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  167. <div class="field field-name-field-quote field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <blockquote>"ROXBURGHSHIRE is of an irregular figure, the greatest extent of which, in every direction, is about 30 miles. It is bounded on the N. by Berwickshire; on the E. and S. by the English border; and on the W. by Dumfries and Selkirkshires. It comprehends the ancient districts of Teviotdale and Liddisdale; so named from the rivers Teviot and Liddal, which run through them. The N. and W. divisions of the county are mountainous; but the E. and S. are upon the whole flat and fertile. The whole abounds with the most romantic scenery; exhibiting in every part the rough appearance of hills, mosses, and mountains, interspersed, however, with narrow vallies, in which run numerous streams, long since familiar from poetical description ... Roxburghshire is divided into 31 parochial districts, which, by the returns made in 1801, contained 33,712 inhabitants."</blockquote>
  168. <blockquote>From the <i>Gazetteer of Scotland</i> published 1806, Edinburgh.</blockquote>
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  173. <h3>Roxburgh Towns and Parishes</h3>
  174. <div class="county_list">
  175. <ul><li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Abbotrule">Abbotrule</a></li>
  176. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Ancrum">Ancrum</a></li>
  177. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Ashkirk">Ashkirk</a></li>
  178. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Bedrule">Bedrule</a></li>
  179. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Bowden">Bowden</a></li>
  180. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Castleton">Castleton</a></li>
  181. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Cavers">Cavers</a></li>
  182. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Crailing">Crailing</a></li>
  183. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Eckford">Eckford</a></li>
  184. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Ednam">Ednam</a></li>
  185. <li><a href="/big/sct/SEL/Galashiels">Galashiels</a> (part of)</li>
  186. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Hawick">Hawick</a></li>
  187. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Hobkirk">Hobkirk</a></li>
  188. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Hounam">Hounam</a></li>
  189. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Jedburgh">Jedburgh</a></li>
  190. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Kelso">Kelso</a></li>
  191. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Kirkton">Kirkton</a></li>
  192. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Lilliesleaf">Lilliesleaf</a></li>
  193. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Linton">Linton</a></li>
  194. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Makerstoun">Makerstoun</a></li>
  195. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Maxton">Maxton</a></li>
  196. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Melrose">Melrose</a></li>
  197. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Minto">Minto</a></li>
  198. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Morebattle">Morebattle</a></li>
  199. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Oxnam">Oxnam</a></li>
  200. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Roberton">Roberton</a></li>
  201. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Roxburgh">Roxburgh</a></li>
  202. <li><a href="/big/sct/SEL/Selkirk">Selkirk</a> (part of)</li>
  203. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Smailholm">Smailholm</a></li>
  204. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Southdean">Southdean</a></li>
  205. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Sprouston">Sprouston</a></li>
  206. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/StBoswells">St Boswells</a></li>
  207. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Stichill">Stichill</a></li>
  208. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Teviothead">Teviothead</a></li>
  209. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Wilton">Wilton</a></li>
  210. <li><a href="/big/sct/ROX/Yetholm">Yetholm</a></li>
  211. </ul></div>
  212. <p>A list of <a href="/big/sct/ROX/ancientParishes">ancient parishes</a> is also available, mapping ancient names to more modern parishes which replaced them. There is also a (large) <a href="/big/sct/ROX/map">county map</a> showing the relative positions of the parishes. Note: the parishes listed here are generally those in existence before 1855 when civil registration started, indeed many of the civil registration districts were based on the older parishes. Since 1855 new parishes may have appeared and old parishes joined together. This list should not be viewed as a comprehensive list of parishes in the county throughout time. Instead it is a means of further dividing the county up geographically, taking a snapshot of the situation at a particular time (1855).</p></div></div></div>
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  215. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Archives">Archives and Libraries</a></h2>
  216. <div class="field field-name-field-archives field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p><a id="Archives"></a>A considerable quantity of archival and historical material is held at the <a href="http://www.heartofhawick.co.uk/info/1/about_us/12/heritage_hub">Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre</a> at the Heritage Hub in Hawick.</p>
