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OS1/30/11/2

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Selkirk (Detached) (Continued) Selkirk (Detached) 015; 019 [Continued from page 1]
On the South by Ashkirk (part of) in Selkirkshire, and on the S. [South] West by Roberton in Selkirkshire.
It is all hilly Mountain pasture with the exception of 4 fields under Cultivation connected with Todrig farm - it is almost divided into two equal parts by Todrig Burn which flows through it from a S. [South] West to a N. [North] East direction.

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Parish of Selkirk (Detached)

W. Beatty


Memo -
The parish of Selkirk contains in the first place
the parish proper, in the County of ? Selkirk in which is Situated the town
of Selkirk with an acreage of 20076 acres, a
second portion the present Subject, which is
"detached", & lying about 2 miles S. [South] West, of the S. W. [South West]
Corner of the parish proper - both in the Co [County] of
Selkirk. Also two portions within the Co [County] of
Roxburgh, not detached, but divided from the
Parish proper by the Co [County] Bo [Boundary] - plying towards the East.
There is therefore no portion of Selkirk within any other Parish.
There is no portion of any other Parish within that of Selkirk.

[Pencil Note] Is not one of them Det [Detached]? omo [Ordnance Mapping Office]

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