List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM LILLIE'S WELL Tom Lillie's Well W. Smith Esq. Writer. Kelso
Mr. Deppie. Gardener
James Bowhill. Roxbgh [Roxburgh] St.
009.04 This is a very old well, within the Duke of Roxburghe's Demesne, and before Teviot Bridge was erected a Ferry existed close to the well between St. James' Green, and what was then termed the Town Head. The ferryman (who resided in the house now occupied by Mr. Deppie - who rents the Dukes Garden) was called "Tom Lillie" and from whom the well got its name - he was the last of the ferrymen at this place as the erection of Teviot Bridge caused the ferry to be discontinued.

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Town of Kelso Sheet No. 1
[Signed] W. Beatty.

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