  217. <p>Information on many local libraries within the county can be found among the <a href="http://www.slainte.org.uk/">SLAINTE</a> web pages (Scottish Libraries Across the INTErnet).</p>
  218. <p>The <a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/">Borders Family History Society</a> has a research room at Old Gala House in Galashiels. For further details, see the society's home page.</p>
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  221. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-bibliography" >
  222. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Bibliography">Bibliography</a></h2>
  223. <div class="field field-name-field-bibliography field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p><cite><a id="Bibliography"></a>The Borders Book</cite><br />
  224. edited by Donald Omand<br />
  225. Published 1995 by Birlinn Ltd., Edinburgh<br />
  226. ISBN 1 874744 50 5 [hardback]<br />
  227. ISBN 1 874744 73 4 [paperback]<br />
  228. Note: this contains essays on a wide variety of topics making it fascinating reading for all with an interest in the Borders.</p>
  229. <p><cite>List of books relating to, or published in, the counties of Roxburgh, Selkirk and Peebles</cite><br />
  230. James Sinton<br />
  231. Published Edinburgh, 1899</p>
  232. </div></div></div>
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  235. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Cemeteries">Cemeteries</a></h2>
  236. <div class="field-name-field-churches"> <p>The <a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/"> Borders Family History Society</a> has printed a number of monumental inscription books for Roxburghshire. This is an ongoing project. Contact them for further details (prices etc.)</p>
  237. <p><a href="http://www.sgtranscriptions.co.uk/">Nigel Hardie</a> is transcribing and publishing lists of pre-1855 burials and deaths based on the Roxburghshire old parish records.</p>
  238. <p><cite>The churches and churchyards of Teviotdale</cite> by James Robson was published at Hawick in 1893.</p>
  239. <p>See under <a href="#Newspapers">Newspapers</a> for details of pre-1855 death notice indexes compiled from old Borders newspapers.</p>
  240. <p></div>
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  243. <h2 class="pane-title">Census</h2>
  244. <div class="field field-name-field-census field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>For general information on Scottish census returns see the <a href="/big/sct#Census">Census</a> section on the main Scotland GENUKI page.</p>
  245. <p>The <a href="http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~houseofhall/">Roxburghshire FreeCEN Project</a> is developing a free-to-view online database of the 1841, 1851 and 1861 census returns.</p>
  246. <p><a href="http://www.maxwellancestry.com/ancestry/publishing/publishing.htm">Graham and Emma Maxwell</a> are transcribing and indexing the 1841, 1851 and 1861 Roxburghshire census returns. Their website also offers a free census database search facility.</p>
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  250. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="ChurchHistory">Church History</a></h2>
  251. <div class="field field-name-field-church-history field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Chapter 10 entitled "Abbeys and Churches" of <cite>The Borders Book</cite> (see the <a href="#Bibliography">Bibliography</a> section) is devoted to this subject, starting from the ancient monastic communities in the Borders through to the present day.</p>
  252. <p><cite>Christian Heritage in the Borders</cite> examines the history of the Christian church in the Scottish Borders. It is a companion to <cite>Early Settlers in the Borders</cite> (see under the <a href="#History">History</a> section) and was published by the Scottish Borders Council in 1998. Its ISBN is 0953043819.</p>
  253. <p><cite>The churches and churchyards of Teviotdale</cite> by James Robson was published at Hawick in 1893.</p>
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  257. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="ChurchRecords">Church Records</a></h2>
  258. <div class="field field-name-field-church-records field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>For information on registers (baptisms, marriages and burials) for a particular parish, please see that parish's page. General advice on parish registers throughout Scotland can be found under Church Records on the main <a href="/big/sct">Scotland</a> page in GENUKI.</p>
  259. <p>The website of the <a href="https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/">National Records of Scotland</a> includes a <a href="https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/research/guides/birth-death-and-marriage-records/irregular-border-marriage-registers">leaflet</a> on irregular marriages and information on the known surviving registers. Irregular marriages occurred along the Border and were a form of marriage by consent, convenient both for English runaway couples and Scottish Borderers who did not want to marry in their own churches. The Church of Scotland disapproved of such marriages and would often catch up with a couple, perhaps when their first child was born or baptized. So kirk session minutes can be another useful source for tracing irregular marriages.</p>
  260. <p><a href="http://www.maxwellancestry.com/ancestry/publishing/publishing.htm">Graham and Emma Maxwell</a> are transcribing and indexing baptisms, marriages and burials recorded in Scottish Borders kirk session records and non-conformist church records. Their website also offers a free <a href="http://maxwellancestry.co.uk/census/default.htm">search facility</a> for these resources.</p>
