List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOWN YETHOLM Town Yetholm Revd [Reverend] John Baird
Mr Henderson Teacher
Statistical Account
016.04 A well built village of considerable size, situated in a pleasant valley at the north base of the Cheviot Hills and 7 1/2 miles distant from Kelso here there are three Inns (of which one is Temperance), Post Office, Public Library and a station for the Co [County] Police. The rest comprises tradesmen, Cottiers, and Feuars or small Farmers who have houses in very long leases and rent a portion of land from the ower [owner] of the soil. A large wool and Lamb fair is held here in the month of July annually. The entire Village is the property of Andrew Wauchope Esqr of Niddrie.
YETHOLM HAUGH Yetholm Haugh Revd [Reverend] John Baird
Mr Henderson
Mr George Kerr
016.04 A tract of land extending from the junction of "The Stank" with Bowmont Water along the banks of the latter in a westerly direction for about a mile. It is composed of Rough pasture interspersed with Furze, and is let as common to the Feuars of Yetholm who pasture Cattle thereon, at a stated price per head annually. it is the property of A Wauchope Esqr, of Niddrie.

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Parish of Yetholm
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