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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
PEEBLES RAILWAY Peebles Railway See Name Sheets for Sheet 9 No. 6 Parish of Eddleston
EDDLESTON WATER Eddleston Water See Name Sheets for Sheet 9 No. 2 Parish of Eddleston
BURIAL VAULT (Douglas Family) [Cross Church] Burial Vault (Earls of March)
Burial Vault (Earls of March )
Mr John Buchan
James Donaldson
013 [Situation] About 18 Chains N.E [North East] of the Church
An old Shapeless mound at the North Side of the cross Church, where it Said the Earls of March were formerly interred. 'Douglas' was the family name. This title is now merged In that of Wemyss
BURIAL VAULT (Hay Family) [Cross Church] Burial Vault (Hays of Haystoun Bart, [Baronet])
Burial Vault (Hays of Haystoun Bart. [Baronet])
Mr John Buchan
Mr James Donaldson
013 [Situation] About 18 Chains N.E [North East] of the Church
A house on the South side of the Cross Church, used as a burial place where the Hays of Haystoun Bart, [Baronet] and families are interred

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Town of Peebles -- Sheet 2 Trace 3

[Notes on page]
"On the north side (of the Cross Church) is the burial place of the
Earls of March, formerly a building with Old apartments above:
it is now a shapeless green mound"
Chambers Guide P: [Page] 54

*** The aisle adjoining, thickly Clothed in ivy, is that of the Hays of Haystoun,
Baronet; and it is proper to say, that at the expense of this family the whole
place is now kept in the best order"
Chambers Guide P: [Page] 54

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