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For the topic Churches, there are the following articles: A Divine Heritage by James Denham by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Review of the book 'A Divine Heritage' by James Denham. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic A Village Roll Call 1935, there are the following articles: A Village Roll Call 1935 by Alexander Nisbet, a synopsis is A list of the names found in St Abbs in 1935 - in verse. In addition to those in the index another 22 names which appear less than 8 times are listed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Abbey St Bathans, there are the following articles: Some Purves families in Duns Berwickshire by Mrs. Evelyn Carlson, a synopsis is A well known Berwickshire name Purves, a family from Duns in 1634 and his heirs. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
Abbey St Bathans, Cranshaws and Longformacus by , a synopsis is A brief description of 3 neighbouring parishes and the records available. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Ecclesiastical Education in Berwickshire What the records have to tell by Dr Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Ecclesiastical education of Berwickshire and where to find useful information It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Aberfoyle, there are the following articles: Border - Line Experiences Of a Canadian Researcher by Robert L. Morden, a synopsis is The Ainslie born in Lilliesleaf and how a trip from Canada to research the family ended in a book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Adair, there are the following articles: Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Adelaide, there are the following articles: Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Advertiser, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Africa, there are the following articles: Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Aikwood Tower, there are the following articles: Shillinglaw Walls by Jean Shillinglaw Ridley, a synopsis is Shillinglaw Tower not far from Traquair it is not only a heap of stones - an interesting tale. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Ainslie, there are the following articles: John Ainslie Map Maker by C.M. Ainslie, a synopsis is John Ainslie who was described at a conference in Edinburgh in 1971 as Scotland's greatest cartographer. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
Border - Line Experiences Of a Canadian Researcher by Robert L. Morden, a synopsis is The Ainslie born in Lilliesleaf and how a trip from Canada to research the family ended in a book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A transcription of death notices in the local newspaper. There are too many names to list them all. Only those with extended entries are indexed. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44;
Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Aitchison, there are the following articles: Galashiels through Time by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Galashiels through Time' published by Amberley Press. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Aitchison - A Berwickshire Family by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Information on a book 'Aitchison - A Berwickshire Family' by Pam Rae published by the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Aitchson, there are the following articles: Guess Who’s Missing by E .Helen Ball, a synopsis is The descendants of William Steel Story who lived in Yetholm, Morebattle, Hobkirk, who married Elizabeth Aitchson, daughter of Francis Aitchson and Elizabeth Hogg around 1806. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Aitken, there are the following articles: Adam moves to the Borders by Helen M. Booth, a synopsis is Adam Brown bought a small plot of land in West Linton in 1839 after which he emigrated to Australia with seven of his nine children-this story covers their history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Aitkenhead, there are the following articles: Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Akeld, there are the following articles: A Hogarth Family Tree by James Hogarth, a synopsis is There came into James Hogarth's possession a manuscript family tree covering seven or eight generations of the Hogarth family, also, where they came from. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Alberta, there are the following articles: About the Shillinglaw by Ada Elizabeth Shillinglaw, a synopsis is Family history about the Shillinglaws family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 5.
For the topic Alderman, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Alderne, there are the following articles: Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Alexander, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic All Blacks, there are the following articles: Innerleithen's All-Black by Esther Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how researching her Dickson line from Innerleithen, she traced an unknown descendant who had emigrated to New Zealand and played rugby for the 'All Blacks'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Allan, there are the following articles: Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
Know your Parish-Polwarth by , a synopsis is Description of the village of Polwarth, its history, the inhabitants, and their occupations. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is History of the family from around 1840. Continued from issue 27. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Gallipoli and Hill 70 Loos by , a synopsis is Some notes on an exhibition on Gallipoli staged by the Society with background; also notes on the centenary of the Battle of Loos and service of commemoration at Edrom Church It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Allan Line, there are the following articles: Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Allerdean, there are the following articles: Mrs Euphemia Voy by Benjamin Moody, a synopsis is Obituary of Euphemia Voy, first wife of William Voy, who died at Coldstream on 24th March 1891. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Altarstone, there are the following articles: The Altarstone at Stobo by Isobel Jardine, a synopsis is Stobo Slate Quarry "inferior to no slate whatever". Also a connection to Merlin and Arthur. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Alwin, there are the following articles: Hawick and District from Old Photographs by , a synopsis is Some notes on the recently published book 'Hawick and District from Old Photographs', by Alastair M Redpath. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic America, there are the following articles: American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser -Deaths 1857-1878 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Marriages 1872-1875 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 49;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1879-1889 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1890-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Marriages 1876-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50.
For the topic Amos, there are the following articles: Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Travellers Tales in the Borders by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is This is the text of Fred's talk to the Society on 25th April 2004. Absorbing review of public road transport in the Borders mainly in the 20th century. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55;
On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Anchor line, there are the following articles: Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Ancrum, there are the following articles: John Ainslie Map Maker by C.M. Ainslie, a synopsis is John Ainslie who was described at a conference in Edinburgh in 1971 as Scotland's greatest cartographer. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43;
The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44;
Inheritances and Family History by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A short article on the inheritance of a pair of silver sugar tongs which had originally belonged to Walter Laing Wilson and his wife Janet Nichol of Ancrum. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78;
Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Placenames in the Ancrum area by , a synopsis is Review of book 'Placenames in the Ancrum area' by David Cain. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Anderson, there are the following articles: Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Forgotten Borderers by Jean M. Smith, a synopsis is James Grieve and his interesting contribution to the lowly apple. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
A Canadian Connection by Jenifer Payne, a synopsis is Copies of letters sent from Canada in 1864 - they make very interesting reading. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Notes on the Ancestry of the Ettrick Shepherd by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is James Hogg (1770-1835) where he and his ancestors lived in the Borders, also who they married. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Anderson Family Legend by Mrs. Steele, a synopsis is Three brothers shared their last sixpence at Kelso Fair and then parted company. How a lady searched for relatives. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 8;
Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Border Influences on the Dark Continent by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Borderers who played a part in the exploration and settlement of Africa. Mungo Park, Thomas Pringle, John Leyden. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Baillie John Smail of Galashiels by , a synopsis is Baillie Smail, born at Clovenfords, was First Baillie in 1867, and was renowned for severe punishment . He died of chronic alcoholism. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 36;
On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Andrea Ferares, there are the following articles: Savages of the North by Vivienne S. Moore, a synopsis is Short letter from James Usher to Walter Scott 1828. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Angling, there are the following articles: Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Antigua, there are the following articles: Scots in Antigua by Diana Pirrie, a synopsis is Note about St John's Cathedral, Antigua where the author found an splendid marble memorial for Robert Peddie, surgeon, native of Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Anti-Slavery, there are the following articles: Thomas Pringle, Writer, Poet and Anti-Slavery Campaigner by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Thomas Pringle born at Linton in 1789 who went on to become a respected poet an close acquaintance of Sir Walter Scott. He later emigrated to South Africa where he experiences many travails. The article recounts these experiences and how the family overcame many difficulties as early settlers. He founded a school and wrote a book on the state of the English settlers. He became a noted campaigner for human rights and came to be known as "the father of South African Poetry" It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Applegarth, there are the following articles: Recording the Jardines - A one-name study by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is 17 years of research of the Jardine Clan Society. A history of the Clan and the worldwide story of the Jardines. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Applegirth, there are the following articles: The Jardine Clan Society by Family History News, a synopsis is Formed in 1977. Came from France 1066, settled in Anndale; now, branches of the family world wide. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Apprenticeships, there are the following articles: Melrose Apprenticeships by Vivienne Dunstan, a synopsis is A report on the compilation by Society member Dr. Vivienne Dunstan on masters and apprentices in Melrose Parish between 1743 and 1804. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Archaeology, there are the following articles: Flodden 1513 Ecomuseum by Becki Cooper, a synopsis is An update on archaeological digs and other activities and research relative to the Battle of Flodden. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Archdale, there are the following articles: The Genealogical Society of Utah by Mr Rogers, a synopsis is The history, and the Mormons with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Society has grown to be the largest family history reseach organisation and resource in the world. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Architects, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Archives, there are the following articles: Scottish Borders Council Archives - Hawick Heritage Hub by Rachel Hosker, a synopsis is Information about the new ‘state of the art’ Council archives due to open in May 2007. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Armstrong, there are the following articles: A Border Tragedy - Hawick 900 Court of Record and Civil Records by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An article on cases of Breach of Promise. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Clan Armstrong Trust by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on the Clan Armstrong Trust. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 82;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43;
The Berwick Sensation by F. L. Kennington, a synopsis is This story would make a very good murder mystery, the research that has gone into this story would be long and time consuming. For anyone interested in Berwick history you should read it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Artisans, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 2 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses wages of artisans, workers’ household budget, unemployment, poor relief, and medical assistance. Continued from issue 44, and in issue 46. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Ashton, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A transcription of death notices in the local newspaper. There are too many names to list them all. Only those with extended entries are indexed. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Atcheson, there are the following articles: The Dimma and Dickson Families of the Borders Region, Scotland by Thomas Dimma Minster, a synopsis is The Dimma family from Eckford, who they married, and where they settled in Ontario. This is a well researched article into a old Border family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Atkin, there are the following articles: Thistle and Shamrock by John L. Alton, a synopsis is A very well researched article on family history covering Rutherford, Brown, Atkin, and more. The Irish connection would make it very difficult. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Atkins, there are the following articles: So You've Found A Soldier by Capt. John E. Grey, a synopsis is The trials that you may find looking for your connection with a soldier that was in the British Army. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Atkinson, there are the following articles: Border Marriges Boon for "Priests" and Bane for Searchers by Northumberland and Durham History Soc., a synopsis is The rise and fall of the "Irregular Marriages" From Gretna to Lamberton. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Auchope, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Austin, there are the following articles: Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Australia, there are the following articles: Australian Intimations in Hawick Advertiser by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths 1862-1900, in Australia of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
John Liddle (13.3.1842 - 26.9.1907) by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the life of John Liddle born at Reston and his voyage to Australia in 1865 aboard the "Clara". He kept a diary during the voyage and extracts are included illustrating what life was like aboard an emigrant ship. There are also details from the ship's register (a full list of the names of the 384 immigrants is available) also a breakdown of occupations, nationalities and deaths during the voyage. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80;
Journey to Australia by Dr J. B. Sproule, a synopsis is The vivid descriptions of life at sea recorded in James Stewart's diary will be of interest to all of us whose ancestors left these shores in the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Charles McGinn by Michael and Chris Hume, a synopsis is Some notes on Charles McGinn born at Stow in 1865 and his emigration to Australia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
George Hope 1814-1884 by Alistair Hope, a synopsis is The story of George Hope 1814-1884 born in Morebattle who with his family emigrated to Australia, their struggles and achievements in Australia including their experiences of the 'Goldrush' and an account of their return visit to Morebattle 38 years later. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Harvey Settlers Reunion by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is This was the evening address to the reunion, about why they were in the Borders and Northumberland, and about the author's Australian cousins. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
William Coulthard: Emigrant to South Australia by Alfred J. Coultherd, a synopsis is Captain A. J. Coultherd has sent a moving account of an intrepid explorer who moved to Australia in 1836. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7;
Andrew Thompson (Convict, Emancipist and Philanthropist) by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Yetholm born Andrew Thompson transported to Australia for petty theft but who went on to become a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and one of the most influential men in the Colony. How a town square created by him and now the oldest surviving in Australia is under threat and of attempts to try to preserve this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Records of a Noble Life - Rev Archibald William Murray 1811 to 1892 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Born in Jedburgh, he was a missionary to Samoa and New Guinea, afterwards living in Australia till his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
Australian Deaths Recorded in the Hawick Advertiser 1854-1873 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of people from Hawick who died in or on the way to Australia. Very comprehensive. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Australian Intimations in Hawick Advertiser by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births 1858-1897, Marriages 1854-1900, Deaths 1853-1862, in Australia of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54;
Convicts Transported to Western Australia in 1858 aboard the 'Edwin Fox' by Lynn Manning, a synopsis is A list of Scottish convicts transported to Australia on the "Edwin Fox". Reprinted from Bedfordshire Family History Society Journal It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Great Grandfather's Clock by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account by the author of a clock belonging to his great grandfather which he came upon when holidaying in Australia. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Auxiliaries, there are the following articles: W.W 2 Auxiliaries by , a synopsis is Some notes on the work of the World War 2 Auxiliaries or the British Resistance Army. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Ayton, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
The Aytons of Ayton by James Eaton, a synopsis is The parish of Ayton from the Norman family De Vesci who changed their name to Ayton to a history of the village. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17;
Memories of Ayton by Patricia Payne, a synopsis is Mrs Patricia Payne was so interested in the articles on 'The Ayton Bard' that she felt the need to record some of her memories of Ayton before all was forgotten. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 18;
'Fair' Suspended by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of how the writer discovered there generations his ancestors of the name Fair in the Churchyard at Ayton. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Ayton History Society by , a synopsis is Note on a booklet 'The History of Ayton and other personal Recollections published by Ayton History Society; includes extracts from the work of T Ramsay Turner, an account by an unknown author entitled 'Happy Childhood Reminiscences of 1876' and some works by the local poet Robert Mennon. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
The Ayton Bard Robert Mennon 1797-1885 by Michael Mennon, a synopsis is This is a two part article abridged from the book of the title written by A. Michael Mennim. A copy of the complete book together with maps, photgraphs and poems is in Scottish Borders Council Library Headquartors with a family tree. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Babington, there are the following articles: World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Baillie, there are the following articles: What Might Have Been by Mike Bucher, a synopsis is The writer pursues a mysterious entry which she finds in the family Bible and suggests that her ancestor Lochhart Baillie was the natural son of George Baillie of Jerviswood and Catherine Sangster and surmises how different the history of her family could have been. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
A Border Tragedy - Hawick 900 Court of Record and Civil Records by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An article on cases of Breach of Promise. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Bailzie, there are the following articles: More Gypsy Snippets by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some interesting snippets extracted by Peter Munro regarding gypsies throughout the ages It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 0.
For the topic Bain, there are the following articles: Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Baird, there are the following articles: Rev. John Baird (1799-1861)--Friend of the Gypsies by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is John Baird was Minister at Kirk Yetholm. He was responsible for the new bridge , rebuilding the Kirk and School. He also educated the Gypsies and brought them into the community. was a founder member of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Baker, there are the following articles: Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Balaclava, there are the following articles: Coldstream History Society by , a synopsis is A note on the raising of a stone to commemorate James Charles Purves who died at the Battle of Balaclava in the 'Charge of the Light Brigade'. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Balfour, there are the following articles: A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
Letters of Slains 1569--A family puzzle by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is An intriguing tale of death and complaint in 1569. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12;
Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Balfour Hays of Yester, there are the following articles: Links with old Peebles Families by Rena Stewart, a synopsis is A investigating search into old Peebles families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Ballantyne, there are the following articles: Kelso Abbey and Walter Scott's Kelso by , a synopsis is Review of two books, Kelso Abbey and Walter Scott's Kelso looking in particular at the connection between Sir Walter Scott and the Town. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Donation to Society Archive by , a synopsis is An acknowledgement of the donation to the Society of the book ' John Wood (blacksmith) - from Scotland to Rawdon N.S. in 1815 and his Descendants'. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Ballie, there are the following articles: A forgotten village-Huguenot refugees at Polwarth by Colin Wood, a synopsis is The story of the Huguenot refugees who landed at Berwick on Tweed and travelling inland alighted on this secluded spot to settle there, is known, perhaps only by their descendants. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Balliol, there are the following articles: Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Bankhouse, there are the following articles: Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is The history of Grantshouse and one of its sons, James Turner. Continued in issue 28. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Banking, there are the following articles: The Bankers Revenge by A. W. Kerr, a synopsis is The rise and fall of a bank in East Lothian. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 10;
Saving, Spending and Family History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is In his follow up article on "Granny's Bawbees and Other Coins" the writer considers different forms of currency which circuited in Scotland including doits or dytes and rex dollars. He goes on to outline the not inconsiderable role played by Scottish banks in the development of the current banking system including such things as the invention of the first overdraft, the first retail bank branch, the world's first coloured bank note and the first mobile bank. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Banks, there are the following articles: Saving, Spending and Family History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is In his follow up article on "Granny's Bawbees and Other Coins" the writer considers different forms of currency which circuited in Scotland including doits or dytes and rex dollars. He goes on to outline the not inconsiderable role played by Scottish banks in the development of the current banking system including such things as the invention of the first overdraft, the first retail bank branch, the world's first coloured bank note and the first mobile bank. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Baptie, there are the following articles: Tweedmount House Tweedmount Road Melrose by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is A great deal of research has gone into this article on a house from when the land was bought to when it was last sold. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Barclay, there are the following articles: My Barclay Ancestors by Liz Butchart, a synopsis is The author's great grandfather, Joseph Edgely Barclay, and other relatives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50.
