List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FILBERT WALK Filbert Walk Sir George Douglas Bart. [Baronet] Springwood
Mr Wemyss. Gardener.
Mr Edward Kers Gamekeeper.
009.08 This pleasant Walk is a short distance South from Springwood House and leads towards the farm through a narrow avenue closely grown over with a species of hazel, nut trees, from which it has received the name.
CHAPEL (Site of) [Chapel Park] Chapel (Site of) Sir George Douglas: Bart. [Baronet]
Statist. [Statistical] Account: of Roxburghshire.
Mr Cockburn Maxwellheugh.
Monastic Annals of Teviotdale.
009.08 Within the Chapel Park and towards the East of Springwoodhouse is the site of a chapel supposed to have been dedicated to St. Thomas. It was founded by. Herbert de Maxwell or Maccuswel who lived during the reign of David I and Malcolm IV.
CHAPEL PARK Chapel Park. Sir George Douglas. Bart. [Baronet]
Mr Wemyss. Gardener.
Mr Dryden Farm Stewart.
009.08 This large Park is South of Springwood House and has received its name from a chapel which in former times stood there belonging to the village of Maxwellheugh.

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