List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Earl's Hill Earl's Hill
Earl's Hill
Earl's Hill
Earl's Hill
Earl's Hill
Mr. William Graham Riskinhope
Mr. James Lealglish Craighill
Mr. John Laidlaw Chapelhope
County Map
W. Copeland Esq Factor Thirlestane
013 A hill on the farm of Riskinhope, over which the boundary between the parish of Ettrick and Yarrow crosses; it is situated about a mile to the east of Riskinhope, on the north side of Whithope Burn.
Kye Sike Kye Sike
Kye Sike
Kye Sike
John Laidlaw
James Dalglish
William Graham
013 A small stream rising on the side of Earl Hill, and running into Whithope Burn
Site of Chapel Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
Site of Chapel
New Statistical Account of Berwickshire
Chalmers Caledonia
Fullarton's Gazetteer
013 Near the farmhouse of Chapelhope (on the side of the lakes) is the place of steading of another chapel. It is now grown over with moss, but the enclosure and form of the foundations of the chapel are still perfectly distinct. There is yet something like the appearance of the rows of grave; and not many years back some "muggers" deposited in these romantic, and sequestered graves the remains of one of their dead.

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Parish of Ettrick -- Sheet 13 Traces 2 - 3 & 6
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