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Peeblesshire volume 07

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info Transcriber's notes
OS1/24/7/1 PARISH OF DRUMMELZIER See Name Sheets 16 No 1
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OS1/24/7/2 [page] 2 [Faint note] -- Cocklie Rig Head on Sheet 19 -- 3 -
OS1/24/7/3 COCKLIE RIG HEAD Cocklie Rig Head Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile West from Benshaw Hill Applied to a hill on the Farm of Kingledoors covered with heath the Boundary dividing the Parishes Drumelzier and Glenholm passes of this hill. A Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Stn [Station] stands on the Summit of this hill
OS1/24/7/3 BENSHAW HILL Benshaw Hill Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Patervan A hill on Kingledoors Farm covered with heathy pasture. The Boundary seperating the Parishes of Glenholm and Drumelzier goes over this hill
OS1/24/7/3 [page] 3 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 19 No 4 -- Trace 1
OS1/24/7/4 BENSHAW BURN Benshaw Burn Thomas Fleming Kingledoors William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] West side of Benshaw hill A small stream rising [...] "Benshaw Hill" And runn[ing] in an Easterly direction till it joins "Kingledoors Bu[rn]
OS1/24/7/4 [page] 4 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 19 No 4 -- Trace 1
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OS1/24/7/5 LINKUMDODDIE Linkumdoddie Mr William Lindsay Stanhope William Graham Logan Cottage 019 [Situation] About 26 Chains W. by N. [West by North] from Patervan Applied to Site of House which once stood there, and now indicated by a few trees It is known as being the place where Burns lays the scene of one of his Songs commencing - "Willie Wastle dwalt on Tweed The place they ca'd it Linkumdoddie" etc.
OS1/24/7/5 PATERVAN Patervan W. Lindsay Stanhope W. Dalgliesh Stanhope 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile S by E. [South by East] from Benshaw Hill This name applies to a House on the Farm of Patervan; It is two Stories high, Slated, and in good repair, having suitable offices and Garden attached Property of Houston Mitchell, Esq. Mayville Leith
OS1/24/7/5 [page] 5 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 19 No 4 -- Trace 4
OS1/24/7/6 LAIGH HILL Laigh Hill W. Lindsay Stanhope W. Dalgleish Stanhope 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile E [East] from Patrevan For descriptive remarks See adjoining Plan
OS1/24/7/6 [page] 6 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 19 No 4 -- Trace 4
OS1/24/7/7 GLENKERIE RIG Glenkerie Rig Glenkerie Rig Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] Aboout ¾ of a mile S.E. [South East] from Glenlood Hill Applies to a hill on the Farm of Kingledoors. It is Covered with heath - And on the property of James Giles, Esqr. Kellzie
OS1/24/7/7 GLENLOOD HILL Glenlood Hill Glenlood Hill Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Kingle Rig See adjoining trace for descriptive remarks Sheet 19 No. 3 Broughton Glenholm & Kilbucho
OS1/24/7/7 GLENKERIE BURN Glenkerie Burn Glenkerie Burn Thomas Brown Alezander Thomson [Situation] West side of Glenkerie Rig For descriptive remarks See adjoining trace
OS1/24/7/7 [page] 7 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 19 No 7 -- Trace 1
OS1/24/7/8 GLENLOOD HILL Glenlood Hill Glenlood Hill Mr A Veitch Kingledoors Mr Paterson Drummelzier 019 [Situation] About 5/8 of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Glenkerie Rig A Considerable hill Covered with heathy pasture situated on the Farm of Kingledoors. On it stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station
OS1/24/7/8 BARROW RIG Barrow Rig Barrow Rig Thomas Brown Alexander Thomson 019 [Situation] On En. [Eastern] Parish Boundary A hill feature or ridge of high land on the boundary between Drummelzier and Broughton, Glenholm and Kilbucho
OS1/24/7/8 [page] 8 Parish of Drummelzier -- Sheet 19 No. 7 -- Trace 1
OS1/24/7/9 KINGLE RIG Kingle Rig Kingle Rig Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile S.E. [South East] from Glenlood Hill Applies to a hill on the Farm of Kingledoor's It is covered with heathy pasture. And on its Summit is a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station
OS1/24/7/9 BROOMY LAW Broomy Law Broomy Law Mr Veitch Kingledoors Mr Brown Bield 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Kingle Rig A Considerable Elevation Situated on the Farm of Kingledoors, It is on the property of Mr Giles, Kailzie
