List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Capon Tree
Capon Tree
Capon Tree
A Jeffrey Esqr. Jedburgh
Mr. J Weaver Hundaleebank
Mr. Riddell Hundalee
Jeffrey's History of Roxburgh.
021.09 [Situation] 5 chains East of Hundalee Mill.
This tree derives its name from its remarkable resemblance to the hood worn by the Monks of Jedburgh and which was called a "Capon".
This name applies to a very remarkable Oak Tree & one of the remaining relics of Jed Forest, it is supposed to be upwards of one thousand years old & yet it waves its branches over a considerable extent of Ground, the tree is situated in a Small arable field called Prior's Haugh - the property of the Marquis of Lothian.
Sunnybrae Scar
Sunnybrae Scar
Mr. J Weaver
G. Rutherford Esqr. Scaur near Jedbro. [Jedburgh]
Mr. Riddell
Rev: [Reverend] R. Ritchie Abbey Manse Jedbro. [Jedburgh]
Mr. Miller Todlaw
021.09 [Situation] On the East bank of Jed Water.
A very large rocky Scaur on the Right bank of Jed Water & at a very sudden curve, it presents a very beautifull appearance when viewed from the road, & is in some places nearly perpendicular, Situated on the property of the Marquis of Lothian.
Fernyhirst Quarry
Fernyhurst Quarry
Ferniehurst Quarry
Fernieherst Quarry
Fernyherst Quarry
Ferniehirst Quarry
Mr. Rutherford Ferniehirst Mill
Ainslies Map of Scotland
Mr. Rutherford Ferniehirst Mill
A Jeffrey Esqr. Jedburgh
G. Rutherford Esqr.
021.09 [Situation] 45 chains S.E. [South East] of Todlaw.
[Ferniehirst] This is the most approved mode of spelling the name.
A small sandstone quarry on the grounds of Ferniehirst, a great many fossils have been found here "the specimens are numerous and appear to belong to Several different Species, one has been indentified by Mr. Hugh Miller and has been named Pterichthys major". Extract from Jeffrey's History of Roxbro. [Roxburgh]

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Parish of Jedburgh
Plan 21.9 Trace 3

Scar, Skair, Scarr - a cliff - Dr Jamieson's Scot. Dicty. [Scottish Dictionary]
Scar adopted here - as the mode hitherto used on Plans - JBJ.

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