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Chalmers Memorial Church, Port Seton

Identifier: CH4 · Date: 1985-1991 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Pastoral newsletters and information booklets relating to the above church, dated 1985 and 1991. The newsletters contain the name of the minister and others holding office within the church.

Sale Of The York Building Company Property In Scotland

Identifier: EL188 · Date: 1796 · Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Multiple typescript volumes relating to the sales of property in Scotland, much of it in Port Seton. Volumes detail the case of York Buildings and also give property details, rentals and names of l...

Quern

Identifier: 2002.164 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Fragment of rotary quern top. Approximately one quarter of circular rotary quern. From later prehistoric enclosure.

Brooch

Identifier: 2007.13 · Date: 13th to 14th C · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Round medieval lead alloy brooch with twisted design and simple pin

Pot

Identifier: 2002.215 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Roman rim sherd. Orange-red colour with abundant gritty inclusions

Pot

Identifier: 2002.216 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Iron Age rim sherd. Black/red-brown/grey colour. Heavy. Coarsely made.

Spindle Whorl

Identifier: 2002.205 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Grainy pink stone spindle whorl. Slightly damaged in antiquity. Circular, centre is pierced by an "eye" shaped hole.

Pot

Identifier: 2002.213 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Iron Age wall sherd. Brown/red/grey colour. Heavy. Very coarsly made with abundant gritty inclusions. From a vessel of substantial size judging by the angle of curvature and thickness of wall.

Whetstone

Identifier: 2002.207 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Half a stone hone. Pink/violet/grey pebble with crack along its width. One face smoothed and flattened through use.

Pot

Identifier: 2002.212 · Author: East Lothian Council Museums Service

Iron Age wall sherd. Brown/red/grey colour. Heavy. Very coarsly made with abundant white gritty inclusions