OS1/24/7/9 GLENKERIE BURN Glenkerie Burn Glenkerie Burn A. Thomson Glenkirk Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of a Mile S.E [South East] from Broomy Law See adjoining trace for descriptive remarks
OS1/24/7/9 [page] 9 Drumelzier Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 7 -- trace 2
OS1/24/7/10 HARE BURN Hare Burn Hare Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a mile South from Broomy Law See adjoining tr [trace] for descriptive Remar [remarks]
OS1/24/7/10 BROOMY LAW Broomie Law Broomie Law Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile S. by W. [South by West] from Glenlood Hill For descripti [descriptive] remarks See adjoining trace
OS1/24/7/10 [page] 10 Glenholm Parish -- Sheet 19 No. 7 -- Trace 3
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OS1/24/7/11 GLENKERIE BURN Glenkerie Burn Glenkerie Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of a Mile SE. [South East] from Broomy Law A Small but rapid Stream rising out of the North Side of "Broomie Law" and flowing in a westerly direction into "Kingledoors Burn"
OS1/24/7/11 [page] 11 Drumelzier Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 7 -- Trace 3
OS1/24/7/12 KINGLEDOORS BURN Kingledoors Burn Kingledoors Burn A Thomson Glenkirk Thomas Brown Hope Head [Situation] About ½ Mile East from Kingle Rig For descriptive re [remarks] See adjoining plan
OS1/24/7/12 [page] 12 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 19 No. 7 -- Trace 3
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OS1/24/7/13 BENSHAW BURN Benshaw Burn Benshaw Burn Mr A Thomson Glen Kirk Mr Thomas Brown Hopehead [Situation] About 8 Chains N.W. [North West] from Kingledoors See adjoining Plan
OS1/24/7/13 BENSHAW HILL Benshaw Hill Benshaw Hill Mr A Thomson Glenkirk Mr Thomas Brown Hopehead [Situation] About 30 chains N.W. [North West] from Kingledoors See adjoining Plan
OS1/24/7/13 [page] 13 Parish of Drumelzier -- sheet 19 No. 8 -- Trace 1
OS1/24/7/14 GLENKIELY BURN Glenkiely Burn Glenkiely Burn Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Alexander Veitch Shepherd at Kingledoors 019 [Situation] Runs W. [West] side of Cocklie Rig A small Stream rising at the Southern base of "Cocklie Rig H [Head] and running betwixt " Glenkerie and "Cocklie Rig to Kingledoors B [Burn]
OS1/24/7/14 COCKLIE RIG Cocklie Rig Cocklie Rig A. Thomson Glenkirk A. Veitch Shepherd at Kingledoors 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Kingledoors A long heathy hill on Kingledoors farm, lying betwixt "Glenkiely Bu [Burn] on the west and "Benshaw Burn" on the north east
OS1/24/7/14 [page] 14 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 8 -- Trace 1
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OS1/24/7/15 CHESTER KNOWES Chesterknows Chesterknows Chester Knows Mr Tweedie of Patervan Mr Cook Polmood Johnston's Co. [County] map 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of A Mile East from Kingledoors A circular Entrenchment about 3 feet high north of Polmood. supposed to be the remains of a Roman Camp, but more properly believed to have been a fold for the security of Cattle It is on the Property of Mr Mitchell of Mayville near Leith.
OS1/24/7/15 [page] 15 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 8 -- Trace 3
OS1/24/7/16 KINGLEDOORS Kingledoors Kingledoors Kingledoors Kingledoors Mr Ecclesfield Crook Inn James Fleming Occupant Johnston's Co. [County] map Armstrong's Co. [County] map 019 [Situation] About ¾ of A Mile N.W [North West] from Polmood A good two story slated dwelling house, with corresponding offices and a considerable farm of attach [attached] Consisting chiefly of heathy pas [pasture] The Property of Mr J. Giles of Kail [Kailzie] near Peebles) Occupied by Thomas Fl [Fleming]
OS1/24/7/16 [page] 16 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 8 -- Trace 2
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OS1/24/7/17 POLMOOD HILL Polmood Hill See Name Sheets 20 No. 5
OS1/24/7/17 [page] 17 Patervan Burn -- Mr W Dalgleish Stanhope -- Mr John Murray Harestanes -- For Descripte [Descriptive] Remarks See Name sheets 20 No. 5
OS1/24/7/18 NETHER GLACK Nether Glack Nether Glack Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Veitch shepherd (at Kingledoors) 019 [Situation] About ¾ of A Mile S.W [South West] from Kingledoors This name applies to a glen through whi [which] runs a small stream rising on the heights betwixt "Crook Head & "Quilt Hill" & runs in a nor [north] westerly direction to "Kingledoo [Kingledoors] Burn" on either side of it ar [are] some stunted trees.
