Peeblesshire volume 04

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OS1/24/4/1 [Page] 1 UNITED PARISH OF BROUGHTON,GLENHOLM & KILBUCHO SHEET XIX No [Number] 2,3,4,6,7,10,11 SHEET XX No [Number] 1 INDEX Names of Objects -- Pages United Parish of Broughton Glenholm and Kilbucho -- 3 Barrow Rig -- 12 Bught Burn -- 14 Benshaw Hill -- 17 Benner Leishie Burn -- 33 Broomy Law -- 32 Chapelgill Hill -- 6 Culter Fell -- 7 Chapelgill Burn -- 13 Congrie Hill -- 14 Cocklie Rig Head -- 16 Cocklie Rig -- 16 Coomb Hill -- 33 Dry Burn -- 21 East Grain -- 22 Glenharvie Moss -- 4 Glenharvie Burn -- 5 Glencotho -- 11 GlenKirk -- 13 Glencotho Burn -- 15 Glenharvie Craig -- 7 Glencrieve Burn -- 25 Glenlood Hill -- 31 Glenwhappen Rig -- 35 Hope Burn -- 10 Holms Water -- 26 Holms Waterhead -- 27 Hare Burn -- 27 Holm Nick -- 34 Hard Bank Head -- 20 King Bank Head -- 6 Logan Cottage -- 19 Logan Knowes -- 20 Logan Burn -- 21 Leishfoot Hill -- 24 Middle Head -- 17 Macfumart Rig -- 19 Moss Law -- 25 Nether Rush Grain -- 10 Nether Glenlood Burn -- 12 Nether Leishie Burn -- 26 Patervan Burn-- 26 River Tweed -- 38 Site of Linkimdoddie -- 19 Tripans Knowe -- 27 Upper Rush Grain -- 15 Upper Glenlood Burn -- 28 Willow Wand Burn -- 15 West Grain -- 22
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OS1/24/4/3 [Page] 3 Parish of Broughton Glenholm and Kilbucho -- See Name Book 11 No [Number] 8 Parish of Broughton, Glenholm and Kilbucho ie 6 with XI and plan 8
OS1/24/4/4 GLENHARVIE MOSS Glenharvie Moss Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Walter Melrose Holms Water Head Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ¾ of S.W [South West] from Chapelgill Hill A Tract of Moss the surface of which is Heathy Pasture; from which flows Glenharvie Burn. It is situated at the N.E. [North East] base of the Hill Called Culter Fell, and extends into the County of Lanark across the Boundary.
OS1/24/4/4 [Page] 4 Parish of Glenholm -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 2 Trace 1 Glenharvie Moss [note on page] Correct Moss
OS1/24/4/5 GLENHARVIE BURN Glenharvie Burn Glenharvie Burn Glenharvie Burn Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Walter Melrose Holms Water Head Thomas Brown Hopehead 019 [Situation] Runs S.E [South East] from Glenharvie Moss A small stream rising from Glenharvie Moss, in the north east side of Culter Fell and which flows in an easterly direction till it joins the Holms Water near Holms Water Heads Shepherds House.
OS1/24/4/5 [Page] 5 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 2 Trace 1 Hope Burn [crossed out] In p [page] 10 -- See common plan for description Remarks Upper Rush Grain -- See common plan for descriptive remarKS
OS1/24/4/6 CHAPELGILL HILL Chapelgill Hill Alexander Tomson Glen Kirk Walter Melrose Holms Water Head 015 ; 019 [Situation] About ¾ of A Mile N.E. [North East] from Glenharvie - Moss A considerable hill on the farm of GlenKirK covered with heathy pasture. There is a Trig. [Trigonometrical] Station on or near the centre of this hill.
OS1/24/4/6 KING BANK HEAD King Bank Head Alexander Thomson Walter Melrose 019 [Situation] North of Glenharvie Moss A hill partly Situated on the farm of GlenKirk, covered with heath. An undefined Boundary seperating the Counties of Peebles Lanark, goes over this hill.
