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Selkirkshire volume 12

Page List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks Continued entries/extra info
OS1/30/12/1 Dunsdale Mill (Woollen) Dunsdale Mill (Woollen) John Brown Esqr. James Turnbull John Turnbull 012 A large Mill on Dunsdale Haugh in which Woollen fabrics are Manufactured. It is the property of Mr W. R. Haldane of Galashiels and Rented by William Waddell & Richard Turnbull.
OS1/30/12/1 Shawburn T.P. [Turn Pike] Shawburn T. P. [Turn Pike] Name Board Janet Grieve Collector Peter Rodger Esqr Town Clerk 012 A Toll Bar at the spot where the road to Galashiels crosses the Shawburn about 3/4ths of a mile from Selkirk.
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OS1/30/12/3 Mill Haugh Mill Haugh Mr. Hall Mr. Dunn Mr. Frazer 012 A flat of waste ground along the River side, the property of the Corporation
OS1/30/12/3 Waulk Mill (Woollen) Waulk Mill Mr Crossly Proprietor Mr Johnstone Mr Brown 012 A Small Woollen Mill, formerly a waulk or Fulling mill stood here hence the name
OS1/30/12/3 Engine Works Engine Works Mr Crossly Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A block of buildings in which Engines of various descriptions are constructed, Situated a short distance north of the Railway Station.
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OS1/30/12/4 Wellwood Park Wellwood Park George Roberts Esqr Provost Henry Brown Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Town Clerk 012 A handsome mew Villa, pleasantly Situated & Overlooking the Ettrick. It is the property & residence of G. Roberts Esqr Provost of Selkirk.
OS1/30/12/4 Bridgepark Bridgepark Mrs Roberts Proprietor Mr Brown Mr Johnston 012 A fine dwelling house with garden & a small plot of Ornamental ground attached
OS1/30/12/4 Green Bank Green Bank William Brown Esqr Henry Brown Esqr John Currie Postman 012 A good commodious dwelling house facing Ettrick Terrace
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OS1/30/12/5 Dunsdale Haugh Dunsdale Haugh James Turnbull John Turnbull Inscription on Houses 012 A piece of ground extending from Ettrick Mill to Shawburn between the Road & River, on which a number of Cottages are built for the workers in Dunsdale & Ettrick Mills who chiefly occupy them.
OS1/30/12/5 Sloethorn Bank Sloethorn Bank Mr Peter Rodger Mr Lang W.S. [Writer to the Signet] Name on Cottages 012 A row of Small houses on the road from Selkirk to Galashiels & about ½ a mile from the former town, it is inhabited by the workmen Employed at the Dunsdale & Ettrick Mills
OS1/30/12/5 Dunsdale Cottages Dunsdale Cottages John Brown Esqr Henry Brown Esqr Inscription thereon 012 A row of Cottages opposite to Ettrick Mill & chiefly occupied by the Mill workers.
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OS1/30/12/6 Ettrick Mill (Woollen) Ettrick Mill (Woollen) John Brown Esqr Henry Brown Esqr Name on front of Building 012 A large andEextensive woollen Mill driven by water power only. The property of J.H. Brown & Coy [Company].
OS1/30/12/6 Pinegrove Pinegrove Mr Brown Mr Roberts Mr Johnston 012 Two Cottages lying immediately East of Dunsdale Cottages.
OS1/30/12/6 Elm Park Elm Park George Roberts Esqr Provost D. C. Alexander Advocate Peter Rodger Esqr Town Clerk 012 A pretty & commodious Villa residence, with neat terraces & lawn in front. The residence of P. Rodger Esqr.
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OS1/30/12/7 Hawthorn Bank Hawthorn Bank Richard Turnbull Esqr William Scott Collector P. Rodger Esqr Town Clerk. 012 A commodious dwelling house Situated a little to the N. [North] of Scott's Place, with garden attached the property of John Anderson Esqr Catpair Galawater
OS1/30/12/7 Knowe Park Knowe Park Mr Peter Rodger Mr Lang Mr Chisholm 012 A plain Substantial Dwelling house on the north side of the road leading from Selkirk to Galashiels & about ¼ mile from the former place. It is the residence of Mr Somerville Sheriff substitute for Selkirk.
