List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BUSH ABOON TRAQUAIR Bushaboon Traquair
Bushaboon Traquair
Bush aboon Traquair
Bush aboon Traquair
Bushaboon Traquair
Bushabon Traquair
Revt [Reverend] James Campbell Minister Traquair
William Chambers Esqr Glenormiston House
Origines Parochiales Scotiae
New Stat. Acct.[Statistical Account]
Johnston's Co [County]map
Armstrong's Co. [County] map
018 [Situation] About ⅜ of a Mile West of Damhead
This is said to have been a Considerable Wood, it was composed of Birch Trees, only five of which now remain, the rest of the enclosure having been planted with mixed wood by the Earl of Traquair. "Bush Aboon Traquair, the retreat of mutual loves, and theme of musical bards, is the place where it is said a son of Murray of Philiphaugh was wont to meet A daughter of Stewart of Traquair.

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