OS1/24/4/6 [Page] 6 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 2 Trace 1
OS1/24/4/7 CULTER FELL Culter Fell Culter Fell Culterfell or The Fell Culter Fell Coulter Fell Alexander Thompson Glenkirk Walter Melrose Holms Water Head Fullarton's Gazetr [Gazetteer] Johnston's Co. [County] Map Armstrong's Co. [County] Map. 019 [Situation] South of Glenharvie Moss A large and considerably high Hill Covered with Heathy pasture partly situated on the Farm of GlenKirK. The Boundary seperating the Counties of Peebles and LanarK, goes over this hill leaving the parish of Glenholm to the East. A Trigl. [Trigonometrical] St. [Station] stands on the summit of this hill.
OS1/24/4/7 GLENHARVIE CRAIG Glenharvie Craig Glenharvie Craig Glenharvie Craig Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Thomas Brown Hope Head Walter Melrose Holms Water Head 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a mile E [East] of Culter fell An eminence on the farm of Glen Kirk covered with heath. The property of Sir Adam Hay of Haystown near Peebles
OS1/24/4/7 [Page] 7 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 2 Trace 2
OS1/24/4/8 [Page] 8 Glenholm Parish, -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 2 Trace 2 Congrie Hill -- See common plan for descriptive Remarks Glenharvie Burn -- See common Trace for descriptive Remarks
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OS1/24/4/10 HOPE BURN Hope Burn Hope Burn Alexander Thompson GlenKirK Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] Runs North of Cougrie Hill A stream rising out of the West Side of Chapelgill Hill And flowing in an easterly direction into Homes Water.
OS1/24/4/10 NETHER RUSH GRAIN Nether Rush Grain Nether Rush Grain Alexander Thompson GlenKirK Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] Joins Hope Burn 15 Chains N [North] of Cougrie Hill Is a small stream rising out of "Chapelgill Hill" and running into Hope Burn
OS1/24/4/10 [Page] 10 Sheet 19 No [Number] 3 -- Glenholm Ph [Parish] Trace 1 & 5 Nether Rush Grain [note on page] not yet
OS1/24/4/11 GLENCOTHO Glencotho Glencotho Glencotho Glencotho Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Thomas Brown Hope Head Armstrong's Map Johnston's Map 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile NE. [North East] from GlenKirK This Name applies to a Farm House, two Stories high and in good repair, having small out houses and Garden attached. The land belonging to this farm is generally covered with rough and Heathy pasture. The property of Robert Paterson Esqr Birthwood.
OS1/24/4/11 [Page] 11 Glemholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 3 Trace 2 Holms Water [note on page] In p. [page] 26 -- For description remarks see common Sheet
OS1/24/4/12 BARROW RIG Barrow Rig Barrow Rig Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ⅜ of a Mile West from GlenKirK A ridge shaped Hill on the farm of Glencotho covere with heathy pasture The property of R. Paterson Esqr Birthwood
OS1/24/4/12 NETHER GLENLOOD BURN Nether Glenlood Burn Nether Glenlood Burn Alexander Thomson GlenKirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About 35 Chains South from GlenKirK A small Stream running in a Northerly direction until it joins Holm's Water Nether Glenlood Burn takes its rise out of Barrow Rig
OS1/24/4/12 [Page] 12 Glemholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 3 Trace 5
OS1/24/4/13 CHAPELGILL BURN Chapelgill Burn Alexander Thomson GlenKirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ⅜ of a Mile North from GlenKirK A small Stream rising out of Chapelgill Hill and running in an easterly course until it empties itself into Holm's Water
OS1/24/4/13 GLENKIRK GlenKirk GlenKirk GlenKirk GlenKirk Alexander Thomson GlenKirk Thomas Brown Hope Head Johnston's Co. [County] Map Armstrong's Co. [County] Map 019 [Situation] About ⅜ of a Mile E [East] by N [North] from Congrie Hill Is applied to a house on the farm of Glenkirk. It is one story high, in good repair and is occupied by a Shepherd. The property of Sir Adam Hay
OS1/24/4/13 [Page] 13 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 3 Trace 2 & 5
