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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Reformed Presbyterian Church
Reformed Presbyterian Church
Reformed Presbyterian Church
Cameronian chapel
Cameronian chapel - Meeting House or Reformed Presbyterian
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Gray Minister
Mr. Yule - Horse market
Mr. Craig - Baillie
plan of Kelso 1832
Hay's Hist. [History] of Kelso 1825
009.04 A Church on the South side of East Bowmont St., and behind U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church. Erected in the year [--]. Seats for about 350 persons.
ROSE LANE Rose Lane
Rose Lane
Rose Lane
Name board
Mr. Broomfield
Mr. Craig
009.04; 010.01 A lane extending from the east end of Horse Market to Shedden Park Road. Named from Rose Cottage
ROSE COTTAGE Rose Cottage
Rose Cottage
Rose Cottage
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Jarvis
Mr. Broomfield
Mr. Craig
010.01 An old house and garden, once a respectable looking place but now the house is rickety and the garden a Wilderness, owing either to a law suit or the peculiar ideas of the female occupant. The heap of stones on the Eastside of the garden is from some old buildings pulled down to widen shedden park Road, and remains an unsightly object in Common with the house & Garden.

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[Page] 44
Town of Kelso Sheet No.5 -- 3
[Signed] Edward Waddington

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