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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MAYFIELD PLACE [Peebles] Mayfield Place
Mayfield Place
Mr Anderson Mayfield Place
James Gray FirKnowe
013 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile W. [West] by N. [North] of the Church
A house two stories high at west end of the Old town having a small Flower garden in front and a portion of land, enclosed by a high stone wall, at its rere, attached. It is the property and residence of Mr Anderson
Hay Lodge
Revd. [Reverend] George H. Monilaws, Manse
Mr Anderson Mayfield Place
013 [Situation] About 16 Chains N.W. [North west] of the Church
A neat and well constructed building two stories high beautifully Situated on the North Bank of the River Tweed. It has excellent offices, large vegetable garden, and som wooded and Ornamental grounds attached, and is the property and Occasional residence (Particularly in the Shooting Season) of the Earl of Weyms. It was formerly the property of the Hay family which accounts for its name

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