List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Philip Haugh Philip Haugh J. N. Murray Esqr Philiphaugh
David Brunton Yarrow
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A flat tract of land extending on the north side of the River Ettrick from the junction of the Yarrow Water until nearly opposite the Town of Selkirk
It has been rendered Historical on account of the battle of Philip Haugh having been fought here in the year 1645 between the forces of General Lesley and the Duke of Montrose, part of whose "Entrenchment" for defending the Right wing of his army. are still pointed out close to Philiphaugh House this entrenchment is said to have been the last point defended by Montrose after which the "route" of his Army became general. ending in a total defeat.
It terminates opposite Ettrick Mill at Linglie Burn.
Camp Camp (Remains of) J. N. Murray Esqr Philiphaugh
David Brunton Yarrow.
011.08 A camp - the remains of which can be distinctly traced. It is of an oblong form, & is situated on Philiphaugh Home Farm

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Parish of Selkirk -- Sheet 11 No 8 -- Collected by William Boyd Corpl R.E. [Corporal Royal Engineers]

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