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Peat Christian & Mary (The Misses), berlin
wool repository, Queen -street
Philp William M.B., CM. surgeon, Rose-
bery house
Potter James, master mariner
Pringle Agnes (Miss), bookseller, stationer,
postmistress & sub-distributor of stamps,
High street
Scott David M. schoolmaster
Shand Alexander, grocer & spirit dealer,
High street
Sharp James, hair dresser, High street
Sim James, Burgh Arms hotel, High at
Slimmon Thomas, painter, High street
Summons Robert, school board officer
Bteadman William, blacksmith. Hope street
Stewart David, plumber, High street
Stott Janet (Miss), draper, High street
Strachan Thomas, baker, Town Hall st
Strang Matthew S. station master
Street; Brothers Limited, Cruicks terra-
cotta works & whinstone quarries ; T N
803; TA " Street, Inverkeithing "
Telford Nellie (Miss), draper, High street
Telford Robert, draper & outfitter, burgh
treasurer, inspector of poor & collector
of rates, High street
Thornton William, drill instructor
Walls James, shopkeeper, King street
Walls William, harbour master
Wardrop Robert N. registrar of birth3,
deaths & marriages
Watson Joseph, cycle agent, High street
Whyte Elizabeth* & Jane (The Mfisses),
bakers & grocers, High street
Allan David, Castland hill
Burns Alexander, Rosyth
Dickie Henry, Seafield
Gilford George, Balberatt
Hood John, Annfield & Barnthill
Keddie Alexander, North Duloch
Kellock William, Holton of Rosyth
Law James, Spencerfield & Boreland
McLennan James, North Queensferry
Mitchell Samuel, Blackmarsh
Robertson James, Orchardhead
Smith James T. Duloch
Stenhouse James S. Prathouse
Tulloch James, Mid Duloch & Dales
Watson William, Ferry burns
North Queensferry.
Anderson Peter, Carling cottages
Brunton Alexander, Battery house
Clark Mrs. Octagon tower
Elder Mrs. St. Margaret's
Fraser Mrs. Hope view
Lane Miss, Dean cottage
Marshall John LL.D. The Hope
Phillips William, Fernbank house
Reid Mrs. Hill house
Russell Mrs. Craigdhu
Sivright W. H. R. B. North cliff
Stocks David, Carling cottages
Wilson Rev. Alexander S., M.A. B.Sc.
United Free Church Manse
Bell James (Mrs.), refreshment rooms
Best John, quarry owner, Carlingnose
Brunton Alexander & Son, quarry masters.
Battery & St. Margaret's quarries
Bryce Alexander A. station master
Cuthill John M. schoolmaster
Hislop John, Roxburgh Arms hotel
Hutton Andrew, grocer & spirit dealer
Martin James, officer in charge of the
coastguard station
Penny Peter, refreshment rooms
Seton John, Albert hotel
Skinner John, grocer & spirit dealer
Young Fanny (Mrs.), draper & postmist
Binning George, blacksmith
Halfpenny John, grocer & postmaster
Hutton Andrew, metal dealer
Stocks John (Mrs.), grocer & spirit dealer
Teasdale Isabella (Mrs.), Masonic Arms P.H
Watson Thomas, cartwright
Wilson Adam, horse hirer
KELTY, see Beath.
KEMBACK. is a parish, extending 3£
miles from east to west, with a breadth
from lh to 2£ miles, in the small debt
court district of Cupar, and bounded on
the south and south-east by Ceres, east by
St Andrews, north by Dairsie and Leu-
chars and west by Cupar, and is watered
by the Eden and Cere3 rivulets. _ The
nearest railway station is at Dairsie, on
the North British line, about 2 miles dis-
tant. There are flax spinning mills in this
parish. William Lowery, of Blebo, and
Captain Macgill are the principal land-
owners. The area comprises 2,586 acres;
rateable value, £4,566; the population in
1891 was 794, and in 1901, 412.
Blebo Craigs is a hamlet in the parish of
Kemback, 2 mile6 from Dairsie station.
Pitscottie is a hamlet partly in the parish
of Kemback, and partly in that of Ceres.
The nearest railway station is at Dairsie,
2£ miles distant.
Sub-Post Office. Pitscottie ; Thomaa Pryde,
sub-postmaster. Letters through Cupar.
Delivery, 9.45 a.m. ; dispatch, 3.5 p.m.