  261. <p>The kirk session of a parish consists of the minister of the parish and the elders of the congregation. It looks after the general wellbeing of the congregation and, particularly in centuries past, parochial discipline. Most kirk session records are held in the <a href="https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/">National Records of Scotland</a> in Edinburgh and can be fascinating reading. For more information see Anne Gordon's <cite>Candie for the Foundling</cite> published by the Pentland Press in 1992. ISBN 1 872795 75 7 (720 pages).</p>
  262. <p>For an account of the Border kirk session records, focusing particularly on poor relief and the dispensation of discipline, see M.C. Lawson's article "The Poor, Crime and Punishment, and the Power of the Kirk in the Borders, 17th &amp; 18th Centuries" which was published on pages 14-15 of the June 1996 <a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/">Borders Family History Society</a> magazine.</p>
  263. <p>See also <a href="/big/sct/ROX/Hawick#ChurchRecords">Hawick's Kirk Session Records</a>.</p>
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  267. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="CivilReg">Civil Registration</a></h2>
  268. <div class="field field-name-field-civil-registration field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths began in Scotland on 1st January 1855. For further details of this see the <a href="https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/">National Records of Scotland</a> website.</p>
  269. <p><a href="https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/">ScotlandsPeople</a> is the official government website providing access to indexes of Scottish birth, marriage and death certificates, linked online images of the certificates, census return indexes and linked images, and parish register indexes.</p>
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  273. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Correctional">Correctional Institutions</a></h2>
  274. <div class="field field-name-field-correctional-institutions field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p><a href="http://www.maxwellancestry.com/ancestry/publishing/publishing.htm">Graham and Emma Maxwell</a> are transcribing and indexing the prison registers for the Scottish Borders. Their website also offers a free <a href="http://maxwellancestry.co.uk/census/default.htm">prisoner database search</a> facility.</p>
  275. </div></div></div>
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  278. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="CourtRecords">Court Records</a></h2>
  279. <div class="field field-name-field-court-records field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Records of testaments, inventories etc. are held at the <a href="https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/">National Records of Scotland</a>.</p>
  280. <p><a href="http://www.maxwellancestry.com/ancestry/publishing/publishing.htm">Graham and Emma Maxwell</a> are putting online <a href="http://maxwellancestry.co.uk/census/default.htm">a searchable index</a> to paternity cases for illegitimate births, based on records in the various courts about the Scottish Borders. This is an ongoing project.</p>
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  284. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Description">Description and Travel</a></h2>
  285. <div class="field field-name-field-description field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>There are many websites that can be helpful for finding out about the Scottish Borders, whether you are planning to visit or not. Here are just a few of them (in no particular order):</p>
  286. <ul><li><a href="http://www.bordernet.co.uk/">BorderNet</a></li>
  287. <li><a href="https://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/scottish-borders/">Scottish Borders Tourist Board</a></li>
  288. </ul><p>The <a href="http://stcuthbertsway.info/">St Cuthbert's Way website</a> describes the long distance walking route which runs between Melrose and Lindisfarne, commemorating the life of St Cuthbert. On the way the walk passes by St Boswells, Ancrum Moor, Jedburgh, Morebattle and Yetholm.</p>
  289. <p>A classic guide to the area is Andrew and John Lang's <cite>Highways and Byways in The Border</cite>, first published in 1913 and reprinted in later years. Most recently it was reissued in the United Kingdom by Senate in 1999, under the title <cite>Scottish Border Country</cite>, ISBN 1859585434 (439 pages). The book takes the form of a journey through the Border country and is full of local and historical snippets of information, as well as many pencil sketches of local places.</p>
  290. <p>A more recent book which may be of interest is Charles Alexander Strang's <cite>Borders and Berwick: an illustrated architectural guide to the Scottish Borders and Tweed Valley</cite>. As the title suggests, it concentrates on the architecture of the area. However it is well illustrated with hundreds of photographs and contains short descriptions and historical notes on many places. It was first published in 1994 by the Rutland Press and its ISBN is 1873190107 (272-page paperback edition).</p>
  291. <p>Chapter 9 of <cite>The Borders Book</cite> (see the <a href="#Bibliography">Bibliography</a> section) has a lot of information on the history of roads, bridges and railways in the Borders. More is given in Chapter 14, pp 171-176 as part of the chapter on the Industrial Revolution.</p>
