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Midlothian, volume 57

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/11/57/1 [page] 1 PARISH OF CRICHTON PLAN 20 C INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Par: [Parish] of Crichton -- 3 Crichton Moss -- 3
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OS1/11/57/3 CRICHTON MOSS Crichton Moss Crichton Moss Crichton Moss Crichton Moss Mr. Stewart David Howison Map of RoadS Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 11/2 Miles N. W. [North West] by N. [North] of Netlingflat An old farm house one Story high, and in very bad Repair it formerly had a farm of land attached, but is joined with the farm of Tynehead.
OS1/11/57/3 Parish of Crichton [Page] 3
OS1/11/57/4 [page] 4 Form136 -- Page
OS1/11/57/5 [page] 5 Form 136 -- Page
OS1/11/57/6 [page] 6 Form 136 -- Page
OS1/11/57/7 [page] 7 PARISH OF BORTHWICK (Detached) PLAN 20C INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Par: [Parish] of Borthwick (Detached) -- 11 Cowbraehill -- 9 Cakemuir Burn -- 10 Cakemuirhill -- 11 Cakemuir Hill -- 11 Falahill -- 9 Hayfield -- 9 North British Railway (Hawick Branch) -- 10
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OS1/11/57/9 COWBRAEHILL Cowbraehill Cowbraehill Cowberryhill Cowberryhill Cowbraehill Mr Stewart David Howison Map of RoadS Val. [Valuation] Roll 1814 Stat: [Statistical] Acct [Account] 020 [Situation] About 13/8 Miles N. N. W. [North North West] of Netlingflat A farm house with out houses in good Repair, having a farm of land attached, the property of John BorthwicK Esqr,
OS1/11/57/9 Parish of BorthwicK (Detached)[Page] 9
OS1/11/57/10 [page] 10 Parish of Borthwick (Detached) Form 136 -- Page Cakemuir Burn -- Cakemuir Burn -- Cakemuir Burn -- See Name Bk. [Book] of 20 A. -- Passing the S. [South] side of Cakemuirhill -- See Descript: [Descriptive] Remarks in Name Book 20 A. North British Railway -- North British Railway (Hawick Branch) -- North British Railway (Hawick Branch) -- See descript. [descriptive] remarks in Name Book 7 A. -- Passing the East side of Falahill Inn and Heriot House -- See Descript: [Descriptive] Remarks in Name Book of Plan 7 A.
OS1/11/57/11 CAKEMUIR HILL CaKemuir Hill CaKemuir Hill CaKemuir Hill CaKemuir Hill Mr. Turner Mr. Stewart Map of RoadS Co. [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 11/4 Miles N. [North] of Netlingflat A middling sized hill on the farms of Nettlingflat etc. its Surface consists of arable and mountain grass land. On it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Party "Cowberry Hill".
OS1/11/57/11 CAKEMUIRHILL CaKemuirhill CaKemuirhill CaKemuirhill CaKemuirhill CaKemuirhill Mr. Stewart David Howison Map of RoadS Val. [Valuation] Roll Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 3/4 Mile N. N. E. [North North East] of Netlingflat A Small house on the farm of Nettlingflat, Occupied by Agricultural labourers,
OS1/11/57/11 Parish of BorthwicK (Detached) [Page] 11
OS1/11/57/12 [page] 12 Form 136 -- Page
OS1/11/57/13 [page] 13 Form 136 -- Page
OS1/11/57/14 [page] 14 Form 136 -- Page
OS1/11/57/15 [page] 15 PARISH OF HERIOT PLAN 20 C INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Parish of Heriot -- 17 Cow Bridge -- 19 Camp -- 27 Falahill -- 18 Fala Hill -- 19 Falahill Inn -- 19 Gala Water -- 20 Galalaw -- 23 Heriots Cleugh -- 21 Heriot Town Hill -- 22 Heriot House T.P [Turnpike] Check -- 22 Heriot House -- 23 Hangingshaw Inn -- 24 Hangingshaw -- 24 Hangingshaw Quy. [Quarry] -- 24 Heriot Station -- 25 Heriot House T.P [Turnpike] -- 25 Heriot Lodge -- 25 Hangingshaw Hill -- 26 Robertston -- 26 Shoestanes -- 21 Shoestanes Burn -- 21 Sandyknowe -- 23
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OS1/11/57/17 Sandy Knowe Sandy Knowe Do, [Ditto] Sandy knowe Mr. Stewart Mr. Liller Map of Roads A small knoll or ------ on the farm of Nettling flat, its surface is mountain grass land.
