List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dean Plantation
Deanhole & Deanfoot
Robert Gardner Farmer
Andrew Inglis Schoolmaster
Pennecuik's descript [description]
Thomsons's Atlas (Peebles)
018 [Situation] A short distance from Traquair Rig.
A young plantation on the farm of Traquair Knowe, deriving its name from that of a farmstead which no longer exists. -
BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR Bush aboon Traquair
Bush aboon Traquair
Bush aboon Traquair
Bush aboon Traquair
Bush aboon Traquair
Tytlers dissertation of Scottish Music
Comp. to Armstrongs Map of Peebles-sh. [shire]
Chalmers Caledonia
Carlisle's Top. [Topographical] & Dict. [Dictionary]
Edgars Map 1741
018 [Situation] On the left bank of the Quair about a Mile from its debouche.
Celebrated in Ballad poetry as the trysting place where "a son of Murray of Philiphaugh was wont to meet a daughter of Stewart of Traquair" - Armstrong's Traquair - The Ballad of the "the Bush aboon Traquair was" composed between the Restoration & the union! - Tytlers dissertation on Scots Music - "This celebrated Bush has

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