OS1/24/4/14 CONGRIE HILL Congrie Hill Alexander Thomson GlenKirK Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ⅜ of a mile W S. [West South] from GlenKirK A considerable eminence on the farm of GlenKirk It is covered with rough pasture. The property of Sir Adam Hay Bart [Baronet]
OS1/24/4/14 BUGHT BURN Bught Burn Alexander Thomson GlenKirK Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] Runs South Side of Congrie Hill A small Stream, which takes its rise out of Glenharvie Craig, running in an East direction until it joins Holms Water
OS1/24/4/14 [Page] 14 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 3 Trace 4
OS1/24/4/15 GLENCOTHO BURN Glencotho Burn Alexander Thomson GlenKirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] Passes about ½ mile East from GlenKirK A Stream rising out of "Barrow Rig" and running in a Easterly direction until it joins Holm's Water near Glencotho Farm House
OS1/24/4/15 WILLOW WAND BURN Willow Wand Burn Alexander Thomson GlenKirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a mile N.E. [North East] from GlenKirK A small stream which lakes its rise out of "Middle head Hill" and runs in a Northerly course until it falls into Glencotho Burn
OS1/24/4/15 UPPER RUSH GRAIN Upper Rush Grain Alexander Thomson GlenKirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ¼ of Mile North of Congrie Hill A small stream rising out of Chapelgill Hill and running in a South Easterly direction into Hope Burn
OS1/24/4/15 [Page] 15 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 3 Trace 6 & 3 & 1
OS1/24/4/16 [Page] 16 Sheet 19 No [Number] 2 Trace 6 Cocklie Rig Head -- See Name Sheets for Sheet 19 No [Number] 4 Ph [Parish] of Drummelzier Cocklie Rig -- See Name Sheets for Sheet 19 No [Number] 8 Ph [Parish] of Drummelzier
OS1/24/4/17 MIDDLE HEAD Middle Head Thomas Fleming Kingle doors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile N.W. [North West] of Benshaw Hill Applied to a hill on the Mossfennan Farm covered with Heathy pasture. On its Summit stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station
OS1/24/4/17 [Page] 17 Glemholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 4 Trace 1
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OS1/24/4/19 MACFUMART RIG Macfumart Rig Macfumart Rig Macfumart Rig Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage Samuel Anderson Shepherd 019 [Situation] About ¾ of A Mile N.E. [North East] of Benshaw Hill An eminence on the Farm of Mossfennan Covered with heath the property of the Revd [Reverend] William Welsh Mossfennan.
OS1/24/4/19 Site of LINKUMDODDIE Site of Linkimdoddie John Murray Farmer Hearthstone Thomas Tweedie Crook William Graham Logan Cottage 019 The Site of a farm which derived some notoriety from its being the residence of Willie in Burns " Sic a wife as Willie had". No information can be obtained in reality farther than that it was inhabited in 1778 by a ploughman.
OS1/24/4/19 LOGAN COTTAGE Logan Cottage Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile S. E. [South East] from Benshaw Hill A house situated in the Farm of Mossfennan, it is one storey high in good repair with small garden attached the property of the Revd [Reverend] William Welsh, Mossfennan
OS1/24/4/19 [Page] 19 Glenholm Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19. No [Number] 4 Trace 2
OS1/24/4/20 HARD BANK HEAD Hard Bank Head Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ⅜ of a Mile E. [East] from Benshaw Hill A hill on the Farm of Mossfennan covered with heathy pasture. On the summit of hill stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station
OS1/24/4/20 LOGAN KNOWES Logan Knowes Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile E. [East] from Benshaw Hill A hill on the Farm of Mossfennan covered with heath, the property of the Revd [Reverend] William Welsh Mossfennan
OS1/24/4/20 [Page] 20 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 4 Trace 2
OS1/24/4/21 LOGAN BURN Logan Burn Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] North from Logan Knowes A stream connencing from the Junction of "West Grain" and "East Grain" Burns' and running in an Easterly direction till it joins the River Tweed.