OS1/11/57/17 Brothershiels Brothershiels Do [Ditto] Brothershiel Brothershiels Mr.Stewart Mr. Liller Mao of Roads C of Map A farm house two storeys high with out houses in good repair having a large farm of land attached. The property of the Earl of Stair.
OS1/11/57/17 Parish of Heriot } Parish of Heriot } See Descript Remark Book 23 C S.E. part of the Co. [County of Edinburgh See Descript Remarks in Name Book of Plan 23 C
OS1/11/57/17 [Page] 17 Parish of Heriot
OS1/11/57/18 FALAHILL Falahill Falahill Falahill Mr Turner Mr Stewart Val. [Valuation] Roll 1814 020 [Situation] About ⅞ Mile W. N. W. [West North West] of Netlingflat A farm house with offices etc and a farm attached on the estate of William Bailie Esqr:
OS1/11/57/18 [Page] 18 Parish of Heriot
OS1/11/57/19 FALA HILL Fala Hill Fala Hill Fala Hill Francis Turner Mr. Stewart Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 1½ Miles W. [West] by N. [North] of Netlingflat A tolerably high hill on the farm of Falahill its Surface is arable land. On its Summit is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] party "Falahill".
OS1/11/57/19 FALAHILL INN Falahill Inn Falahill Inn Mr. Turner Mr Stewart 020 [Situation] ½ Mile W. N. W [West North West] of Netlingflat A house in good Repair, Occupied as a public house, and is situated on the Side of the Road that leads from DalKeith to Stow,
OS1/11/57/19 COW BRIDGE Cow Bridge Cow Bridge F. Turner Mr. Stewart 020 [Situation] About 1 Mile W. [West] of Netlingflat A Stone built bridge of one arch crossing the Gala Water, a little South Falahill farm house, It is a Co. [County] bridge,
OS1/11/57/19 Parish of Heriot [Page] 19
OS1/11/57/20 GALA WATER Gala Water See Name BK [BooK] Plan 28 B. 020 [Situation] Passing the a Short distance West of Netlingflat A Considerable Stream having its Rise on the farm of Falahill, and running in an Easterly direction passing the West Side of Nettingflat farm house,
OS1/11/57/20 [Page] 20 Parish of Heriot
OS1/11/57/20 It seems a word has been omitted in the Situation column "the" and "a".
OS1/11/57/21 SHOESTANES Shoestains Shoestains Shoestanes Mr. Turner Mr. Bruce Map of property 020 [Situation] About ¾ Mile S. W. [South West] of Netlingflat A large farm house two Storeys high with Suitable out houses in good repair having a large farm of land attached. The property of the Earl of Stair
OS1/11/57/21 HERIOTS CLEUGH Heriot's Cleugh Heriot's Cleugh Heriot's Cleugh Heriot's Cleugh Mr. Turner Mr. Bruce Map of RoadS Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About ¾ Mile S. W. [South West] by S. [South] of Netlingflat A Small Ravine or Glen on the farms of Heriot House and ShoeStains
OS1/11/57/21 SHOESTANES BURN Shoestains Burn Shoestains Burn Shoestanes Mr. Turner Mr. Bruce Map of property 020 [Situation] Passing the South Side of Shoestains farm house A Small Stream or burn having its Rise on the farm of Shoestains and Running in an Easterly direction to its junction with Gala Water
OS1/11/57/21 Parish of Heriot [Page] 21
OS1/11/57/22 HERIOT TOWN HILL Heriot Town Hill Heriot Town Hill Heriot Town Heriot Town Mr. Turner Mr. Stewart Map of RoadS Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 1 Mile S W. [South West] by S. [South] of Netlingflat A Small hill on the farms of Heriot Town and Shoestains its Surface Consists of arable land, On it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station Called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] party "Heriots Lower"