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OS1/30/12/9 Railway Hotel Railway Hotel Mr Hall Mr Dunn Mr Frazer 012 A neat building with Stabling attached, the Property of the Tenant Mr Hogg.
OS1/30/12/9 Corn Mill Mill (Corn & Flour) Mr Hall Mr Dunn Mr Frazer 012 A large Corn & Flour Mill the property of the Corporation. A short distance South are the Gas Works for the supply of light to the town.
OS1/30/12/9 Gas Works Gas Works Mr Hall Mr Dunn Mr Frazer 012 A short distance South are the Gas Works for the supply of light to the town.
OS1/30/12/9 Mill Street Mill Street Mr Hall Mr Dunn Mr Frazer Corner Ticket 012 This name applies to that portion of the Statute labour Road leading from Greenmeadow Tan Works as for North as the Corn & Flour Mill
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OS1/30/12/10 Station Selkirk Station W.H. Wooley Station Master George Roberts Esqr Provost John Currie Postman 012 The terminus of the Selkirk & Galashiels Railway, the property of that company. The line of Rails is only 6 miles long and is worked by the North British Railway Company
OS1/30/12/10 Bridgehaugh Mill (Woollen) Bridgehaugh Mill (Woollen) Mr Dobie Proprietor Mr Roberts Mr Rodger Town Clerk 012 A large Woollen Mill Situated near the Railway Terminus, the property of Mr Dobie
OS1/30/12/10 Forest Mill (Woollen) Forest Mill (Woollen) Mr Rodgers Mr Roberts Mr Johnston Provost 012 A block of large buildings appropriated as a Woollen Mill for the manufacture of Tweed Cloth, property of Mr Roberts.
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OS1/30/12/11 Greenmeadow Tan Works Greenmeadow Tan Works Mr Mark Proprietor Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A Tolerably sized Skin & Tan Works at the south end of Mill Street, the property of Mr Mark
OS1/30/12/11 Comely Bank Comely Bank Mr Johnston Mr Roberts Mr Rodger 012 A fine Cottage with Garden & a small Portion of Ornamental Ground attached.
OS1/30/12/11 Ettrick Terrace Ettrick Terrace Corner Ticket Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A Street or Road from the Market Place and terminating a little beyond Comely Bank
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OS1/30/12/12 Hallidays Park Halliday's Park Corner Ticket Mr Rodger Mr Johnston 012 A short street branching off Ettrick Terrace & terminating at Chapel Street.
OS1/30/12/12 Buccleuch Road Buccleuch Road Mr Johnston Mr Roberts Mr Leech Heatherlieburn 012 A Road Recently constructed extending from near the Ry [Railway] Station as far S.W [SouthWest] as the T.P. [Turn Pike] near the Bridge
OS1/30/12/12 U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse UP. [United Presbyterian] Manse The Revd [Reverend] Mr Dickie Mr Rodger Mr Johnston 012 A fine cottage with garden, and a Small plot of Ornamental ground attached. at the former Exn [Examination] this house was known by the name of Ettrickbrae.
OS1/30/12/12 Raebank Raebank The Revd [Reverend] Mr Dickie Mr Rodger Mr Johnston James Brown Esqr William Brown Esqr John Currie Postman 012 A fine Cottage with garden and a Small plot of Ornamental ground attached.
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OS1/30/12/13 Chapel Street Chapel Street Corner Tickets Mr Johnstone Mr Rodger 012 A narrow Street leading from Ettrick Terrace and terminating near the End of High Street
OS1/30/12/13 Gaol Gaol Mr Johnston Mr Rodger Mr Roberts 012 A Small Castellated building appropriated as the County and Burgh Prison or Gaol. It has Eleven Cells & capable of containing 24 Prisoners.
OS1/30/12/13 Police Station Police Station Mr Frazer Mr Hall Mr Dunn 012 A Strong Stone building Situated at the Corner of Chapel Street and Ettrick Terrace, the Property of the Police Commissioners.