OS1/24/4/21 DRY BURN Dry Burn Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ⅜ of a Mile North from Logan Knowes A small stream rising in "Worm Hill" and running South Easterly direction till it joins Logan Burn
OS1/24/4/21 [Page] 21 Glenholm Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 4 Trace 2
OS1/24/4/22 WEST GRAIN West Grain Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile N.E [North East] from Benshaw Hill A small stream rising on "Middle Head Hill" and rising in a North Easterly direction till joins with "East Grain Burn"
OS1/24/4/22 PATERVAN BURN Patervan Burn Patervan Burn Alexander Thomson Thomas Brown 019 ; 020 a small Stream rising in Drummelzier Ph [Parish] and running in a N.E. [North Eastern] direction falls into River Tweed near Sn [Southern] Ph [Parish] Boundary
OS1/24/4/22 EAST GRAIN East Grain Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ⅝ of A Mile N.E. [North East] from Benshaw Hill A small Stream rising in "Middle Head Hill" and runs in an Easterly direction till joins with "West Grain Burn" and from the Junction of the two streams "Logan Burn" its name
OS1/24/4/22 [Page] 22 Glenholm Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 4 Trace 2
OS1/24/4/23 [Page] 23 Glenholm Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 4 Trace 1 Holms Water [note on page] in p [page] 26 Culter Hill [crossed out]
OS1/24/4/24 LEISHFOOT HILL Leishfoot Hill W. Melrose Holm Waterhead A. Thomson, GlenKirK 019 [Situation] About ⅝ of A Mile S. E [South East] from Moss Law Applies to a hill on "GlenKirK farm" Covered with heath. It is Called after an old House which was named Leishfoot
OS1/24/4/24 [Page] 24 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19. No. [Number] 6. Trace 1 Glenharvie Craig -- See adjoining plan Glenharvie Burn -- See adjoining plan
OS1/24/4/25 GLENCREIVE BURN Glencreive Burn Walter Melrose Holms Waterhead Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile N.E. [North East] from Moss Law A Small Stream rising out of "Moss Law HIll" and running in a easterly direction into the Holms Water.
OS1/24/4/25 MOSS LAW Moss Law Moss Law Walter Melrose Alexander Thomson 019 [Situation] About ⅝ of A Mile S.W. [South West] from Leishfoot An eminence on the GlenKirK farm, Covered with heath and on its Summit, Stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station. Also an undefined boundary dividing the Counties of PeebleS Shire and Lanark, leaving Glenhom Parish on its east Side. Its the property of Sir Adam Hay. HayStoun
OS1/24/4/25 [Page] 25 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19. No [Number] 6 Trace 2
OS1/24/4/26 HOLMS WATER Holms Water Holms Water Walter Melrose Holms Waterhead Thomas Brown Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile N.E. [North East] from Moss Law A rapid Stream on the GlenKirK farm rising of "Holmes Nick" and flowing in a North East direction into the "River Tweed".
OS1/24/4/26 NETHER LEISHIE BURN Nether Leishie Burn Walter Melrose Thomas Brown 019 [Situation] About ⅝ of a Mile S.E. [South East] from Moss Law A small Stream, rising out of Glenwhappen Rig and flowing in westerly direction into the Holm's Water
OS1/24/4/26 [Page] 26 Glenholm Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 6. Trace 2
OS1/24/4/27 HOLMS WATERHEAD Holms Waterhead Holms Waterhead Walter Melrose Holms Waterhead Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ⅝ of A Mile N.W. [North West] from Glenlood Hill This name applies to a Cot one story high and in good repair, with a garden attached. Its occupied by Walter Melrose, Shepherd, And on the property of Robert Patterson Esqe
OS1/24/4/27 TRIPANS KNOWE Tripans Knowe Tripans Knowe Walter Melrose Holms Waterhead Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] South of Holms Waterhead A prominent Knowe immediately South of Holms Waterhead with Trig [Trigonometrical] Station on or near the Centre. Its bounded on the east by the Hare burn and the West by the Holms Water. The property of Robert Patterson Esqr Birthwood.