OS1/11/57/22 HERIOT HOUSE CHECK T.P. Heriot House Toll Bar (Old) Heriot House Toll Bar (Old) Heriot Toll Mr. Turner Mr. Bruce Map of Roads 020 [Situation] About ⅝ Mile S. [South] by W. [West] of Netlingflat A turnpiKe on the Old Road that leads from DalKeith to Stow, a house is attached for the Accommodation of the Keeper who also Keeps a post Office
OS1/11/57/22 [Page] 22 Parish of Heriot [Note] This Hill was formerly Called Heriot Town Head and on it were a few circles which were destroyed by Cultivation about 30 years ago, What they represented Could not be ascertained, [Note] The name Heriot House is on the Rate board of the Toll Bar on the new road to Stow & the Same name Heriot House is also on the rate board on the old road but the One on the Old road is now only used as a Check Toll Bar ( Signed)R. Miller C. [?] Asst [Assistant]
OS1/11/57/23 HERIOT HOUSE Heriot House Heriot House Heriothouse Heriot House Mr. Turner Mr Stewart Map of Roads Co. [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 3/4 Mile South of Netlingflat A Small farm house one Story high and out houses, in good repair having a farm of land attached The property of the Earl of Stair,
OS1/11/57/23 SANDYKNOWE SandyKnowe SandyKnowe Sandy Knowe Sandy Know Mr Tiller John Ingles Map of Roads Co [County] Map [Situation] About 1 Mile S. [South] of Netlingflat A Small farm house and Office houses in good Repair, having a Small farm of land attached the property of the Earl of Stair,
OS1/11/57/23 GALALAW Galalaw Galalaw Gala Law Gala Law Mr. Tiller John Inglis Map of Roads Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 11/8 Mile's South of Netlingflat A Small house in middling Repair on the farm of SandyKnow, it is Occupied by labourers
OS1/11/57/23 Parish of Heriot [Page] 23
OS1/11/57/24 HANGINGSHAW INN Hangingshaw Inn Hangingshaw Inn Hangingshaw Hangingshaw Mr. Tiller John Ingles Map of Roads Co [County] Map 020 About 11/8 Mile S. [South] by E. [East] of Netlingflat A public house two Storeys high and in good Repair having Office houses attached, The property of John Borthwick Esqr.
OS1/11/57/24 HANGINGSHAW Hangingshaw Hangingshaw Hangingshaw Hangingshaw Mr. Stewart Robert Tiller Map of Roads Co. [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 1 Mile S. [South] by East of Netlingflat A farm house and outhouses in good Repair, having a large farm of land attached The property John Borthwick Esqr,
OS1/11/57/24 HANGINGSHAW QUARRY (Sandstone) Hangingshaw Quarry Hangingshaw Quarry Mr. Tiller John Ingles 020 [Situation] About 1 Mile S. [South] of Netlingflat A Small whinstone quarry on the farm of Hangingshaw It is wrought by the Road trustees for the use of the Co. [County] Roads
OS1/11/57/24 [Page] 24 Parish of Heriot
OS1/11/57/25 HERIOT STATION Heriot Railway Station Heriot Railway Station James Bruce Mr. Turner [Situation] About 1/2 Mile S. [South] of Netlingflat A Small Station on the HawicK branch of the North British Railway Attached to this Station is a neat built dwelling house and booKing Office,
OS1/11/57/25 HERIOT HOUSE T.P. Heriot House Toll Bar Heriot House Toll Bar Heriot House T. P. ChecK Mr. Turner Mr. Stewart Rate Board 020 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile S. [South] of Netlingflat A small turnpiKe on the New line of Road from DalKeith to Stow, and Situated near to Heriot Railway Station,
OS1/11/57/25 HERIOT LODGE Heriot Lodge Heriot Lodge James Bruce Mr. Turner 020 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile S. [South] of Netlingflat A neat built Cottage one Story high and in good Repair, The property of John BorthwicK Esqr, of CrooKston
OS1/11/57/25 Parish of Heriot [Page] 25
OS1/11/57/26 ROBERTSTON Robertston Robertston Mr. Stewart Mr. Turner 020 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile S. [South] of Netlingflat Two Small houses near Heriot Railway Station, they are in good Repair and are the property of John BorthwicK Esqr. of CrooKstone
