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Sheet 6.5 Parish of Norham

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Presbyterian Chapel English Presbyterian Church Revd Wm Haig On Sheet A two storey building, seated for
Revd Jas Anderson 6.5 about three hundred persons, situate
English Presbyterian Church James Hay, Teacher on the south side of the Village, and
the property of the trustees of the
English Presbyterian Congregation.
Revd Wm Haig, Officiating Minister.
Bow Well Bow Well Revd W C King, Vicar On Sheet This name applies to a Spring (Well)
(Covered) (Covered) Mr Alexr Davison 6.5 of excellent water, which has been was
Bow Well Mr Mark Young covered over a few years ago, and the
(Covered) Award 1762 water connected through pipes under
ground to a tap or fountain erected
a short distance off it on the south
side of the sheet – in Norham Village.
UP Chapel UP Church Revd Jas Anderson On Sheet A one storey house – thatched- wherein
UP Church Revd Wm Haig 6.5 the United Presbyterian Congregation assemble
Mr Mark Young for devine worship – Revd Jas Anderson
Officiating Minister. Proprietor W Robertson
Esqr of Ladykirk House.
John Callanan
2nd Corporal Royal Engineers

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