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  295. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Directories">Directories</a></h2>
  296. <div class="field field-name-field-directories field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>A web page has been created giving bibliographic details of <a href="/big/sct/ROX/directories">Roxburghshire directories</a>.</p>
  297. </div></div></div>
  298. </div>
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  300. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Emigration">Emigration and Immigration</a></h2>
  301. <div class="field field-name-field-emigration-and-immigration field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Barbara Turner has compiled a <a href="/big/sct/BorderStrays">list of people</a> who gave one of the Scottish Border counties as their place of birth, and married in the state of Victoria in Australia, between the years 1853 and 1895. This list was also published in past issues of the <a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/">Borders FHS</a> magazine.</p>
  302. </div></div></div>
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  305. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Folklore">Folklore</a></h2>
  306. <div class="field field-name-field-folklore field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>In <cite>Tales of the Borders</cite> Michael Brander presents a number of tales from John Mackay Wilson's collection of the same name which was first published in the first half of the nineteenth century. This more recent collection includes 12 tales spanning the thirteenth to seventeenth centuries, together with historical notes and background information on the places described. It was published by Mainstream Publishing in 1991 (ISBN 1 85158 395 5).</p>
  307. <p><cite>Haunted Borders</cite> by Norrie McLeish is a collection of Border stories of the supernatural, placed in an historical and geographical context. It was published by Alba Publishing in 1997 (ISBN 1873708084).</p>
  308. <p>Both Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832) and James Hogg (1770-1835) (the "Ettrick Shepherd") were fascinated by the folklore and history of their native Border country, and used it considerably throughout their works. Their contribution is discussed in two chapters of <cite>The Borders Book</cite> (see <a href="#Bibliography">Bibliography</a> section).</p>
  309. <p>A number of articles related to this subject have appeared in past transactions of the Hawick Archaeological Society including:</p>
  310. <ul><li>"Popular superstitions of Teviotdale", 1912 transactions, pages 44-52</li>
  311. <li>"Strange happenings in the Borders" by Edward Barton, 1942 transactions, pages 21-27 (contemporary records of supernatural events)</li>
  312. <li>"Border Ghosts and Witches" by W.E.Wilson, 1947 transactions, pages 32-38</li>
  313. </ul></div></div></div>
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  315. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-gazetteers" id="gki_gaz_field">
  316. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Gazetteers">Gazetteers</a></h2>
  317. <div class="field field-name-field-gazetteers field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>An <a href="/big/sct/ROX/gazetteer">online gazetteer</a> for the county is available, listing many names of villages, farms, hills etc. This gazetteer is an evolving project so the number of references will grow over time.</p>
  318. <p>See also the <a href="#PlaceNames">Names,Geographical</a> section.</p>
  319. </div></div></div>
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  321. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-genealogy" >
  322. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Genealogy">Genealogy</a></h2>
  323. <div class="field field-name-field-genealogy field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p><a id="Genealogy"></a>Michael Robson's <cite>Surnames and Clansmen: Border family history in earlier days</cite> is a study of Border family life over three hundred years ago, based on extensive original research. The book includes an index of surnames mentioned (nearly 400) and focuses in detail on three of them for illustrative purposes (Chisholm, Mader/Mather, and Yarrow). The book was published by the author in 1998, has 200 pages, and its ISBN is 0953401502.</p>
  324. <p>RootsWeb mailing lists covering this county are <a href="http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jfuller/gen_mail_country-unk-sct.html#SCT-ROXBURGH"> SCT-ROXBURGH</a> and <a href="http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~jfuller/gen_mail_country-unk-sct.html#BORDER"> BORDER</a>.</p>
  325. <p>Other online resources for Roxburghshire include the following:</p>
  326. <ul><li><a href="http://www.rootschat.com/forum/roxburghshire/">RootsChat Roxburghshire forum</a></li>
  327. <li><a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/Forum/default.asp">Borders Family History Society Forum</a></li>
  328. <li><a href="http://www.users.on.net/~proformat/sctnames.html">Online Scottish Names Research Directory</a></li>
  329. <li><a href="http://www.genealogy.com/forum/regional/countries/topics/scotland/roxburghshire/">Roxburghshire GenForum</a></li>
  330. </ul></div></div></div>
  331. </div>
  332. <div class="panel-pane pane-block pane-genuki-dynamic-content-genuki-historical-geography" >
  333. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Geography">Historical Geography</a></h2>