OS1/11/57/26 HANGINGSHAW HILL Hangingshaw Hill Hangingshaw Hill Mr. Stewart Robert Seller 020 [Situation] About 3/4 Mile S. E. [South East] of Netlingflat A Small hill on the farm of Hangingshaw, its Surface Consists of heathy pasture
OS1/11/57/26 [Page] 26 Parish of Heriot
OS1/11/57/27 CAMP [Heriot Lodge] Old Camp Old Camp Mr. Stewart Mr. Turner 020 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile S. [South] by E. [East] of Netlinflat This name applies to the Remains of an ancient encampment Situated a little East of Heriot Lodge, part of it was lately Removed by the farmer for Agricultural improvements No information Can be obtained in the locality Respecting it
OS1/11/57/27 Parish of Heriot [Page] 27 [Note] Old English [Note] Note. - Captain James R. E. [Royal Engineers?] has examined this object on the ground & Considers "Camp"the proper designation to be written on plan. [Note] " On the tops of Some of the hills are to be found the remains of ancient Camps. One or two "distinct and Consists of three or Concentric Circles with the marKs of gateways. But whether "encampments of the Romans, Britons, Danes, Picts, or Scots, we have no means of determining." Stat. [Statistical] Acct. [Account] 1845
OS1/11/57/28 [Page] 28 Parish of Stow Crookston Mains Hill [crossed out]
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OS1/11/57/30 [page] 30 Blank Page
OS1/11/57/31 [page] 31 PARISH OF STOW (detached) PLAN 20C INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Par: [Parish] of Stow (detached) -- 34 Nettlingflat -- 33 Sandyknowe -- 33
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OS1/11/57/33 NETTLINGFLAT Nettlingflat Nettlingflat Nettleflat Nettleflat Mr. Stewart Francis Turner Map of Roads Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 3/4 Mile N. [North] of Heriot House A large farm house two Storeys high with out houses in good Repair, having a large farm of land attached, The property of John Borthwick Esqr. This house was formerly Called Nettleflat. but changed by the proprietor to its present name
OS1/11/57/33 SANDYKNOWE Sandy Knowe Sandy Knowe Sandyknowe Mr. Stewart Mr Tiller Map of Roads 020 [Situation] About 1/2 Mile N. [North] of Netlingflat A Small Knowe or eminence on the farm of Nettlingflat
OS1/11/57/33 Parish of Stow Detached [Page] 33
OS1/11/57/34 [page] 34 Parish of Stow (detached) Form 136 -- Page Parish of Stow (detached) -- Stow (detached) -- Parish of Stow (detached) -- Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] / See Name Bk. [Book] 23 C -- Southern portion of the Co. [County] of Edinb [Edinburgh] -- Referred to in description of the Parish of Stow in Name Book of Plan 23 C.
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OS1/11/57/37 [page] 37 PARISH OF STOW PLAN 20 C INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Parish of Stow -- 39 Crookston Mains Hill -- 39 Armet Water -- 42 Crookston Hill -- 41 Crookston North Mains -- 41 Kaythe Castle (site of) -- 42
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OS1/11/57/39 CROOKSTON MAINS HILL CrooKston Mains Hill CrooKston Mains Hill CrooKston Mains CrooKston Mains Mr Stewart Robert Tiller Co [County] Map Map of RoadS 020 [Situation] About 1 Mile S. [South] East of Netlingflat A tolerable Sized hill on the farms of CrooKston North Mains and Hanginghaw, its Surface is partly arable and partly heathy pasture On it is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station Called by Trigl. [Trigonometrical] party "CrooKstone Mains".
