List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
MONLAW Monklaw
Alexander Jeffrey Esqr. Jedburgh
Stobies County Map
Ainslies Map of Scotland (1812)
021.10 [Situation] About 3/4 mile East of Timpendean Tower.
A comfortable dwelling house & out offices together with a large farm, the buildings are all slated & in good repair
Property of the Marquis of Lothian
Occupant Mr. Little
FORT (Remains of) Fort (Remains of)
Fort (Remains of)
Fort (Remains of)
Fort (Remains of)
Alexander Jeffrey Esqr.
G. Rutherford Esqr. Jedburgh
George Scott Woodman Whinyhouse
James Bell Woodman Willinscrood
Rev: [Reverend] R. Ritchie Abbey Manse Jedburgh
021.10 [Situation] About 26 chains East of Timpendean Tower.
This is the remains of a Camp or Fort on the farm of Monklaw, & at the N.E. [North East] point of Lanton Moor.
Supposed to be the remains of an ancient Strength.
CAMP (Site of) [SW of Monklaw] Camps
Alexander Jeffrey Esqr.
George Scott
James Bell
021.10 [Situation] 1/4 mile S.W. [South West] of Monklaw.
This is a name given to a Small eminence on the farm of Monklaw, it is supposed to be the site of a large roman Camp - this is the one mentioned in List of Antiquities

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Parish of Jedburgh
Plan 21.1 Trace 2

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