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Captain Rodney R.N. [Royal Navy] Blanerne
Mr Dalgleish West Blanerne
County Map
017.10 A large and commodious mansion of modern construction pleasantly situated in the north side of the Whiteadder It is surrounded by a small lawn thickly planted with large forest trees. There are some offices and a good garden attached. It is the property of the Revd [Reverend] Edward S. Lumsdaine and tenanted by Captain Rodney R.N. [Royal Navy]
BLANERNE CASTLE (Remains of) Blanerne Castle (remains of)
Blanerne Castle (remains of)
Blanerne Castle (Remains of)
Mr Edgely Chirnside
Dr Henderson Chirnside
New Stat. [Statistical] Account of Berwickshire
017.10 In the immediate vicinity of Blanerne house are the remains of an ancient castilated edifice said to have been the baronial residence of the Lumsdaine family Its history is very obscure but it is supposed to have been built in the 12th Century. One of the wings of the old castle is now made into a dovecot.

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