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OS1/30/12/14 Church Church Mr Johnstone Mr Rodger Mr Roberts 012 A large and handsome Edifice being the Parish Church. Its interior is well fitted up with pews & galleries sufficiently commodious to accomodate 1200 sitters.
OS1/30/12/14 Charity School Charity School Mr Johnston Mr Rodger Mr Brown Ettrick Terrace 012 A Small plain built Edifice occupied as a Charity School, & supported by voluntary subscriptions.
OS1/30/12/14 School School Mr Johnston Mr Rodger Mr Brown 012 A plain Edifice being the Parish School in which the Ordinary branches of an English Education are taught with Latin and French.
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OS1/30/12/15 Scott's Close Scott's Close Cover Tickets Mr Johnston Mr Rodger 012 A narrow lane leading from Chapel Street and terminating at High Street.
OS1/30/12/15 County Hotel County Hotel Mr Dryden Mr Johnston Sign Board 012 A fine Hotel and Inn with Stabling attached, the Property of Mr Dryden.
OS1/30/12/15 Branch of the Union Bank of Scotland Union Bank (Branch of) Mr Roberts Agent Mr Johnston Mr Brown 012 A Small Plain building occupied as a branch office of the Union Bank of Scotland - the Property of the Union Banking Company.
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OS1/30/12/16 Chapel Chapel Revd [Reverend] Mr Nicol Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A Small but neat Edifice of the Gothic Style at present occupied as an Independent Chapel. It was built by Sir John Murray as an Episcopal Chapel, Attached to this Chapel is a fine dwelling with some Ornamental grounds designated the "Parsonage".
OS1/30/12/16 Parsonage Parsonage Revd [Reverend] Mr Nicol Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A Small but neat Edifice of the Gothic Style at present occupied as an Independent Chapel. It was built by Sir John Murray as an Episcopal Chapel, Attached to this Chapel is a fine dwelling with some Ornamental grounds designated the "Parsonage".
OS1/30/12/16 F.C. [Free Church] Manse F. C. [Free Church] Manse Revd [Reverend] Mr Farquerson Mr William Donaldson Dr [Doctor] Burd 012 A good dwelling house with Garden attached, Occupied by the Free Church Minister.
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OS1/30/12/17 Heatherlie Heatherlie George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr John Murray Esqr Philiphaugh Name Board 012 A few Working mens cottages with gardens attached. The name is derived from an old farm so called & although no farm Steading now exists, the name belongs to the whole extent of the old Farm rather than to that portion on which the houses are built.
OS1/30/12/17 Maple Cottage Maple Cottage Revd. [Reverend] Mr Nicol Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A fine Cottage with Garden and a small portion of Ornamental ground attached.
OS1/30/12/17 Heatherlie Cottage Heatherlie Cottage Revd. [Reverend] Mr Nicol Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A fine Cottage with garden and a small plot of Ornamental ground attached.
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OS1/30/12/18 Upland Cottage Upland Cottage Mr Johnston Mr Roberts Revd [Reverend] Mr Young 012 A fine Cottage with garden and a small plot of Ornamental ground attached.
OS1/30/12/18 Heatherlieburn Heatherlieburn Mr Johnston Mr Roberts Revd. [Reverend] Mr Young 012 A fine Cottage with garden and some Ornamental ground attached.
OS1/30/12/18 The Green The Green George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Simeon Bathgate Esqr Inscription on Name Board 012 A few Working mens Cottages with gardens attached. The occupiers are chiefly Employed in the Factories.
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OS1/30/12/19 Crosskeys Inn Crosskeys Inn Sign Board 012 An old Inn of the 3rd class
OS1/30/12/19 Fleece Inn Fleece Inn Mr Mills Occupier Mr Johnston Sign Board 012 A commodious Inn of the 2nd Class with Stabling attached the property of Mr Mills
OS1/30/12/19 Branch of the British Linen Company's Bank of Scotland British Linen Compys [Companys] Bank (Branch of) Mr Mills Mr Johnston Sign Board 012 A fine building occupied as a branch office of the British Linen Company Bank of Scotland & the property of the same
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OS1/30/12/20 Queen's Head Queen's Head (P.H.) [Public House] Sign Board Peter Rodger Esqr John Currie Postman 012 An old Inn of the 3rd class, Situated at the Corner of "West Port" and "The Valley".
