List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Kirk Yetholm
Kirk Yetholm
Revd [Reverend] J. Baird
Johnston's County Map
Mr T. H. Tait Teacher
016.04 An irregular built village Consisting chiefly of Cottages one story high and thatched, There is neither a Butcher or Baker in the village but there are a few small shops for groceries and three Public Houses. The village has been noted for some Centuries as the Headquarters of a Tribe of Gipsies but very few of the descendants of the original tribe are now remaining. The Marquis of Tweeddale is superior of the Manor. The Church and P [Public] School are within the village.
Stae Roughhill
Stae Rough Hill
Staerough Hill
Revd [Reverend] J Baird
Mr T. H. Tait, Teacher
Mr William Henderson, Teacher
Mr Glass Hayhope
Lease of Hayhope Farm
Map of Estate
Charles Robson Esq Kelso Factor
017.01 A Considerable hill on the farm of Yetholm Mains a portion of which is steep and rugged, The origin of the name is not known, it is the property of John Waldie, Esqr. Hendersyde Park

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Parish of Yetholm
Sheet 17-1
Collected by C. E. Hewitt, Sapr. R.E [Sapper Royal Engineers]

Staerough Hill adopted

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