List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HUME [parish] Hume (Ph) [Parish] Continued 027.03 ;
027.04 ;
027.06 ;
027.07 ;
027.08 ;
027.10 ;
027.11 & 027.12
[Continued from Page1} Westruther. The Patronage of the church of Home, which was dedicated to St. Nicholas, belonged to the Earls of Dunbar, who were of old lords of the Manor of Home. The monks, soon after, obtained
a Confirmation by the Diocesan, Bishop Robert, who died, in 1159, of
the church of Home, with the whole parish, the Village and also a
part of Gordon. The Monks having obtained, by exchange, the
patronage of the Chapel of Gordon and a large part of Westruther,
to be erected into a separate parish - by Bishop Richard, who, on that occasion, gave the people of that part of Gordon which belonged to Adam Gordon, liberty to take the Sacrament and to bury their dead, either at the church of the new parish, or at the Mother church at Home - as long as it should please
the Monks of Kelso. By this measure, the old parish of
Home was nearly reduced to its present limits. The mother church [Continued on Page 3}

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Parish of Hume
[Signed] W. Beatty

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