For the topic Barony, there are the following articles: Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Barossa, there are the following articles: William Coulthard: Emigrant to South Australia by Alfred J. Coultherd, a synopsis is Captain A. J. Coultherd has sent a moving account of an intrepid explorer who moved to Australia in 1836. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Barrie, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Bartoun, there are the following articles: Church and School Connections in the Borders: 1717-1869 and earlier by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Account of various Hoy ancestors, many connected with the Church. A lot of research has gone into this. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Bass, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of the Bass by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is An account fully referenced, of the family of the Lauders of the Bass Rock. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Bass Rock, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of the Bass by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is An account fully referenced, of the family of the Lauders of the Bass Rock. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Batavia, there are the following articles: The Leyden Family by Ronald Spencer, a synopsis is From USA, an article on the name Leyden with particular reference to Dr John Leyden. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Bathgate, there are the following articles: Following in the Footsteps of Robert Redpath. by Irene J Redpath, a synopsis is The story of one man's journey to mine gold in Australia. There is reference to two diaries kept by other men on the voyage from Glasgow to Townsville, Queensland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Baton Rouge, there are the following articles: William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Battle of Chickamauga, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Battle of Dunbar, there are the following articles: Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Battle of Murphreesboro, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Battle of Nashville, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Battle of Shiloh, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Baumholder, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Bavianns, there are the following articles: Thomas Pringle by Professor Charles Wait, a synopsis is A follow up from Professor Charles Wait in South Africa on the article on Thomas Pringle in the previous edition with photographs of a memorial church to Thomas Pringle, its history, some notes on his descendants and how he is remembered in South Africa. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Bawbee, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Baxter, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Who Was Lizzie Jardine ? by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is The author's start on her family history - mainly ordinary working folk in the Borders. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Beanburn, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard Robert Mennon 1797-1885 by Michael Mennon, a synopsis is This is a two part article abridged from the book of the title written by A. Michael Mennim. A copy of the complete book together with maps, photgraphs and poems is in Scottish Borders Council Library Headquartors with a family tree. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Beattie, there are the following articles: The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Beatties by Bruce McCartney, a synopsis is Langholm Archive Centre is looking for Beattie volunteers to take part in a DNA project. Participation is completely free and available to all male Beatties not immediately related who can provide a little family tree information and full results will be made available. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 67;
Who was Little Arthur Foster? Elliots at court 1675-1682 by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border Reivers Court sittings in the 1600's. How Cautioners upheld the Law.Also in 5 pages in issue 30 covering the same subject. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Bedrule, there are the following articles: The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Befinells, there are the following articles: The Way We Were by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Berwickshire farm servants wages from 1751 and how the farm hand had to make the hovel of a house more habitable. It was not the good old days, it was slavery. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Beggars badges, there are the following articles: Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Belfast, there are the following articles: Recording the Jardines - A one-name study by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is 17 years of research of the Jardine Clan Society. A history of the Clan and the worldwide story of the Jardines. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Belford, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Morebattle by Elespeth Ewan, a synopsis is A history of Morebattle Parish and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Bell, there are the following articles: The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
A Rutherfurd family by James Selkirk, a synopsis is Notes on the name Rutherfurd taken from the book 'Rutherfurds of that Ilk'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Dingleton Hospital, Melrose by , a synopsis is Some notes on Dingleton Hospital, Melrose and how to access information of those having a connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Peeblesshire's First Car by Gwen Stein, a synopsis is An account of Peeblesshire's first car built by Laurence Bell in a rented shed in Peebles and how from such humble beginnings developed the Scottish Motor Traction Company (SMT). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
Excerpts from the Diaries of the Rev William Bell by Malcolm & Jennifer Sissons, a synopsis is Biography of Rev Bell who emigrated from Scotland in 1817 to lead a pioneer life in Perth, in the wilderness of Upper Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
Genealogy of the Symington Family by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A review of the book 'The Genealogy of the Symington Family' by the Rev Henry Paton kindly donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Bells, there are the following articles: Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Belses, there are the following articles: The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44;
Station Master of Belses by Jed Squirrel, a synopsis is How history turned up in a sack of rubbish and some one brought it back to life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Beltane, there are the following articles: Know your parish -Peebles by Jean Moffat, a synopsis is Arms of the Burgh Chartes. Families. Fairs, Transport A good history of the town and tale or two. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Bemersyde, there are the following articles: Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Bennet, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Morebattle by Elespeth Ewan, a synopsis is A history of Morebattle Parish and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18;
The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Benrig, there are the following articles: Stoddart by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Margaret Stoddart, born 1831, and her very interesting history. From stot-herd,one who tended cattle 1376. Earliest mention in Douglas Barony of Buittle. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Berrywell, there are the following articles: The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Bertram, there are the following articles: Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Berwick, there are the following articles: County Railway Routes - Berwick to St Boswells by , a synopsis is Details of the book in the Country Railway Book series Berwick to St. Boswells. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
St. Boswells to Berwick Railway via Duns by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on a book 'St Boswells to Berwick via Duns which traces the history of this railway line. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 83;
The Berwick Sensation by F. L. Kennington, a synopsis is This story would make a very good murder mystery, the research that has gone into this story would be long and time consuming. For anyone interested in Berwick history you should read it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Migration From Glendale To New Brunswick, Canada by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is Account of the families who migrated from Berwick-upon-Tweed to New Brunswick, Canada, and the hazards they faced. Includes a list of families with Glendale or Border origins were granted land. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Crossing the Border by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Notes on Linda Bankier's talk to the Society on 20th February 2005, mainly about the differences between English and Scottish records, irregular marriages, and the Berwick Record Office's holdings. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57;
The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Berwick on Tweed, there are the following articles: Berwick-upon-Tweed Twixt Thistle and Rose-A Family Historian's Nightmare by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Locations and types of marriages in and on the Border. Types of sources, also Parish Registers for 18th and 19th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Berwickshire, there are the following articles: The Homes of Paxton House by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is A fascinating piece of Borders family history came to light when a 200 year-old Berwickshire mansion was gifted to the nation. Along with the history of the family of Home's. Love is a wondrous thing ! It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11;
My Grandfather and the Demon Drink - the Berwickshire "No-Licence" campaign of 1920 by Malcolm Lindsay, a synopsis is An account by the Rev. Tom Notman, minister of Leitholm United Free Church in his campaign for prohibition in Berwickshire and later in the Cowcaddens District in Glasgow prior to the Second World War It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75;
The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
Howes and Knowes by , a synopsis is Mention of a volume 'An introduction to Berwickshire Place Names' by Michael E Braithwaite. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
The Autobiography of a Working man by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes regarding the life of Alexander Somerville born in East Lothian but who spent most of his early life in Berwickshire. He became a cavalryman in the Royal British Dragoons but was subjected to punishment of 100 lashes for writing to a local paper at the time of the passing of the Reform Act of 1832. Questions were asked in Parliament regarding his punishment almost universally regarded as excessive and his release from the army was purchased by public subscription. His autobiography recalls the hardship of his early life in Berwickshire as son of a farm hand. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Berwickshire Fencible Cavalry by , a synopsis is Details of military discharge records during and following the Napoleonic Wars (1814-1835) which may be of interest to those researching their ancestors. An interesting mix of Bordermen and those from south of the Border. These records are from the National Archives at Kew. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
The Parish Churches Of Berwickshire by G A C Binnie, a synopsis is A talk by the author given to the Society on 22nd March, 1998. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Bondagers of the Borders by Liz Taylor, a synopsis is Liz Taylor presented a most informative talk to members of the society, this is a short story of Bondagers. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Maps by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Brief notes about Borders maps available from the Society, and on the Internet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
Coldstream History Society by , a synopsis is A note on a project recently undertaken by the Society including the transcription of the graveyard at Lennel Cemetery, Coldstream and also a project to record detailed genealogical information of all names appearing on War Memorials in Berwickshire and North Northumberland. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79;
Kennington/Cowe Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The story of the family's arrival in Berwickshire and their life there until they departed to Canada. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Rentons of Billie and Lamberton by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The first part of an account of the History of the Rentons of Billie and Lamberton in Berwickshire. Tracing in detail the history of the family from the early fourteenth century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
The Way We Were by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Berwickshire farm servants wages from 1751 and how the farm hand had to make the hovel of a house more habitable. It was not the good old days, it was slavery. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15;
CD Review - Kelso Poor House and Ragged School by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Interesting review of the content of this much loved publication, and a bit on the social context of the Poor House and the Ragged School in Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Beveridge, there are the following articles: A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Bews, there are the following articles: Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Biggiesknowe, there are the following articles: Know your parish -Peebles by Jean Moffat, a synopsis is Arms of the Burgh Chartes. Families. Fairs, Transport A good history of the town and tale or two. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Billerwell, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Billie, there are the following articles: Rentons of Billie and Lamberton by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The first part of an account of the History of the Rentons of Billie and Lamberton in Berwickshire. Tracing in detail the history of the family from the early fourteenth century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Rentons of Billie and Lamberton by Gregory Lauder- Frost, a synopsis is Continuation of the article in the previous issue of the history of the Renton family of Billie and Lamberton. The story continues from the 16th. Century to date detailing many achievements but also revealing some scandal. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Binnie, there are the following articles: George Fleming M.A. by Ian McGregor, a synopsis is Article on George Fleming MA, distinguished educationalist. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Bird, there are the following articles: A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Tweedmount House Tweedmount Road Melrose by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is A great deal of research has gone into this article on a house from when the land was bought to when it was last sold. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Birgham, there are the following articles: Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Ecclesiastical Education in Berwickshire What the records have to tell by Dr Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Ecclesiastical education of Berwickshire and where to find useful information It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Birth, there are the following articles: Australian Intimations in Hawick Advertiser by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births 1858-1897, Marriages 1854-1900, Deaths 1853-1862, in Australia of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54;
American Intimations in the Hawick Advertiser Births 1859-1900 and Marriages 1855-1872 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48.
For the topic Births, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
Canadian Intimations in the "Hawick Advertiser" 1855 - 1898 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of births and marriages of Canadians intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1898, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47;
New Zealand Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1861-1896 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages, 1861-1896, in New Zealand of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56.
For the topic Black, there are the following articles: Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Black Dwarf, there are the following articles: The Black Dwarf by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of David Ritchie, the "Black Dwarf" of Sir Walter Scott's novel of the same name An account of his life (1741 to 1811) in and around the Manor Valley including an account of his meeting with Sir Walter Scott and after death the removal of his corpse by the Resurrectionists. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Blackadder, there are the following articles: New Society Publication Edrom by , a synopsis is An account of the publication by the Society of the Edrom Monumental Inscriptions etc. also some background on the parish and persons associated. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Scottish Covenanter Memorials Association by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Note on the renovation by the Scottish Covenanter Memorials Association of stone in North Berwick Churchyard to the Rev John Blackadder and his Borders connections. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 77;
Gallipoli and Hill 70 Loos by , a synopsis is Some notes on an exhibition on Gallipoli staged by the Society with background; also notes on the centenary of the Battle of Loos and service of commemoration at Edrom Church It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Blackburn, there are the following articles: An Infamous Mistress by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'An Infamous Mistress' by Sarah Murden and Joanne Major being a biography of Grace Dalrymple Elliot. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Blacket, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Blackethouse, there are the following articles: A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Blackie, there are the following articles: Longformacus Free Church by , a synopsis is Discovery of a poem written in 1869 relating to Longformacus Free Church. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Blacksmith, there are the following articles: William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Fountainhall Smiddy 1793-1945 by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of the Hislop / Dick family who worked in the smiddy (blacksmith's shop) for five generations. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Blacksmiths, there are the following articles: The Famous and Infamous of the Jeffrey Family by George Martin, a synopsis is Absorbing biography of James Jeffrey, son of James Jeffrey and Elizabeth Sinton, and his career as a famous gardener. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Blaikie, there are the following articles: A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Blair, there are the following articles: Researching Family History across the Border by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is An account by the author of the challenges and pitfalls of cross-border research. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Blake, there are the following articles: The Alternative Relationship by Mrs H. Crammond, a synopsis is The Alternative Relationship and how it can be used. Also an interesting research into the Cavers and Cammond families. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Blakelaw, there are the following articles: Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Blakemore, there are the following articles: Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Blindburn, there are the following articles: Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Blog, there are the following articles: The Society's Website Blog by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Notes on the Society blog and how to access and post. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Blyndlee, there are the following articles: Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Blyth, there are the following articles: Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
The Gypsy King and the President by , a synopsis is Relationship between President Clinton and Charles Blyth, king of the gypsies. Reprinted from the Sunday Telegraph. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 23;
Jethart Jock by John Murray, a synopsis is The mystery of Jethart Jock of Coldstream, husband of the Gypsy Queen Esther Faa Blyth and attempts to identify. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Blythe, there are the following articles: Rev. John Baird (1799-1861)--Friend of the Gypsies by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is John Baird was Minister at Kirk Yetholm. He was responsible for the new bridge , rebuilding the Kirk and School. He also educated the Gypsies and brought them into the community. was a founder member of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Bodle, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Body Snatching, there are the following articles: A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
History in the Graveyard by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is Body snatching in the Borders and how it was fought. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Boer War, there are the following articles: Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Bollardson, there are the following articles: David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Bombay, there are the following articles: Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Bonchester Bridge, there are the following articles: A Tale of Two Brothers and a Photographic Puzzle by Ben Haslam, a synopsis is A tale of and contrast between two brothers Robert (later Sir Robert) and William Laidlaw born in Bonchester Bridge; Sir Robert who set up a chain of multiples in India , known as 'The Selfridges of the East' and became a Member of Parliament and William who ran a grocery shop in Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Bonkyl, there are the following articles: Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some background on the CD of Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Bookless, there are the following articles: A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic boots, there are the following articles: Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Border Games, there are the following articles: Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Border Magazine, there are the following articles: James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Border Railway, there are the following articles: 1849 by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A report on Hawick in the year 1849, the year the Border Railway reached Hawick but also the year of the cholera epidemic. Includes contemporary reports on the epidemic and names of a number of those who died It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Borders, there are the following articles: Saving and Sharing Borders Stories of WWI by , a synopsis is Reference to the project by Live Borders Museum and Library Services to commemorate the Borders experience during the Great War. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Harvey Settlers Reunion by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is This was the evening address to the reunion, about why they were in the Borders and Northumberland, and about the author's Australian cousins. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Scottish Borders Council Archives - Hawick Heritage Hub by Rachel Hosker, a synopsis is Information about the new ‘state of the art’ Council archives due to open in May 2007. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Border Names by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A note of the most common names in the Borders extracted from the Society's transcription of Memorial Inscriptions, It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78;
17th. Century Borders Witchcraft Trials; the role of reputation by Mary Craig, a synopsis is A resume by the author of her talk to the Society on witchcraft in the Borders, evidence of witchcraft and sentences and the reasons for its particular prevalence in Scotland. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Borders Festivals, there are the following articles: No Room at the Inn for Common Riding 2014 by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is An account of the Borders Festivals, their dates and formats. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Borders FHS, there are the following articles: Borders Family History Society - from its beginning by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is The story of the foundation and growth of the Borders FHS. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Borders Hardie, there are the following articles: Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Borrowman, there are the following articles: The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Borthwick, there are the following articles: The Bankers Revenge by A. W. Kerr, a synopsis is The rise and fall of a bank in East Lothian. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 10;
Is Anybody Out There ? by Jean Currie, a synopsis is The author's search for an ancestor's home. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
The Banker's Revenge by Colin Woods, a synopsis is Extract from the History of Banking in Scotland by A W Kerr concerning some aspects of William Borthwick's behaviour. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Borthwick water, there are the following articles: Who was Little Arthur Foster? Elliots at court 1675-1682 by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border Reivers Court sittings in the 1600's. How Cautioners upheld the Law.Also in 5 pages in issue 30 covering the same subject. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Boston, there are the following articles: Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
The Boston Family of Gattonside by M.C.Lawson, a synopsis is A tale of hand loom weavers from Gattonside who decided to visit a sister in Canada. How they eventually decided to emigrate over to Canada and they walked from New York to Upper Canada. Most of the family are buried in Melrose Church Yard. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Bothwell, there are the following articles: Know your parish -Peebles by Jean Moffat, a synopsis is Arms of the Burgh Chartes. Families. Fairs, Transport A good history of the town and tale or two. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Bovina, there are the following articles: m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Bowden, there are the following articles: CD Review - Bowden Monumental Inscriptions by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Review of the content of this publication, and suggestions of other useful publications. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67;
McKenzie's around the River Ale by W E McKenzie, a synopsis is An account of McKenzies in and around the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
The Dimma and Dickson Families of the Borders Region, Scotland by Thomas Dimma Minster, a synopsis is The Dimma family from Eckford, who they married, and where they settled in Ontario. This is a well researched article into a old Border family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Bowden School, there are the following articles: Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Transcribed admission register of pupils admitted 1864-1872, showing addresses, dates of birth, and parents. Continued in issue 25. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Bowhill, there are the following articles: Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Bowie, there are the following articles: The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Bowling, there are the following articles: William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Bowmaker, there are the following articles: Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Notes on the book "Eustace the Outcast" by David Pae also on the will of James Swanston of Eyemouth containing what is thought to be a list of customers for illicit produce including the Rev. Robert Bowmaker, minister, Duns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Bowshank, there are the following articles: Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Boyd, there are the following articles: The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Boyle, there are the following articles: Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Douglas of Springwood Park by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The name Douglas would run fear into many Englishmen. This distinguished Border family and its history It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Bradford, there are the following articles: The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Bradley, there are the following articles: Who was Robert Proudfoot? by Chris Proudfoot, a synopsis is A look by the author at his Proudfoot ancestry and mysteries surrounding it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Bradshaw's Railway Guide, there are the following articles: Bradshaw's Railway Guide by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A note on Bradshaw's Railway Guide and what might be available - some snippets from the entry for Duns. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Braidford, there are the following articles: The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Bramton, there are the following articles: A Hogarth Family Tree by James Hogarth, a synopsis is There came into James Hogarth's possession a manuscript family tree covering seven or eight generations of the Hogarth family, also, where they came from. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Brandt, there are the following articles: The Homes of Paxton House by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is A fascinating piece of Borders family history came to light when a 200 year-old Berwickshire mansion was gifted to the nation. Along with the history of the family of Home's. Love is a wondrous thing ! It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Branxholm, there are the following articles: From Hawick to Kirkpatrick-Durham by way of Moscow by Linda M Chapman, a synopsis is Notes of Grieves of Kirkpatrick-Durham in Kirkcudbrightshire, who were descendants of Walter Grieve of Branxholm Park, most of whom were farmers, but also included two eminent doctors who were physicians to the Russian court in the 18th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Branxton, there are the following articles: Hawick Through Time by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Hawick through Time' by Alistair Moffat. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Breasted, there are the following articles: Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Brewster, there are the following articles: James Veitch - Border Astronomer by Bill Veitch, a synopsis is Shot extract of a talk given by Mr. Bill Veitch to the Society on the 15th of May 1994. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26;
William Lorrain-Borders Schoolmaster by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is During the last war attics were cleared of paper and, from an attic in Jedburgh there appeared a collection of papers concerning the Rector of Jedburgh Grammar School, William Lorrain. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Brice, there are the following articles: Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Bridges, there are the following articles: Adam Clark (1811 to 1866) by Dr. Jim Lyon, a synopsis is A fascinating account of Adam Clark, born in Edinburgh but brought up in Kelso who became a bridge builder of renown in Hungary building the first bridge across the Danube linking the communities of Buda and Pest. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Moves to Restore the Union Bridge by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of moves to restore the Union Bridge linking Scotland and England at the lowest crossing point on the River Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Brisbane house, there are the following articles: Sir Thomas Brisbane by Zilla Oddy, a synopsis is From a request to Kelso Museum for details on Sir Thomas Brisbane. A history of Makerston and the City of Brisbane He was also a keen astronomer. Very interesting. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic British Army, there are the following articles: So You've Found A Soldier by Capt. John E. Grey, a synopsis is The trials that you may find looking for your connection with a soldier that was in the British Army. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic British Linen Bank, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic British Resistance Army, there are the following articles: W.W 2 Auxiliaries by , a synopsis is Some notes on the work of the World War 2 Auxiliaries or the British Resistance Army. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Brittain, there are the following articles: Station Master of Belses by Jed Squirrel, a synopsis is How history turned up in a sack of rubbish and some one brought it back to life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Brixton, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borderers--Andrew Walker (1808-1896) by , a synopsis is Andrew Walker, born Earlston, worked at Newton Don and moved eventually to Camden and started a Ragged School. He emigrated to Troy in New York and died there. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Broadlee, there are the following articles: The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Broderbund, there are the following articles: Family Tree Maker by John Unsworth, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
Family Tree Maker Online by Allan McVittie, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program with the Internet It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Brodie, there are the following articles: Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Brodies, there are the following articles: Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Brogdale, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borderers by Jean M. Smith, a synopsis is James Grieve and his interesting contribution to the lowly apple. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Brook, there are the following articles: Travellers Tales in the Borders by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is This is the text of Fred's talk to the Society on 25th April 2004. Absorbing review of public road transport in the Borders mainly in the 20th century. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55.
