List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of LOUR Lour Mr J. Ingram Bellspool
James Dods W. [Wester] Dalwick
Andrew Stewart Shepherd
016 [Situation] About 3/4 of A Mile N.E [North East] from Dalwick House.
This is the site of the old Peelhouse of Lour. All that now remains is a Confused Number of old banks the foundations of the walls evidently; the place is surrounded by an old bank. There is no tradition as to the person or family who resided here; neither can the place where the stone axe was found, be pointed out, which "Armstrong" mentions.
Lour Burn
Lour Burn
Lour Burn
James Ingram
James Dods
Andrew Stewart
Johnston's Co [County] Map
016 [Situation] Passes East Side of Lour
A Stream which rises on the Estate of Dalwick, at the base of a Hill called " Lour Burn Head" and flows Northward to where it is Joined by the Dead Wife's Burn - where it becomes the Parish Boundary; thence Westward to Dalwick Hill where it falls into the River Tweed.

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Parish of Drummelzier -- Sheet 16 No. 3 Trace 2

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