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OS1/24/7/19 QUILT HILL Quilt Hill Quilt Hill J Brown Hope Head Alexander Veitch shepherd at Kingledoors 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile S.W. [South West] from Kingledoors A considerable heathy hill on "Kingledoors farm" the continuation of "Nickle Beard" & north of "Crook Head"- along its western base runs "Nether Glack"
OS1/24/7/19 [page] 19 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 8 -- Trace 5
OS1/24/7/20 NICKLEBEARD HILL Nicklebeard Hill Nicklebeard Hill J Fleming Kingledoors Mr A Veitch Kingledoors 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a mile South from Kingledoors This name applies to a middling si [sized] heathy hill on "Kingledoors farm" between "River Tweed" and "Kingle Burn" 8 or 10 chains south of [the] farm house - approaching " Crook [Inn] on the road leading from Edin [Edinburgh] it is the first of a range of hi [hills] extending southwards. There [is] a trigl. [Trigonometrical] station on it.
OS1/24/7/20 QUILT BURN Quilt Burn A Veitch shepherd at Kingledoors J. Fleming Kingledoors 019 ; 020 [Situation] Runs East from Quilt Hill An insignificant stream rising fr [from] drains at the eastern base of "Qu [Quilt] Hill" & crossing the Edinbro and Moffat [road] under a small bridge runs into the Tweed
OS1/24/7/20 [page] 20 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 8 -- Trace 5
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OS1/24/7/22 [page] 22 Parish of Drummelzier -- Sheet 19 No. 8 -- Trace 6 "The lands of Polmood or Powmood were possessed from an early time by the hunters who are said to have held them for the service of a bow and a broad arrow when the King came to hunt, on Yarrow according to the terms of a fabulous charter which is well known. The manor Place stood on the burn of Polmood where it flows into the Tweed". -- Origines Parochiales Scotiae Vol [Volume] 1, page 20 [204] "Polmood is a small but neat seat on the banks of Tweed with a few trees to skreen it from the piercing blasts that thrill through this narrow chasm. The whole of this estate belongs to the surname of Hunter who claim a precedency to any other family of the same name and are to posses an original charter which Dr [Doctor] Pennecuik copies. But from the strictest enquiry no such charter though there is strong presumption that William the Lyon did make a similar grant of land to Norma [Norman] Hunter a refugee who followed the Norman Conqueror into England fled from the arbitrary oppression of his successors to seek shelter in Scotland". -- Armstrongs Descripn. [Description] of Drum [Drummelzier]
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OS1/24/7/23 POLMOOD (Ruins of) Polmood Polmood John Murray Haerstanes William Cook Polmood 019 [Situation] About ¾ of A Mile S.E. [South East] from Kingledoors The ruins of an ancient building "said to have been a hunting seat of one or more of the Kings of Scotland" It has evidently been a place of some note - although never apparently of great dimensions, the walls are still standing which are about 2 feet thick & very much defaced, & bearing indication of its having been inhabited for a considerable time past On a stone over one of the interior doors are the initials R. H. with a heart & the date 1678, & the same characters appear on a Corse stone leaning against the ruins with the exception of the date which is 1638
OS1/24/7/23 POLMOOD Polmood Polmood Polmood Polmood John Murray Harestanes William Cook Polmood Johnston's Co. [County] map Armstrong's Co. [County] map 019 [Situation] About ¾ of A Mile S.E. [South East] from Kingledoors This name applies also to a small one Story slated farm house, with corresponding office houses, and a small arable farm of land attached. Occupied by William Cook -- all of which is the Property of one Mr Mitchell of Mayville, near Leith.