OS1/24/4/27 HARE BURN Hare Burn Hare Burn Walter Melrose Alexander Thomson 019 [Situation] East Side of Tripans Knowe A Small Stream rising out of Broomie Law and running in a Northerly direction into " Holms Water" quiet conveynant to Holms Waterhead
OS1/24/4/27 [Page] 27 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 7 Trace 1
OS1/24/4/28 UPPER GLENLOOD BURN Upper Glenlood Burn Upper Glenlood Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head Walter Melrose Holms Waterhead 019 [Situation] About 30 Chains S.W. [South West] from Glenlood Hill A small stream rising out "Glenlood Hill" and running a N.W. [North West] direction into Hare Burn
OS1/24/4/28 [Page] 28 Glenholm Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19. No [Number] 7 Trace 1 Glenharvie Burn [note on page] in p. [page] 5 -- See adjoining plan See descriptive Remarks Holms Water [note on page] in p. [page] 26 -- See adjoining plan See descriptive Remarks
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OS1/24/4/31 GLENLOOD HILL Glenlood Hill Glenlood Hill Glenloods Lawhead Lawhead Walter Melrose Holms Waterhead Alexander Thomson GlenKirK Armstrongs Co. [County] Map Johnston's Co. [County] Map 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile N [North] by [East] from Broomy Law A large and Conspicuous hill Covered with heath, and along its Summit runs the boundary between the parishes of Glenholm and Drumelzier. A Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station also stands on the top.
OS1/24/4/31 BARROW RIG Barrow Rig Barrow Rig Alexander ThomSon Glen KirK Thomas Brown Copse Head Applies to a Rig or hill, on the farm of Kingledoons. It is covered with heath And on its Summit runs the boundary between the parishes of Glenholm & Drumelzier
OS1/24/4/31 [Page] 31 Glenholm Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 7 Trace 2 Barro Rig [note on page] in p. [page] 12 Cocklie Rig [note on page] in p. [page] 16 -- For descriptive remarks See common plan
OS1/24/4/32 [Page] 32 Sheet 19 No [Number] 7 Trace 2 Broomy Law -- See Name Sheets for Sheet 19 No 7 Ph Parish] of Drummelzier
OS1/24/4/33 COOMB HILL Coomb Hill Coomb Hill Coomb Hill Coomb Thomas Brown Hope Head A. ThomSon GlenKirK Johnston's Co. [County] map Armstrong's Co. [County] map See adjoining plan 19-No [Number] -10 Ph [Parish] Drumelzier
OS1/24/4/33 BENNER LEISHIE BURN Beriner Leishie Burn Beriner Leishie Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head A Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile East from Holm Nick A Small Stream rising out of "Glenwhappen Rig" and flowing in a Northly direction into the Holms Water
OS1/24/4/33 [Page] 33 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 10 Trace 1
OS1/24/4/34 HOLM NICK Holm Nick Holm Nick Holm Nick A Thomson Glenkirk Thomas Brown Hope Head Johnston's County Map 019 [Situation] On the Southern portion of the Parish Applied to an opening between "Gathersnow Hill" and Moss Law Hill of which rises the Holm Water.
OS1/24/4/34 [Page] 34 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 10 Trace 1 Holms Water [note on page] In p. [page] 25 -- See adjoining plan Moss Law -- See adjoining plan
OS1/24/4/35 GLENWHAPPEN RIG Glenwhappen Rig Mr. Melrose Holms Waterhead Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ⅝ of A Mile S [South] of Holm NicK For descriptive Remarks. See adjoining Plan. Sheet 19 No [Number] 10 Ph [parish] of Drummelzier
OS1/24/4/35 [Page] 35 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No [Number] 10 Trace 2 Gathersnow Hill [crossed out] Comb Hill -- See adjoining trace for descriptive RemarKS
OS1/24/4/36 [Page] 36 Sheet 20 No [Number 1 Trace 1 River Tweed -- See Name Sheets for Sheet 13 No [Number] 7 Ph [Parish] of Peebles James Carpenter C. Asst [Civilian Assistant] 17th Jany [January] 1857 RD Kerr Capt RE [Captain Royal Engineers] 17th Jany [January] 1857
OS1/24/4/37 [Page] 37 [Volume] 4 OS1/24/4 NAME BOOK Co. [County] PEEBLES XI - 8 SHEET XIX.No 2,3,4,6,7,10,&.11. XX.No. [Number] 1. United Parish of BROUGHTON GLENHOLM & KILBUCHO