OS1/11/57/39 Parish of Stow [Page] 39
OS1/11/57/40 [page] 40 Form 136 -- Page
OS1/11/57/41 CROOKSTON NORTH MAINS CrooKston North Mains CrooKston North Mains Mr. Simpson Mr Tiller 020 [Situation] 13/4 Miles S. E. [South East] by E. [East] of Netlingflat A farm house two Storeys high and Suitable out houses having a farm of land attached The property of John BorthwicK Eqr,
OS1/11/57/41 Parish of Stow [Page] 41
OS1/11/57/42 ARMET WATER Armet Water Armet Water Armet Water Armat Water Armet Water Mr. Tiller Mr. Stewart Co [County] Map Co. [County] Map of Haddington -sh: [shire] Fullartons Gazr [Gazetteer] 020 [Situation] On S. E. [South East] of Plan A considerable Stream or burn having its Rise on the Lammermoor Hills, and Running in a Southerly direction to its junction with Gala Water,
OS1/11/57/42 KAYTHE CASTLE (Site of) Kaythe Castle (Site of) Kaythe Castle (Site of) Kaythe Castle (Site of) Mr. Simpson Mr. Tiller Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] Near CrooKston Mains The Site of an Old house or Castle on the farm of CrooKston North Mains, About 20 years ago Mr. Tiller while maKing Some improvements, Removed what appeared the foundation of a house. No further information Can be obtained in the locality Respecting it,
OS1/11/57/42 [Page] 42 Parish of Stow [Note] A Second enquiry has been made about this name but no further information has been obtained from the locality, nor has any written account of it been found in any publication
OS1/11/57/43 [page] 43 PARISH OF FALA AND SOUTRA PLAN 20C INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Par: [Parish] of Fala and Soutra -- 45 Brothershiels -- 45 Brothershiels Burn -- 45 Fala Moor -- 46
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OS1/11/57/45 BROTHERSHIELS Brothershiels Brothershiels Brothershiels Mr Stewart Mr. Tiller Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 1 Mile E [East] by N. [North] of Netlingflat A farm house, office's, and a large farm of land attachd [attached] on the estate of the Earl of Stair. -
OS1/11/57/45 Parish of Fala & Soutra [Page] 45
OS1/11/57/46 FALA MOOR Fala Moor Fala Moor John Ingles John Stewart 020 [Situation] Commences about 1/2 a Mile North of Brothershiels A large tract of Moorland in the Parish of Fala [Situated?] in the Moor is Fala Flow And a remarKable Ruin Called Fala Lugie,
OS1/11/57/46 [Page] 46 Parish of Fala & Soutra
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OS1/11/57/47 [page] 47 PARISH OF BORTHWICK PLAN 20C. INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages Parish of Borthwick -- [49] Hayfield -- 49 Stobbin Dean -- 50 Stobbindean Burn -- 50
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OS1/11/57/49 HAYFIELD Hayfield Hayfield Hayfield Hayfield Mr Turner Mr Stewart Map of RoadS Co [County] Map 020 [Situation] About 13/8 Miles N. W. [North West] of Nettlingflat A farm house With offices And farm attached; the property of Mr Welsh.
OS1/11/57/49 Parish of BorthwicK. [Page] 49
OS1/11/57/50 STOBBIN DEAN Stobbin Dean Stobbin Dean Mr. Tillie Crookston Mains Mr. Tillie Haningshaw 020 [Situation] About 50 chains N.N.W. [North North West] of the farm house of Crookston North Mains A field of pasture land on the farm of Crookston North Mains, so called from a ravine or hollow in its centre. This feature is not perceptible enough to warrant its insertion on plan; the name, however, is well known in the district, and was applied to this spot before the land was reclaimed.
OS1/11/57/50 STOBBINDEAN BURN Stobbindean Burn Stobbindean Burn Mr Tillie Crookston Mr Tillie Hangingshaw 020 [Situation] Runs past the North side of Stobbin Dean. A small stream which rises on Crookston Mains Hill & flows in an easterly direction past Stobbin Dean, where it joins Brothershiels Burn
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OS1/11/57/51 CRICHTON MOSS Crichton Moss Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot David Howison Crichton Moss Tynehead 020 An old farm house one story in height and in a very dilapidated state. It had a farm toll which is now joined to Tynehead. occupied by David Howison.