OS1/24/7/23 [page] 23 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 8 -- Trace 6
OS1/24/7/23 For more information see page 22.
OS1/24/7/24 [page] 24 [Faint note] -- Polmood Farm -- Write
OS1/24/7/25 GATHERSNOW HILL Gathersnow Hill Gathersnow Hill Gather Snow Hill Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Johnsotn's Co. [County] map 019 [Situation] West of Glenwhappen Rig A large & conspicuous hill covered with heath, and on its Summit Stands a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station, and an undefined boundary dividing the Counties of Lanark & Peebleshire. It Stands of the Kingledoors farm
OS1/24/7/25 [page] 25 Drumelzier Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 10 -- Trace 1
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OS1/24/7/27 [page] 27 Drumelzier Ph [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 10 -- Trace 2
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OS1/24/7/28 GLENWHAPPEN RIG Glenwhappen Rig Glenwhappen Rig Walter Melrose Holm's Waterhead Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 ; 023 [Situation] East of Gathersnow Hill Applies to a hill Standing on the farm of "Kingledoors" It is Covered with heath on its Summit are the Junction of Boundary between Glenhom & Drumelzier leaving the County of Lanark on the on the W. [West] Side
OS1/24/7/28 GLENWHAPPEN BURN Glenwhappen Burn Walter Melrose Holm's Waterhead Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 ; 023 [Situation] Runs South from Glenwhappen Rig A Small Stream rising out of Glenwhappen Rig & flowing in a easterly direction into the Kingledoors Burn
OS1/24/7/28 [page] 28 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 19 No. 10 -- Trace 2
OS1/24/7/29 COOMB HILL Comb Hill Comb Hill Coomb Hill Coomb Hill Coomb Hill Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Hope Head Mr A. Veitch Mr Brown Kingledoors Mr Paterson Kingledoors 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile West from Glengarry Knowe Applies to a hill Standing On the farm of "Kingledoors" It is Covered with heathy pasture And along its Summit runs the boundary between the parishes of Drumelzier And Glenholm. A trig [Trigonometrical] Station also stands on the top.
OS1/24/7/29 COOMB BURN Comb Burn Comb Burn Coomb Burn Coomb Burn Coomb Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk Mr A Veitch Mr Brown Kingledoors Mr Paterson Drummelzier 019 [Situation] Runs South of Glengarry Knowe A stream rising out of "Comb Hill" and running in a S.E. [South East] direction into Kingledoors Burn.
OS1/24/7/29 [page] 29 Sheet 19 No 11 -- Traces 1 & 3
OS1/24/7/30 HARE BURN Hare Burn Hare Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of a Mile N.E. [North East] from Glengary Knowe A stream rising o [out] of the S.E. [South East] Side of Co [Coomb] Hill and flowing in [a] S.E. [South East] direction into King [Kingledoors] Burn.
OS1/24/7/30 GLENBOW BURN Glenbow Burn Glenbow Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of a Mile S.E. [South East] from Glengary Knowe A small Stream rising out of the Wes [West] Side of Upper Oliver [Dod] And running in a N.E. [North East] direction into Kingle [Kingledoors] Burn.
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OS1/24/7/31 CRAIGENGAR Craigengar Craigengar Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile South from Glengary Knowe This name applies to a hill covered with heath It stands on the farm of Kingledoor's; & the property of James Giles Esqr. Kellzie.