For the topic Brooke, there are the following articles: Sidelines on the Borders Railway by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Nowadays, the only railway line in the Borders is the main east coast line in Berwickshire. Lady Gibson has discovered, however, that the history of the railways has plenty of interest for family historians. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Broomhouse, there are the following articles: Helen Home of Broomhouse by , a synopsis is Notification that copies of the letters from James Home of Broomhouse, captain of marines with the Mediterranean fleet during the Napoleonic Wars written to his sister Helen have been donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Broomiesdyke, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Brown, there are the following articles: Thistle and Shamrock by John L. Alton, a synopsis is A very well researched article on family history covering Rutherford, Brown, Atkin, and more. The Irish connection would make it very difficult. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
My dig into the past by A. Turner, a synopsis is Peebleshire family and from other parts of the Borders, an interesting tale. Also history of various bridges over the Tweed. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
An Infamous Mistress by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'An Infamous Mistress' by Sarah Murden and Joanne Major being a biography of Grace Dalrymple Elliot. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Strayed far from Berwickshire by G.H. Jeffery, a synopsis is This is a small article on Berwickshire strays in the township of Canden East in the county of Lennox and Addington in Ontario, Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Canadian Strays by J. Hislop, a synopsis is Some discoveries of Lowland strays from Grey township, Ontario It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Who was Little Arthur Foster? Elliots at court 1675-1682 by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border Reivers Court sittings in the 1600's. How Cautioners upheld the Law.Also in 5 pages in issue 30 covering the same subject. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Australian Deaths Recorded in the Hawick Advertiser 1854-1873 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of people from Hawick who died in or on the way to Australia. Very comprehensive. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Adam moves to the Borders by Helen M. Booth, a synopsis is Adam Brown bought a small plot of land in West Linton in 1839 after which he emigrated to Australia with seven of his nine children-this story covers their history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
An ill-matched couple by Ralph Maltman, a synopsis is An account from a solicitor's file of a domestic dispute between a husband and wife over assets. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
One of the many Brown Families by I.M. Brown, a synopsis is A family tree of Browns in Galashiels, Selkirk areas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 26;
More Gypsy Snippets by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some interesting snippets extracted by Peter Munro regarding gypsies throughout the ages It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 0.
For the topic Browne, there are the following articles: The People of the Lammermuirs by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Detailed history of the Lammermuirs from Celtic times to the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Browning, there are the following articles: Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Helen Rreichenbach, a synopsis is A list of men who died in the Boer War in outlying places. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Bruce, there are the following articles: Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Brunton, there are the following articles: Roxburgh Here ! by John Fairbairn, a synopsis is Extract from the memoirs of the late John Fairbairn, born 28th March 1912, married in 1937, who died on 20th July 2003. He worked for the Kelso Chronicle, and later was the editor of the Hobart Mercury, Tasmania. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Bryce, there are the following articles: The Monteath Mausoleum by John D Wood/ David Freeman, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Monteath Mausoleum near St Boswells and moves to conserve. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Brydon, there are the following articles: A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7;
Mike Brydon by Mike Brydon, a synopsis is Biopic of Mike Brydon, then Vice-Chairman of the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 40;
The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Brydone, there are the following articles: A Quite Remarkable Man by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Review of a book ' A Quite Remarkable Man - the life of Patrick Brydone' (1736-1818) by John Evans. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Brymer, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Buchan, there are the following articles: The Altarstone at Stobo by Isobel Jardine, a synopsis is Stobo Slate Quarry "inferior to no slate whatever". Also a connection to Merlin and Arthur. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Masterton Family Website by , a synopsis is A link to the Masterton Family History Website It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 0;
The Tweedsmuir Connection by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is Report of the society's summer outing to Upper Tweeddale. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13;
On John Buchan's grave by David Weekes, a synopsis is An account of a small volume by David Weekes on his search to interpret the Latin and Greek text on the grave of John Buchan in Elsfield Church, Oxfordshire. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Buckholm, there are the following articles: Thistle and Shamrock by John L. Alton, a synopsis is A very well researched article on family history covering Rutherford, Brown, Atkin, and more. The Irish connection would make it very difficult. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Budapest, there are the following articles: Adam Clark (1811 to 1866) by Dr. Jim Lyon, a synopsis is A fascinating account of Adam Clark, born in Edinburgh but brought up in Kelso who became a bridge builder of renown in Hungary building the first bridge across the Danube linking the communities of Buda and Pest. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Buglass, there are the following articles: A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Bukles, there are the following articles: Letters of Slains 1569--A family puzzle by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is An intriguing tale of death and complaint in 1569. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Bunkle, there are the following articles: Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some background on the CD of Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Bunkle and Preston, there are the following articles: Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some background on the CD of Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Bunzie, there are the following articles: The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Burgeon, there are the following articles: The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Burgon, there are the following articles: The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Burial, there are the following articles: The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53.
For the topic Burials, there are the following articles: Death is for the Living by Anne Gordon, a synopsis is The first part of the talk given to the Society on 15th September 2002. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Death is for the Living by Anne Gordon, a synopsis is Second part of the talk given to the Society on 15th September 2002. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52.
For the topic Burke, there are the following articles: The Berwick Sensation by F. L. Kennington, a synopsis is This story would make a very good murder mystery, the research that has gone into this story would be long and time consuming. For anyone interested in Berwick history you should read it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Burnet, there are the following articles: The Reverand Alexander Naughley by Eddie Wren, a synopsis is A very interesting account of a Parish Clergyman from Stow to Threlkeld and his life story. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Burnett, there are the following articles: Old Uncle by Margery V. Turnbull, a synopsis is Brief biopic about Alexander Virtue, sometime schoolmaster at Nenthorn. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Burnmouth, there are the following articles: The Tweed to the Northern Isles by , a synopsis is Some information on a new publication entitled 'The Tweed to the Northern Isles' which traces the history of fishing along Scotland's east coast. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Burns, there are the following articles: School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
The Berwick Sensation by F. L. Kennington, a synopsis is This story would make a very good murder mystery, the research that has gone into this story would be long and time consuming. For anyone interested in Berwick history you should read it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
The Kidstons of Stow by John Kidston Tait, a synopsis is A very comprehensive account of the early Rev Kidston from Stow and their thirteen children and who they married. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Burt, there are the following articles: Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Bus, there are the following articles: Travellers Tales in the Borders by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is This is the text of Fred's talk to the Society on 25th April 2004. Absorbing review of public road transport in the Borders mainly in the 20th century. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55.
For the topic Caberston, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Caddonfoot, there are the following articles: Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Cadell, there are the following articles: Wisdom lingers: Adventures of an ex-officer by Stanly Gordon Ayer, a synopsis is From 1908 the Territorial movement through the First World War. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Cairncross, there are the following articles: The Cairncross family - an example of a 16th-17th century family of feuars by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society on 18th September 2005 titled 'Cairncross, a Border Family'. Outline of a typical noted old family in the Lauderdale/Melrose/Galashiels district, with descriptions of some of the local areas and ownership. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 59;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Cairns, there are the following articles: Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Calder, there are the following articles: The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Calgary, there are the following articles: Early Days by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Excerpts from the account of early years of her marrige written by Mrs Minerve Gibson from Calgary, Alberta, in 1980 at the age of 107. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic California, there are the following articles: Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Cambrai, there are the following articles: After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Cameron, there are the following articles: Wisdom lingers: Adventures of an ex-officer by Stanly Gordon Ayer, a synopsis is From 1908 the Territorial movement through the First World War. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Strayed far from Berwickshire by G.H. Jeffery, a synopsis is This is a small article on Berwickshire strays in the township of Canden East in the county of Lennox and Addington in Ontario, Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Canadian Strays by J. Hislop, a synopsis is Some discoveries of Lowland strays from Grey township, Ontario It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Cammond, there are the following articles: The Alternative Relationship by Mrs H. Crammond, a synopsis is The Alternative Relationship and how it can be used. Also an interesting research into the Cavers and Cammond families. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Campbell, there are the following articles: Strayed far from Berwickshire by G.H. Jeffery, a synopsis is This is a small article on Berwickshire strays in the township of Canden East in the county of Lennox and Addington in Ontario, Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Polwarth on the Green by Colin Wood, a synopsis is A history of Polwarth that was handed out by Colin Wood on the outing to Polwarth, Oct 1988. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8;
From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Campbell-Renton, there are the following articles: A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Campbell-Swinton, there are the following articles: New Society Publication Edrom by , a synopsis is An account of the publication by the Society of the Edrom Monumental Inscriptions etc. also some background on the parish and persons associated. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Canada, there are the following articles: Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43;
Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
A Tale of Two Brothers and a Photographic Puzzle by Ben Haslam, a synopsis is A tale of and contrast between two brothers Robert (later Sir Robert) and William Laidlaw born in Bonchester Bridge; Sir Robert who set up a chain of multiples in India , known as 'The Selfridges of the East' and became a Member of Parliament and William who ran a grocery shop in Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Whitsome to West Sparta by Elizabeth Doley, a synopsis is The story of Christopher Moffat and his wife Agnes Common who emigrated to Canada aboard the John Bright in 1856, some earlier history, the reason for their emigration, an account of the voyage and their subsequent life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
The Lowland Clearances by Peter Aitchison & Andrew Cassell, a synopsis is Talk given on 19 November 2006, about the Lowland Clearances which preceded the much more infamous Highland Clearances. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Excerpts from the Diaries of the Rev William Bell by Malcolm & Jennifer Sissons, a synopsis is Biography of Rev Bell who emigrated from Scotland in 1817 to lead a pioneer life in Perth, in the wilderness of Upper Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
Migration From Glendale To New Brunswick, Canada by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is Account of the families who migrated from Berwick-upon-Tweed to New Brunswick, Canada, and the hazards they faced. Includes a list of families with Glendale or Border origins were granted land. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
The Dumma Family of Kelso by Shirley Dumma, a synopsis is James Dumma, born 1790, in Kelso; Helen Hay, and their descendants, many of whom went to England, USA, and Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Early Days by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Excerpts from the account of early years of her marrige written by Mrs Minerve Gibson from Calgary, Alberta, in 1980 at the age of 107. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
A Tale of Two Sisters by Gordon Roy Fairbairn, a synopsis is A Wanless family’s emigration from Yetholm to Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
Kennington/Cowe Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The story of the family's arrival in Berwickshire and their life there until they departed to Canada. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
More Canadian Intimations in the Hawick Advertiser 1864-1868 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is List of deaths in Canada mainly of persons who had connections with Hawick and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Canadian Intimations in the "Hawick Advertiser" 1857 – 1863 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued in issue 43. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Canada Hardie, there are the following articles: Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Canadian Expeditionary Force, there are the following articles: The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Canals, there are the following articles: Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Cannobie, there are the following articles: My Namesake by Helen (Telford) Reichenbach, a synopsis is About the Telford family from the Hawick area. He moved around from Langlee, Ancrum. They were buried in Melrose. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Canonbie, there are the following articles: Update on Surnames and Clansmen by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Additional notes, about the lands of Fantalane, relating to the author's book. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Cape Town, there are the following articles: They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Captain Samuel Brown, there are the following articles: Moves to Restore the Union Bridge by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of moves to restore the Union Bridge linking Scotland and England at the lowest crossing point on the River Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Captain Widderington, there are the following articles: Who was Little Arthur Foster? Elliots at court 1675-1682 by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border Reivers Court sittings in the 1600's. How Cautioners upheld the Law.Also in 5 pages in issue 30 covering the same subject. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Cardigan, there are the following articles: The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Carham, there are the following articles: Who am I by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is History of the Cockburns who all came from Duns parish. It also looks into the history of Edinshall Broch. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Carnegie, there are the following articles: The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Carolside, there are the following articles: Whiteslade, Berwickshire, and its Owners by G.M.S. Lauder Frost, a synopsis is Many have seen this ruin on the way from Greenlaw to Lauder, and often wondered about the history of this once great fortress. This article covers it magnificently. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Carr, there are the following articles: A Stitch in Time by Patricia Williamson, a synopsis is Account of a sampler and the search for its creator in the family tree. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Casimer, there are the following articles: Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Cassillis, there are the following articles: More Gypsy Snippets by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some interesting snippets extracted by Peter Munro regarding gypsies throughout the ages It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 0.
For the topic Castleton, there are the following articles: Kelso Dispensary and Castleton Poor Law Records by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some notes by the author on his publication on C.D. of Poor Law records instancing some of the information available and mentioning various diseases mentioned It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Castletown, there are the following articles: Hermitage---Grim Guardian of the Borders- by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is The history of Hermitage Castle and its inhabitants from 1207 right through. Continued in issue 11. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Castlewood, there are the following articles: Thomas Davidson (1838-1870), Scottish poet by Nick Hide, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Thomas Davidson, poet born in Jedburgh. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Casualties, there are the following articles: Records of Sudden Deaths and Casualties, Roxburghshire by , a synopsis is The records of Sudden Deaths and Casualties in Roxburghshire between 1876 and 1906 have now been indexed. Some examples from these records. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80.
For the topic Catherine Glen, there are the following articles: Adam moves to the Borders by Helen M. Booth, a synopsis is Adam Brown bought a small plot of land in West Linton in 1839 after which he emigrated to Australia with seven of his nine children-this story covers their history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Catherine II, there are the following articles: The Barons Folly by John D. Wood, a synopsis is The Barons Folly at Lilliards Edge. Built by Sir John Rutherford of Edgerston. He was a Russian Baron. It was as a banker he first made his mark and connections with the Russian navy, he made his fortune. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Cavalryman, there are the following articles: The Autobiography of a Working man by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes regarding the life of Alexander Somerville born in East Lothian but who spent most of his early life in Berwickshire. He became a cavalryman in the Royal British Dragoons but was subjected to punishment of 100 lashes for writing to a local paper at the time of the passing of the Reform Act of 1832. Questions were asked in Parliament regarding his punishment almost universally regarded as excessive and his release from the army was purchased by public subscription. His autobiography recalls the hardship of his early life in Berwickshire as son of a farm hand. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Caverhill, there are the following articles: John Ainslie Map Maker by C.M. Ainslie, a synopsis is John Ainslie who was described at a conference in Edinburgh in 1971 as Scotland's greatest cartographer. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Cavers, there are the following articles: The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
William Elliot, Architect by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is The family history of William Elliot and descriptions of some of the fine house's he built. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15;
Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43;
A quest for Scottish Roots in the Middle Marches by Kenneth Laidlaw, a synopsis is This article was first printed in the Laidlaw Family Journal of October 1995 and has been reprinted in this issue. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Cawderstanes, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Celery, there are the following articles: From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Census, there are the following articles: Longformacus by , a synopsis is A cautionary tale from 1871 and some extracts from the school log book, It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
New Research Facility at Eyemouth Museum by , a synopsis is Details of new research facilities available at Eyemouth Museum and a project to determine the names of old wynds and vennels recorded in the 1841 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 80;
The Clovenfords District and the Census by Mike Brydon, a synopsis is Clovenfords and notable residents mainly in the 19th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
Borders Family History Inaugural Lecture by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Inaugural talk on the basic sources for looking into your family history. Dealing with parochial registers, census returns, etc. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Cessford, there are the following articles: Borders family origins by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border family origins, surname derivations, and various aspects of family history . It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 33;
The Kers of Cessford Castle by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A history of the Kers of Cessford Castle. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Chamberlin, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Chandler, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Channelkirk, there are the following articles: Lauder and Lauderdale by Ian Miller, a synopsis is This is the text of the talk given by Ian Miller, president of Old Gala House on the 18th April 1999 It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41;
A Nostalgic Visit to Lauder and Channelkirk by Prof. Charles Wait, a synopsis is A report of the author's return from South Africa, his attendance at a late night Church service in Lauder, the erection of a plaque and his family connections with the area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Chaplehope, there are the following articles: A quest for Scottish Roots in the Middle Marches by Kenneth Laidlaw, a synopsis is This article was first printed in the Laidlaw Family Journal of October 1995 and has been reprinted in this issue. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Chappell, there are the following articles: Glass Slides by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some information on a large collection of glass slides containing images taken in the 1940s to 1960s by Leslie Chappell photographer Duns, mostly relating to the town It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Charlesworth, there are the following articles: From Yellow to Golden, the stately history of the Golden Retriever' by , a synopsis is An account po the history of the Golden Retriever and its Borders connection. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Charteris, there are the following articles: Old Emigrant’s Diaries by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Extract from diary of Margaret Charteris, wife of Thomas Hinshelwood, emigrant from Jedburgh, ship ‘Nebo’, to Queensland, in 1883. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Chatton, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Chelsea, there are the following articles: Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
So You've Found A Soldier by Capt. John E. Grey, a synopsis is The trials that you may find looking for your connection with a soldier that was in the British Army. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Chelsea Hospital, there are the following articles: Ways of Arguing in the Social Sciences by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is This article is an extended version of a talk given to the Society on 17th September 2000, and follows an earlier article in the "Scottish Genealogist" in 1997 on the theme of methods of approach for family history researchers. Uses Hoy ancestors for examples. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Cherrytrees, there are the following articles: The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Cheswick, there are the following articles: Mrs Euphemia Voy by Benjamin Moody, a synopsis is Obituary of Euphemia Voy, first wife of William Voy, who died at Coldstream on 24th March 1891. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Chevy Chase, there are the following articles: Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Chiholm, there are the following articles: Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Children, there are the following articles: An act anent murthering of children by Margaret Steele, a synopsis is Act of Assembly May 26th 1762 for reading the 21st Act of Parliament of the second session of parliament of King William and Queen Mary dated July 19th 1690 about murdering of children. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Chile, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic China, there are the following articles: Robert Fortune by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of Robert Fortune born at Edrom who became a renowned botanist and undertook several journeys (often proving quite perilous ) to China and the Far East - Many plants are named after him and he can probably lay claim to be the founder of the tea industry in India having smuggled plants out of China to help establish this. Buried at Brompton Cemetery, London where a memorial to him has recently been restored. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden, poet and orientalist from Denholm by Marjorie A Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Dr. John Leyden born in Denholm, poet and orientalist and friend of Sir Stamford Raffles; his travels in India, China and Java. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Chirnside, there are the following articles: The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
Cockburns face to face by Anne Cockburn, a synopsis is Cockburns and their likeness seems to have been the great asset of this family. From 1650 onwards this family have a interesting history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11;
The Ayton Bard Robert Mennon 1797-1885 by Michael Mennon, a synopsis is This is a two part article abridged from the book of the title written by A. Michael Mennim. A copy of the complete book together with maps, photgraphs and poems is in Scottish Borders Council Library Headquartors with a family tree. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15;
Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by , a synopsis is Part 1 of an account of George Henderson of Chirnside, a medical doctor, who also found time for his interests in local history and customs, botany and poetry. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Letters of Slains 1569--A family puzzle by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is An intriguing tale of death and complaint in 1569. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Chisholm, there are the following articles: The Chisholm Highland Connection by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The story of the Chisholm family, their involvement in medieval wars and their move from the Borders to the Highlands. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Cholera, there are the following articles: William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic cholera epidemic, there are the following articles: 1849 by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A report on Hawick in the year 1849, the year the Border Railway reached Hawick but also the year of the cholera epidemic. Includes contemporary reports on the epidemic and names of a number of those who died It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Cholers, there are the following articles: Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Christening, there are the following articles: The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53.
For the topic Christison, there are the following articles: Border - Line Experiences Of a Canadian Researcher by Robert L. Morden, a synopsis is The Ainslie born in Lilliesleaf and how a trip from Canada to research the family ended in a book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Chritison, there are the following articles: Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Church, there are the following articles: Full of Egotism, Diaries of Rev John Hastie by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is This is the text of Ronald's talk to the Society on 21st March 2004. It was about a diary which should appeal to those with an interest in local history, a snapshot of life in a rural Parish between 1797 and 1822, and for those connected to Edrom - an opportunity to ‘meet the ancestor’. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55;
The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53.
For the topic Churches, there are the following articles: The Parish Churches Of Berwickshire by G A C Binnie, a synopsis is A talk by the author given to the Society on 22nd March, 1998. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51.
