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William Elliot Occupier
Carr's History of Coldingham
John White Lamberton Toll
012.14 A substantial Farmhouse, with extensions and a large Farm attached the property of Major Colin Campbell Renton of Mordington and tenanted by Mr. Elliot.
It appears to be derived from a Saxon called Lambert, who here settling with his followers gave rise to the ton or village, about 30 years before the [Century?] On the site of the present farm house and offices Stood the Village Called Upper Lamberton, of which no trace remains. It was burnt by the Earl of Kelso. Little Lamberton appears to have occupied the site of what is now Called Lamberton Shields. Vide Carr's Hist. [History] of Cold. [Coldingham] Priory P. [Page] 144.
LAMBERTON CHURCH (Remains of) Lamberton Church (Remains of)
Lamberton Church (Remains of)
Lamberton Church (Remains of)
William Elliot
Carr's History of Coldingham
John White
012.14 This was formerly a Chapelry belonging to the parish of Coldingham to which its advowson was [...]. It was here that James IV of Scotland and [Margaret] daughter of Henry VII were Contracted in [Marriage] in the year 1503.
"A very small portion of its ancient [... in] the Centre of a small Church-yard are [still] Standing. Its site is now used as a [burial ground] by the family of Renton of Mordington [House]. The ruins of this Church are situated [near] to the present Farm steading of Lamberton on the South Side of that rock known [...] Called [Dr...]
in 1650 this Parish was attached to that of Mordington.

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Parish of Mordington -- Sheet 12. No. 14 Trace 6 -- Collected by M. Cothill Pte. RS [Private Royal Sappers] & Miners

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