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OS1/24/7/32 UPPER OLIVER DOD Upper Oliver Dod Upper Oliver Dod Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile S.E. [South East] from Glengary Knowe Applies to a hill Cov [covered] with Rough pasture. It [is] on the farm of "Kingledo [Kingledoors] And on the property of James Giles, Esqr. Kelzie
OS1/24/7/32 BLACK KNOWE Black Knowe Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thomson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile S.E. [South East] from Glengary Knowe A little hill Standing [on] the Farm of "Kingledoo [Kingledoors] It is Covered with hea [heathy] pasture and at its b [base] on the North Side flo [flows] Kingledoors Burn
OS1/24/7/32 [page] 32 Sheet 19 No 11 -- Traces 4 & 5
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OS1/24/7/33 KINGLEDOORS BURN Kingledoors Burn Kingledoors Burn J. Fleming Kingledoors Thomas Brown Hope Head [Situation] Runs E [East] side of Glengary Knowe For descriptive remarks see common sheet
OS1/24/7/33 [page] 33 Sheet 19 No 11 [Faint note] -- Kingledoors Burn See 19 - 12
OS1/24/7/34 GLENGARY KNOWE Glengary Knowe Glengary Knowe James Fleming Kingledoors Thomas Brown Hope Head 019 [Situation] About ½ mile North from Craigengar A small round Shaped eminence on the farm of Kingledoors. It is covered with heathy pasture, on the summit of which stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station The property of J. Giles Esq
OS1/24/7/34 STAB SYKE Stabsyke Burn . Stab Syke Stab Syke J. Fleming Kingledoors Alexander Thomson Glenkirk Mr Veitch Kingledoors Mr Paterson Drummelzier 019 [Situation] East side of Glengary Knowe A small Stream which derives its Source from "Glengary Knowe" and runs in an Southerly cour [course] into Kingledoors Burn
OS1/24/7/34 [page] 34 Sheet 19 No 11 -- Trace 1
OS1/24/7/35 CROOK HEAD Crook Head Crook Head John Murray Harestanes Alexander Veitch Kingledoors 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile N. [North] from Nether Oliver Dod. A Considerable heathy hill on the farm of Kingledoors, being the Continuation of "Crook Hill & east of "Nether Oliver Dod" The Property of Mr J Giles, Esqr. of Kailzie (near Peebles
OS1/24/7/35 GLENMORE BURN Glenmore Burn John Murray Hairstanes Alexander Veitch shepherd (at Kingledoors 019 [Situation] S.E [South East] side of Crook Head A small stream rising at the foot of Crook Head, runs in a S [South] easterly direction along the parish boundary, the bases of Crook Hill, & Tawny Knowes, to within a couple of chains of Crook Inn, thence in a northerly direction crossing the road leading from Moffat, to Edinbro, [Edinburgh] under a small bridge from which it again forms the parish boundary nearly at its junction with the "River Tweed"
OS1/24/7/35 TAWNY KNOWES See adjoining Trace
OS1/24/7/35 [page] 35 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No. 12 -- Trace 2
OS1/24/7/36 NETHER OLIVER DOD Nether Oliver Dod Nether Oliver Dod Nether Dod John Murray Hairstanes Mr Ecclesfield Crook Inn Johnston's Co. [County] map 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile West from Tawny Knowes A considerable hill consisting of rough and heathy pasture, along its summit runs t [the] parish boundary between "Drumelzier and Twee [Tweedsmuir] the Drumelzier side is on "Kingledoors farm" [& is] the Property of Mr Giles of Kailzie (near P [Peebles] the Tweedsmuir side is on the Crook farm [& is] The property of the Earl of Wemyss. There [is] a trigl [Trigonometrical] station on it
OS1/24/7/36 AUCHENGOUR BURN Auchengour Burn Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Veitch (shepherd at Kingledoors 019 [Situation] West side of Nether Oliver Dod A small stream which rises on the height between "Nether Oliver Dod & Upper Oliver [Dod] and runs into "Kingledoors Burn"
OS1/24/7/36 UPPER GLACK Upper Glack Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Veitch (shepherd at Kingdoors 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Nr [Nether] Oliver Dod A narrow glen though which runs a small stream which rises in "Nether O [Oliver Dod] and runs into "Kingledoors Burn"
OS1/24/7/36 [page] 36 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 12 -- Trace 1
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OS1/24/7/37 TAWNY KNOWES Tawny Knowes John Murray Hairstanes Alexander Veitch (shepherd) at Kingledoors 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile East from Crook Head An irregular middling sized heathy hill consisting of a number of points of Knowes, along the southern and eastern base of which runs "Glenmore Burn - & is on the farm of Kingledoors
OS1/24/7/37 [page] 37 Parish of Drumelzier -- Sheet 19 No 12 -- Trace 3
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OS1/24/7/39 FINGLAND BURN Fingland Burn Fingland Burn Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope James Renwick Rigs [Situation] Southern Portion of the Parish A Small Stream rising at the Base of Hill Shaw Head, and running in N. E. [North East] direction to Kingledoors Burn. The property of Mr Giles
OS1/24/7/39 [page] 39 Drumelzier Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 14 -- Trace 1
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OS1/24/7/41 NETHER CULE BURN Nether Cule Burn Nether Cule Burn Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope James Renwick Rigs 019 [Situation] About 5/8 of A Mile N [North] from White Knowe head Applies to a Small Stream rising out of GatherSnow Hill. on the Kingledoor's farm. and running in a easterly direction into Kingledoor's Burn.