OS1/11/57/51 CAKEMUIRHILL Cakemuirhill Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot David Howison Crichton Moss Tynehead 020 A small house on the farm of Nettlingflat in middling repair. occupied by labourers
OS1/11/57/51 COWBRAEHILL Cowbraehill Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot David Howison Crichton Moss Tynehead 020 A farm house one story in height and in good repair with suitable offices and a farm attached. occupied by Mr. Stewart, the property of John Borthwick Esqr.
OS1/11/57/51 [Page] 51 List of Names collected by c/a [civilian assistant] Robert Miller Plan 20C Trace No. 1 [Object Crichton Moss] A house Crichton Parish [Object Cowbraehill] A house [Object Cakemuirhill] A house [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/52 CAKEMUIR HILL Cakemuir Hill Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot 020 A middling sized hill on the farms of Nettlingflat &c, the surface of which is arable and mountain grass land, on its summit is a trigl [trigonometrical] station called "Cowberry Hill"
OS1/11/57/52 HAYFIELD Hayfield Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot 020 A middling sized farm house two stories high and in good repair with offices and a small farm attached occupied by Alexander Veitch the property of Mr. Welsh
OS1/11/57/52 FALAHILL Falahill Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot 020 A large farm house two stories high and in good repair with offices and a large farm of about 1000 acres attached. occupied by Mrs Dun the property of William Bailie Esqr.
OS1/11/57/52 [Page] 52 List of Names collected by c/a [civilian assistant] Robert Miller Plan 20C Trace No. 1 [Object Cakemuir Hill] A hill Borthwick Parish [Object Hayfield] A house [Object Falahill] A house [signed Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/53 NETTLINGFLAT Nettlingflat Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Francis Turner Shoestains Heriot 020 A large farm house two stories high and in good repair with suitable offices and a large farm attached occupied by Mr. Stewart, the property of John Borthwick Esqr. The original name of this house is "Nettleflat" but the proprietor has changed it to "Nettlingflat"
OS1/11/57/53 GALA WATER Gala Water Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Francis Turner Shoestains Heriot 020 A considerable stream having its source on the farm of "Falahill", flowing in a southeasterly direction
OS1/11/57/53 [Page] 33 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No. 3 [Object Nettlingflat] A house Borthwick Parish [Object Gala Water] A stream [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/54 FALA HILL Fala Hill Francis Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot 020 A middling sized arable hill, on the farm of "Falahill".
OS1/11/57/54 FALAHILL INN Falahill Inn Francis Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot 020 A common public house in good repair, with a garden attached, situated on the road from Dalkeith to Stow, It is occupied by Thomas Stirling. the property of John Borthwick Esqr.
OS1/11/57/54 COW BRIDGE Cow Bridge Francis Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot 020 An old stone built Bridge of one arch in middling repair, over Gala Water. It is a County Bridge.
OS1/11/57/54 [Page] 54 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No. 3 [Object Fala Hill] A hill Heriot Parish [Object Falahill Inn] An Inn [Object Cow Bridge] A Bridge [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/55 BROTHERSHIELS Brothershiels Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Mr. Tillie Hangshaw Heriot 020 A middling sized farm house two stories high and in good repair, with suitable offices and a large arable and sheep farm attached, occupied by John Ingles, the property of the earl of Stair.
OS1/11/57/55 SANDY KNOWE Sandy Knowe Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Mr. Tillie Hangshaw Heriot 020 A small knoll of eminance on the farm Nettlingflat the surface of which is mountain grass land.
OS1/11/57/55 [Page] 58 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No.2 [Object Brothershiels] A house Heriot Parish [Object Sandy Knowe] An eminence [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
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OS1/11/57/57 HANGINGSHAW INN Hangingshaw Inn Mr. Tillie Hangingshaw Heriot John Ingles Sandy Knowe Heriot 02 A publick house two stories high, and in good repair with offices attached, situated on the road from Dalkeith to Stow, occupied by John Greenlaw, the property of John Borthwick Esqr.