OS1/30/12/20 Sir Walter Scott's Monument Sir Walter Scotts Monument George Roberts Esqr Provost Peter Rodger Esqr Town Clerk 012 A colossal Statue mounted on a granite Pedestal & Protected by a Strong Metal Railing, & is almost the only ornament in the Town, except Perhaps the Town Hall Spire. It bears the following inscription. "WAVERLY" "Erected in August 1839 In proud & affectionate remembrance Sir Walter Scott Baronet Sheriff of this County From 1800 to 1832.
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OS1/30/12/21 West U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church West U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church Revd [Reverend] Mr Russell Minister Mr Lang W.S. [Writer to the Signet] James Chisholm Dean of Guild 012 A Place of worship belonging to the United Presbyterian Synod. It is distinguished from Another in the town of the same Pursuasion by having West affixed to it. And affords accomodation for 700 Sitters.
OS1/30/12/21 Manse Manse Revd [Reverend] Mr Farquharson George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr 012 A good dwelling house with garden & Ornamental ground attached. The residence of the Parish Minister.
OS1/30/12/21 Chapel Place Chapel Place Revd. [Reverend] Mr Young Mr Johnstone Mr Roberts 012 An irregular Street leading from the End of "The Valley" to Ettrick Terrace. at the former Examination it was known by the name of Backsides.
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OS1/30/12/22 The Valley The Valley Corner Tickets Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A short lane leading from West Port & terminating at the End of Chapel Place.
OS1/30/12/22 Bogies Close Bogies Close Corner Tickets Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A narrow lane or close leading from West Port & terminating at Chapel Place
OS1/30/12/22 West Port West Port George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Corner Tickets 012 A street leading from the Market Place to the Westward & terminating at The Green
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OS1/30/12/23 Kirk Wynd Kirk Wynd Corner Ticket Mr Johnstone Provost 012 A street leading from the Market Place and terminating at the North End of Castle Street.
OS1/30/12/23 Church (In Ruins) Church (In Ruins) Revd [Reverend] Mr Farquharson Mr Johnstone Mr Brown 012 A Church (built in 1748) now in Ruins which was till Recently used as the Parish Church, Situated within a large burial ground. Still used as the place of interment for the town and Parish.
OS1/30/12/23 Black Bull Black Bull (P.H.) [Public House] Sign Board 012 A good inn of the 3rd class.
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OS1/30/12/24 Market Place Market Place George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A small triangular space in which stands Sir Walter Scott's monument and a Radiated Pavement to mark the site where the Town Cross formerly stood also a weighing Machine and Public Well.
OS1/30/12/24 Robertson's Close Robertson's Close George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A narrow lane leading from the Market Place
OS1/30/12/24 Humes Close Humes Close George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A narrow lane leading from the Kirk Wynd
OS1/30/12/24 Long Close Long Close Corner Tickets Mr Johnstone Provost 012 A long narrow lane leading from the West Port & terminating at Castle Street.
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OS1/30/12/25 Town Hall Town Hall Mr Johnston Mr Roberts Mr Mills 012 A Small Public building surmounted by a Spire 110ft in height. Its interior is fitted up with a large hall for Public meetings, And the Courts of Justice. The property of the Town.
OS1/30/12/25 Flesh Market Street Flesh Market Street Corner Ticket Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A Short Street branching Easterly from the Market Place & terminating at a nameless Alley or Close.
OS1/30/12/25 First U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church 1st U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church Revd [Reverend] Mr Lawson Revd [Reverend] Mr Dickie Mr Johnston 012 A Plain built edifice the interior of which is well fitted up with Pews & Galleries Sufficiently commodious for about 750 Sitters.
OS1/30/12/25 Post Office Post Office Mr Hall Mr Frazer Mr Dunn 012 A house used for this Purpose and other business, Situated in the Market Place, the Property of the tenant Mr Turnbull.
