside
Meadside
Matthew Sinclair. Occupier
Matthew Houston. Insp [Inspector] Kilbn [Kilbarchan]
James Hall. "Kilbarchan".
011.07 A neat dwelling house with Ornamental ground &c attached. The property of Captain James Stirling, R.N. [Royal Navy] "Glentyan"
UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Kilbarchan] U. P. [United Presbyterian] Church
U. P. [United Presbyterian] Church
U. P. [United Presbyterian] Church
Revd [Reverend] George Allison U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse
Revd [Reverend] Robert Graham "Manse"
Matthew Houston. Insp. [Inspector] Kilbn [Kilbarchan]
011.07 A plain Stone Edifice in Kilbarchan village. Capable of containg 600 of a Congregation. There is a Burial Ground attached, inclosed by a wall.
NEW STREET [Kilbarchan] New Street
New Street
New Street
Matthew Houston. Insp. [Inspector] Kilbn [Kilbarchan]
James Caldwell Kilbn [Kilbarchan]
Matthew Wilson, "Forehouse"
011.07 In Kilbarchan village, extending from "The Cross" in an North-easterly direction 11 chains.

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County of Renfrew -- Parish of Kilbarchan

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