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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Stow (part of) Stow (part of) [Continued] -- Its frontier for two miles on the South West, is part of the district of Tweedside, and is washed along the margin by the Tweed -
The whole parish anciently bore the name of "Wedale" - i.e. "the Vale of Woe", and belonged to the Bishops of St. Andrews - A residence of the Bishops on the Site of the Village, originated the name of "Stow" -

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[page] 2. -- Parish of Stow (Part of) -- W. Beatty.

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