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OS1/30/12/27 Thornyhall Nursery Thornyhall Nursery Mr Laing Mr Rodger Mr Brown 012 An Extensive Nursery Situated immediately north of Dovecot Park the Property of Mr Laing
OS1/30/12/27 Chapel Street Chapel Street G. Roberts Esqr P. Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A narrow Street Extending from Ettrick Terrace to the east end of High Street
OS1/30/12/27 High Street High Street G. Roberts Esqr P. Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 This is the Principal Street in the Town extending from the Market Place NorthEastwards to Scott's Place.
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OS1/30/12/28 Viewfield Viewfield George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr John Lang Esqr Advocate. 012 A large Self contained Villa with well laid out Woods around it with a large garden attached the residence of J. Lang Esqr Advocate.
OS1/30/12/28 Scott's Place Scott's Place George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A row of 6 or 7 Dwelling houses Situated at the east end of High Street
OS1/30/12/28 Selkirk T.P. [Turn Pike] Selkirk T.P. [Turn Pike] Mr Hall Mr Dunn Mr Frazer 012 A Toll Bar at the East End of High Street immediately on the Outskirts of the town
OS1/30/12/28 Dovecot Park Dovecot Park P. Rodger Esqr J. Lang Esqr J. Chisholm Esqr 012 A Row of Cottages with gardens attached Situated at the Eastern extremity of the Town. The ground on which they are built was originally called by this name.
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OS1/30/12/29 R.C. [Roman Catholic] School R.C. [Roman Catholic] School Mr Johnston Provost Mr Rodger Mr Brown 012 A Small edifice being the Roman Catholic School, in which are taught the ordinary branches of an English Education
OS1/30/12/29 Hermitage Hermitage Mr Hall Mr Frazer Mr Dunn 012 A good dwelling house with garden and Ornamental ground attached the property of Dr [Doctor] Clarkson
OS1/30/12/29 Mungo Park's Monument Park's Monument Mr Johnston Mr Rodger Mr Brown 012 A Statue of Mungo Park placed upon a Square Pedestal & Enclosed by a Stone Wall. It has the following inscription - "Mungo Park born at Foulshiels Selkirkshire 10th Septr [September] 1771"
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OS1/30/12/30 Back Row Back Row George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 An Old Street Running from the East End of High Street to the N. [North] End of the South Port.
OS1/30/12/30 Pine Bank Pine Bank Revd [Reverend] Mr Lawson Revd [Reverend] Mr Russell John Currie Postman 012 A good dwelling house with garden & small Plot of Ornamental ground Attached, occupied by the Revd [Reverend] Mr Lawson & the property of his mother.
OS1/30/12/30 Free Church Free Church Revd [Reverend] Mr Sorley Revd [Reverend] Mr Russell Revd [Reverend] Mr Lawson 012 A Plain built Edifice the Property of the Free Church Denomination, Seated for 800.
OS1/30/12/30 Bythorne Bythorne Mr Peter Rodger Mr Peter Lang Mr James Chisholm 012 A good Dwelling house with garden & Ornamental ground attached.
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OS1/30/12/31 Springbank Springbank Mr Rodger Mr Lang Mr Chisholm 012 A neat plain Cottage with a good garden attached.
OS1/30/12/31 Ochre Hall Ochre Hall Mr Lang W.S. [Writer to the Signet] Mr Chisholm Revd [Reverend] Mr Russell 012 A Small Cottage with Garden attached the Residence of James Inglis
OS1/30/12/31 Rose Mount Rose Mount Mr Lang Revd [Reverend] Mr Russell Mr James Chisholm 012 A Neat Plain Cottage with garden attached the Residence of George Inglis.
OS1/30/12/31 West U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse West U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse Revd [Reverend] Mr Russell Mr Lang Mr James Chisholm 012 A good dwelling house with garden attached the Residence of the officiating Minister of the West U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church.
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OS1/30/12/32 Tower Street Tower Street G. Roberts Esqr P. Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A Street leading from the High Street across Back Row to the Free Church.
OS1/30/12/32 Meeting House Close Meeting House Close G. Roberts Esqr P. Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A narrow winding lane leading from Tower Street to the Kirk Wynd.