  334. <div class="field-name-field-historical-geography"> <p>The <a href="https://www.historicenvironment.scot/">Royal Commission on Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland</a> published <cite>An inventory of the ancient and historical monuments of Roxburghshire</cite> in 1956 (2 volumes).</p>
  335. <p></div>
  336. </div>
  337. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-history" >
  338. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="History">History</a></h2>
  339. <div class="field field-name-field-history field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Alistair Moffat's <cite>The Borders: A history of the Borders from earliest times</cite> was published in Selkirk in 2002 by Deerpark Press, 464 pages in hardback. The book accompanies a UK television series of the same name.</p>
  340. <p>Alexander Jeffrey, a solicitor in Jedburgh, wrote a history of the county which was published in two separate editions. <cite>An historical and descriptive account of Roxburghshire, from the most ancient to the present times</cite> (424 pages long) was published in Edinburgh by Fraser &amp; Co. in 1836. His later 2-volume <cite>The history and antiquities in Roxburghshire and adjacent districts: from the most remote period to the present time</cite> was published between 1855 and 1864 by T.C. Jack. The 1864 edition is listed in the LDS Family History Library catalogue in microfilm format, so is hopefully available worldwide in <a href="https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng">LDS</a> family history centres.</p>
  341. <p><cite>The Borders Book</cite> (see the <a href="#Bibliography">Bibliography</a> section) contains much information on Border history.</p>
  342. <p><cite>Early Settlers in the Borders</cite> looks at the early settlers of the Borders, from prehistoric times, through Roman Britain, and up to the early Christian kingdoms in southern Scotland. It is a companion to <cite>Christian Heritage in the Borders</cite> (see under the <a href="#ChurchHistory">Church History</a> section) and was published by the Scottish Borders Council in 1997. Its ISBN is 0953043800.</p>
  343. <p>The border counties were for many centuries the battleground between Scotland and England. Largely as a result of this the reiving tradition arose, something which only really died out with the Union of the Crowns in 1603. For a comprehensive history of the reiving times, read George MacDonald Fraser's <cite>The Steel Bonnets: the story of the Anglo-Scottish Border Reivers</cite>, first published in 1971 and reprinted ever since.</p>
  344. <p>Allan Wilson's <cite>Roman and Native in the Central Scottish Borders</cite> (British Archaeological Reports British Series 519, 2010) examines interactions between Romans and native society in Roxburghshire, Peeblesshire and Selkirkshire. It includes an inventory of Roman-era archaeological finds in this part of the Borders, as well as plans and sketches of archaeological sites and finds. Its ISBN is 9781407307220. The book was sponsored by <a href="http://www.trimontium.org.uk/wb/">The Trimontium Trust</a>.</p>
  345. <p>See also under <a href="#Statistics">Statistics</a>.</p>
  346. </div></div></div>
  347. </div>
  348. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-land-and-property" >
  349. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Land">Land and Property</a></h2>
  350. <div class="field field-name-field-land-and-property field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Records of services of heirs were kept for Roxburghshire, much like other counties. The full records are kept at the <a href="https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/">National Records of Scotland</a> in Edinburgh but a number have also been published by the Scottish Record Society. Entitled <cite>Services of heirs, Roxburghshire, 1636-1847</cite>, they were published in 1934. It is listed in the <a href="https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng">LDS</a> Family History Library catalogue in microfilm format, so is hopefully available worldwide in LDS family history centres.</p>
  351. </div></div></div>
  352. </div>
  353. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-language-and-languages" >
  354. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Language">Language and Languages</a></h2>
  355. <div class="field field-name-field-language-and-languages field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p><cite>The Roxburghshire word-book: being a record of the special vernacular vocabulary of the county of Roxburgh, with an appendix of specimens</cite> by George Watson was published in 1923 by Cambridge University Press. It is listed in the <a href="https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng">LDS</a> Family History Library catalogue in microfilm, so is hopefully available worldwide in LDS family history centres.</p>
  356. <p>The <cite>Borders Book</cite> (see <a href="#Bibliography">Bibliography</a> section) has an entire chapter all about the Borders dialect.</p>
  357. <p>For another source of reference, a number of articles on the local dialect, especially around the Hawick area, have been published in past transactions of the Hawick Archaeological Society:</p>
  358. <ul><li>"The Dialect of Upper Teviotdale" by George Watson, 1915 transactions, pages 8-18</li>
  359. <li>"Gipsy loan-words in the Roxburghshire vernacular" by George Watson, 1919 transactions, pages 8-11</li>
  360. </ul><p>See also the section on <a href="/big/sct/ROX/Hawick#Language">Hawick dialects</a>.</p>
  361. </div></div></div>
  362. </div>
  363. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-law-and-legislation" >
