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Edinburgh, Rose Street, General

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Site Name Edinburgh, Rose Street, General

Classification General View

Canmore ID 127883

Site Number NT27SE 2480

NGR NT 2524 7392

Datum OSGB36 - NGR

Permalink http://canmore.org.uk/site/127883

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Administrative Areas

  • Council Edinburgh, City Of
  • Parish Edinburgh (Edinburgh, City Of)
  • Former Region Lothian
  • Former District City Of Edinburgh
  • Former County Midlothian

Architecture Notes

NMRS REFERENCE:

Depicted on the coloured 1st edition of the Ordnance Survey 1:1056 scale map (Edinburgh and its Environs, 1854, sheets 28 and 29)

(Held in NMRS)

Edinburgh, 88-98 Rose Street which was Category C Listed was demolished in July 1964. Information from Demolitions catalogue held in RCAHMS Library.

NMRS REFERENCE:

RB 27/196

'New Picture of Edinburgh' by William Hunter (pub)

1806

Episcopal chapel (unillustrated) opened by Bishop D. Sanford, West end of Princes Street.

(Held in NMRS Print Room)

REFERENCE:

Sources: Dean of Guild Bundle 1808 January-May 12.5.1808

Pet. Gordon Murray, mason

Rose St

"...purchased a small property in Rose St built by the late James Wilkie mason, behind

the high land in Castle St presently possessed by Mr Kerr."

Plan and elevation encl

Sources: Dean of Guild Bundle 1810 January-July 19.4.1810

Pet. Edmond? Butterworth, writing master

Charlotte Sq. East side between George & Rose St

Plan and elevation. Oversigned Thos. Bonnar.

Sources: Dean of Guild Bundle 1810 July-December 19.7.1810

Pet. Mrs Easton, widow of James Easton, builder

15 Rose Street

Minor alterations - storm window

Elevations encl

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