For the topic Clapperton, there are the following articles: The War Memorial at Minto by Roger J Owen by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on the book 'The War Memorial at Minto' by Roger J Owen. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Clark, there are the following articles: Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Adam Clark (1811 to 1866) by Dr. Jim Lyon, a synopsis is A fascinating account of Adam Clark, born in Edinburgh but brought up in Kelso who became a bridge builder of renown in Hungary building the first bridge across the Danube linking the communities of Buda and Pest. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
From Crosslee to Salt Lake City by George Clark, a synopsis is The journey of William Scott Clark from Ettrick to Idaho. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
North Dumfries, Ontario by Mr G. Clark, a synopsis is North Dumfries, Ontario - how John Clark set up and built a settlement. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The Pedigree of the Selkirk Family of Selkirk , Scotland by James Selkirk, a synopsis is A family tree of the Selkirk Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Clavering Place, Newcastle, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This article, reprinted by permission of Northumberland and Durham FHS, is a list of persons in communion rolls, who had moved from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Clay, there are the following articles: The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Clay Station, there are the following articles: Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Clearances, there are the following articles: The Lowland Clearances by Peter Aitchison & Andrew Cassell, a synopsis is Talk given on 19 November 2006, about the Lowland Clearances which preceded the much more infamous Highland Clearances. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Cleghorn, there are the following articles: Marth’s Marmalad and Diet Loaf by Marjorie Dybeck, a synopsis is Some letters which brought life to the bare bones of the author's family tree. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56.
For the topic Cleughbrae, there are the following articles: Miriam Fish by Miriam Fish, a synopsis is One of the band of grave yard inscription recorders, she gives a interesting description of her youth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Clevland, there are the following articles: Ednam and Captain Cook by John Newlands, a synopsis is A Cleveland lady spent time and effort tracing Captain Cook. Herein lies the Ednam Connection It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Clinton, there are the following articles: The Gypsy King and the President by , a synopsis is Relationship between President Clinton and Charles Blyth, king of the gypsies. Reprinted from the Sunday Telegraph. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Clock, there are the following articles: Great Grandfather's Clock by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account by the author of a clock belonging to his great grandfather which he came upon when holidaying in Australia. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Clocks, there are the following articles: Roll of Taxes on Clocks and Watches by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some details on the taxation of clocks and watches during the period of the Napoleonic Wars. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Clovenfords, there are the following articles: The Clovenfords District and the Census by Mike Brydon, a synopsis is Clovenfords and notable residents mainly in the 19th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Cobbler, there are the following articles: A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Cobblers, there are the following articles: Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Coburn, there are the following articles: Strayed far from Berwickshire by G.H. Jeffery, a synopsis is This is a small article on Berwickshire strays in the township of Canden East in the county of Lennox and Addington in Ontario, Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Cochrane, there are the following articles: WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
K.O.S.B. Memories by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is This is a look at the talk given by Gavin Richardson, who must be the best informed on the first world war and Gallipoli. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Cockburn, there are the following articles: A Cockburn Family in Berwickshire and Its Descendants - The Book by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The author's Cockburn family history - mostly recent. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
Who am I by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is History of the Cockburns who all came from Duns parish. It also looks into the history of Edinshall Broch. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Whiteslade, Berwickshire, and its Owners by G.M.S. Lauder Frost, a synopsis is Many have seen this ruin on the way from Greenlaw to Lauder, and often wondered about the history of this once great fortress. This article covers it magnificently. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Cockburn Castle, there are the following articles: Cockburns face to face by Anne Cockburn, a synopsis is Cockburns and their likeness seems to have been the great asset of this family. From 1650 onwards this family have a interesting history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Cockburn Law, there are the following articles: Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Cockburnspath, there are the following articles: Kennington/Cowe Family History. Part 2 - Emigration to New Brunswick 1837 - James Cowe & Isabella Donaldson by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Details of the lives of further branches of the Cowe family including one that emigrated to New Brunswick. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Kennington/Cowe Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The story of the family's arrival in Berwickshire and their life there until they departed to Canada. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Coinage, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other coins (part 2) by Peter Munro, a synopsis is The writer traces the history of coinage in Scotland and talks of shop cheques or tokens particularly instancing Co-operative stores and also mentioning J.A. Game's tea shop in Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Coins, there are the following articles: Saving, Spending and Family History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is In his follow up article on "Granny's Bawbees and Other Coins" the writer considers different forms of currency which circuited in Scotland including doits or dytes and rex dollars. He goes on to outline the not inconsiderable role played by Scottish banks in the development of the current banking system including such things as the invention of the first overdraft, the first retail bank branch, the world's first coloured bank note and the first mobile bank. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Colden, there are the following articles: Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Cadwallader Colden by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Cawallader Colden, born in Duns who went on to become the last Colonial Governor of New York State and whose image was burnt in effigy by the mob. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Coldingham, there are the following articles: The Aytons of Ayton by James Eaton, a synopsis is The parish of Ayton from the Norman family De Vesci who changed their name to Ayton to a history of the village. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17;
Coldingham Monumental Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is A report of the Society's publication on CD. of the Monumental Inscriptions in Coldingham Priory with some additional information. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
From Coldstream to Canada by James Burns, a synopsis is The Galbraith history from Coldstream to Toronto University. A comprehensive account of the Galbraiths. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Coldingham mortcloth records by Vivienne S. Dunstan, a synopsis is The mortcloth records are fascinating as they list every occasion when a mortcloth was hired out for a burial. This covers the Coldingham mortcloth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
A Fortunate Experience at Coldingham by Ian Blackie, a synopsis is Discovering a family grave in the churchyard at Coldingham Priory. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Liddles Abroad by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Family pictures awaken an interest in family history. The author made contact with relatives in Australia, descendants of a blacksmith who'd emigrated front Heughhead, Reston. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Coldingham priory, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Coldstream, there are the following articles: The Jessie Miller story by Mike Bucher, a synopsis is A mystery regarding the parentage of Jessie Miller born in 1793 at Coldstream - her marriage to a Robert Scott who was later convicted for murder and questions about the number of her own family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Female Suffrage by "Titwillow" by John C. Gill, a synopsis is This article was first published in a family magazine produced and edited by his grandfather Robert Hogg who farmed at Fireburnmill Coldstream. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Jethart Jock by John Murray, a synopsis is The mystery of Jethart Jock of Coldstream, husband of the Gypsy Queen Esther Faa Blyth and attempts to identify. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
From Simprim Kirk session records 1705--A case of Drunkenness by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Drink was the downfall of two friends after a session in Coldstream in 1705. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7;
Coldstream History Society by , a synopsis is A note on a project recently undertaken by the Society including the transcription of the graveyard at Lennel Cemetery, Coldstream and also a project to record detailed genealogical information of all names appearing on War Memorials in Berwickshire and North Northumberland. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79;
Poor Relief in the 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of the operation of the poor relief in the early 19th century. It includes the size of the allowances paid and an estimate of the cost of living at the time. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Border Marriges Boon for "Priests" and Bane for Searchers by Northumberland and Durham History Soc., a synopsis is The rise and fall of the "Irregular Marriages" From Gretna to Lamberton. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
Berwick-upon-Tweed Twixt Thistle and Rose-A Family Historian's Nightmare by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Locations and types of marriages in and on the Border. Types of sources, also Parish Registers for 18th and 19th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Border Marriage Records by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The history of Irregular Marriages up and down the country. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Notes on the Halliburton Family by C.D. Wickenden, a synopsis is The Halliburton family who were well known landowners in the Borders from the 13th to 18th centuries. The Halliburtons intermarried with other well known Border families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Jerdan Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The family history of the Jerdans, who they married, and where they lived in the Borders. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Poor Relief in the 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Talk given at the Society’s Open Meeting on 16th September 2001, about how poor relief cases were determined, and how much they received in 1843 in Coldstream. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47;
County Railway Routes - Berwick to St Boswells by , a synopsis is Details of the book in the Country Railway Book series Berwick to St. Boswells. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Cole, there are the following articles: Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Colingham, there are the following articles: Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is The history of Grantshouse and one of its sons, James Turner. Continued in issue 28. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Collingwood, there are the following articles: More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Collins, there are the following articles: John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Researching Family History across the Border by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is An account by the author of the challenges and pitfalls of cross-border research. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Collison, there are the following articles: A Stitch in Time by Patricia Williamson, a synopsis is Account of a sampler and the search for its creator in the family tree. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Colmeslie, there are the following articles: The Cairncross family - an example of a 16th-17th century family of feuars by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society on 18th September 2005 titled 'Cairncross, a Border Family'. Outline of a typical noted old family in the Lauderdale/Melrose/Galashiels district, with descriptions of some of the local areas and ownership. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 59.
For the topic Colombo, there are the following articles: The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Coltart, there are the following articles: Coulter's Candy by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some investigation into the life and background of Robert Coltart, confectionery manufacturer who probably compiled the song 'Coulter's Candy', his connections with Galashiels and the history of the song. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Coltbridge, there are the following articles: Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Coltman, there are the following articles: A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
A Family Church - St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick particularly the author's family connection. Principal names mentioned are Coltman, Ritson, Godfrey, FitzWalter, Dearden, Landles. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75;
Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Colven, there are the following articles: A Fortunate Experience at Coldingham by Ian Blackie, a synopsis is Discovering a family grave in the churchyard at Coldingham Priory. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Colvile, there are the following articles: The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Colville, there are the following articles: The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Commercial Bank, there are the following articles: The Walter Mason Papers by Walter Elliot, a synopsis is The Walter Mason Papers. This is a brief description of the collection held by the museum services of Scottish Borders Council. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Selkirk Protocol Books. An amazing Discovery by , a synopsis is A hidden hoard of 16th and 17th century documents from Selkirk. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Commissary, there are the following articles: Wills and Testaments by James Galbraith, a synopsis is Scots law on wills and testaments-the difference. With a good description on how and where to find information on the subject. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Common, there are the following articles: Whitsome to West Sparta by Elizabeth Doley, a synopsis is The story of Christopher Moffat and his wife Agnes Common who emigrated to Canada aboard the John Bright in 1856, some earlier history, the reason for their emigration, an account of the voyage and their subsequent life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Common Riding, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Common Ridings, there are the following articles: No Room at the Inn for Common Riding 2014 by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is An account of the Borders Festivals, their dates and formats. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Common-land, there are the following articles: The Lowland Clearances by Peter Aitchison & Andrew Cassell, a synopsis is Talk given on 19 November 2006, about the Lowland Clearances which preceded the much more infamous Highland Clearances. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Communion Rolls, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This article, reprinted by permission of Northumberland and Durham FHS, is a list of persons in communion rolls, who had moved from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Comper, there are the following articles: A Tale of Two Brothers and a Photographic Puzzle by Ben Haslam, a synopsis is A tale of and contrast between two brothers Robert (later Sir Robert) and William Laidlaw born in Bonchester Bridge; Sir Robert who set up a chain of multiples in India , known as 'The Selfridges of the East' and became a Member of Parliament and William who ran a grocery shop in Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Compton, there are the following articles: Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Computers, there are the following articles: Family Tree Maker by John Unsworth, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Confederate States Army, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Conference 2013, there are the following articles: SAFHS Conference 2013 by , a synopsis is A report of the SAFHS Conference 2013. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Conklin, there are the following articles: More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Conquergood, there are the following articles: A Remarkable Coincidence by Mike Brydon, a synopsis is Anecdote of a visit to the Society's library. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Conroy, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Convicts, there are the following articles: Convicts Transported to Western Australia in 1858 aboard the 'Edwin Fox' by Lynn Manning, a synopsis is A list of Scottish convicts transported to Australia on the "Edwin Fox". Reprinted from Bedfordshire Family History Society Journal It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Cook, there are the following articles: Ednam and Captain Cook by John Newlands, a synopsis is A Cleveland lady spent time and effort tracing Captain Cook. Herein lies the Ednam Connection It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 25;
Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
James Thomson, Capt. James Cook R.N., Ednam and Cleveland by P. D. Thomson, a synopsis is The connection of Rev. James Thomson and Capt. Cook with the village of Ednam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is The history of Grantshouse and one of its sons, James Turner. Continued in issue 28. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Captain Cook's Border Background by Dr Jim Trainer, a synopsis is The history of Captain James Cook and the Ednam connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Co-operative stores, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other coins (part 2) by Peter Munro, a synopsis is The writer traces the history of coinage in Scotland and talks of shop cheques or tokens particularly instancing Co-operative stores and also mentioning J.A. Game's tea shop in Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Cope, there are the following articles: Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Copeland, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued from issue 41. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Coppin, there are the following articles: Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Cordiners, there are the following articles: Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Corn Exchange, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Cornelius, there are the following articles: Migration From Glendale To New Brunswick, Canada by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is Account of the families who migrated from Berwick-upon-Tweed to New Brunswick, Canada, and the hazards they faced. Includes a list of families with Glendale or Border origins were granted land. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Cornhill, there are the following articles: William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Anderson Family Legend by Mrs. Steele, a synopsis is Three brothers shared their last sixpence at Kelso Fair and then parted company. How a lady searched for relatives. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 8;
Berwick-upon-Tweed Twixt Thistle and Rose-A Family Historian's Nightmare by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Locations and types of marriages in and on the Border. Types of sources, also Parish Registers for 18th and 19th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
The Alternative Relationship by Mrs H. Crammond, a synopsis is The Alternative Relationship and how it can be used. Also an interesting research into the Cavers and Cammond families. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
Border Marriage Records by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The history of Irregular Marriages up and down the country. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Cossar, there are the following articles: Frisken Genealogy by , a synopsis is Notes on a genealogy report submitted by a member, Edward Frisken. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Cost, there are the following articles: The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53.
For the topic Cost of living, there are the following articles: Poor Relief in the 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of the operation of the poor relief in the early 19th century. It includes the size of the allowances paid and an estimate of the cost of living at the time. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Coulter's Candy, there are the following articles: Coulter's Candy by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some investigation into the life and background of Robert Coltart, confectionery manufacturer who probably compiled the song 'Coulter's Candy', his connections with Galashiels and the history of the song. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Coultherd, there are the following articles: William Coulthard: Emigrant to South Australia by Alfred J. Coultherd, a synopsis is Captain A. J. Coultherd has sent a moving account of an intrepid explorer who moved to Australia in 1836. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Coupar, there are the following articles: Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Cout of Keelder, there are the following articles: Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Coutts, there are the following articles: Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Covenanter, there are the following articles: Scottish Covenanter Memorials Association by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Note on the renovation by the Scottish Covenanter Memorials Association of stone in North Berwick Churchyard to the Rev John Blackadder and his Borders connections. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Covenanters, there are the following articles: Covenanting Ancestors by , a synopsis is How to research Covenanting ancestors. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Covington, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Cowan, there are the following articles: North Dumfries, Ontario by Mr G. Clark, a synopsis is North Dumfries, Ontario - how John Clark set up and built a settlement. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31;
My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Cowcaddens, there are the following articles: My Grandfather and the Demon Drink - the Berwickshire "No-Licence" campaign of 1920 by Malcolm Lindsay, a synopsis is An account by the Rev. Tom Notman, minister of Leitholm United Free Church in his campaign for prohibition in Berwickshire and later in the Cowcaddens District in Glasgow prior to the Second World War It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Cowe, there are the following articles: Kennington/Cowe Family History. Part 2 - Emigration to New Brunswick 1837 - James Cowe & Isabella Donaldson by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Details of the lives of further branches of the Cowe family including one that emigrated to New Brunswick. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Kennington/Cowe Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The story of the family's arrival in Berwickshire and their life there until they departed to Canada. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Researching Family History across the Border by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is An account by the author of the challenges and pitfalls of cross-border research. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Cowie, there are the following articles: Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Cowlin, there are the following articles: The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Cown, there are the following articles: Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Crafts, there are the following articles: The Ancient Crafts of Selkirk by Jim Newlands, a synopsis is The history of crafts in Selkirk from 1113 with the building of the Border abbeys through to the Union of the Crowns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Craig, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Craig-Brown, there are the following articles: With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Craige Knowe, there are the following articles: Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Craigie, there are the following articles: A Lad o' Pairts- George Watson (1876 -1950) by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life of George Watson (1876-1950) born in Jedburgh, linguist and etymologist who worked on the Oxford New English Dictionary before emigrating to United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Craigmyle, there are the following articles: Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Peel Hospital - Galashiels Exhibition by Gwen Stein, Davina Smart and Margaret Bowers, a synopsis is An account of the exhibition on Peel Hospital staged by the Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Craik, there are the following articles: Notes on the Ancestry of the Ettrick Shepherd by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is James Hogg (1770-1835) where he and his ancestors lived in the Borders, also who they married. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Crailing, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
William Elliot, Architect by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is The family history of William Elliot and descriptions of some of the fine house's he built. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15;
A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Cram, there are the following articles: A DNA Revelation by Gordon Crammond, a synopsis is The author's discovery of a direct link to a blood cousin with the name of CRAM, and the surmise that CRAMMOND got shortened along the passage of time. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Crammon, there are the following articles: The Crammond Family of Smailholm by Hazel Crammond, a synopsis is Notes about a Crammond family of Smailholm and their children. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Crammond, there are the following articles: The Crammond Family of Smailholm by Hazel Crammond, a synopsis is Notes about a Crammond family of Smailholm and their children. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57;
A DNA Revelation by Gordon Crammond, a synopsis is The author's discovery of a direct link to a blood cousin with the name of CRAM, and the surmise that CRAMMOND got shortened along the passage of time. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Cramond, there are the following articles: Know your parish -Peebles by Jean Moffat, a synopsis is Arms of the Burgh Chartes. Families. Fairs, Transport A good history of the town and tale or two. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Cranshaws, there are the following articles: Abbey St Bathans, Cranshaws and Longformacus by , a synopsis is A brief description of 3 neighbouring parishes and the records available. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Cranston, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
The Dimma and Dickson Families of the Borders Region, Scotland by Thomas Dimma Minster, a synopsis is The Dimma family from Eckford, who they married, and where they settled in Ontario. This is a well researched article into a old Border family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Donation to Society Archive by , a synopsis is An acknowledgement of the donation to the Society of the book ' John Wood (blacksmith) - from Scotland to Rawdon N.S. in 1815 and his Descendants'. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Crawford, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of the Bass by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is An account fully referenced, of the family of the Lauders of the Bass Rock. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Crawhill, there are the following articles: The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Crichton, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Crime, there are the following articles: Convicts Transported to Western Australia in 1858 aboard the 'Edwin Fox' by Lynn Manning, a synopsis is A list of Scottish convicts transported to Australia on the "Edwin Fox". Reprinted from Bedfordshire Family History Society Journal It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Crimea, there are the following articles: The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Criminal Records, there are the following articles: Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Police and Criminal Indexing Project by Elma Flaming, a synopsis is An update on the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Criminals, there are the following articles: A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Police and Criminal Indexing Project by Elma Flaming, a synopsis is An update on the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Crockett, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Crooklaw, there are the following articles: Ecclesiastical Education in Berwickshire What the records have to tell by Dr Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Ecclesiastical education of Berwickshire and where to find useful information It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Crouse, there are the following articles: At The Beginning by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is A tale of one mans delve into family history from the U.K. to Canada and beyond. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Croyser, there are the following articles: The Parish of Langlands by Michael Langlands, a synopsis is The parish of Langlands and the history of old leper hospital at Rutherford. Also the history of Langton that was absorbed into Wilton. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Crozier, there are the following articles: North West passage-the Melrose connection by , a synopsis is It is 150 years since the explorer, Sir John Franklin, vanished. This is the tale of a Melrose man who was with him on the long journey to find the North West Passage. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Cumming, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Cumnock, there are the following articles: David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Curly Burn, there are the following articles: Shillinglaw Walls by Jean Shillinglaw Ridley, a synopsis is Shillinglaw Tower not far from Traquair it is not only a heap of stones - an interesting tale. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Currency, there are the following articles: Saving, Spending and Family History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is In his follow up article on "Granny's Bawbees and Other Coins" the writer considers different forms of currency which circuited in Scotland including doits or dytes and rex dollars. He goes on to outline the not inconsiderable role played by Scottish banks in the development of the current banking system including such things as the invention of the first overdraft, the first retail bank branch, the world's first coloured bank note and the first mobile bank. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Currie, there are the following articles: Andrew Currie, Border Sculptor by Bob Johnstone, a synopsis is An account of the life of Andrew Currie, sculptor (1812-1891) born at Howford Farm Yarrow. Won commissions for several well known public monuments including Mungo Park in Selkirk, the Ettrick Shepherd at St. Mary's Loch, two characters on the Scott monument in Edinburgh and Robert the Bruce at Stirling Castle. Married Isabella Hardie daughter of a Denholm stocking-maker and moved to Earlston to work as a sculptor. A full account of his life and works It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
From Simprim Kirk session records 1705--A case of Drunkenness by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Drink was the downfall of two friends after a session in Coldstream in 1705. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7;
Is Anybody Out There ? by Jean Currie, a synopsis is The author's search for an ancestor's home. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
Elusive Curries by Jean Currie, a synopsis is The author's and other members' interests in the surname Currie. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Curry, there are the following articles: Bible Reunited by David Kennedy, a synopsis is A report on the tracking down of a family Bible which had originally belonged to Thomas Curry of Paston, North Northumberland. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 77;
Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Customs, there are the following articles: Death is for the Living by Anne Gordon, a synopsis is The first part of the talk given to the Society on 15th September 2002. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Death is for the Living by Anne Gordon, a synopsis is Second part of the talk given to the Society on 15th September 2002. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52.