  364. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Law">Law and Legislation</a></h2>
  365. <div class="field field-name-field-law-and-legislation field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>A transcript of the <cite>Protocol book of Sir William Corbet 1529-1555</cite> edited by Rev. John Anderson and William Angus was published by the Scottish Record Society in 1911. According to the preface to the book, the legal transactions recorded "deal almost entirely with subjects in the counties of Roxburgh and Berwick, chiefly in the parishes of Linton and Merton". This is listed in the <a href="https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng">LDS</a> Family History Library catalogue in microfilm format, so is hopefully available worldwide in LDS family history centres.</p>
  366. </div></div></div>
  367. </div>
  368. <div class="panel-pane pane-block pane-genuki-dynamic-content-genuki-maplinks" >
  369. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Maps">Maps</a></h2>
  370. <div class="field-name-field-maps"> <p>A 19th century <a href="/big/sct/ROX/map">county map</a> of Roxburghshire is available online, although it is large (75 Kbytes) to download.</p>
  371. <p>Further information on <a href="/big/sct/ROX/mapList">published maps</a> covering the county is available.</p>
  372. <p></div>
  373. </div>
  374. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-medical-records" >
  375. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="MedicalRecords">Medical Records</a></h2>
  376. <div class="field field-name-field-medical-records field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Ian E. McCracken wrote an article on "Eighteenth Century Medical Care: A Study of Roxburghshire" in the 1949 Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine. The article is available to read <a href="https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2081220/?tool=pmcentrez">online</a>.</p>
  377. <p>For details of surviving records for Kelso Dispensary (founded 1777) see the <a href="/big/sct/ROX/Kelso#MedicalRecords">Kelso parish page</a>.</p>
  378. <p>For details of surviving records for Dingleton Hospital at Melrose (from 1872 the lunatic asylum for Roxburghshire, Berwickshire and Selkirkshire) see the <a href="http://www.genuki.org.uk/big/sct/ROX/Melrose#MedicalRecords">Melrose parish page</a>.</p>
  379. </div></div></div>
  380. </div>
  381. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-military-records" >
  382. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="MilitaryRecords">Military Records</a></h2>
  383. <div class="field field-name-field-military-records field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>The <a href="http://www.scan.org.uk/researchrtools/lieutenancy.htm">Roxburghshire Lieutenancy Book</a> records parish-by-parish the names of men ballotted to serve in the militia between 1797 and 1802. The original manuscript volume is held in the Scottish Borders Archive and Local History Centre (see the <a href="#Archives">Archives</a> section of this page). The book has been digitised and put online in the <a href="http://www.scan.org.uk/">SCAN</a> website (Scottish Archive Network).</p>
  384. </div></div></div>
  385. </div>
  386. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-names-geographical" >
  387. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="NamesGeographical">Names, Geographical</a></h2>
  388. <div class="field field-name-field-names-geographical field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Chapter 15 of <cite>The Borders Book</cite> (see the <a href="#Bibliography">Bibliography</a> section) is a descriptive account of "Borders Place-Names".</p>
  389. <p>For something more specific to Roxburghshire, see <cite>The Place-Names of Roxburghshire</cite> by J.S.M. Macdonald, published in 1991 by the Hawick Archaeological Society.</p>
  390. <p>See also the <a href="#Gazetteers">Gazetteers</a> section for details of an online gazetteer for the county.</p>
  391. </div></div></div>
  392. </div>
  393. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-names-personal" >
  394. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="NamesPersonal">Names, Personal</a></h2>
  395. <div class="field field-name-field-names-personal field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Michael Robson's book <cite>Surnames and Clansmen</cite> (see the <a href="#Genealogy">Genealogy</a> section) gives an insight into Border family life over three hundred years ago and mentions nearly 400 surnames.</p>
  396. </div></div></div>
  397. </div>
  398. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-newspapers" >
  399. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Newspapers">Newspapers</a></h2>
  400. <div class="field field-name-field-newspapers field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Information about <a href="/big/sct/ROX/newspaperList">newspapers</a> covering the county in the past is available.</p>
  401. <p><a href="http://www.vivdunstan.co.uk/">Indexes of death notices</a> in 1854 and 1853 in the <cite>Kelso Chronicle</cite> have been published. These list many deaths throughout the Scottish Borders as well as deaths on the other side of the Border (including Berwick-on-Tweed) and deaths of Borderers overseas.</p>
  402. </div></div></div>
  403. </div>
  404. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-obituaries" >
  405. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Obituaries">Obituaries</a></h2>
