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TRAQUAIR MILL (Corn) Traquair Mill
Traquair Mill
Michael Eckford Traquair Mill
Andrew Inglis Traquair Riggs
018 [Situation] About ¼ of a Mile N.N.W. [North North West] of Damhead
The Mill is slated And in good repair - And Situated near the junctions of Fingland burn with the Quair Water. It is principally a barly and Corn Mill - and not extensive. There is A Small Arable farm Attached - As well As a two Storey Slated dwelling-house in excellent repair - And a garden. There are also a few one Storey Slated Cottages Contiguous, inhabited by labourers And Servants - All of which Are designated by the Same Name. Traquair Mill. The present tennant is Michael Eckford - & the proprietor. the Earl of Traquair.
Rev [Reverend] James Campbell, Traquair
Andrew Inglis, Traquair Riggs
018 [Situation] About ⅜ of A Mile N.E. [North east] of Damhead
This name is applied to a small Clachan or Village - Composed only of a few houses and inhabited by labourers And Mechanics. It is distant from Peebles about seven & three-forths Miles, And one and three quarters from Inverleithen. There is Nothing interesting or historical about it.
Traquair Riggs
Red [Reverend] James Campbell, Traquair
Andrew Inglis Traquair Riggs
Johnston's County map
018 [Situation]About ¼ of a Mile N.E.[North East] of Damhead
A few houses, including two two Storey slated & a row of one Storey thatched dwelling-houses - As well as A School house and Smith's Shop - All in good repair:- And situated near to the village or Clachan of Traquair. They are Supposed to have received their name from being Situated on an eminence or rising ground.

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