List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Ettrickhouse Ettrickhouse
Mr John Paterson
Mr Thomas Blythe
Mr James Dalglish
017 A small dwelling house one storey high, situated on the south side of Ettick water and nearly opposite the parish church;
Ettrick Village ( site of) Ettrick Village (site of) Mr John Paterson
Thomas Blythe
James Dalglish
017 - a village formerly stood on this spot which was barbarously destroyed about the commencement of the 18th century; several old banks mark the site of some of the houses.
Old Ettrick House ( site of) Site of Tower
Site of Tower
Site of Tower
Old Ettrick House (Site of)
Mr William Blythe Cossarshill
Mr John Paterson
Mr James Dalglish
Fullarton's Gazetteer
017 A stronghold called "Old Ettrick House". once stood on this spot, but thre are no remains of it visible but the raised ground that marks the foundation - On the same side of the stream of Ettrick, nearly opposite the church, on the same side of the stream and beneath the shadow of an existing stronghold called "Old Ettrick House", formerly stood a village which was barberously destroyed about the commencement of the 18th century

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Parish of Ettrick -- Sheet 17 No 12 Trace 5
Described by Sapper Montgomery R.E. [Royal Engineers]

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