  406. <div class="field field-name-field-obituaries field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>See under <a href="#Newspapers">Newspapers</a> for details of pre-1855 death notice indexes compiled from old issues of the <cite>Kelso Chronicle</cite>.</p>
  407. </div></div></div>
  408. </div>
  409. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-occupations" >
  410. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Occupations">Occupations</a></h2>
  411. <div class="field field-name-field-occupations field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p><cite>Farm Servants and Labour in Lowland Scotland 1770-1914</cite> edited by T.M. Devine (published in 1984 by John Donald Publishers Ltd of Edinburgh) includes a chapter by Michael Robson entitled "The Border Farm Worker". This appears on pages 71-96 of the book.</p>
  412. <p>A short article on "The Weavers of the Borderland" appeared in the 1935 Hawick Archaeological Society Transactions, on page 15. Beginning "There is scarcely a trace of the old handloom weavers that were prominent in every Border district before the advent of the modern loom swept them aside" the article continues to briefly mention weavers in Selkirk, Kelso, Darnick, and Coldingham.</p>
  413. </div></div></div>
  414. </div>
  415. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-periodicals" >
  416. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Periodicals">Periodicals</a></h2>
  417. <div class="field field-name-field-periodicals field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>The <a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/">Borders Family History Society</a> publishes a magazine on Scottish Border family history 3 times a year.</p>
  418. <p>For details of an online mailing list for Border genealogy see under the <a href="#Genealogy">Genealogy</a> heading.</p>
  419. </div></div></div>
  420. </div>
  421. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-poor-houses-poor-law-etc" >
  422. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="PoorHouses">Poor Houses, Poor Law etc.</a></h2>
  423. <div class="field field-name-field-poor-houses-poor-law-etc- field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>The <a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/">Borders Family History Society</a> is transcribing and indexing old Poor Law Records for Roxburghshire.</p>
  424. <p>Peter Higginbotham's <a href="http://www.workhouses.org.uk">The Workhouse</a> website includes photographs of the poorhouses at Hawick, Jedburgh, Kelso, and Galashiels which housed Roxburghshire paupers.</p>
  425. </div></div></div>
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  427. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-population" >
  428. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Population">Population</a></h2>
  429. <div class="field field-name-field-population field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Here are some figures showing the county's population through time:</p>
  430. <ul><li>1755 - 31392</li>
  431. <li>1801 - 33721</li>
  432. <li>1811 - 37230</li>
  433. <li>1821 - 40892</li>
  434. <li>1831 - 43663</li>
  435. <li>1841 - 46025</li>
  436. <li>1851 - 51642</li>
  437. <li>1861 - 54119</li>
  438. <li>1871 - 53974</li>
  439. <li>1881 - 53442</li>
  440. <li>1891 - 53741</li>
  441. <li>1901 - 48804</li>
  442. <li>1911 - 47192</li>
  443. <li>1921 - 44989</li>
  444. <li>1931 - 45788</li>
  445. <li>1951 - 45562</li>
  446. </ul></div></div></div>
  447. </div>
  448. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-probate-records" >
  449. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Probate">Probate Records</a></h2>
  450. <div class="field field-name-field-probate-records field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p><cite>The commissariot record of Peebles: register of testaments, 1681-1699</cite> edited by Sir Francis J. Grant was published in 1902 in Edinburgh by the Scottish Record Society. It is listed in the <a href="https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng">LDS</a> Family History Library catalogue in microfilm format, so is hopefully available worldwide in LDS family history centres.</p>
  451. <p><cite>Index to the inventories of the personal estates of defuncts: recorded in the Commissary Court books of Ayr, Kirkcudbright, Wigtown, Dumfries, Roxburgh, Berwick, Peebles, and Selkirk</cite> was published by HMSO in Edinburgh in 1868, and indexes inventories of personal estates of deceased people in these counties between 1846 and 1867. It is listed in the <a href="https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng">LDS</a> Family History Library catalogue in microfilm format, so is hopefully available worldwide in LDS family history centres.</p>
  452. <p>Note that testamentary records - where they survive - for this county are generally held in the <a href="https://www.nrscotland.gov.uk/">National Records of Scotland</a> in Edinburgh. The National Archives has unpublished testamentary indexes for some other periods, but many surviving records are unindexed. Please note there is a significant gap in the surviving testaments for this county between 1699 and 1785.</p>
  453. </div></div></div>
  454. </div>
  455. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-social-life-and-customs" >
  456. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Social">Social life and Customs</a></h2>
  457. <div class="field field-name-field-social-life-and-customs field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>Chapter 9 of <cite>The Borders Book</cite> (see the <a href="#Bibliography">Bibliography</a> section) contains a section concentrating on the social life and welfare in the area, including population numbers, pay and conditions, housing, health and education etc. See also the <a href="#Statistics">Statistics</a> section below.</p>