OS1/30/12/32 Inglis Close Inglis Close G. Roberts Esqr P. Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A narrow lane leading from the Back Row to the head of Fleshmarket Street.
OS1/30/12/32 Burgh School Burgh School Mr Johnston Mr Brown Mr Roberts 012 A neat building in course of Erection, to be appropriated as the Burgh School and Endowed by the Burgh.
OS1/30/12/32 South Port South Port G. Roberts Esqr P. Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 A short street extending from the head of Kirk Wynd to the Outskirts of the Town.
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OS1/30/12/33 Castle Street Castle Street George Roberts Esqr Peter Rodger Esqr Name Board 012 An Old Street Running westwards from the head of Kirk Wynd to the Haining Gate.
OS1/30/12/33 Bog Cottage Bog Cottage Mr Johnston Mr Roberts Mr Brown 012 A Small Cottage with a garden attached.
OS1/30/12/33 Sentry Knowe Sentry Knowe Peter Rodger Esqr James Chisholm Esqr Mr Lang 012 A well Known Elevated Ridge on the South Side of the Town of Selkirk commanding an extensive view of the Surrounding Country. It is Supposed to have received this name from it having been a Practice to Post a Sentinel here to give alarm on the approach of an Enemy during the Border feuds.
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OS1/30/12/35 Rosebank Rosebank Mr Brown Mr Johnston Mr Roberts 012 A few Small Cottages with garden attached the Property of Mr Paton
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OS1/30/12/36 Selkirk Selkirk Selkirk Selkirk Selkirk Selkirk Old Stat [Statistical] Account New Stat [Statistical] Account Fullarton's Gazetteer County Directory Oliver & Boyd's Almanac 012 The burgh of Selkirk Reports the Commissioners on Municipal Corporations is said to be of Ancient foundation, but the oldest Charter Preserved is one granted by King James V dated 4th March 1535, which with Subsequent Charters granted in 1540 were Ratified by the Scottish Parliament in an act in favour of the burgh dated 28th June 1633. On a Petition from the Magistrates and Town Council the Sheriff of Selkirk after investigation Pronounced a deliverance dated 29th June 1863, delineating the boundaries of the Burgh under the "General Police and Improvement Scotland Act 1862". It is governed by a Provost & 15 Councillors.
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OS1/30/12/37 [Page] 37 [volume] 12 OS1/30/12 [Stamped] Ordnance Survey M. S. Store Southampton 29 MAR 1897 NAME BOOK OF THE TOWN OF SELKIRK Five Feet Scale
OS1/30/12/38 Index Name -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page Bridgepark -- 12 -- 21 -- 4 Bridgehaugh Mill -- 12 -- 31 -- 10 Buccleuch Road -- 12 -- 31 -- 12 Branch of the Union Bank of Scotland -- 12 -- 31 -- 15 Branch of the British Linen Company's Bank of Scotland -- 12 -- 31 -- 19 Bogies Close -- 12 -- 31 -- 22 Burial Ground -- 12 -- 31 -- 23 Black Bull (P.H. [Public House]) -- 12 -- 31 -- 23 Black Row -- 12 -- 32 -- 30 Bythorne -- 12 -- 32 -- 30 Burgh School -- 12 -- 32 -- 32 Bog Cottage -- 12 -- 32 -- 33 Corn Mill -- 12 -- 31 -- 9 Comely Bank -- 12 -- 31 -- 11 Chapel Street -- 12 -- 31 -- 13 Church -- 12 -- 31 -- 14 Charity School -- 12 -- 31 -- 14 County Hotel -- 12 -- 31 -- 15 Chapel -- 12 -- 31 -- 16 Crosskeys Inn -- 12 -- 31 -- 19 Chapel Place -- 12 -- 31 -- 21 Church (In Ruins) -- 12 -- 31 -- 23 Castle Street -- 12 -- 32 -- 33 Dunsdale Mill -- 12 -- 12 -- 1 Dunsdale Haugh -- 12 -- 22 -- 5 Dunsdale Cottage -- 12 -- 22 -- 5 Dovecot Park -- 12 -- 32 -- 28 Engine Works -- 12 -- 21 -- 3 Ettrick Mill -- 12 -- 22 -- 6 Elm Park -- 12 -- 22 -- 6 Ettrick Terrace -- 12 -- 31 -- 11 Forest Mill -- 12 -- 31 -- 10 F.C. [Free Church] Manse -- 12 -- 31 -- 16 Flesh Market Street -- 12 -- 31 -- 25 Fleece Inn -- 12 -- 31 -- 19 First U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church -- 12 -- 31 --19 Free Church -- 12 -- 32 -- 30 Green Bank -- 12 -- 21 -- 4 Gas Works -- 12 -- 31 -- 9 Greenmeadow Tan Works -- 12 -- 31 -- 11 Gaol -- 12 -- 31 -- 13 Hawthorn Bank -- 12 -- 22 -- 7 Halliday's Park -- 12 -- 31 -- 12 Heatherlie -- 12 -- 31 -- 17 Heatherlie Cottage -- 12 -- 31 -- 17 Heatherlieburn -- 12 -- 31 -- 18 Hues Close -- 12 -- 31 -- 24 High Street -- 12 -- 32 -- 27 Hermitage -- 12 -- 32 -- 29 Inglis Close -- 12 -- 32 -- 32 Knowe Park -- 12 -- 22 -- 7 Kirk Wynd -- 12 -- 31 -- 23 Long Close -- 12 -- 31 -- 24 Mill Haugh -- 12 -- 21 -- 3 Mill Street -- 12 -- 31 -- 9 Maple Cottage -- 12 -- 31 -- 17 Manse -- 12 -- 31 -- 21 Market Place -- 12 -- 31 -- 24 Mungo Park's Monument -- 12 -- 32 -- 29 Meeting House Close -- 12 -- 32 -- 32 Ochre Hall -- 12 -- 32 -- 31 Pinegrove -- 12 -- 22 -- 6 Police Station -- 12 -- 31 -- 13 Parsonage -- 12 -- 31 -- 16 Post Office -- 12 -- 31 -- 25 Pine Bank -- 12 -- 32 -- 30 Queen's Head (P.H. [Public House]) -- 12 -- 31 -- 20 Railway Hotel -- 12 -- 31 -- 9 Raebank -- 12 -- 31 -- 12 Roberton's Close -- 12 -- 31 -- 24
OS1/30/12/39 [Page] 39 INDEX [Continued] Names -- Sheet -- Plan -- Page R.C. [Roman Catholic] School -- 12 -- 32 -- 29 Rose Mount -- 12 -- 32 -- 31 Rosebank -- 12 -- 42 -- 35 Shawburn T.P [Turnpike] -- 12 -- 12 -- 1 Sloethorn Bank -- 12 -- 22 -- 5 Station -- 12 -- 31 -- 10 School -- 12 -- 31 -- 14 Scott's Close -- 12 -- 31 -- 15 Sir Walter Scott's Monument -- 12 -- 31 -- 20 Selkirk -- 12 -- 31 -- 36 Scott's Place -- 12 -- 32 -- 28 Selkirk T.P. [Turnpike] -- 12 -- 32 -- 28 Springbank -- 12 -- 32 -- 31 South Port -- 12 -- 32 -- 32 Sentry Knowe 12 -- 32 -- 33 Selkirk -- 12 -- 32 -- 36 The Green -- 12 -- 31 -- 18 The Valley -- 12 -- 31 -- 22 Town Hall -- 12 -- 31 -- 25 Thornyhall Nursery -- 12 -- 31 -- 27 Tower Sheet -- 12 -- 32 -- 32 U.P. [United Presbyterian] Manse -- 12 -- 31 -- 18 Upland Cottage -- 12 -- 31 -- 18 Viewfield -- 12 -- 32 -- 28 Waulk Mill -- 12 -- 21 -- 3 Wellwood Park -- 12 -- 21 -- 4 West U.P. [United Presbyterian] Church -- 12 -- 31 -- 21 West Port -- 12 -- 31 -- 22 West U.P. [United Prebyterian] Manse -- 12 -- 32 -- 31