List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WEST TWIN LAW West Twin law Mr Roberton Farmer
Mr Roberton Junior
Estate map of Hoselawbank
010.08 A small Knoll, slightly elevated above the Surrounding country, its Situation is about 1/4 of a mile eastward from Hoselaw bank on the South Side of the road leading to Coldstream it is about to be encircled by a wall and mixed trees are to be planted on the Knoll, it belongs to the farm of Hoselawbank
EAST TWIN LAW East Twin Law Mr Roberton, Farmer
Mr Roberton Junior
Estate Map
010.08 A Knoll of similar description and appearance to West Twin Law, it is situated about 1/8 of a mile farther East, and is arable land, these are named the Twin Laws on account of their proximity, and Similarity in feature
GRADEN MOOR Graden Moor Revd [Reverend] Mr Leishman
Mr Kerr Yetholm
Mr. Borthwick Greenleas
010.11; 010.15 A tract of country that at one time was a district and separate Estate bearing this name. the land is now generally reclaimed and amalgamated with other properties but is still known by this appellation.

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