For the topic Cuthill, there are the following articles: Innerleithen's All-Black by Esther Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how researching her Dickson line from Innerleithen, she traced an unknown descendant who had emigrated to New Zealand and played rugby for the 'All Blacks'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Cutty Sark, there are the following articles: John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Eyemouth Museum by , a synopsis is Notes of an exhibition in Eyemouth Museum about John Whillis. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Dael, there are the following articles: 100 year Belgian connection to the Borders by Esther Davies, a synopsis is The story of a Belgian lady who every evening attended the memorial ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres and her Borders connection. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Dalgety, there are the following articles: A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Dalgleish, there are the following articles: World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Dalrymple, there are the following articles: An Infamous Mistress by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'An Infamous Mistress' by Sarah Murden and Joanne Major being a biography of Grace Dalrymple Elliot. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Dantzic, there are the following articles: The Bankers Revenge by A. W. Kerr, a synopsis is The rise and fall of a bank in East Lothian. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Danzig, there are the following articles: Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Dardanells, there are the following articles: The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Darling, there are the following articles: The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Mrs Euphemia Voy by Benjamin Moody, a synopsis is Obituary of Euphemia Voy, first wife of William Voy, who died at Coldstream on 24th March 1891. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 23;
From Simprim Kirk session records 1705--A case of Drunkenness by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Drink was the downfall of two friends after a session in Coldstream in 1705. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Darnick, there are the following articles: Savages of the North by Vivienne S. Moore, a synopsis is Short letter from James Usher to Walter Scott 1828. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 14;
Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic David Hume, there are the following articles: David Hume 1711 to 1776 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some biographical notes on David Hume, philosopher on the occasion of the 300th. Anniversary of his birth - also some notes on John Duns Scotus and the Revd. Thomas McCrie It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic David Ritchie, there are the following articles: The Black Dwarf by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of David Ritchie, the "Black Dwarf" of Sir Walter Scott's novel of the same name An account of his life (1741 to 1811) in and around the Manor Valley including an account of his meeting with Sir Walter Scott and after death the removal of his corpse by the Resurrectionists. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic David Seton, there are the following articles: Links with old Peebles Families by Rena Stewart, a synopsis is A investigating search into old Peebles families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Davidson, there are the following articles: Jerdan Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The family history of the Jerdans, who they married, and where they lived in the Borders. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Stray by , a synopsis is Transcript of a memorial stone recorded by Manchester General Transcription Project. It is long. It's in issue no 81;
Who Was Lizzie Jardine ? by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is The author's start on her family history - mainly ordinary working folk in the Borders. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Friends of Hoar Cottage by Bette Baldwin, a synopsis is An account of Hoar Cottage, a shepherd's cottage on Exmoor in North Devon which has connections with shepherds from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Thomas Davidson (1838-1870), Scottish poet by Nick Hide, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Thomas Davidson, poet born in Jedburgh. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Davies, there are the following articles: An Unexpected Homecoming by David Rudram, a synopsis is An Englishman migrates to the Borders when Riddell House changes hands. He marries a local lass with links to Innerleithen. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
George Fleming M.A. by Ian McGregor, a synopsis is Article on George Fleming MA, distinguished educationalist. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Davison, there are the following articles: Death duty register by , a synopsis is Extracts from the death duty registers (seen at the public record office, Chancery Lane, London). Relating to Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Dawyck, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic De Bolebeck, there are the following articles: Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic De Soulis, there are the following articles: Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic De Vesci, there are the following articles: The Aytons of Ayton by James Eaton, a synopsis is The parish of Ayton from the Norman family De Vesci who changed their name to Ayton to a history of the village. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Deans, there are the following articles: Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Dearden, there are the following articles: A Family Church - St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick particularly the author's family connection. Principal names mentioned are Coltman, Ritson, Godfrey, FitzWalter, Dearden, Landles. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75;
Every Post Card tells a story by Anne Golden, a synopsis is An article on the place of postcards in family history including a history of the postcard and the information which can be gleaned from them. The writer instances several examples of how postcards have enabled her to expand on her own family history research It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Dearsden, there are the following articles: Auld Edward Dearsden 1799-1875 by Anne Golden, a synopsis is An account of the life of Edward Dearsden who was killed by the horse of Thomas Kennaway during the Hawick Common Riding, the family and in particular his great grandson William James Dearsden who originally had a cycle agent's shop in Hawick but who went on to develop a very successful photographic business and who during WW2 flew and worked with Barnes Wallis, the inventor of the bouncing bomb. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Death, there are the following articles: Canadian Intimations in the "Hawick Advertiser" 1857 – 1863 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued in issue 43. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 40;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A transcription of death notices in the local newspaper. There are too many names to list them all. Only those with extended entries are indexed. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Australian Intimations in Hawick Advertiser by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births 1858-1897, Marriages 1854-1900, Deaths 1853-1862, in Australia of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Deaths, there are the following articles: More extracts from the Kelso Mail by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Some death entries from the Kelso Mail recorded 29th. December 1803 to 16th. May 1804. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Morebattle St Lawrence Church Death Register by Transcribed by Jean Sanderson, a synopsis is Transcription of the death register (1848-1862) from Morebattle St Lawrence Church. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1890-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
Death is for the Living by Anne Gordon, a synopsis is Second part of the talk given to the Society on 15th September 2002. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1879-1889 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52;
Death is for the Living by Anne Gordon, a synopsis is The first part of the talk given to the Society on 15th September 2002. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser -Deaths 1857-1878 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Death notices published in the Kelso Mail 1805-1808. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Delaware, there are the following articles: The Miller Family of Hawick, Scotland and Delaware County, New York by C. Raymond La Fever, a synopsis is This Miller family who emigrated from Hawick or Roberton-they set up a farm in the Catskill mountains of New York. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Deloraine, there are the following articles: William Lorrain-Borders Schoolmaster by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is During the last war attics were cleared of paper and, from an attic in Jedburgh there appeared a collection of papers concerning the Rector of Jedburgh Grammar School, William Lorrain. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Denbie, there are the following articles: The Jardine Clan Society by Family History News, a synopsis is Formed in 1977. Came from France 1066, settled in Anndale; now, branches of the family world wide. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Denholm, there are the following articles: The Leyden Family by Ronald Spencer, a synopsis is From USA, an article on the name Leyden with particular reference to Dr John Leyden. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden, poet and orientalist from Denholm by Marjorie A Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Dr. John Leyden born in Denholm, poet and orientalist and friend of Sir Stamford Raffles; his travels in India, China and Java. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76;
A Denholm Family And My Border Memories by Jean Kelly, a synopsis is A journey through time in Denholm. From Post office, Lord Minto and his new bride to preserves cooking on the range in Meg Purness' draper's shop. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Dent, there are the following articles: Researching Family History across the Border by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is An account by the author of the challenges and pitfalls of cross-border research. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Dere Street, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Hounam by , a synopsis is The history of Hounam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Devil's Acre, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borderers--Andrew Walker (1808-1896) by , a synopsis is Andrew Walker, born Earlston, worked at Newton Don and moved eventually to Camden and started a Ragged School. He emigrated to Troy in New York and died there. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Dewar, there are the following articles: David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Diary, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Dick, there are the following articles: Fountainhall Smiddy 1793-1945 by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of the Hislop / Dick family who worked in the smiddy (blacksmith's shop) for five generations. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Dickins, there are the following articles: A Hogarth Family Tree by James Hogarth, a synopsis is There came into James Hogarth's possession a manuscript family tree covering seven or eight generations of the Hogarth family, also, where they came from. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Dickson, there are the following articles: The Dicksons by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Notes on various Dicksons. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 24;
Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87;
The Scots in Poland by Mona K. McLeod, a synopsis is The story of Scottish emigration to Poland as merchant's, engineers and farm managers. The parents of the author's mother came back to Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Recording the Jardines - A one-name study by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is 17 years of research of the Jardine Clan Society. A history of the Clan and the worldwide story of the Jardines. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Border Marriges Boon for "Priests" and Bane for Searchers by Northumberland and Durham History Soc., a synopsis is The rise and fall of the "Irregular Marriages" From Gretna to Lamberton. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Know Your Parish - Ednam by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is History of the parish of Ednam and some inhabitants. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 24;
Forgotten Borderers by Jean M. Smith, a synopsis is James Grieve and his interesting contribution to the lowly apple. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Innerleithen's All-Black by Esther Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how researching her Dickson line from Innerleithen, she traced an unknown descendant who had emigrated to New Zealand and played rugby for the 'All Blacks'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
North Dumfries, Ontario by Mr G. Clark, a synopsis is North Dumfries, Ontario - how John Clark set up and built a settlement. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Diet, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 1 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses the Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Law (Scotland), diet, and prices. Continued in issue 45. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Dimma, there are the following articles: The Dimma and Dickson Families of the Borders Region, Scotland by Thomas Dimma Minster, a synopsis is The Dimma family from Eckford, who they married, and where they settled in Ontario. This is a well researched article into a old Border family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Dingleton, there are the following articles: Dingleton Hospital, Melrose by , a synopsis is Some notes on Dingleton Hospital, Melrose and how to access information of those having a connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Dinwoodie, there are the following articles: An Unusual Way Of Recording Family Trees by Colin McInnes, a synopsis is This is about a gravestone in the burial ground of Sweetheart Abbey, Dumfries-shire which has a drawn family tree of the Jardine family. The article shows a picture of the gravestone. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Discharge Records, there are the following articles: Berwickshire Fencible Cavalry by , a synopsis is Details of military discharge records during and following the Napoleonic Wars (1814-1835) which may be of interest to those researching their ancestors. An interesting mix of Bordermen and those from south of the Border. These records are from the National Archives at Kew. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Dispensary, there are the following articles: Kelso Dispensary and Castleton Poor Law Records by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some notes by the author on his publication on C.D. of Poor Law records instancing some of the information available and mentioning various diseases mentioned It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Dixon, there are the following articles: Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic DNA, there are the following articles: DNA Records for Genealogy by , a synopsis is Obtaining the genetic records for your paternal line is important for identification of your cousins and ancestors who share your recent paternal line descent with you. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Bringing Science to Genealogy - DNA Testing by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is Have you got a family rumour of relationships between families that you cannot prove ? Perhaps you’re curious whether or not you’ve some undiscovered relations out there somewhere in the world, or a brick wall that stubbornly refuses to budge. Then possibly you should consider DNA testing. The author set up three surname DNA projects for Sinton, Fairbairn and Runciman. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Beatties by Bruce McCartney, a synopsis is Langholm Archive Centre is looking for Beattie volunteers to take part in a DNA project. Participation is completely free and available to all male Beatties not immediately related who can provide a little family tree information and full results will be made available. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 67;
DNA and Family History by Mary Graham, a synopsis is A short article on DNA and its value in family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 80;
Update to 'Bringing science to genealogy' by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is An update on a DNA project that was first described in Volume 67, pages 1 -4 June 2008. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
From the Scottish Borders to South Australia by Ruth Oliver, a synopsis is An account of the lives of William Oliver his wife Elizabeth Turnbull who were married at Jedburgh in1833 who emigrated to South Australia, their family and subsequent life, Contains much genealogy and notes on the Oliver DNA project. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Harvey Settlers Reunion by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is This was the evening address to the reunion, about why they were in the Borders and Northumberland, and about the author's Australian cousins. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Dobson, there are the following articles: Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Rev. Robert Douglas, 1747-1820 The father of Galashiels by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Rev. Robert Douglas, minister of Galashiels, 1747-1820, was a man of great ability and served his parishioners so well he was called "The Father of Galashiels". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Doctors, there are the following articles: A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
World War 1 Medical Records by Peter Munro, a synopsis is How to access information of doctors and other medical staff who served during World War 1 and what information might be available. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Doddington, there are the following articles: Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Dodds, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Jerdan Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The family history of the Jerdans, who they married, and where they lived in the Borders. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Dods, there are the following articles: The Berwick Sensation by F. L. Kennington, a synopsis is This story would make a very good murder mystery, the research that has gone into this story would be long and time consuming. For anyone interested in Berwick history you should read it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Doits, there are the following articles: Saving, Spending and Family History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is In his follow up article on "Granny's Bawbees and Other Coins" the writer considers different forms of currency which circuited in Scotland including doits or dytes and rex dollars. He goes on to outline the not inconsiderable role played by Scottish banks in the development of the current banking system including such things as the invention of the first overdraft, the first retail bank branch, the world's first coloured bank note and the first mobile bank. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Dollar, there are the following articles: Saving, Spending and Family History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is In his follow up article on "Granny's Bawbees and Other Coins" the writer considers different forms of currency which circuited in Scotland including doits or dytes and rex dollars. He goes on to outline the not inconsiderable role played by Scottish banks in the development of the current banking system including such things as the invention of the first overdraft, the first retail bank branch, the world's first coloured bank note and the first mobile bank. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Dolphinston, there are the following articles: The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Don, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borderers--Andrew Walker (1808-1896) by , a synopsis is Andrew Walker, born Earlston, worked at Newton Don and moved eventually to Camden and started a Ragged School. He emigrated to Troy in New York and died there. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Donaldson, there are the following articles: Blind Jamie Donaldson by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is Account of James Donaldson, whose tombstone is in Melrose Abbey churchyard. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is For anyone with a Renton in the family this is very interesting with full name, where, and the date they were born, and more. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Kennington/Cowe Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The story of the family's arrival in Berwickshire and their life there until they departed to Canada. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Doorpool, there are the following articles: A Border Tragedy - Hawick 900 Court of Record and Civil Records by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An article on cases of Breach of Promise. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Dougal, there are the following articles: Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Douglas, there are the following articles: Notes on the Early History of the Kidston family in Scotland by , a synopsis is An account of notes on the history of the Kidston family in Scotland as submitted by Robert D Davis. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Robert Lauder of that Ilk by G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the story of the background and demise of Robert Lauder of that ilk (d.1598), one of the last to be recorded with that appellation. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Pringles by Alexander Watson/ Liz McGregor, a synopsis is A letter regarding the Pringles of Overhaugh Street, Galashiels and a Captain George Sharp Pringle, with response and follow-up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
The Monteath Mausoleum by John D Wood/ David Freeman, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Monteath Mausoleum near St Boswells and moves to conserve. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Rev. Robert Douglas, 1747-1820 The father of Galashiels by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Rev. Robert Douglas, minister of Galashiels, 1747-1820, was a man of great ability and served his parishioners so well he was called "The Father of Galashiels". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Letters of Slains 1569--A family puzzle by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is An intriguing tale of death and complaint in 1569. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12;
Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
The Homes of Paxton House by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is A fascinating piece of Borders family history came to light when a 200 year-old Berwickshire mansion was gifted to the nation. Along with the history of the family of Home's. Love is a wondrous thing ! It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Douglas of Springwood Park by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The name Douglas would run fear into many Englishmen. This distinguished Border family and its history It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Douglas Hamilton, there are the following articles: Douglas of Springwood Park by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The name Douglas would run fear into many Englishmen. This distinguished Border family and its history It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Down Law, there are the following articles: The Barons Folly by John D. Wood, a synopsis is The Barons Folly at Lilliards Edge. Built by Sir John Rutherford of Edgerston. He was a Russian Baron. It was as a banker he first made his mark and connections with the Russian navy, he made his fortune. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Downie, there are the following articles: World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Dr Binnie, there are the following articles: Ecclesiastical Education in Berwickshire What the records have to tell by Dr Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Ecclesiastical education of Berwickshire and where to find useful information It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Dr Elsie Inglis, there are the following articles: Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Drumelzier, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Gravestone Photos by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A note on a facility provided by the Society to photograph individual gravestones, a report on one such request for a photograph of a stone to the Rev. Gilmour Neil in Drumelzier and a note on his experiences in World War 1 and how he sought to find " a little Parish, a thousand miles from anywhere". It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Drumelzier Castle, there are the following articles: The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Drumlanrig’s Tower, there are the following articles: Scottish Borders Council Archives - Hawick Heritage Hub by Rachel Hosker, a synopsis is Information about the new ‘state of the art’ Council archives due to open in May 2007. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Drummond, there are the following articles: The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18;
A Six Year Family History Investigation by Andrew Brown, a synopsis is Absorbing account of James Drummond, botanist, born at Hawthornden (near Lasswade), and Thomas Drummond (also a botanist). It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Dryburgh, there are the following articles: My dig into the past by A. Turner, a synopsis is Peebleshire family and from other parts of the Borders, an interesting tale. Also history of various bridges over the Tweed. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Dryden, there are the following articles: North Dumfries, Ontario by Mr G. Clark, a synopsis is North Dumfries, Ontario - how John Clark set up and built a settlement. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Duffes, there are the following articles: History in the Graveyard by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is Body snatching in the Borders and how it was fought. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Duke of Argyle, there are the following articles: The Langlands by Mrs. Prue Langlands, a synopsis is How a family can be traced with the help of a family Bible It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Dumfries, there are the following articles: A light-hearted tale--Epitaphs by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is We will never know what is written on our headstone, this article it gives you some ideas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Dumma, there are the following articles: The Dumma Family of Kelso by Shirley Dumma, a synopsis is James Dumma, born 1790, in Kelso; Helen Hay, and their descendants, many of whom went to England, USA, and Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48.
