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Place name County Entry Source Abbey Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans parish, Berwickshire, 6 miles NNW of Dunse. It is one of the Lammermuirs, has a length of about Groome Abbey Hill Berwickshire Abbey Hill an eminence in Berwickshire, Abbey St Bathans par., 6 miles NW. of Duns, alt. 913 ft. Bartholomew Abbey St Bathans Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans, a hamlet and a parish in the Lammermuir district of Berwickshire, took its name partly from a Cistercian Groome Abbey St Bathans Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans , par., hamlet, and seat, NE. Berwickshire, on river Whiteadder, 4½ miles SW. of Grant's House Bartholomew Barnside Berwickshire Barnside, a hill 865 feet high in Abbey St Bathans parish, Berwickshire. Groome Barnside Berwickshire Barnside , hill, Abbey St Bathans par., Berwickshire, alt. 865 ft. Bartholomew Berwickshire Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans. Remains of ancient monastic houses are at Dryburgh, Coldingham, and Abbey St Bathans; and sites of others Groome Blackerstone Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans parish, and about 7 miles ENE of Longformacus church. It is 2¼ miles long from NW to SE, and from Groome Bunkle and Preston Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans. With a rudely triangular outline, it has an extreme length from N to S of 4¼, and a width Groome Cockburnspath Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans. Its greatest length from E to W is 6 1 / 8 miles; its greatest breadth from N to S is 4½ miles Groome Coldingham Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans and Oldhamstocks (detached), and NW by Cockburnspath. Its length from E to W varies between 2¾ and 7½ miles Groome Dunse or Duns Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans. Its utmost length, from NW to SE, is 7¼ miles; its breadth, from NE to SW, varies Groome Eye Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans, Coldingham, Ayton, and Eyemouth; receives, midway between Ayton and Eyemouth, the considerable tribute of Ale Water; traverses Groome Kirkton Abbey St Bathans, Airlie, Arbirlot, Auchterless, Avoch, Balmerino, Banchory, Blantyre, Burntisland, Carluke, Cumbrae, Dunnichen, Ewes, Fetteresso, Fordoun, Fenwick, Gargunnock, Glenelg Groome Longformacus Berwickshire Bathans, Duns, and Langton, SE by Polwarth, S by Greenlaw and Cranshaws (detached), SW by Lauder, and NW by Garvald in Haddingtonshire. Its outline is remarkably irregular, being closely contracted by the two sections of Cranshaws, and making a great projection towards Greenlaw; and its utmost length, from E to W, is 10 3 / 8 miles; whilst its breadth varies between ¾ mile and 7¾ miles. The detached or Blackerstone section, lying 1½ mile E of the nearest point of the main body, is surrounded by Abbey St Bathans Groome Monynut Water Berwickshire
Berwick; rises amoug the Lammermuir Hills, and flows 7½ miles SE. to the Whiteadder Water at Abbey St Bathans. Bartholomew Monynut Water Berwickshire
Abbey St Bathans parishes, it falls into Whitadder Water at Abbey St Bathans hamlet. Ord. Sur., sh. 33, 1863. Groome Oldhamstock Berwickshire
Bathans, and SW and NW by Innerwick. Its utmost length, from NE to SW, is 5 ¾ miles; its width varies between 7½ furlongs and 2½ miles; and its area is 7530 acres, of which 110¾ are foreshore, and 927½ (in the extreme S) belong to Berwickshire. The detached section, containing Grant's House station, lies 1 5/8 mile E of the nearest point of the main body, and is bounded NW by Cockburnspath, NE and SE by Coldingham, and SW by Abbey St Bathans Groome Whitadder Water Berwickshire Abbey St Bathans, Duns, Bunkle, Edrom, Chirnside, Foulden, and Hutton. Like most of the streams which descend from either side Groome
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