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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BOGHALL Boghall
Boghall
Boghall
Boghall
Boghall
Alexander Gillespie Esqr
Mr R. Glen
Mr D. Lockhart
Mr J Morrison
Johnstons County Map
034.13 Large farmstead, dwelling house two storeys offices one, slated in good repair - property of Alexander Gillespie Esqr.
CAMP (Site of) [Boghall] Camp (Site of)
Camp (Site of)
Camp (Site of)
Camp (Site of)
Camp
Alexander Gillesoie Esqr.
Mr R. Glen
Mr D. Lockhart
Mr J. Morrison
Johnstons County Map
034.13 The site of a large oval shaped British camp: it is under cultivation and will soon be entirely obliterated The site is still indicated by undulations in the field. About half a mile South - west from Biggar are the remains of a Camp, 60 paces in diameter, with a deep ditch and double rampart. Statistical Account Page362.
BIGGAR WATER Biggar Water
Biggar Water
Biggar Water
Biggar Water
Biggar W [Water]
Alexander Gillespie Esqr
Mr R. Glen
Mr D. Lockhart
Mr J. Morrison
Johnstons County Map
034.13 A considerable stream which forms the boundary between the counties of Lanark & Peebles for a short distance Rises in the Ph [Parish] of Coulter Lanarkshire, and joins River Twe [Tweed] in the Ph [Parish] of Broughton Peebleshire It receives Biggar Burn in its course

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Ph [Parish] of Biggar

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