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Peddieston House
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Peddieston House

Peddieston House, photographed in Septmber 2013. This building, now a private residence, was formerly Peddieston School. Both it and Cromarty School were built in 1875/6. Cromarty was designed for 300 pupils and Peddieston for 120.
Picture added on 28 December 2013 at 22:04
Comments:
Hello,

I am curious, could this building also have served as a church in Peddieston in the early 1700's ? (Or has there ever been a church in Peddieston in this time frame?)

Thank you!
Added by A Ross on 12 November 2015
Hi, I went to Peddieston during the 60's for all my primary schooling. I found the following from an extract of the Ordinary Gazeteer of Scotland:
In 1875-76 two new board schools were built at a cost of £6000 in the town and at Peddieston, 4¼ miles to the SW. With respective accommodation for 300 and 120 children.
Added by Doline Kilgour on 09 January 2016
Hello and Happy New Year Doline!

Thank you for your feedback, very much appreciated!
Added by Alain Ross on 10 January 2016
Billy and Colin Thomson also went to Peddieston School when they moved to the area in 1964-5??
Added by Rona Thomson on 13 January 2016
I had all my primarily schooling at Peddieston.1959-67. Couldn't have wished gor a better education
Added by Christine Morris (nee Mchendry ) on 13 June 2017
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