List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Hawick Common
Hawick Common
James Hogg Crumhaugh-hill
William Knose Meikle Whitelaw
James Sharp Hawick
025.05; 032.02 [Situation] In the centre of this Parish.
An extensive track of land belonging to the town of Hawick.
The Charter of the town and Common was granted by James Douglas of Drumlanrig October 11th 1537 and Confirmed by Queen Mary.
The Corporation of the town ride round the Marches of the Common every between the 6th & 11th June, followed by a great Company of horsemen an' [and] pedestrians, for the purpose of showing every one their proper boundary, but of late years Since it has become fenced in it does not Call so much attention in that way.
Crumhaugh Hill
Crumhaugh Hill
Crumhaugh Hill
G. Oliver Esq. Hawick
Mr W.N. Kennedy Hawick
Mr J. Hogg Farmer Crumhaughhill
J. Wilson Esq Hawick
025.11 [Situation] In the Nn. [Northern] district of this Ph. [Parish].
A considerable eminence immediately to the north of Crumhaughill farmhouse having a Trigl [Trigonometrical] Station on its summit - on the property of his Grace the Duke of Buccleuch.

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[Page] 35 Parish of Hawick Plan 25/11 Trace 1

[Signed] James Cowan C/a [Civilian assistant]

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