OS1/24/7/41 BINNER CULE BURN Binner Cule Burn Binner Cule Burn Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope James Renwick Rigs 019 [Situation] Immediately West from Nether Cule Burn A Small Stream on the Kingledoor farm & running in a easterly direction into Kingledoor Burn
OS1/24/7/41 [page] 41 Drumelzier Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 14 -- Trace 2
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OS1/24/7/43 HILLSHAW HEAD Hillshaw Head Hillshaw Head Hillshaw Browhead Hillshaw Browhead James Rennick Rigs Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope Johnston's Co. [County] map Armstrong's Co. [County] map 019 [Situation] S.W. [South West] Boundy [Boundary] of the Co [County] of Peebles A prominent hill covered with heath, And along its Summit, runs an undefined boundary, dividing the County of Lanark & Peebles. Its party [partly] on the "Kingledoor farm and on its Summit Stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station.
OS1/24/7/43 SCABMENOW BURN Scabmenow Burn Scabmenow Burn J. Renwick Rigs Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile S.E. [South East] from Hillshaw Head A small Stream on the Kingledoor farm. rising out of Hillshaw Head & running in a Easterly direction into Kingledoor's Burn
OS1/24/7/43 [page] 43 Drumelzier Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 14 -- Trace 3
OS1/24/7/44 [page] 44 [Faint note] -- Kingledoors Burn -- to Write Glenwhapple Burn -- to Write Gathersnow hill -- to Write Coomb Dod -- to Write
OS1/24/7/45 WHITE KNOWE HEAD Whiteknowe Head Whiteknowe Head White Knowe Head James Renwick Rigs Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope Johnston's Co. [County] map 019 ; 023 [Situation] About 1 Mile S.E. [South East] from Hillshaw Head Applies to a hill covered with heath and along its eminence, runs the Boundary between the parishes of Drumelzier & Tweedsmuir. also a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station Stands on its Centre. Its the property of Mr Nichols Kanefield
OS1/24/7/45 [page] 45 Drumelzier Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 19 No. 14 -- Trace 4
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OS1/24/7/47 HOPEHEAD Hopehead Hopehead Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About 5/8 of A mile North from Glenmuck Heights A small stone building on the farm of Kingledoor's. It is Ane story high, And in good repair. occupied by the Shepherd. The property of James Giles Esqr. Kelzie.
OS1/24/7/47 [page] 47 Sheet 19 No 15 -- Drumelzier Ph [Parish]
OS1/24/7/48 GLENMUCK BURN Glenmuck Burn Glenmuck Burn Thomas Brown Alexander Thompson 019 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Bank Head A small stream rising out of Glenmuck Height and flowing in a Northerly direction into Kingledoors Burn.
OS1/24/7/48 [page] 48 Sheet 19 No 15 -- Drumelzier Ph. [Parish]
OS1/24/7/49 GLENWHAPPEN BURN Glenwhappen Burn Thomas Brown Hope head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About ½ Mile N.W. [North West] from Gelnmuck Heights See adjoining Plan for descriptive remarks
OS1/24/7/49 BANK HEAD Bank Head Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of a Mile N.E. [North East] from Glenmuck Heights Applies to a hill on the farm of Kingledoors It is covered with rough pasture. the property of James Giles Kelzie.
