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Plot 253:   Kilnburn Field  -  whole field

AreaLot NumberSizeDescriptionNotesPropertiesPlot ID
Kilnburn Fieldwhole fieldCupar Rd, Kilnburn, Blyth St, Scott St253
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Sub-plots created from this plot :   

Plot IDAreaLot NumberSizeDescriptionNotesProperties
235Kilnburn Field54.69 polesN of Wester Bogie Place, S of Prinlaws PlaceSt Thomas' Manse
245Kilnburn Field65.5 polW of turnpike(St Thomas Church)St Thomas' Church
259Kilnburn Field1.993 acreson W side of Kilnburn PlaceKilnburn, odd numbers
262Kilnburn Field130.5 polS of Wester Bogie PlaceBowling Club
321Kilnburn Field52.67 polin SE [actually NE] corner of field(Brown, Stewart)10 Cupar Road


Sasine Abridgements (in reverse order):

RefIn BriefAbridgementRegisteredPlot IDs
1876.00855Tayfield to Trs Newport Church (St Thomas')Feu con & disp by William Berry, Tayfield to Trs for lately erected quoad sacra Parish Church & Congregation of Newport, formerly called St Thomas' now Newport Church of 54.69 pol grnd, : S by proposed Wester Bogie Place, : N by Prinlaws Place, pt of Kilnburn Field18 Sep 1876235, 253
1874.03235Tayfield to James BrownFeu con & disp by Berry, Tayfield to James Brown, builder, of 1.993 acres of ground bounded S by the turnpike to Cupar, bounded on E by Kilnburn Place, part of Kilnburn Field12 May 1874253, 259
1870.00259Tayfield to James BrownFeu ch by John Berry, Tayfield to James Brown builder Newport of 52.67 pol grnd, : E & S by t/p Cupar - Newport being pt & in SE corner of field called Kilnburn field E of Tayfield Mansion House Park30 Apr 1870253, 321
1870.00079Tayfield to Trs Congregation of Chapel of Ease, St Thomas of the SeamylnesFeu ch by John Berry, Tayfield to Trs Congregation of Chapel of Ease to be erected at the village of Newport to be called 'The Church or Chapel of St Thomas of the Seamylnes' in connection with the Established Church of Scotland of 65.5 pol grnd as a site for said chapel, : N by porposed street to be called Prinlaws Place, : S by proposed street to be called Wester Bogie Place, : E t/p Newport - Cupar, being part of field immediately E of Tayfield Mansion House Park or Policies and in NE corner [sic, should be NW corner] of said field2 Feb 1870245, 253

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Abbreviations in the notes
t/on - thereon;   t/p - turnpike;   dw - dwelling;   ho - house;   pt - part;   pce - piece;   grnd - ground;   bldg - building;   Tr/Trs - Trustee/Trustees;   ... - words omitted;   pol - poles;   yd - square yards;   : - bounded


Names in Sasines:

1876.00855Berry, Tayfield
1874.03235Berry, Tayfield
1870.00259Berry, Tayfield
1870.00079Berry, Tayfield
1874.03235Brown, James
1870.00259Brown, James
1876.00855Newport Church
1870.00079St Thomas Church


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