List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dalwick House
Dalwick House
Dalwick House
New Posso
James Ingram
James Dods
W. Paterson Sir G.G. Montgomery, Bart [Baronet]
Johnston's County Map
Armstrong's County Map
016 [Situation] Northern portion of Drummelzier Parish
A neat Mansion house in the Ornamental Gothic stile of Architecture with excellent Bowling Green and extensive and tastefully laid out pleasure grounds attached. The Mansion was Erected on the site of the old house, in the year 1836 and is the property and occasional residence of Sir John Murray Nasmyth, Bart [Baronet] of Posso. He is at present on the Continent.
Site of DAWIC Dawic 016 "The Manor was erected, in the far north of the Shire, at £20 old extant. It was divided, but at what time is not ascertained, into two Portions, Eastern and Western Dawic." The latter says Penicuick, belonged from very ancient times to the name of Veitch, a considerable family, and chiefs of their name; In the year 1296, William le Vache swore fealty
to King Edward I. for his lands in the Shire of Peebles". "Origines Parochiales Scotiae" p. [page] 202
GATEWAY (Remains of) [Daiwick House] Gateway (Remains of) James Ingram
John Fowler
016 [Situation] About 10 Chains North from Dalwick House
This is a Very Old Gateway the gate is removed - on the approach to Dalwick House. It consists of two small Round Towers pierced with loopholes, and Connected at the top by an Arch, over the Gateway from the Keystone of which projects an Iron hook where it is affirmed that in "Old times" Criminals were hanged: over this Keystone, in the Wall, is a slab with the Family arms. The Towers were entered by a small flight of steps from the outside over the sidegate - now delapidated.

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