List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
STATION Jedburgh Station (Terminus)
Jedburgh Station (Terminus)
William Hartly Station Master
William Taylor Hartrigge
R Young Woodend
G. Rutherford Esqr. Jedburgh
021.02 A dwelling house and Office [2?] Storeys high slated and in good repair having a Shed and Engine House attached
GRUMPHIE SCAR Grumphie Scaur
Grumphie Scaur
William Hartly Station Master
William Taylor Hartrigge
R Young Woodend
021.02 [Situation] 19 chains N.W. [North West] of Hartrigge.
A very precipitous Scaur on the River Jed and opposite the Railway Station Situate on the Estate of Hartrigge
RUNIC ALTAR [W of Hartrigge] Cross
Runic Altar
William Taylor Hartrigge
R Yound Woodend
J B Crease Bonjedward [Neuk]
Statistical Account of Scotland VOL. III.
Lord Campbell.
021.02 [Situation] West of Hartrigge.
A large stone about 4 feet high and nearly 5 in Circumference it stood at one time at the Town foot Bridge but was removed to Hartrigge in 1843.
This stone appears to have formed part of ancient obelisk. It is covered with indistinct Characters and representations of Animals, and on the top there is a tenon for receiving the mortise of the incumbent stone. It is probably part of the Ancient Cross of Bongate.

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Grumphie a vulgar name for a Sow - Dr. Jamieson's Scot. Dicty. [Scottish Dictionary]
Scar - a bare plane on the side of a steep hill from which the sward has been washed away. Dr. Jamieson's Scot. Dicty. [Scottish Dictionary]
The mode hitherto adopted on Plans [initialed] JBJ.

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