List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH St Michael's Church
St Michael's Church
St Michael's Church
Revd. [Reverend] Dr Bell Incumbent
Mr R. Glen Town Clerk
Mr Henderson W.S. [Writer to the Signet]
[Situation] On N [North] side of the Town near the N. [North] end of Kirkgate & Close on SE [South East] side of "The Palace"
This Ancient Structure stands on. an eminence close to the Palace and a little W [West] of the and little N. [North] of the fortified Gateway. It is Considered One of the Most beautiful and entire specimens of Gothic Architecture in Scotland, It is of great Antiquity And the precise date of its erection is not Known with any Kind of certainty - its erection has been Ascribed to David I - It is about 184 feet long and 70 wide exclusive of the N [North] & S. [South] transepts The body Consists of Nave, Side Aisles, transepts and Chancel, An entrance porch and a wing that
ST. CATHERINE'S AISLE St. Katherine's Aisle
St. Katherine's Aisle
St. Katherine's Aisle
Katherine's Aisle
St. Catherine's Aisle
St. Catherine's Aisle
Revd. [Reverend] Dr Bell
Mr R. Glen Town Clerk
Mr Henderson Writer to the Signet
Scot's Marmion
Old Stat. [Statistical] Acct [Account] vol. [volume] 14 p. [page] 571
Fullarton's Gazetteer

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Town of Linlithgow -- 5 feet Sheet 1 Trace 4

St Michael's Church - 12th Century supposed
St Katherine's Aisle - James IV warned here by an apparition prior to the Battle of Flodden

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