List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
LADY BENNET'S WELL Lady Bennet's Well
Lady Bennet's Well
Lady Bennet's Well
(William Bennet the younger of Grubbet, Member of Scotch parliament 1692-1706)
Mr. Lamb
Mr. Bowhill
Hays history of Kelso
009.04 An old spring of exellent water issuing from a large coppernosed pipe fixed at the expence of Lady Bennet (of Grubbet) who resided near the spot about the year 1700.
Bellevue Cottage
Bellevue Cottage
Mr. Stoddard, advocate, occr. [occupier]
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Bonar
Mr. Waldie
009.04 A good house on the South side of Bowmont Street, occupied by Mr. Stoddard, author of a work on Angling in the Tweed and other neighbouring waters.
LILLIE'S CLOSE Parliament close
Lillie's close
Lillie's close
Lillie's close
Mr. Andrew Thompson. Pt. [Parliament] close
Mr. Craig. Builder. Horse market
Mr. Robson
009.04 A row of inferior houses with gardens in part, off the North side of Roxburgh Street. The name of this close is not very permanent, changing with every new owner. It has been called Lillie's Close some years. It is sometimes called Parliament close. No name vd. [verified].

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