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Edington Mains
Edington Mains
James Wilson Esqr
Johnson: County Map
Mr John Lowry, Edington
017.03 A very extensive and highly cultivated arable farm. with a neat Dwelling house, ranges of Suitable outbuildings. Cotters hou [houses] &c &c conveniently situated thereon
Is tenanted by James Wilson Esq whose Ancestors have held it for the last century & more - Is the property of Col [Colonel] Hay of Dunse Castle
EDINGTON BASTILE (Supposed site of) (Supposed Site of) Edington Bastile John Wilson Esqr
Mr John Lowry
Mr William Dixon
017.03 In the N. W. [North West] corner of a large Arable field, called Bastile Knowes, And Nearly surrounded by a high & Rugged Steep. Mr Wilson say [says] there Stood a Castle of considerable strength & Extent which was destroyed by An English Army at the Same time as were the Bastiles of Ayton & Hutton

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Chirnside Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 17-3 -- Trace 4 -- Collected by John McCabe H [--]

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