  458. <p>An article on "Border life 140 years ago" (circa 1800) appeared in the 1936 transactions of the Hawick Archaeological Society, pages 5-12. Written by James Edgar, it is largely based upon the <a href="#Statistics">Statistical Account</a> of the 1790s.</p>
  459. <p>The 1932 transactions of Hawick Archaeological Society contained an article on "Border rural life in the olden time", pages 13-16. Written by Walter Barrie, this concentrates on the first half of the century, going back to his childhood and also covering life for the previous generation.</p>
  460. <p>For a glimpse of Roxburghshire life a very long time ago, see A. Campbell-Fraser's article "Glimpses of Teviotdale in the twelfth century from the Latin of Reginald of Durham" which appeared in the 1924 transactions of the Hawick Archaeological Society, on pages 24-28.</p>
  461. </div></div></div>
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  464. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Societies">Societies</a></h2>
  465. <div class="field field-name-field-societies field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>The <a href="http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/">Borders Family History Society</a> covers Roxburghshire.</p>
  466. </div></div></div>
  467. </div>
  468. <div class="panel-pane pane-entity-field pane-node-field-statistics" >
  469. <h2 class="pane-title"><a id="Statistics">Statistics</a></h2>
  470. <div class="field field-name-field-statistics field-type-text-long field-label-hidden"><div class="field-items"><div class="field-item even"> <p>For a social and economic record of the parishes of Roxburghshire, together with masses of statistical material, see Sir John Sinclair's <cite>Statistical Account of Scotland</cite> which was compiled in the 1790s. Volume III deals with the Eastern Borders, including Roxburghshire. The account was reprinted in facsimile form in 1979 by EP Publishing Limited of Wakefield, England.</p>
  471. <p>Follow-up works to this were the New Statistical Account (also known as the Second Statistical Account) which was prepared in the 1830s and 1840s; and more recently the Third Statistical Account which has been prepared since the Second World War. <cite>The Third Statistical Account: The County of Roxburgh</cite> was published in 1992 by Scottish Academic Press, ISBN 0707307201.</p>
  472. <p>The New Statistical Account for this area is listed in the <a href="https://www.lds.org/?lang=eng">LDS</a> Family History Library catalogue in microfilm format (under Scotland/Roxburgh/History), so is hopefully available worldwide in LDS family history centres (note that one microfilm version of it is misnamed in the LDS catalogue as "The New statistical account of Scotland: vol. III: Boxburg - Peebles - Selkirk").</p>
  473. <p>The online version of <a href="https://access.edina.ac.uk/stat-acc-scot/">The Statistical Accounts of Scotland</a> 1791-1799 and 1845.</p>
  474. <p>See also the <a href="#Population">Population</a> section above.</p>
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  504. html: '<div id="cccwr"><div id="ccc-state" class="ccc-pause"><div id="ccc-icon"><button><span>Cookie Control</span></button></div><div class="ccc-widget"><div class="ccc-outer"><div class="ccc-inner"><h2>Cookie Control</h2><div class="ccc-content"><p class="ccc-intro"></p><div class="ccc-expanded"></div><div id="ccc-cookies-switch" style="background-position-x: 0;"><a id="cctoggle" href="#" style="background-position-x: 0;" name="cctoggle"><span id="cctoggle-text">Cookies test</span></a></div><div id="ccc-implicit-warning">(One cookie will be set to store your preference)</div><div id="ccc-explicit-checkbox"><label><input id="cchide-popup" type="checkbox" name="ccc-hide-popup" value="Y" /> Do not ask me again<br /></label> (Ticking this sets a cookie to hide this popup if you then hit close. This will not store any personal information)</div><p class="ccc-about"><small><a href="http://www.civicuk.com/cookie-law" target="_blank">About this tool</a></small></p><a class="ccc-icon" href="http://www.civicuk.com/cookie-law" target="_blank"title="About Cookie Control">About Cookie Control</a><button class="ccc-close">Close</button></div></div></div><button class="ccc-expand">read more</button></div></div></div>',
  505. position: 'right',
  506. shape: 'diamond',
  507. startOpen: false,
  508. autoHide: 10000,
  509. onAccept: function(cc){cookiecontrol_accepted(cc)},
  510. onReady: function(){},
  511. onCookiesAllowed: function(cc){cookiecontrol_cookiesallowed(cc)},
  512. onCookiesNotAllowed: function(cc){cookiecontrol_cookiesnotallowed(cc)},
  513. countries: '',
  514. subdomains: true,
  515. cookieName: 'genuki_cookiecontrol',
  516. iconStatusCookieName: 'ccShowCookieIcon',
  517. consentModel: 'implicit'
  518. });
  519. });
  520. </script>
  521. <script>function cookiecontrol_accepted(cc) {
  522. cc.setCookie('ccShowCookieIcon', 'no');jQuery('#ccc-icon').hide();
  523. ccAddHtmlClass();
  524. }</script>
  525. <script>function cookiecontrol_cookiesallowed(cc) {
  526. ccAddHtmlClass();
  527. }</script>
  528. <script>function cookiecontrol_cookiesnotallowed(cc) {
  529. }</script>
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The Content-Type was text/html with utf-8 specified as the charset. Used the HTML parser.

Total execution time 1605 milliseconds.


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