List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MANSE Manse (Ph.) [Parish] Revd [Reverend] Mr. Smith
Mr. Liddle Teacher Ecclesmachan
006 [situation] East side of the village of Ecclesmachan.
A comfortable dwelling house two Storeys high in good repair and Slated, with some offices a good garden and glebe attached, and Situated Contiguous to the Ph. [Parish] Church - it is the legal residence of the Ph. [Parish] Minister
Bullion Well
Bullion Well
Bullion Well
Mr. Liddle Teacher
Mr. Marshall Carpenter Ecclesmachan
Fullarton's Gazeteer
New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account]
006 [situation] About 12 chains ENE [East North East] of the parish church of Ecclesmachan.
A mineral Spring at the southern base of Tar Hill and immediately east of the Village of Ecclesmachan Invalids residing in its Vicinity resort to it for its medicinal properties -

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Ecclesmachan Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 6 -- Plan 10 -- Trace 1

"Near the manse is a mineral spring called the Bullion Well having the same properties as the mineral springs of Moffat" Fullarton's Gazeteer

"From the trap rocks of the Tar Hill issues a spring weakly impregnated with Sulphuretted hydrogen. It is called the Bullion Well and tho formerly visitted by invalids is now neglected". - New Stat Acct. [Statistical Account] of Co. [County] Linlithgow page 110.

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