List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CASTLE WOOD COTTAGE Castle wood Cottage
Castle wood Cottage
Castle wood Cottage
Mr. F. Harkness Proprietor
Mr. R. Hunter Hyndhousefield
Mr. J Hopkirk Jedburgh
G. Rutherford Esqr.
021.05 [Situation] On Millie's Burn.
A small neat cottage in a secluded glen 1/2 mile south of Jedburgh, it is slated & nearly new, the property of J. Harkness by whom it is at present occupied.
Mr. F Harkness
Ainslie's Map of Scotland (1812) Mr T Elliot Jedburgh
G. Rutherford Esqr.
021.05 [Situation] At the junction of Miller's Burn and Jed Water.
A commodious dwelling house two Stories high, slated & in good repair it is adjacent to a large Woolen manufactory which bears the same name, & is nearly surrounded with a fine orchard
Proprietor Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Ewins Hobkirk
Occupant Mr. Chisholm
Jed Water
Jed Water
Fullartons Imperial Gazetteer
Johnstones County Map
Ainslies Map of Scotland
G. Rutherford Esqr. Jedburgh
015; 021; 022 [Situation] From Sn. Ph. By. N. [Southern Parish Boundary North] through central district to River Teviot.
A considerable stream having its source near the Carter Fell, its course is very crooked & picturesque & a great many antiquities are to be found on its banks; it falls into the River Teviot near Nisbet.

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Parish of Jedburgh
Plan 21.5 Trace 5

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