OS1/11/57/57 HANGINGSHAW QUARRY (Sandstone) Hangingshaw Quarry Mr. Tillie Hangingshaw Heriot John Ingles Sandy Knowe Heriot 02 020 A small whinstone quarry on the farm of Hangshaw. It is wrought by the road trustees for the public roads.
OS1/11/57/57 GALALAW Galalaw Mr. Tillie Hangingshaw Heriot John Ingles Sandy Knowe Heriot 020 A small house in middling repair on the farm of Sandy Know. It is occupied by work people
OS1/11/57/57 SANDY KNOW Sandy Know Mr. Tillie Hangingshaw Heriot John Ingles Sandy Knowe Heriot 02 A small farm house in good repair with offices and a small farm attached, occupied by John Ingles the property of the Earl of Stair.
OS1/11/57/57 [Page] 57 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No. 4 [Object Hangingshaw Inn] A house Heriot Parish [Object Hangingshaw Quarry] A quarry [Object Galalaw] A house [Object Sandy Know] A house [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/58 HANGINGSHAW HILL Hangingshaw Hill Mr Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Robert Tillie Crookston [Mains] Heriot A small heathy hill on the farm of Hangingshaw
OS1/11/57/58 CROOKSTON MAINS HILL Crookston Mains Hill Mr Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Robert Tillie Crookston [Mains] Heriot A middling sized arable and heathy hill on the farms of Crookston North Mains and Hangingshaw. On its summit is a trigl. [trigonometrical] station called "Crookstone Mains".
OS1/11/57/58 HANGINGSHAW Hangingshaw Mr Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Robert Tillie Crookston [Mains] Heriot 020 A farm house one story high and in good repair, with convenient offices and a large arable and sheep farm attached. occupied by Mr. Tillie the property of John Borthwick Esqr.
OS1/11/57/58 [Page] 58 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No 4 [Object Hangingshaw Hill] A hill Heriot Parish [Object Crookston Mains Hill] A hill [Object Hangingshaw] A house [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/59 HERIOT HOUSE T.P. Heriot House Toll Bar (old) James Bruce Heriot Railway Station Mr. Turner Shoestains 020 A small house used as a Toll-house on the old road road from Dalkeith to Stow. It is in middling repair occupied by William Reeves. There is a post office in it.
OS1/11/57/59 HERIOT RAILWAY STATION Heriot Railway Station James Bruce Heriot Railway Station Mr. Turner Shoestains A railway station on the Hawick branch of the North Brittish Railway, at which is a neat built dwelling house and booking office, in excellent repair.
OS1/11/57/59 HERIOT LODGE Heriot Lodge James Bruce Heriot Railway Station Mr. Turner Shoestains 020 A neat built house one story high and in good repair occupied by workpeople the property of John Borthwick Esqr. of Crookstone.
OS1/11/57/59 [Page] 59 List of Names collected by c/a [civilian assistant] Robert Miller Plan 20C Trace No. 4 [Object Heriot House Toll Bar] A Toll house Heriot Parish [Object Heriot Railway Station] A railway station [Object Heriot Lodge] A house [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/60 SHOESTANES Shoestains Shoestains Shoestanes Mr. Turner Shoestanes Heriot Mr. Bruce Heriot Railway Station Plan of Estate 020 A large farm house two stories high and in good repair with suitable offices and a large arable and sheep farm attached. occupied by Mr. Turner, the property pf the Earl of Stair.
OS1/11/57/60 SHOESTANES BURN Shoestains Burn Shoestains Burn Shoestanes Burn Mr. Turner Shoestanes Heriot Mr. Bruce Heriot Railway Station Plan of Estate 020 A small stream having its source about half a mile to the west from Shoestains farm house, flowing in an easterly direction and faling into Gala Water.