OS1/24/7/49 [page] 49 Sheet 19 No 15 -- Drumelzier Ph. [Parish]
OS1/24/7/50 GLENMUCK HEIGHT Glenmuck Height Glenmuck Height Thomas Brown Hope Head Alexander Thompson Glenkirk 019 [Situation] About 3/8 of A Mile S. W. [South West] from Bankhead Applies to a hill on [the] farm of Kingledoors. [It] is covered with heat [heathy] pasture. The proper [property] of James Giles Esqr. K [Kelzie]
OS1/24/7/50 UPPER OLIVER DOD Upper Oliver Dod Thomas Brown Alexander Thompson 019 [Situation] About ¾ of a Mile N.E [North East] from Bank Head See adjoining Plan for descriptive remarks
OS1/24/7/50 [page] 50 Sheet 19 No. 15 -- Drumelzier & Tweedsmuir
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OS1/24/7/51 COOMB DOD Coomb Dod Coomb Dod Coomb Dod Comblaw Dod Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope James Renwick Rigs Mr Veitch Kingledoors Johnston's Co. [County] map 019 [Situation] About 5/8 of a Mile N.W. [North West] from Glenwhappen Dod A prominent Hill Covered with heath. & partly on the "Kingledoor's farm. dividing the Counties of Peebles & Lanark and on its eminence Stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station.
OS1/24/7/51 KINGLEDOORS BURN Kingledor's Burn Kingledor's Burn Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope James Renwick Rigs [Situation] N.W. [North West] side of Glenwhappen Dod A large and rappid burn rising. at the base of " Comb Dod"- winding its way in a easterly direction and passing thro a Stone Bridge on the road leading from Peebles to Moffat. Until it Joins the River Tweed at Pattervan
OS1/24/7/51 [page] 51 Drumelzier Ph. [Parish] -- Sheet 23 No. 2 -- Trace 1
OS1/24/7/52 GLENWHAPPEN DOD Glenwhappen Dod James Renwick Rigs Thomas Brown Kingledoor Hope 019 ; 023 [Situation] About 5/8 of A Mile S.E. [South East] from Coomb Dod An eminence on the "Glenbreck farm", Covered with heath & dividing the parishes of Drumelzier & Tweedsmuir And on this Summit, Stands a Trigl [Trigonometrical] station. Mr Nichol. Proprietor
OS1/24/7/52 [page] 52 Drumelzier Parish -- Sheet 23 No. 2 -- Trace 1 [signed] R D Kerr Capt RE [Captain, Royal Engineers] 20 Decr [December] 1856 -- James Carpenter C.A. [Civilian Assitant] 20th Decr. [December] 1856
OS1/24/7/53 [page] 53 OS1/24/7 7 [stamped] ORDNANCE SURVEY M.S. [MANUSCRIPT] STORE -- 5 MAR 1897 -- SOUTHAMPTON NAME BOOK Co. [COUNTY] PEEBLES SHEETS 19 No. 3, 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15. 23 No. 2 PARISH OF DRUMMELZIER.
OS1/24/7/54 [Page] 54 INDEX Parish of Drummelzier -- 1 Auchengour Burn -- 36 Benshaw Hill -- 3 Barrow Rig -- 8 Broomy Law -- 9 Benshaw Burn -- 13 Black Knowe -- 32 Binner Cule Burn -- 41 Bank Head -- 49 Cocklie Rig Head -- 3 Cocklie Rig -- 14 Chester Knowes (Fort Remains of ) -- 15 Coomb Hill -- 29 Coomb Burn -- 29 Craigengar -- 31 Crook Head -- 35 Coomb Dod -- 51 Fingland Burn -- 39 Glenkerie Rig -- 7 Glenlood Hill -- 7 & 8 Glenkerie Burn -- 7 Glenkiely Burn -- 14 Gathersnow Hill -- 25 Glenwhappen Rig -- 28 Glenwhappen Burn -- 28 Glenbow Burn -- 30 Glengary Knowe -- 34 Glenmore Burn -- 35 Glenmuck Burn -- 48 Glenmuck Heights -- 50 Glenwhappen Dod -- 52 Hare Burn -- 30 Hopehead -- 47 Hillshaw Head -- 43 Kingle Rig -- 9 Kingledoors Burn -- 51 Kingledoors -- 16 Laigh Hill -- 6 Nether Glack -- 18 Nicklebeard Hill -- 20 Nether Oliver Dod -- 36 Nether Cule Burn -- 41 Patervan -- 5 Polmood Hill -- 5 Polmood (Ruins of) -- 23 Polmood -- 23 Quilt Hill -- 19 Quilt Burn -- 20 River Tweed -- 37 Stob Syke -- 34 Scabmenow Burn -- 43 Tawny Knowes -- 35 Upper Oliver Dod -- 32 Upper Glack -- 36 White Knowe Head -- 45