The nearest money order & telegraph
office is at Ceres, 2 miles distant
Wall Box, Dura Den, cleared 2 p.m. daily
Chairman, William Low, of Blebo
Clerk, James Cowper Scott
Inspector of Poor, Collector of Rates &
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages,
James Cowper Scott
Sessions & Heritors' Clerk, Rev. John
Henry M.A
Established Church, Rev. John Henry M.A
School Board, Rev. John Henry M.A. clerk
Board School, David Duke, master
Anderson Robert, Dura
Bruce James, Kinnaird house
Fettes Joseph, Grove house, Dura Den
Henry Rev.John M.A. (Established Church)
Lamont Alex. Rock Mount, Pitscottie
Lees David J.P., C.C. Pitscottie
Low Malcolm, Clatto house
Low William J.P. Blebo
Paul George Brodie, Kemback house
Robertson The Misses, Rumgally
Balsillie Andrew, spirit dealer, Pitscottie
Barclay Rbt. builder & mason, Blebo hole
Blebo Spinning Co. flax & tow spinners
Doig George, tailor, Blebo craigs
Duff Wiliam, spirit dealer, Pitscottie
Ednie Mary (Miss), grocer, Blebo craigs
Gilchrist William, saw mill proprietor
Johnston Archibald, blacksmith, Pitscottie
Kirk George, joiner, Pitscottie
Laing Margaret Buttercase (Mrs.), Cralg-
hill tavern, Blabo craigs
Pryde Thomas, grocer & sub-postmaster,
Scott W. & J. saw mill owners & coal
merchants, Dura Den
Scott James Cowper, clerk to parish coun-
cil, inspector of poor, collector of rates
& registrar of births, deaths & marriages,
Dura Den
Scott Peter, grocer, Dura Den
Thompson John, grocer, Blebo craig3
Urquhart David, confectioner, Pitscottie
Walker Andrew.boot & shoe ma. Blebo craigs
Wallace Euphemia (Miss), dress maker,
Blebo craigs
Watson James, market gardnr.Blebo craigs
Berwick Mrs. John, Milton
Bruce John, G-reenside of Blebo
Dowie Mrs. Isabella, Blebo craigs
Liddle David, Newbigging of Blebo
Low David, Flisk
Miller James, Kinnaird
Milne James, Dura Mains
Ness Alexander, Wester Dura
Rintoul William, Blebo Mains
Robertson Misses Jessie & Annie, Rum gaily
KENNOWAY is a parish and village,
the latter 4 miles east from Markinch and
3 north-west from Leven ; the nearest rail-
way station is at Cameron Bridge, 1£ miles
distant on the Thornton junction, An-
struther and St. Andrews section, of the
North British line. The parish, which is
in the small debt court district of Leven,
and extends 3 miles from north to south
by 2 to 2£ broad, is bounded north by
Kettle, east by Scoonie and south and west
by Markinch. The inhabitants are nearly
all employed in agriculture. The area
comprises 3,943 acres ; rateable value,
£9,155; the population in 1891, 1,458, and
in 1901, 15,505; the village had 805 persons
in 1891, and 870, 1901.
About 2 miles north-west from Kenno-
way, and 1J from Markinch, is the village
of Star, in the former parish. It has a
public school and post office. Population in
1901, 234. The nearest railway station is
Post, T. & M. O. O. & S. B. ; Alexander
H. Rintoul, postmaster. Deliveries (from
Windygates R.S.O.). 9.20 a.m. & 7.15
p.m.; dispatches, '5.15 & 7.15 a.m. &
3.15 p.m
Post Office, Star ; Andrew Aitken, post-
master. Letters through Markinch,
the nearest money order & telegraph
office, 2 miles distant. Postal Orders
are issued and paid here
Chairman. John Hill
Clerk, Alex. H. Rintoul
Inspector of Poor & collector of rates,
Alex. H. Rintoul
Police Station, James Adams, officer
Curling Club, Halkerston Normand, seo
Registrar of Births, Deaths & Marriages
& Session & Heritors' Clerk, James H.
Established Church, Rev. Jas. S. Simpson
United Free Church, Rev. George Campbell
United Free, Rev. James Campbell Boyd
Board Schools:"—
Kennoway, James Blair, master
Star, Willia-in M'Lachlan, master
Bower Alexander, Kenmont
Boyd Rev. James Campbell M.A. (U. F)
Campbell Rev. George (U. F)
Cook Charles, Kingsdale house
Forrester James rl
Gibson James, Cockburn house
Hutchison Thomas
Simpson Rev. Jas. S. (Established Church)
Stewart Mrs. Nottingham villa
Suttie Robert, Alma cottage
Bernard William, grocer & spirit dealer
Birrell Thomas, china dealer
Braid Thomas, joiner & wheelwright
Brown William, boot maker
Buchanan John, butcher
Cook Thomas & Co. drapers
Curling Club (Halkerston Normand, sec)
Dallas James, boot maker
Davidson James Fairbairn, butcher
Forrester James H. registrar of births,
deaths & marriages & session & heritors'
Gas Works (George Dingwall, manager)
Hutchison Thomas, land surveyor
Kay James, grocer & spirit dealer
Keith Robert, blacksmith
Mackie Alexander, blacksmith
Melville George, boot maker
Methven John, saddler
Mitchell Ann (Mrs.), refreshment rooms
Mitchell Isabella (Mrs.), spirit dlr. (Swan)
Normand Halkerston, maltster & seedsman
Rae William, spirit dealer
Rintoul Alexander H. grocer & clerk to
Parish Council, inspctr. of poor &Post off
Ross William, grocer & spirit dealer
Simpson William, painter
Smith Alexander, draper
Surenne Mrs. householder
Tullis William, baker & confectioner
Waddell Robert, builder & mason, Bonny-
Watt Alexander R. boot maker & draper
Williamson Jn. & Son, plasterers & slaters
Williamson Alexander, plasterer & slater
Wilson Mrs. householder
Wishart Robert, grocer
Bell George, Lalathan
Cuthbert Mrs. Mary, King's mill
Duncan William, Bankfoot
Fyshe James, Treaton
Grieve John, Bargiebank & Loanhead
Henderson Adam L. Newton of Kingsdale
Hill John, Langside
Hodge Andrew, Drummaird
Hov David, Gallowhill
Mackie William, Burnside, Star
Robertson John, Star
Stenhouse William, Devoncommon
Aitken Andrew, postmaster
Cook Alexander, spirit dealer
Gilmour Alexander, grocer & general dlr
Henderson Cath. (Miss), grocer & gen. dlr
Philp Marv (Mrs.), grocer & general dealer
Russell El'izh. (Miss), grocer & general dlr
KETTLE is a parish, including the vil-
lage of Kingskettle, which is situated 4
miles east from Falkland and 17 south
from Dundee, with a station, called Kings-
kettle, on the main line of the North
British railway. The parish extends about
9 miles east to west by 3 broad; is in
the small debt court district of Cupar,

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