For the topic Dunbar, there are the following articles: Wisdom lingers: Adventures of an ex-officer by Stanly Gordon Ayer, a synopsis is From 1908 the Territorial movement through the First World War. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Eyemouth Museum by , a synopsis is Notes of an exhibition in Eyemouth Museum about John Whillis. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 90;
Ecclesiastical Education in Berwickshire What the records have to tell by Dr Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Ecclesiastical education of Berwickshire and where to find useful information It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
The Bankers Revenge by A. W. Kerr, a synopsis is The rise and fall of a bank in East Lothian. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 10;
The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Duncan, there are the following articles: Marth’s Marmalad and Diet Loaf by Marjorie Dybeck, a synopsis is Some letters which brought life to the bare bones of the author's family tree. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
Ednam and Captain Cook by John Newlands, a synopsis is A Cleveland lady spent time and effort tracing Captain Cook. Herein lies the Ednam Connection It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 25;
Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
James Thomson, Capt. James Cook R.N., Ednam and Cleveland by P. D. Thomson, a synopsis is The connection of Rev. James Thomson and Capt. Cook with the village of Ednam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Captain Cook's Border Background by Dr Jim Trainer, a synopsis is The history of Captain James Cook and the Ednam connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 6;
James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Dunglass, there are the following articles: Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Dunn, there are the following articles: From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Dunnon, there are the following articles: From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Dunoon, there are the following articles: Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Duns, there are the following articles: Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Glass Slides by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some information on a large collection of glass slides containing images taken in the 1940s to 1960s by Leslie Chappell photographer Duns, mostly relating to the town It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
John Duns Scotus by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A mention of events to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the birth of John Duns Scotus, genealogy research and the seeking of a possible DNA connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Longformacus by , a synopsis is A cautionary tale from 1871 and some extracts from the school log book, It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Who am I by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is History of the Cockburns who all came from Duns parish. It also looks into the history of Edinshall Broch. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Cockburns face to face by Anne Cockburn, a synopsis is Cockburns and their likeness seems to have been the great asset of this family. From 1650 onwards this family have a interesting history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
St. Boswells to Berwick Railway via Duns by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on a book 'St Boswells to Berwick via Duns which traces the history of this railway line. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 83;
Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Bradshaw's Railway Guide by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A note on Bradshaw's Railway Guide and what might be available - some snippets from the entry for Duns. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78;
Cadwallader Colden by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Cawallader Colden, born in Duns who went on to become the last Colonial Governor of New York State and whose image was burnt in effigy by the mob. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8;
Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Duns Auxiliary Unit, there are the following articles: Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Duns Scotus, there are the following articles: John Duns Scotus by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A mention of events to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the birth of John Duns Scotus, genealogy research and the seeking of a possible DNA connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Dunse, there are the following articles: Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Dye, there are the following articles: Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Dysart, there are the following articles: A Quite Remarkable Man by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Review of a book ' A Quite Remarkable Man - the life of Patrick Brydone' (1736-1818) by John Evans. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Earl of Bothwell, there are the following articles: Hermitage--Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Lord Soulis and how he came to his rather barbaric death. It follows the history of Hermitage through the years. Very interesting. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Earl of Douglas, there are the following articles: The battle of Otterburn 600th Anniversary by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The history of the battle of Otterburn and the families that took part, also, Walter Scott's version is different to that of the English version in The Chevy chase. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Earl of Haddington, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Earlston, there are the following articles: Executions don't come cheap by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the hanging at Fans, Earlston of Robert Scott for the murder of two companions on their returning from a fair in the Town and the costs involved in the execution. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Andrew Currie, Border Sculptor by Bob Johnstone, a synopsis is An account of the life of Andrew Currie, sculptor (1812-1891) born at Howford Farm Yarrow. Won commissions for several well known public monuments including Mungo Park in Selkirk, the Ettrick Shepherd at St. Mary's Loch, two characters on the Scott monument in Edinburgh and Robert the Bruce at Stirling Castle. Married Isabella Hardie daughter of a Denholm stocking-maker and moved to Earlston to work as a sculptor. A full account of his life and works It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Lost Earlston by , a synopsis is Some notes on a new Earlston website. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Earlston Black Hill, there are the following articles: Lauder and Lauderdale by Ian Miller, a synopsis is This is the text of the talk given by Ian Miller, president of Old Gala House on the 18th April 1999 It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic East Lothian, there are the following articles: The Autobiography of a Working man by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes regarding the life of Alexander Somerville born in East Lothian but who spent most of his early life in Berwickshire. He became a cavalryman in the Royal British Dragoons but was subjected to punishment of 100 lashes for writing to a local paper at the time of the passing of the Reform Act of 1832. Questions were asked in Parliament regarding his punishment almost universally regarded as excessive and his release from the army was purchased by public subscription. His autobiography recalls the hardship of his early life in Berwickshire as son of a farm hand. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic East Lothian Banking Co, there are the following articles: The Banker's Revenge by Colin Woods, a synopsis is Extract from the History of Banking in Scotland by A W Kerr concerning some aspects of William Borthwick's behaviour. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Eastlands, there are the following articles: WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Easton, there are the following articles: A Stitch in Time by Patricia Williamson, a synopsis is Account of a sampler and the search for its creator in the family tree. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Innerleithen Shops by , a synopsis is Information on the CD published by the Society on 'Innerleithen Shops' compiled by Bobby Richardson. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Eccles, there are the following articles: Galashiels Murrays in New South Wales by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is Murrays first came to the fore in Eccles, follow them through generations. There is also a very touching letter in the article. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
A Cockburn Family in Berwickshire and Its Descendants - The Book by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The author's Cockburn family history - mostly recent. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Eckford, there are the following articles: A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Fredrick Thomas Eckford by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Biography of F T Eckford, Second Lieutenant, 12th (Green’s) Tennessee Cavalry Regt. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40;
Fairbairn by kind permission of Kelso Museum, a synopsis is A modern day manipulator who could be better than a Doctor for pains. Got Rugby players who got hurt at the weekend and she would fix them up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Eddermouth, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Eddlestone, there are the following articles: Fairbairn by kind permission of Kelso Museum, a synopsis is A modern day manipulator who could be better than a Doctor for pains. Got Rugby players who got hurt at the weekend and she would fix them up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Eddystone, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Edgar, there are the following articles: Longformacus by , a synopsis is A cautionary tale from 1871 and some extracts from the school log book, It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Edinburgh, there are the following articles: Will of Gibbie Hatley of Gattonside 1547 by , a synopsis is Details of an interesting legacy to the Edinburgh Hangman. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 74;
The Stewarts of Kelso by Harry D Watson, a synopsis is A report into extensive research into the Stewart family of Kelso, latterly of Edinburgh. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77;
Adam Clark (1811 to 1866) by Dr. Jim Lyon, a synopsis is A fascinating account of Adam Clark, born in Edinburgh but brought up in Kelso who became a bridge builder of renown in Hungary building the first bridge across the Danube linking the communities of Buda and Pest. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Edmonstone, there are the following articles: Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Edmonton, there are the following articles: Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Ednam, there are the following articles: James Thomson - A Man for all Seasons by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life and works of Border poet, James Thomson. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Know Your Parish - Ednam by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is History of the parish of Ednam and some inhabitants. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 24;
James Thomson, Capt. James Cook R.N., Ednam and Cleveland by P. D. Thomson, a synopsis is The connection of Rev. James Thomson and Capt. Cook with the village of Ednam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Ednam and Captain Cook by John Newlands, a synopsis is A Cleveland lady spent time and effort tracing Captain Cook. Herein lies the Ednam Connection It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 25;
Gallipoli and Hill 70 Loos by , a synopsis is Some notes on an exhibition on Gallipoli staged by the Society with background; also notes on the centenary of the Battle of Loos and service of commemoration at Edrom Church It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Captain Cook's Border Background by Dr Jim Trainer, a synopsis is The history of Captain James Cook and the Ednam connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Edrington, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of the Bass by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is An account fully referenced, of the family of the Lauders of the Bass Rock. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Robert Lauder of that Ilk by G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the story of the background and demise of Robert Lauder of that ilk (d.1598), one of the last to be recorded with that appellation. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Edrom, there are the following articles: From Coldstream to Canada by James Burns, a synopsis is The Galbraith history from Coldstream to Toronto University. A comprehensive account of the Galbraiths. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Uncleanness at Edrom by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A tale of impropriety extracted from the Edrom Session Records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Robert Fortune by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of Robert Fortune born at Edrom who became a renowned botanist and undertook several journeys (often proving quite perilous ) to China and the Far East - Many plants are named after him and he can probably lay claim to be the founder of the tea industry in India having smuggled plants out of China to help establish this. Buried at Brompton Cemetery, London where a memorial to him has recently been restored. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80;
Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73;
New Society Publication Edrom by , a synopsis is An account of the publication by the Society of the Edrom Monumental Inscriptions etc. also some background on the parish and persons associated. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Full of Egotism, Diaries of Rev John Hastie by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is This is the text of Ronald's talk to the Society on 21st March 2004. It was about a diary which should appeal to those with an interest in local history, a snapshot of life in a rural Parish between 1797 and 1822, and for those connected to Edrom - an opportunity to ‘meet the ancestor’. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55;
Waterloo and Beyond by Kenneth McLean, a synopsis is Some notes by the author on his attempt to find gravestones and memorials to those who died in the Napoleonic Wars. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Edwin Fox, there are the following articles: Convicts Transported to Western Australia in 1858 aboard the 'Edwin Fox' by Lynn Manning, a synopsis is A list of Scottish convicts transported to Australia on the "Edwin Fox". Reprinted from Bedfordshire Family History Society Journal It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Elder, there are the following articles: A Rutherfurd family by James Selkirk, a synopsis is Notes on the name Rutherfurd taken from the book 'Rutherfurds of that Ilk'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Electronics, there are the following articles: Sir Ambrose Fleming - Father of Modern Electronics by Robin Croftin, a synopsis is The Borders connection of Sir Ambrose Fleming who designed the transmitter to enable the sending of the first message across the Atlantic and whose work paved the way for the invention of the modern light bulb and radio communication. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Elibank, there are the following articles: Langshaw Mill Decree of 1608 by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Extract Decree relating to Langshaw Mill. The Decree is interesting for genealogists because of the very considerable number of people mentioned in it. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 59;
Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Elie, there are the following articles: The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Eliza, there are the following articles: "My Great Grandfather died at sea" by Bill Murray, a synopsis is A ships Master from Irvine in Ayrshire. How Bill researched the history of a remarkable seaman. 'One of his best'. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Elizabeth Bay, there are the following articles: Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Ellemford, there are the following articles: Abbey St Bathans, Cranshaws and Longformacus by , a synopsis is A brief description of 3 neighbouring parishes and the records available. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Elliot, there are the following articles: The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
A Quite Remarkable Man by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Review of a book ' A Quite Remarkable Man - the life of Patrick Brydone' (1736-1818) by John Evans. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2;
A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43;
A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Who was Little Arthur Foster? Elliots at court 1675-1682 by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border Reivers Court sittings in the 1600's. How Cautioners upheld the Law.Also in 5 pages in issue 30 covering the same subject. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
William Elliot, Architect by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is The family history of William Elliot and descriptions of some of the fine house's he built. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15;
The War Memorial at Minto by Roger J Owen by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on the book 'The War Memorial at Minto' by Roger J Owen. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
At The Beginning by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is A tale of one mans delve into family history from the U.K. to Canada and beyond. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1;
Voices from Lilliesleaf by Ian McDougall by , a synopsis is Review of a book ' Voices from Lilliesleaf' by Ian MacDougall. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
An Infamous Mistress by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'An Infamous Mistress' by Sarah Murden and Joanne Major being a biography of Grace Dalrymple Elliot. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Elliots, there are the following articles: Stobs Internment Camp near Hawick by , a synopsis is Some notes on Stobs Internment Camp and its history. It is long. It's in issue no 90;
Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Elliott, there are the following articles: The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Elphinstone, there are the following articles: The Kidstons of Stow by John Kidston Tait, a synopsis is A very comprehensive account of the early Rev Kidston from Stow and their thirteen children and who they married. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Elsfield, there are the following articles: On John Buchan's grave by David Weekes, a synopsis is An account of a small volume by David Weekes on his search to interpret the Latin and Greek text on the grave of John Buchan in Elsfield Church, Oxfordshire. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Elwin, there are the following articles: They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Emigrants, there are the following articles: George Hope 1814-1884 by Alistair Hope, a synopsis is The story of George Hope 1814-1884 born in Morebattle who with his family emigrated to Australia, their struggles and achievements in Australia including their experiences of the 'Goldrush' and an account of their return visit to Morebattle 38 years later. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
A Lad o' Pairts- George Watson (1876 -1950) by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life of George Watson (1876-1950) born in Jedburgh, linguist and etymologist who worked on the Oxford New English Dictionary before emigrating to United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
From the Scottish Borders to South Australia by Ruth Oliver, a synopsis is An account of the lives of William Oliver his wife Elizabeth Turnbull who were married at Jedburgh in1833 who emigrated to South Australia, their family and subsequent life, Contains much genealogy and notes on the Oliver DNA project. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12;
Innerleithen's All-Black by Esther Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how researching her Dickson line from Innerleithen, she traced an unknown descendant who had emigrated to New Zealand and played rugby for the 'All Blacks'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
John Liddle (13.3.1842 - 26.9.1907) by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the life of John Liddle born at Reston and his voyage to Australia in 1865 aboard the "Clara". He kept a diary during the voyage and extracts are included illustrating what life was like aboard an emigrant ship. There are also details from the ship's register (a full list of the names of the 384 immigrants is available) also a breakdown of occupations, nationalities and deaths during the voyage. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80;
Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Charles McGinn by Michael and Chris Hume, a synopsis is Some notes on Charles McGinn born at Stow in 1865 and his emigration to Australia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13;
The Haliburtens of Sprouston by D.N. Haliburton, a synopsis is Origins of the Haliburtons; William who had 12 children and their emigration to New Zealand. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
Whitsome to West Sparta by Elizabeth Doley, a synopsis is The story of Christopher Moffat and his wife Agnes Common who emigrated to Canada aboard the John Bright in 1856, some earlier history, the reason for their emigration, an account of the voyage and their subsequent life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Emigration, there are the following articles: The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic emigration, there are the following articles: The Scots in Poland by Mona K. McLeod, a synopsis is The story of Scottish emigration to Poland as merchant's, engineers and farm managers. The parents of the author's mother came back to Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Emigration, there are the following articles: Kennington/Cowe Family History. Part 2 - Emigration to New Brunswick 1837 - James Cowe & Isabella Donaldson by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Details of the lives of further branches of the Cowe family including one that emigrated to New Brunswick. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic emigration, there are the following articles: Following in the Footsteps of Robert Redpath. by Irene J Redpath, a synopsis is The story of one man's journey to mine gold in Australia. There is reference to two diaries kept by other men on the voyage from Glasgow to Townsville, Queensland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Emigration, there are the following articles: Liddles Abroad by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Family pictures awaken an interest in family history. The author made contact with relatives in Australia, descendants of a blacksmith who'd emigrated front Heughhead, Reston. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
From Crosslee to Salt Lake City by George Clark, a synopsis is The journey of William Scott Clark from Ettrick to Idaho. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Kennington/Cowe Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The story of the family's arrival in Berwickshire and their life there until they departed to Canada. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Convicts Transported to Western Australia in 1858 aboard the 'Edwin Fox' by Lynn Manning, a synopsis is A list of Scottish convicts transported to Australia on the "Edwin Fox". Reprinted from Bedfordshire Family History Society Journal It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Emonds, there are the following articles: Death in the Borders: 19th Century Border Murder Cases by Norrie McLeish .(Review by Hugh K. Mackay), a synopsis is This is the review of a book by Norrie McLeish, Border Murder Cases with a great deal of research that has gone into this volume. Gypsies, Landlords, and farm workers. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Emperor Nudd, there are the following articles: Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Employees, there are the following articles: Servants Emerging from the Shadows by Chris Pawson, a synopsis is Notes on an exhibition and recording of records pertaining to staff and employees at Paxton House. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic England, there are the following articles: Crossing the Border by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Notes on Linda Bankier's talk to the Society on 20th February 2005, mainly about the differences between English and Scottish records, irregular marriages, and the Berwick Record Office's holdings. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Epitaphs, there are the following articles: Some epitaphs written by Robert Burns by , a synopsis is Epitaphs written by Robert Burns on Gavin Hamilton, his own father, Willie Mitchie and Robert Fergusson, poet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Epsom, there are the following articles: The Langlands by Mrs. Prue Langlands, a synopsis is How a family can be traced with the help of a family Bible It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Eskdalemuir, there are the following articles: A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Etal, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This article, reprinted by permission of Northumberland and Durham FHS, is a list of persons in communion rolls, who had moved from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Etterick, there are the following articles: An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Ettrick, there are the following articles: Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
From Crosslee to Salt Lake City by George Clark, a synopsis is The journey of William Scott Clark from Ettrick to Idaho. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Ettrick Bridge, there are the following articles: 100 year Belgian connection to the Borders by Esther Davies, a synopsis is The story of a Belgian lady who every evening attended the memorial ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres and her Borders connection. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Ettrickbridge Sampler by , a synopsis is A sampler embroidered in 1879 in Ettrick Bridge, somehow finding its way to Canada and returned to the local school, Kirkhope Primary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Etymology, there are the following articles: A Lad o' Pairts- George Watson (1876 -1950) by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life of George Watson (1876-1950) born in Jedburgh, linguist and etymologist who worked on the Oxford New English Dictionary before emigrating to United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Executions, there are the following articles: Executions don't come cheap by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the hanging at Fans, Earlston of Robert Scott for the murder of two companions on their returning from a fair in the Town and the costs involved in the execution. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Exhibitions, there are the following articles: Peel Hospital - Galashiels Exhibition by Gwen Stein, Davina Smart and Margaret Bowers, a synopsis is An account of the exhibition on Peel Hospital staged by the Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Eyemouth Museum by , a synopsis is Notes of an exhibition in Eyemouth Museum about John Whillis. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Exmoor, there are the following articles: Friends of Hoar Cottage by Bette Baldwin, a synopsis is An account of Hoar Cottage, a shepherd's cottage on Exmoor in North Devon which has connections with shepherds from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Eyemouth, there are the following articles: John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Notes on the book "Eustace the Outcast" by David Pae also on the will of James Swanston of Eyemouth containing what is thought to be a list of customers for illicit produce including the Rev. Robert Bowmaker, minister, Duns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
Memories of Ayton by Patricia Payne, a synopsis is Mrs Patricia Payne was so interested in the articles on 'The Ayton Bard' that she felt the need to record some of her memories of Ayton before all was forgotten. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 18;
New Research Facility at Eyemouth Museum by , a synopsis is Details of new research facilities available at Eyemouth Museum and a project to determine the names of old wynds and vennels recorded in the 1841 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 80;
Eyemouth Local/Family History Centre by , a synopsis is Some notes on the Eyemouth Family History Centre and Eyemouth Fort 'Virtual Experience Pod'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Faa, there are the following articles: Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
More Gypsy Snippets by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some interesting snippets extracted by Peter Munro regarding gypsies throughout the ages It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 0;
Jethart Jock by John Murray, a synopsis is The mystery of Jethart Jock of Coldstream, husband of the Gypsy Queen Esther Faa Blyth and attempts to identify. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Faa Blythe, there are the following articles: The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Fair, there are the following articles: 'Fair' Suspended by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of how the writer discovered there generations his ancestors of the name Fair in the Churchyard at Ayton. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Fairbairn, there are the following articles: Update to 'Bringing science to genealogy' by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is An update on a DNA project that was first described in Volume 67, pages 1 -4 June 2008. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
