List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Beechtent Lane
Beechtent Lane
Inhabitants in the neighbourhood
Mr. Robson
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Jarvis
009.04 A narrow lane extending from Roxburgh Street to Bowmont Street and Near Windy Gowl. A house called Beech Tent formerly stood on the space now used as a yard for breaking stone for the Roads. In old times poor vagrants quartered themselves in the old building, and a beech tree that grew near the house also afforded shelter It is a place of local historical interest.
ROBSON'S YARD Robson's Yard
Robson's Yard
Robson's Yard
(Mr. Robson)
Mr. Robert Trotter
Mr Hill
plan of Kelso 1852
009.04 A Yard of inferior houses off the east side of Roxburgh Street and in the neighbourhood of Chalk Heugh.
THE SLIT The slit
The slit
The slit
Mr Broomfield
Mr. Calvert
009.04 A narrow passage (or twitchill) between high Walls and buildings, there being scarcely room for two persons to pass. From Roxburgh Street to Bowmont Street, and near Windy Gowl

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