List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BOWDENMOOR Bowdenmoor.
Robert Blackie, Farmer
Thomas Wight, Bowdenmoor
John Scott, Schoolmaster.
007.12 A good farm house one storey high, having Suitable offices, vegetable garden, and a farm of land attached, it is Situated a little to the west of Eildon Hills, and is the property of Revd. [Reverend] J.S. Kerr. _
Faughhill Moor
Faughhill Moor
Robert Blackie, Holydean
Thomas Wight, Farmer
John Scott, Bowden.
007.12 This name applies to an extensive tract of Moorland, the Surface of which is covered with rough pasture, it is Situated on the farm of Faughhill and is the property of the Duke of Roxbro'. [Roxburgh]
Lady Moss
Lady Moss
Robert Blackie, Holtdean
Thomas Wight, Bowdenmoor
John Scott, Bowden.
007.16 A Marsh from which Holydean Burn flows, it is Situated on the farm of Faughhill, and is the property of his Grace the Duke of Roxburgh

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Names described by C/a [Civil assistant] Kelly

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[Lady Moss] In the description, this originally read "A Small tract of land of a Marsh nature, through which the Holydean Burn flows...", but has various words crossed out to leave the transcribed text.

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