The Borders Family History Society has published a booklet of Smailholm monumental inscriptions. The publication also contains a transcript of the names recorded on an 1814 plan of the churchyard and the various burial plots. This is particularly valuable because so many of the gravestones from that time have not survived.
See the Smailholm Village site.
An account of the parish (history, topography etc.) may also be found in the Borders Family History Society's booklet of monumental inscriptions.
You can see pictures of Smailholm which are provided by:
The National Records of Scotland holds the following as part of its collection of maps and plans:
- 1777: Plan of Smailholm Spittal. Scale 1:3600. Size 70x39cm. Grid (map) reference NT6736. NRS reference RHP.3607
- 1816: Plan of Smailholm Spittal. Scale 1:1600. Size 69x32cm. Grid (map) reference NT6836. NRS reference RHP.3600/2
You can see maps centred on OS grid reference NT654356 (Lat/Lon: 55.612809, -2.550178), Smailholm which are provided by: