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Place name County Entry Source Ale Roxburghshire
Ashkirk and Lilliesleaf, eastward along the southern boundary of Bowden and St Boswells, and south-eastward through Ancrum, falls into Groome Alemuir Selkirkshire Ashkirk. It lies in the course of the Aleriver, has a circular outline, measuring each way ¼ mile, and is, in places Groome Ashkirk Roxburghshire
Ashkirk , par. and vil., Roxburghshire and Selkirkshire, on Are water, 4½ miles S. of Selkirk ry. sta., 11,708 ac. (of which Bartholomew Ashkirk Roxburghshire
Ashkirk, a village of W Roxburghshire, and a parish partly also in Selkirkshire. The village stands on the right bank Groome Essenside Roxburghshire Essenside , small loch, Ashkirk par., Roxburghshire. Bartholomew Essenside Roxburghshire Ashkirk parish, W Roxburghshire. Lying 680 feet above sea-level, it measures ¼ by 1 / 8 . mile, abounds in fine Groome Headshaw Loch Roxburghshire Headshaw Loch , Ashkirk par., W. Roxburghshire. Bartholomew Kirkhope Selkirkshire Ashkirk in Roxburghshire, SE by Selkirk (detached) and Roberton, SW and W by Ettrick, and NW by Yarrow. Its utmost Groome Lilliesleaf Roxburghshire Ashkirk. Its utmost length, from NE to SW, is 6 1 / 8 miles; its breadth varies between 1 furlong and 4 5 / 8 miles Groome Roberton Roxburghshire
Ashkirk and Wilton, SE by Hawick and Teviothead, SW by Eskdalemuir in Dumfriesshire, and NW by Ettrick, Kirkhope, and Selkirk Groome Roxburghshire Roxburghshire Ashkirk, Bedrule, Bonjedward, Bowden, Caverton, Cessford, Chesters, Crailing, Dean, Deanburnhaugh, Eckford, Ednam, Eildon, Heiton, Hownam, Lanton, Lempitlaw, Linton, Makerstoun, Maxton Groome Selkirk Selkirkshire Ashkirk, SW by Kirkhope, and W and NW by Yarrow. The detached portion lies 1¾ mile S of the nearest Groome Selkirkshire or Ettrick Forest Selkirkshire Ashkirk, are Stand Knowe (1528 feet), Dun Knowe (1459), Dodhead Mid Hill (1118), Shaw's Hill (1292), Bleak Law (1215), Bellendean Groome Wilton Roxburghshire Ashkirk and Lilliesleaf, NE by Minto, SE by Cavers and Hawick, and SW by Hawick and Roberton. Its utmost length Groome
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