List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
HOSELAW LOCH Hoselaw Loch Revd [Reverend] Mr Leishman Linton
Mr Robertor Senior
Mr Robertor Junior Hoselawbank.
010.12 A sheet of water on the farm of Hoselaw Bank, and about ¼ of a mile South from the farm House and Steading, it is of a Shallow Marshy nature particularly at the west end, where it is connected with a boggy piece of land, named "The Din moss
LOCHINCHES PLANTATION Lochinshes Plantation Rev. [Reverend] Mr Leishman
Mr Robertor Senior
Mr Robertor Junior
010.12 A small rectangular Plantation of mixed Trees, enclosed by a stone wall it belongs to the farm of Hoselawbank, and is situated on the South side of Hoselaw Loch.
CHAPEL KNOWE Chapel Knowe Revd [Reverend] Mr Leishman
Mr Robertor Senior
Mr Robertor Junior
010.12 A low Knoll close by the parish road leading from Yetholm to Coldstream, and a short distance westward from Hoselawbank it derives the name from a Chapel having stood at one time in the vicinity and supposed by some to have stood on the Knowe, no trace of the Site now exists, and no one can be found who can point out the place

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