OS1/11/57/60 HERIOTS CLEUGH Heriots Cleugh Mr. Turner Shoestanes Heriot Mr. Bruce Heriot Railway Station Plan of Estate 020 A small ravine on the farms of Heriot House and Shoestains
OS1/11/57/60 [Page] 60 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No. 4 [Object Shoestains] A house Heriot Parish [Object Shoestains Burn] A stream [Object Heriots Cleugh] A ravine [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/61 HERIOT HOUSE Heriot House Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr. Stewart Nettlingflats Heriot 020 A small farm house one story high and in good repair, with suitable offices and a small farm attached occupied by Mr. Gavenlock the property of the Earl of Stair.
OS1/11/57/61 HERIOT TOWN HILL Heriot Town Hill Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr. Stewart Nettlingflats Heriot A small arable hill with farms of Heriot Town and Shoestains, on it is a ◬ station called "Heriot's Tower"
OS1/11/57/61 HERIOT HOUSE CHECK T.P. Heriot House Toll Bar Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot Mr. Stewart Nettlingflats Heriot 020 A small toll house on the new road from Dalkeith to Stow & near Heriot Railway Station. It is in good repair occupied by William Stewart
OS1/11/57/61 [Page] 61 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No. 4 [Object Heriot House] A house Heriot Parish [Object Heriot Town Hill] A hll [Object Heriot House Toll Bar] A toll house [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/62 ROBERTSTON Robertston Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot 020 Two small houses near Heriot Railway Station, in good repair, with a small garden attached occupied by laborers the property of John Borthwick
OS1/11/57/62 CAMP [Heriot Lodge] Old Camp Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot Mr. Turner Shoestains Heriot 020 A artificial mound resembling a portion of an ancient encampment. There is no tradition in the locality concerning it. Part of this mound was lately removed & is now converted into a corn field. At some other places in this locality are objects called "Old Camps", on 'County map', but from there appearance & all local authority some of them are only the tracks of sheep
OS1/11/57/62 [Page] 62 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No. 4 [Object Robertston] A house Heriot parish [Object Old Camp] An old camp [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/63 KAYTHE CASTLE (Site of) Kaythe Castle (site of) Mr. Simpson Heriot School Mr. Tillie Crookston North Mains 020 The site of a house or Castle on the farm of Crookstone North Mains, About 20 years ago Mr. Tillie farmer, when ploughing a field, removed what appeared to be the foundation of a house, known by the name "Kaythe Castle". There is not any further local tradition concerning it.
OS1/11/57/63 CROOKSTON NORTH MAINS Crookston North Mains Mr. Simpson Heriot School Mr. Tillie Crookston North Mains 020 A middling sized farm house 2 stories high and in good repair with suitable offices and a large arable and sheep farm attached occupied by Mr. Tillie. the property of Mr. Borthwick of Crookston.
OS1/11/57/63 [Page] 63 List of Names collected by Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant] Plan 20C Trace No. 5 [Object Kaythe Castle] site of an edifice Heriot Parish [Object Crookston North Mains] A house [signed] Robert Miller c/a [civilian assistant]
OS1/11/57/64 ARMET WATER Armet Water Mr. Tillie Crookston North [Mains] Heriot Mr. Stewart Nettlingflat Heriot 020 A considerable Stream having its source on the Lammermoor Hills flowing in a southerly direction and falling into "Gala Water".
OS1/11/57/64 [Page] 64 List of Names collected by c/a [civilian assistant] Robert Miller Plan 20C Trace No. 5 [Object] A stream Heriot Parish [signed] James Carpenter C. Asst. [Civilian Assistant] 12 Mar 1853 [signed] H James Cap. RE [Captain Royal Engineers]
OS1/11/57/65 OS1/11/57 [page] 65 [volume] 57 [stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. STORE SOUTHAMPTON [dated] 26 JAN. 92 [1892] Co. [County] EDINBURGH PLAN 20C. Names of Parishes -- Pages BORTHWICK -- 47 CRICHTON -- 1 BORTHWICK (Detached) -- 7 HERIOT -- 15 STOW -- 37 STOW (detached) -- 31 FALA AND SOUTRA -- 43