Essential website maintenance

On Tuesday 11 June, a small number of our websites started experiencing some infrastructure-related issues. We are working to restore the functionality affected by these issues and anticipate this will be resolved by next week.

OS1/34/38/49

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CUNZIE NEUK Cunzie Neuk
Cunzie Neuk
Cunzie Neuk
Mr R. Glen
J. Hardy Esq.
Mr Henderson
[Situation] S.W. [South West] corner of "The Cross" & S.E. [South East] angle of the old "Cunzie House" or "Mint"
The name applies to the S.W. [South West] Corner of the "Cross" joining High Street, where it is said the Old Mint stood where James 4 minted Some Coin, nothing further is Known Concerning it. - It is a well known name

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 49
Town of Linlithgow -- 5 feet Sheet 1 Trace 4

Signed
James Carpenter C. Asst [Civilian Assistant]
12th May 1856
Alexander de Courcy Scott Lt [Lieutenant] R.E. [Royal Engineers]
& Capn [Captain] Kerr R.E. [Royal Engineers]
12 May 1856

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

louisetherapist

  Location information for this page.

  There are no linked mapsheets.