List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Maiden Cross Bog Maiden Cross Bog Mr Stoddart. Newark
Mr James Nichol Yarrow Feus
David Brunton Yarrow
011.10 This bog is situated in the valley between Fastheugh Hill, and Fauldshope Hill, from whence flows the Newark Burn. it is on the Bowhill Estate, and is the property of His Grace the Duke of Buccleuch.
Brown Moor Heights Brown Moor Heights John Orr Greendemmings
James Chisholm Selkirk
Mr. Lang Selkirk
011.16 ; 012.13 A portion of land lying to the north of the Road leading from Selkirk to Hawick, and about 3 miles from the former place.
It derives this name from having been at one time. part of the Farm of Brown Moor and the most elevated part of that Farm
It is now attached to the Farm of Howden

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Parish of Selkirk -- Sheet 11 No 10 -- Trace 2 -- Collected by William Boyd Corpl RE [Corporal Royal Engineers]

[Note Camp] -- Camp is scored out. Description reads -- No information could be obtained relative to this, but the remains of a Camp are distinctly seen, and in well defined preservation

[Note Brownmoor Heights] -- Sheet 12. No 13.

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