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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE [Lilliesleaf] Manse (Ph) [Parish]
Manse (Ph) [Parish]
Manse (Ph) [Parish]
Revd. [Reverend] A. Gourlay Minister of the Ph [Parish]
Mr. John Robson Lilliesleaf
Mr. Robert Scott Lilliesleaf
013.12 A good plain building, partly erected in 1821, having good Offices, a neat Garden, & contiguous; the residence of the Ph. [Parish] Minister, and the property of Heirtors of Lilliesleaf
RIDDELL MILL (Corn) Riddell Mill (Corn)
Riddell Mill (Corn)
Riddell Mill (Corn)
Estate Map
Mark Sprott Esq. of Riddell
Thomas Grieve. GameKeeper
013.12 A corn and flour mill propelled by Water; the property of Mark Sprott Esq of Riddell.
ROUND KNOWE Round Knowe
Round Knowe
Round Knowe
Revd [Reverend] Mr Gourlay Ph [Parish] Minister
Thomas Turnbull. Postmaster
John Stewart Esq. Stots Field
014.09 A Small Hill Planted with mixed wood, Situated North of the Ph. [Parish] manse
PEEL (Site of) Peel (Site of)
Peel (Site of)
Peel (Site of)
Revd [Reverend] Mr Gourlay Ph [Parish] Minister Thomas Turnbull. Postmaster
John Stewart Esq. Stots Field
The site of the Old Peel Situated about a yard South West of the Chapel farm Steading, no remains now exists the stone &c having removed for Building purposes wand the Site being ploughed

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Lilliesleaf Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 13.12 Traces 3 & 5
[Signed] Thomas Cosgrove Corp R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]

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