Bringing Science to Genealogy - DNA Testing by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is Have you got a family rumour of relationships between families that you cannot prove ? Perhaps you’re curious whether or not you’ve some undiscovered relations out there somewhere in the world, or a brick wall that stubbornly refuses to budge. Then possibly you should consider DNA testing. The author set up three surname DNA projects for Sinton, Fairbairn and Runciman. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Fairburn, there are the following articles: The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Know Your Parish - Ednam by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is History of the parish of Ednam and some inhabitants. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Fairbvairn, there are the following articles: Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Fairholm Erebus, there are the following articles: North West passage-the Melrose connection by , a synopsis is It is 150 years since the explorer, Sir John Franklin, vanished. This is the tale of a Melrose man who was with him on the long journey to find the North West Passage. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Fairholme, there are the following articles: The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Fairington, there are the following articles: A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Falahill, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth Century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The Burgesses, and how they looked after Selkirk. The privileges that they gave themselves. Continued in issue 26. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Falstone, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This article, reprinted by permission of Northumberland and Durham FHS, is a list of persons in communion rolls, who had moved from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Family Tree, there are the following articles: An Unusual Way Of Recording Family Trees by Colin McInnes, a synopsis is This is about a gravestone in the burial ground of Sweetheart Abbey, Dumfries-shire which has a drawn family tree of the Jardine family. The article shows a picture of the gravestone. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Family Tree Maker, there are the following articles: Family Tree Maker Online by Allan McVittie, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program with the Internet It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40;
Family Tree Maker by John Unsworth, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Fans, there are the following articles: Executions don't come cheap by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the hanging at Fans, Earlston of Robert Scott for the murder of two companions on their returning from a fair in the Town and the costs involved in the execution. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Fantalane, there are the following articles: Update on Surnames and Clansmen by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Additional notes, about the lands of Fantalane, relating to the author's book. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Farming, there are the following articles: The Way We Were by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Berwickshire farm servants wages from 1751 and how the farm hand had to make the hovel of a house more habitable. It was not the good old days, it was slavery. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Farquarson, there are the following articles: Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Farquharsons, there are the following articles: Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Fauldshope, there are the following articles: Notes on the Ancestry of the Ettrick Shepherd by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is James Hogg (1770-1835) where he and his ancestors lived in the Borders, also who they married. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Feeley, there are the following articles: Soldiers' Wills by , a synopsis is A brief article of Soldiers' Wills and how to access on line. It is long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Feeney, there are the following articles: Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Helen Rreichenbach, a synopsis is A list of men who died in the Boer War in outlying places. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Fencible Cavalry, there are the following articles: Berwickshire Fencible Cavalry by , a synopsis is Details of military discharge records during and following the Napoleonic Wars (1814-1835) which may be of interest to those researching their ancestors. An interesting mix of Bordermen and those from south of the Border. These records are from the National Archives at Kew. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Fenham, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Ferguson, there are the following articles: James Ferguson Schoolmaster, 1814-1894 by J Ferguson, a synopsis is How the memory of a clock led the author to research this ancestor. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 32;
William Coulthard: Emigrant to South Australia by Alfred J. Coultherd, a synopsis is Captain A. J. Coultherd has sent a moving account of an intrepid explorer who moved to Australia in 1836. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7;
Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Fiddes, there are the following articles: More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Field Marshall Haig, there are the following articles: WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Fife, there are the following articles: The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Finlay, there are the following articles: One of the many Brown Families by I.M. Brown, a synopsis is A family tree of Browns in Galashiels, Selkirk areas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic First First World War, there are the following articles: WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic First World War, there are the following articles: Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
John Keddie Linton by Mrs. Dee Brook, a synopsis is An enquiry regarding John Keddie Linton killed in action during World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Saving and Sharing Borders Stories of WWI by , a synopsis is Reference to the project by Live Borders Museum and Library Services to commemorate the Borders experience during the Great War. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Firth, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Fisabad, there are the following articles: Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Fische, there are the following articles: Miriam Fish by Miriam Fish, a synopsis is One of the band of grave yard inscription recorders, she gives a interesting description of her youth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Fish, there are the following articles: Miriam Fish by Miriam Fish, a synopsis is One of the band of grave yard inscription recorders, she gives a interesting description of her youth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Fisher, there are the following articles: Arrangements for a Victorian wedding by Janet Nellis, a synopsis is An account of the arrangements made for the marriage in Galashiels of Andrews Stewart Fisher to Elizabeth Tait with details as on the arranging and the ceremony It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Fishing, there are the following articles: Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
The Tweed to the Northern Isles by , a synopsis is Some information on a new publication entitled 'The Tweed to the Northern Isles' which traces the history of fishing along Scotland's east coast. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Fishwick, there are the following articles: Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic FitzAlans, there are the following articles: The Origins of William Wallace by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Notes of the genealogy of William Wallace and suggested connections to the FitzAlans and Stewarts. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Fitzjames, there are the following articles: The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic FitzWalter, there are the following articles: A Family Church - St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick particularly the author's family connection. Principal names mentioned are Coltman, Ritson, Godfrey, FitzWalter, Dearden, Landles. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75;
A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Fitzwalter, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic FitzWalter, there are the following articles: Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Flanders, there are the following articles: A forgotten village-Huguenot refugees at Polwarth by Colin Wood, a synopsis is The story of the Huguenot refugees who landed at Berwick on Tweed and travelling inland alighted on this secluded spot to settle there, is known, perhaps only by their descendants. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Fleming, there are the following articles: George Fleming M.A. by Ian McGregor, a synopsis is Article on George Fleming MA, distinguished educationalist. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Sir Ambrose Fleming - Father of Modern Electronics by Robin Croftin, a synopsis is The Borders connection of Sir Ambrose Fleming who designed the transmitter to enable the sending of the first message across the Atlantic and whose work paved the way for the invention of the modern light bulb and radio communication. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
James Fleming, father of Sir John Ambrose Fleming by Ian McGregor, a synopsis is Some notes on James Fleming, born near Smailholm father of Sir John Ambrose Fleming who featured in issue 82. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Fleming's Regiment, there are the following articles: Ways of Arguing in the Social Sciences by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is This article is an extended version of a talk given to the Society on 17th September 2000, and follows an earlier article in the "Scottish Genealogist" in 1997 on the theme of methods of approach for family history researchers. Uses Hoy ancestors for examples. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Flemington, there are the following articles: Anderson Family Legend by Mrs. Steele, a synopsis is Three brothers shared their last sixpence at Kelso Fair and then parted company. How a lady searched for relatives. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Fleshers, there are the following articles: The Ancient Crafts of Selkirk by Jim Newlands, a synopsis is The history of crafts in Selkirk from 1113 with the building of the Border abbeys through to the Union of the Crowns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Fletcher, there are the following articles: The Flowers of the Forest--Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The Fletcher brothers from Selkirk and were they at Flodden? Probably. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Miriam Fish by Miriam Fish, a synopsis is One of the band of grave yard inscription recorders, she gives a interesting description of her youth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Flintlock, there are the following articles: James Paris Lee 1831--1904 His Rifles reigned supreme by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Born in Hawick, the very man who designed the Lee Enfield Rifle, emigrated to Canada, The Percussion Cap, a development by Rev Alexander Forsyth. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Flodden, there are the following articles: The Flowers of the Forest by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detail of those known to have died at the Battle of Flodden 1513. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Flodden 500 by , a synopsis is A note on events to commemorate the 500th. anniversary of the Battle. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The Flowers of the Forest--Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The Fletcher brothers from Selkirk and were they at Flodden? Probably. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Hawick Through Time by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Hawick through Time' by Alistair Moffat. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Mennims of Norham by A.M.Mennim, a synopsis is The history of Norham, its castle, and how it got its name. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Flodden 1513 Ecomuseum by Becki Cooper, a synopsis is An update on archaeological digs and other activities and research relative to the Battle of Flodden. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7;
The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The Walter Mason Papers by Walter Elliot, a synopsis is The Walter Mason Papers. This is a brief description of the collection held by the museum services of Scottish Borders Council. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Floors, there are the following articles: The Kers of Cessford Castle by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A history of the Kers of Cessford Castle. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Floors Castle, there are the following articles: Floors Castle Hospital by , a synopsis is Note on inventory lists and photographs which have come to light dating from the Second World War and an appeal for more information. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Fogo, there are the following articles: Yorkie, the Gentle Shepherd by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is Note about a tramp, known as Yorkie, as well as his picture on the cover. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 52.
For the topic Forbes, there are the following articles: The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Fordyce, there are the following articles: Memories of Ayton by Patricia Payne, a synopsis is Mrs Patricia Payne was so interested in the articles on 'The Ayton Bard' that she felt the need to record some of her memories of Ayton before all was forgotten. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Forfar, there are the following articles: A Six Year Family History Investigation by Andrew Brown, a synopsis is Absorbing account of James Drummond, botanist, born at Hawthornden (near Lasswade), and Thomas Drummond (also a botanist). It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Forrest, there are the following articles: Scots in Antigua by Diana Pirrie, a synopsis is Note about St John's Cathedral, Antigua where the author found an splendid marble memorial for Robert Peddie, surgeon, native of Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Forsyth, there are the following articles: James Paris Lee 1831--1904 His Rifles reigned supreme by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Born in Hawick, the very man who designed the Lee Enfield Rifle, emigrated to Canada, The Percussion Cap, a development by Rev Alexander Forsyth. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Forsythe, there are the following articles: Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Fortune, there are the following articles: Robert Fortune by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of Robert Fortune born at Edrom who became a renowned botanist and undertook several journeys (often proving quite perilous ) to China and the Far East - Many plants are named after him and he can probably lay claim to be the founder of the tea industry in India having smuggled plants out of China to help establish this. Buried at Brompton Cemetery, London where a memorial to him has recently been restored. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80;
A Fortunate Experience at Coldingham by Ian Blackie, a synopsis is Discovering a family grave in the churchyard at Coldingham Priory. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89;
New Society Publication Edrom by , a synopsis is An account of the publication by the Society of the Edrom Monumental Inscriptions etc. also some background on the parish and persons associated. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is History of the family from around 1840. Continued from issue 27. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Foster, there are the following articles: The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Foul Ford, there are the following articles: A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Foulden, there are the following articles: A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Smallholdings at Foulden, Mordington and Lamberton by Brian Patten, a synopsis is A summary of Brian Patten’s talk on 17th March 2002. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
Farms And Smallholdings at Foulden - 1920-21 by Brian Patten, a synopsis is Transcription of Valuation Rolls for Foulden It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 50.
For the topic Fouldon, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of that Ilk by G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the story of the background and demise of Robert Lauder of that ilk (d.1598), one of the last to be recorded with that appellation. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Foulis, there are the following articles: The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Foulshiels, there are the following articles: Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Fountainhall, there are the following articles: William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Fountainhall Smiddy 1793-1945 by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of the Hislop / Dick family who worked in the smiddy (blacksmith's shop) for five generations. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Fowlis, there are the following articles: The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Frain, there are the following articles: Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Frame, there are the following articles: A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic France, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Franklin, there are the following articles: North West passage-the Melrose connection by , a synopsis is It is 150 years since the explorer, Sir John Franklin, vanished. This is the tale of a Melrose man who was with him on the long journey to find the North West Passage. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Fraser, there are the following articles: School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
Borders family origins by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border family origins, surname derivations, and various aspects of family history . It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 33;
The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Frater, there are the following articles: The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Frazer, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Freemasonry, there are the following articles: The Dicksons by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Notes on various Dicksons. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic French Revolution, there are the following articles: Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Friar, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Friendly Societies, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 2 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses wages of artisans, workers’ household budget, unemployment, poor relief, and medical assistance. Continued from issue 44, and in issue 46. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Frisken, there are the following articles: Frisken Genealogy by , a synopsis is Notes on a genealogy report submitted by a member, Edward Frisken. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Fruid, there are the following articles: Know Your Parish - Tweedsmuir by Jean Moffatt, a synopsis is Hstory of the parish of Tweedsmuir, and notable people. Drawing of Polmood in ruins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Fullar, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
The Ayton Bard Robert Mennon 1797-1885 by Michael Mennon, a synopsis is This is a two part article abridged from the book of the title written by A. Michael Mennim. A copy of the complete book together with maps, photgraphs and poems is in Scottish Borders Council Library Headquartors with a family tree. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic funeral arrangements, there are the following articles: John Lee, Shoemaker in Kelso by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some details of the funeral of John Lee, shoemaker in Kelso 1802. Details of funeral arrangements and surnames of those attending the funeral It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Furness, there are the following articles: The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Gainslaw, there are the following articles: Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Galahill, there are the following articles: Tales of a Borderman by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A continuation (from Vol 80) of Andrew Haddon's recollections and tales handed down. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Galashiels, there are the following articles: New Premises - 52 Overhaugh Street by , a synopsis is An announcement of the opening of the Society's new premises. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 82;
Pringles by Alexander Watson/ Liz McGregor, a synopsis is A letter regarding the Pringles of Overhaugh Street, Galashiels and a Captain George Sharp Pringle, with response and follow-up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
One of the many Brown Families by I.M. Brown, a synopsis is A family tree of Browns in Galashiels, Selkirk areas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Coulter's Candy by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some investigation into the life and background of Robert Coltart, confectionery manufacturer who probably compiled the song 'Coulter's Candy', his connections with Galashiels and the history of the song. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Galashiels through Time by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Galashiels through Time' published by Amberley Press. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Charles Lapworth and the Borders connection by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is An account of the life of Charles Lapworth, the renowned geologist who although born in Berkshire became a schoolmaster in Galashiels where he married and had a family. He carried out much of his early work on the rocks in the Galashiels area before moving to St Andrews and subsequently obtaining a professorship of Geology at Birmingham University. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Know Your Parish - Ladhope by , a synopsis is Description of Ladhope (now Galashiels) and historical notes. Includes a drawing of Ladhope Parish Church. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20;
The Cairncross family - an example of a 16th-17th century family of feuars by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society on 18th September 2005 titled 'Cairncross, a Border Family'. Outline of a typical noted old family in the Lauderdale/Melrose/Galashiels district, with descriptions of some of the local areas and ownership. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 59;
The Walter Mason Papers by Walter Elliot, a synopsis is The Walter Mason Papers. This is a brief description of the collection held by the museum services of Scottish Borders Council. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
My Namesake by Helen (Telford) Reichenbach, a synopsis is About the Telford family from the Hawick area. He moved around from Langlee, Ancrum. They were buried in Melrose. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 3;
Parochial Return of the Parish of Galashiels by , a synopsis is This is a transcript of a list of Galashiels men willing to serve their country during the Napoleonic times as pioneers, guides, and providing horses, carts, and drivers. This information was obtained from a document lent by Murray Dickson of the Old Gala Club. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Premises Report by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Report on proposed works to the Society's new premises in Overhaugh Street Galashiels. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Baillie John Smail of Galashiels by , a synopsis is Baillie Smail, born at Clovenfords, was First Baillie in 1867, and was renowned for severe punishment . He died of chronic alcoholism. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 36;
New Premises by , a synopsis is An account of the opening of the Society's new premises at 52 Overhaugh Street, Galashiels. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Transcribing the Stones by , a synopsis is Notes on the publication of the monumental inscriptions at Heatheryett, Galashiels with some notes on the history of Galashiels Parish and the first Church at Lindean burial place of the second wife of John Knox. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Rev. Robert Douglas, 1747-1820 The father of Galashiels by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Rev. Robert Douglas, minister of Galashiels, 1747-1820, was a man of great ability and served his parishioners so well he was called "The Father of Galashiels". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Newspapers published in the Borders by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is Border newspapers published in the Borders, 65 in total. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 5;
Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Torwoodlee Tower by James Pringle, a synopsis is Some history of Torwoodlee Tower, Galashiels and proposals to restore and renovate. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Galashiels War Memorial, there are the following articles: WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Galbraith, there are the following articles: Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
From Coldstream to Canada by James Burns, a synopsis is The Galbraith history from Coldstream to Toronto University. A comprehensive account of the Galbraiths. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Gallipoli, there are the following articles: The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Gallipoli and Hill 70 Loos by , a synopsis is Some notes on an exhibition on Gallipoli staged by the Society with background; also notes on the centenary of the Battle of Loos and service of commemoration at Edrom Church It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
K.O.S.B. Memories by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is This is a look at the talk given by Gavin Richardson, who must be the best informed on the first world war and Gallipoli. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Galloway, there are the following articles: Stoddart by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Margaret Stoddart, born 1831, and her very interesting history. From stot-herd,one who tended cattle 1376. Earliest mention in Douglas Barony of Buittle. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Galloway Levellers, there are the following articles: The Lowland Clearances by Peter Aitchison & Andrew Cassell, a synopsis is Talk given on 19 November 2006, about the Lowland Clearances which preceded the much more infamous Highland Clearances. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Game, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other coins (part 2) by Peter Munro, a synopsis is The writer traces the history of coinage in Scotland and talks of shop cheques or tokens particularly instancing Co-operative stores and also mentioning J.A. Game's tea shop in Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Gardeners, there are the following articles: From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Gardening, there are the following articles: The Famous and Infamous of the Jeffrey Family by George Martin, a synopsis is Absorbing biography of James Jeffrey, son of James Jeffrey and Elizabeth Sinton, and his career as a famous gardener. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Gardiner, there are the following articles: Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Garland, there are the following articles: A forgotten village-Huguenot refugees at Polwarth by Colin Wood, a synopsis is The story of the Huguenot refugees who landed at Berwick on Tweed and travelling inland alighted on this secluded spot to settle there, is known, perhaps only by their descendants. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Garvald, there are the following articles: Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Gattonside, there are the following articles: Will of Gibbie Hatley of Gattonside 1547 by , a synopsis is Details of an interesting legacy to the Edinburgh Hangman. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 74;
My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
The Boston Family of Gattonside by M.C.Lawson, a synopsis is A tale of hand loom weavers from Gattonside who decided to visit a sister in Canada. How they eventually decided to emigrate over to Canada and they walked from New York to Upper Canada. Most of the family are buried in Melrose Church Yard. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Gavin Hamilton, there are the following articles: Some epitaphs written by Robert Burns by , a synopsis is Epitaphs written by Robert Burns on Gavin Hamilton, his own father, Willie Mitchie and Robert Fergusson, poet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Geddes, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Gee, there are the following articles: Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Gefle, there are the following articles: Totties in Sweden by , a synopsis is Note about Thomas Tottie, from Jedburgh, born in 1664, a tobacco manufacturer, extracted from Th. A. Fischer’s The Scots in Sweden (Edinburgh, 1907). It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic General Register House, there are the following articles: Wills and Testaments by James Galbraith, a synopsis is Scots law on wills and testaments-the difference. With a good description on how and where to find information on the subject. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Geology, there are the following articles: Charles Lapworth and the Borders connection by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is An account of the life of Charles Lapworth, the renowned geologist who although born in Berkshire became a schoolmaster in Galashiels where he married and had a family. He carried out much of his early work on the rocks in the Galashiels area before moving to St Andrews and subsequently obtaining a professorship of Geology at Birmingham University. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic George Bell, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic George Paris, there are the following articles: James Paris Lee 1831--1904 His Rifles reigned supreme by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Born in Hawick, the very man who designed the Lee Enfield Rifle, emigrated to Canada, The Percussion Cap, a development by Rev Alexander Forsyth. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic George Taylor, there are the following articles: From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Gibb, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
The Way We Were by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Berwickshire farm servants wages from 1751 and how the farm hand had to make the hovel of a house more habitable. It was not the good old days, it was slavery. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Gibson, there are the following articles: Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
The Way We Were by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Berwickshire farm servants wages from 1751 and how the farm hand had to make the hovel of a house more habitable. It was not the good old days, it was slavery. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15;
Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Early Days by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Excerpts from the account of early years of her marrige written by Mrs Minerve Gibson from Calgary, Alberta, in 1980 at the age of 107. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Gill, there are the following articles: Australian Deaths Recorded in the Hawick Advertiser 1854-1873 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of people from Hawick who died in or on the way to Australia. Very comprehensive. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Gillies, there are the following articles: Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Gilroy, there are the following articles: A family of Tanish by P. Tanish- Hardie, a synopsis is George Tanish who married Catherine Gilroy from Selkirk and their decendants. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Gladstain, there are the following articles: Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Gladstanes, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Gladstone, there are the following articles: Female Suffrage by "Titwillow" by John C. Gill, a synopsis is This article was first published in a family magazine produced and edited by his grandfather Robert Hogg who farmed at Fireburnmill Coldstream. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37;
A Border Tragedy - Hawick 900 Court of Record and Civil Records by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An article on cases of Breach of Promise. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Glasgow, there are the following articles: An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Glass, there are the following articles: Governor Glass by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on William Glass, born in Kelso who went on to establish the colony of Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic and to become its first Governor. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Gledstane, there are the following articles: Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Glen Gatekeeper House, there are the following articles: The Gatekeeper House, The Glen Innerleithen by , a synopsis is An account of the genealogy of the Hume family who resided at The Gatekeeper House, The Glen Innerleithen. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Glen House, there are the following articles: Glen House, Innerleithen by , a synopsis is An account of the recording an indexing estate records by Society members and a short history on the house. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Glendinning, there are the following articles: Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
An Unexpected Homecoming by David Rudram, a synopsis is An Englishman migrates to the Borders when Riddell House changes hands. He marries a local lass with links to Innerleithen. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Glenmayne, there are the following articles: An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Glentress, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Godfrey, there are the following articles: A Family Church - St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick particularly the author's family connection. Principal names mentioned are Coltman, Ritson, Godfrey, FitzWalter, Dearden, Landles. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Godson & Lumgair, there are the following articles: St Mary's Mill by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is From the start of the Mill in 1894 through good and bad times . How the mill was used through both world wars. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic gold mining, there are the following articles: Following in the Footsteps of Robert Redpath. by Irene J Redpath, a synopsis is The story of one man's journey to mine gold in Australia. There is reference to two diaries kept by other men on the voyage from Glasgow to Townsville, Queensland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Golden Retriever, there are the following articles: From Yellow to Golden, the stately history of the Golden Retriever' by , a synopsis is An account po the history of the Golden Retriever and its Borders connection. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
The Yellow Retriever by , a synopsis is Note on a book on the dog, the Yellow Retriever, a breed of dog known today as The Golden Retriever. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Goodfellow, there are the following articles: The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Goodwin, there are the following articles: Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Gordon, there are the following articles: Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
The battle of Otterburn 600th Anniversary by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The history of the battle of Otterburn and the families that took part, also, Walter Scott's version is different to that of the English version in The Chevy chase. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8;
A Cockburn Family in Berwickshire and Its Descendants - The Book by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The author's Cockburn family history - mostly recent. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Gospatrick, there are the following articles: Ecclesiastical Education in Berwickshire What the records have to tell by Dr Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Ecclesiastical education of Berwickshire and where to find useful information It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Gow, there are the following articles: Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Graeme, there are the following articles: The battle of Otterburn 600th Anniversary by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The history of the battle of Otterburn and the families that took part, also, Walter Scott's version is different to that of the English version in The Chevy chase. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Graham, there are the following articles: The Homes of Paxton House by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is A fascinating piece of Borders family history came to light when a 200 year-old Berwickshire mansion was gifted to the nation. Along with the history of the family of Home's. Love is a wondrous thing ! It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Grammar School, there are the following articles: Restoration of Gravestone at Peebles - James Sloane by , a synopsis is An account of the restoration of a gravestone in the churchyard at Peebles of James Sloane who was rector of Peebles Grammar School between 1802 and 1843. Also extracts on James Sloane from a book 'Glimpses of Peebles and Forgotten Characters in its History' by Alexander Williamson published in 1895. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Grant, there are the following articles: Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is The history of Grantshouse and one of its sons, James Turner. Continued in issue 28. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Australian Deaths Recorded in the Hawick Advertiser 1854-1873 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of people from Hawick who died in or on the way to Australia. Very comprehensive. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
An ill-matched couple by Ralph Maltman, a synopsis is An account from a solicitor's file of a domestic dispute between a husband and wife over assets. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Grantshouse, there are the following articles: Renton School Grantshouse by , a synopsis is Some notes on the book 'Renton School Grantshouse' by Jim Crosbie and Margaret Fleming. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is History of the family from around 1840. Continued from issue 27. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Gravestone Inscriptions, there are the following articles: Stow Monumental Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some information on the forthcoming publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with reference to various documents pertaining to Stow in the National Archives of Scotland with some interesting extracts. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Transcribing the Stones by , a synopsis is Notes on the publication of the monumental inscriptions at Heatheryett, Galashiels with some notes on the history of Galashiels Parish and the first Church at Lindean burial place of the second wife of John Knox. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
CD Review - Bowden Monumental Inscriptions by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Review of the content of this publication, and suggestions of other useful publications. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Gravestones, there are the following articles: Recording Monumental Inscriptions by John Durham, a synopsis is How to record inscriptions on gravestones. Method used by Highland Family History Society to compile inscriprions for genealogical reference. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Gray, there are the following articles: Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
'Fair' Suspended by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of how the writer discovered there generations his ancestors of the name Fair in the Churchyard at Ayton. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Greenhead, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Greenlaw, there are the following articles: The poor, crime and punishment,and the power of the Kirk in the Borders, 17th & 18th Centuries by M. C. Lawson, a synopsis is When paupers died, the contents of their houses were sold by public roup. This is an account of one sale and the strength of the Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Poor Relief in the 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of the operation of the poor relief in the early 19th century. It includes the size of the allowances paid and an estimate of the cost of living at the time. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town by , a synopsis is Some notes on the book 'Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town' by James Denham. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Death in the Borders: 19th Century Border Murder Cases by Norrie McLeish .(Review by Hugh K. Mackay), a synopsis is This is the review of a book by Norrie McLeish, Border Murder Cases with a great deal of research that has gone into this volume. Gypsies, Landlords, and farm workers. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Greenock, there are the following articles: Accidents and Disasters in Scotland in the 19th Century by William P Cross, a synopsis is A list of major disasters in Scotland from 1801 to 1849. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Greig, there are the following articles: Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Gretna, there are the following articles: Anderson Family Legend by Mrs. Steele, a synopsis is Three brothers shared their last sixpence at Kelso Fair and then parted company. How a lady searched for relatives. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 8;
Border Marriges Boon for "Priests" and Bane for Searchers by Northumberland and Durham History Soc., a synopsis is The rise and fall of the "Irregular Marriages" From Gretna to Lamberton. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Gretna Green, there are the following articles: Border Marriage Records by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The history of Irregular Marriages up and down the country. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Grieve, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borderers by Jean M. Smith, a synopsis is James Grieve and his interesting contribution to the lowly apple. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1869-1900) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46;
From Hawick to Kirkpatrick-Durham by way of Moscow by Linda M Chapman, a synopsis is Notes of Grieves of Kirkpatrick-Durham in Kirkcudbrightshire, who were descendants of Walter Grieve of Branxholm Park, most of whom were farmers, but also included two eminent doctors who were physicians to the Russian court in the 18th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
Grieve Families by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is Notes on Grieve families in the Borders, Edinburgh, Glasgow America, and Canada It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Grinlaw, there are the following articles: Great Grandfather's Clock by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account by the author of a clock belonging to his great grandfather which he came upon when holidaying in Australia. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Groat, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Grueldykes, there are the following articles: John Duns Scotus by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A mention of events to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the birth of John Duns Scotus, genealogy research and the seeking of a possible DNA connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Gucci, there are the following articles: St Mary's Mill by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is From the start of the Mill in 1894 through good and bad times . How the mill was used through both world wars. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Guild of One Name Studies, there are the following articles: Guild of One-Name Studies by , a synopsis is An account of a talk given by Lorna Kinnaird on the Guild of One Name Studies. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Guise, there are the following articles: A light-hearted tale--Epitaphs by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is We will never know what is written on our headstone, this article it gives you some ideas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Gunn, there are the following articles: Lyne , Megget and Manor Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some notes on the CD of Monumental Inscriptions and other records of Lyne, Megget and Manor published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Gunsgreen House, there are the following articles: Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Notes on the book "Eustace the Outcast" by David Pae also on the will of James Swanston of Eyemouth containing what is thought to be a list of customers for illicit produce including the Rev. Robert Bowmaker, minister, Duns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Gurney, there are the following articles: World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Guthrie, there are the following articles: The poor, crime and punishment,and the power of the Kirk in the Borders, 17th & 18th Centuries by M. C. Lawson, a synopsis is When paupers died, the contents of their houses were sold by public roup. This is an account of one sale and the strength of the Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Gypsies, there are the following articles: More Gypsy Snippets by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some interesting snippets extracted by Peter Munro regarding gypsies throughout the ages It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 0;
Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Jethart Jock by John Murray, a synopsis is The mystery of Jethart Jock of Coldstream, husband of the Gypsy Queen Esther Faa Blyth and attempts to identify. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
The Gypsy King and the President by , a synopsis is Relationship between President Clinton and Charles Blyth, king of the gypsies. Reprinted from the Sunday Telegraph. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 23;
Harvey Settlers Reunion by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is This was the evening address to the reunion, about why they were in the Borders and Northumberland, and about the author's Australian cousins. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Rev. John Baird (1799-1861)--Friend of the Gypsies by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is John Baird was Minister at Kirk Yetholm. He was responsible for the new bridge , rebuilding the Kirk and School. He also educated the Gypsies and brought them into the community. was a founder member of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Gypsum, there are the following articles: The Barons Folly by John D. Wood, a synopsis is The Barons Folly at Lilliards Edge. Built by Sir John Rutherford of Edgerston. He was a Russian Baron. It was as a banker he first made his mark and connections with the Russian navy, he made his fortune. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Gypsy Royalty, there are the following articles: Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Hadden, there are the following articles: The Trotters of Sprouston and Hadden - Part 1 by Jenny Fairman, a synopsis is Absorbing account of the author's researches into her Trotter ancestry. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52.
For the topic Haddon, there are the following articles: With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Tales of a Borderman by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A continuation (from Vol 80) of Andrew Haddon's recollections and tales handed down. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Dr. John Haddon - World Tour 1882 by Andrew Haddon, a synopsis is An account by the author of a talk given to the Society of a world tour undertaken in 1882 by his ancestor, Dr. John Haddon, a successful medical practitioner from Hawick. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Haggerston, there are the following articles: Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Haig, there are the following articles: Notes on the Halliburton Family by C.D. Wickenden, a synopsis is The Halliburton family who were well known landowners in the Borders from the 13th to 18th centuries. The Halliburtons intermarried with other well known Border families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Haigsfield, there are the following articles: A Hogarth Family Tree by James Hogarth, a synopsis is There came into James Hogarth's possession a manuscript family tree covering seven or eight generations of the Hogarth family, also, where they came from. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Haining, there are the following articles: The Haining, Selkirk by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A short history of the house and plans for its future. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 80.
For the topic Haliburton, there are the following articles: The Haliburtens of Sprouston by D.N. Haliburton, a synopsis is Origins of the Haliburtons; William who had 12 children and their emigration to New Zealand. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Hall, there are the following articles: Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Galashiels Murrays in New South Wales by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is Murrays first came to the fore in Eccles, follow them through generations. There is also a very touching letter in the article. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1;
The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Every Post Card tells a story by Anne Golden, a synopsis is An article on the place of postcards in family history including a history of the postcard and the information which can be gleaned from them. The writer instances several examples of how postcards have enabled her to expand on her own family history research It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Halliburton, there are the following articles: Notes on the Halliburton Family by C.D. Wickenden, a synopsis is The Halliburton family who were well known landowners in the Borders from the 13th to 18th centuries. The Halliburtons intermarried with other well known Border families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Hamilton, there are the following articles: Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Accidents and Disasters in Scotland in the 19th Century by William P Cross, a synopsis is A list of major disasters in Scotland from 1801 to 1849. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Adam moves to the Borders by Helen M. Booth, a synopsis is Adam Brown bought a small plot of land in West Linton in 1839 after which he emigrated to Australia with seven of his nine children-this story covers their history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Whiteslade, Berwickshire, and its Owners by G.M.S. Lauder Frost, a synopsis is Many have seen this ruin on the way from Greenlaw to Lauder, and often wondered about the history of this once great fortress. This article covers it magnificently. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
The Lowland Clearances by Peter Aitchison & Andrew Cassell, a synopsis is Talk given on 19 November 2006, about the Lowland Clearances which preceded the much more infamous Highland Clearances. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Hammermen, there are the following articles: The Ancient Crafts of Selkirk by Jim Newlands, a synopsis is The history of crafts in Selkirk from 1113 with the building of the Border abbeys through to the Union of the Crowns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Hangingshaw, there are the following articles: Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Hangman, there are the following articles: Will of Gibbie Hatley of Gattonside 1547 by , a synopsis is Details of an interesting legacy to the Edinburgh Hangman. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Harcourt, there are the following articles: From Yellow to Golden, the stately history of the Golden Retriever' by , a synopsis is An account po the history of the Golden Retriever and its Borders connection. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Hardie, there are the following articles: Hawick Through Time by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Hawick through Time' by Alistair Moffat. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
A family of Tanish by P. Tanish- Hardie, a synopsis is George Tanish who married Catherine Gilroy from Selkirk and their decendants. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
Andrew Currie, Border Sculptor by Bob Johnstone, a synopsis is An account of the life of Andrew Currie, sculptor (1812-1891) born at Howford Farm Yarrow. Won commissions for several well known public monuments including Mungo Park in Selkirk, the Ettrick Shepherd at St. Mary's Loch, two characters on the Scott monument in Edinburgh and Robert the Bruce at Stirling Castle. Married Isabella Hardie daughter of a Denholm stocking-maker and moved to Earlston to work as a sculptor. A full account of his life and works It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Hardwick, there are the following articles: Border Marriage Records by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The history of Irregular Marriages up and down the country. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Border Marriges Boon for "Priests" and Bane for Searchers by Northumberland and Durham History Soc., a synopsis is The rise and fall of the "Irregular Marriages" From Gretna to Lamberton. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Harehope, there are the following articles: The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Harelaw, there are the following articles: The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18;
A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Harestanes, there are the following articles: My Namesake by Helen (Telford) Reichenbach, a synopsis is About the Telford family from the Hawick area. He moved around from Langlee, Ancrum. They were buried in Melrose. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Harewood, there are the following articles: The Famous and Infamous of the Jeffrey Family by George Martin, a synopsis is Absorbing biography of James Jeffrey, son of James Jeffrey and Elizabeth Sinton, and his career as a famous gardener. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Harkins, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Harkness, there are the following articles: More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1869-1900) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Harper, there are the following articles: Harper Family Tree by Mrs B. Logan, a synopsis is This is a copy of a family tree of the Harper family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7;
Travellers Tales in the Borders by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is This is the text of Fred's talk to the Society on 25th April 2004. Absorbing review of public road transport in the Borders mainly in the 20th century. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55.
For the topic Harper Ridge, there are the following articles: William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Harriot, there are the following articles: The Heriots of Trabrown by Ray Harriot, a synopsis is An account by the author of his book 'The Heriots of Trabown in which he traces the history of the family and its various branches from earliest times. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Harris, there are the following articles: More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1869-1900) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Hart, there are the following articles: Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Hartwoodburn, there are the following articles: Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Harvey, there are the following articles: Harvey Settlers Reunion by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is This was the evening address to the reunion, about why they were in the Borders and Northumberland, and about the author's Australian cousins. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Station Master of Belses by Jed Squirrel, a synopsis is How history turned up in a sack of rubbish and some one brought it back to life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15;
Migration From Glendale To New Brunswick, Canada by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is Account of the families who migrated from Berwick-upon-Tweed to New Brunswick, Canada, and the hazards they faced. Includes a list of families with Glendale or Border origins were granted land. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Hassendean, there are the following articles: Station Master of Belses by Jed Squirrel, a synopsis is How history turned up in a sack of rubbish and some one brought it back to life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Hastie, there are the following articles: New Society Publication Edrom by , a synopsis is An account of the publication by the Society of the Edrom Monumental Inscriptions etc. also some background on the parish and persons associated. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Full of Egotism, Diaries of Rev John Hastie by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is This is the text of Ronald's talk to the Society on 21st March 2004. It was about a diary which should appeal to those with an interest in local history, a snapshot of life in a rural Parish between 1797 and 1822, and for those connected to Edrom - an opportunity to ‘meet the ancestor’. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55;
Church and School Connections in the Borders: 1717-1869 and earlier by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Account of various Hoy ancestors, many connected with the Church. A lot of research has gone into this. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40;
Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Hastings Neville, there are the following articles: Border Marriges Boon for "Priests" and Bane for Searchers by Northumberland and Durham History Soc., a synopsis is The rise and fall of the "Irregular Marriages" From Gretna to Lamberton. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Hatley, there are the following articles: Will of Gibbie Hatley of Gattonside 1547 by , a synopsis is Details of an interesting legacy to the Edinburgh Hangman. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Hawaii, there are the following articles: At The Beginning by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is A tale of one mans delve into family history from the U.K. to Canada and beyond. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Hawick, there are the following articles: Auld Edward Dearsden 1799-1875 by Anne Golden, a synopsis is An account of the life of Edward Dearsden who was killed by the horse of Thomas Kennaway during the Hawick Common Riding, the family and in particular his great grandson William James Dearsden who originally had a cycle agent's shop in Hawick but who went on to develop a very successful photographic business and who during WW2 flew and worked with Barnes Wallis, the inventor of the bouncing bomb. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Marriages 1872-1875 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 49;
New Zealand Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1861-1896 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages, 1861-1896, in New Zealand of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
Dr. John Haddon - World Tour 1882 by Andrew Haddon, a synopsis is An account by the author of a talk given to the Society of a world tour undertaken in 1882 by his ancestor, Dr. John Haddon, a successful medical practitioner from Hawick. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
At The Beginning by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is A tale of one mans delve into family history from the U.K. to Canada and beyond. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1;
Tales of a Borderman by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A continuation (from Vol 80) of Andrew Haddon's recollections and tales handed down. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
The Chisholm Highland Connection by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The story of the Chisholm family, their involvement in medieval wars and their move from the Borders to the Highlands. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Hawick Through Time by Alastair Redpath by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Hawick through Time' by Alastair Redpath. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1879-1889 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43;
Death in the Borders: 19th Century Border Murder Cases by Norrie McLeish .(Review by Hugh K. Mackay), a synopsis is This is the review of a book by Norrie McLeish, Border Murder Cases with a great deal of research that has gone into this volume. Gypsies, Landlords, and farm workers. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Newspapers published in the Borders by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is Border newspapers published in the Borders, 65 in total. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 5;
Sidelines on the Borders Railway by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Nowadays, the only railway line in the Borders is the main east coast line in Berwickshire. Lady Gibson has discovered, however, that the history of the railways has plenty of interest for family historians. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
James Augustus Henry Murray (1837-1915) by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is Biography of James Murray, a linguist, philologist, teacher. He was one of the founders of the Oxford English dictionary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Hawick and District from Old Photographs by , a synopsis is Some notes on the recently published book 'Hawick and District from Old Photographs', by Alastair M Redpath. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser -Deaths 1857-1878 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Canadian Intimations in the "Hawick Advertiser" 1857 – 1863 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued in issue 43. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 40;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1890-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
It’s in the blood by Anne Turnbull, a synopsis is Notes about why Anne, a member of the Society Council, became interested in family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Sir Thomas Brisbane by Zilla Oddy, a synopsis is From a request to Kelso Museum for details on Sir Thomas Brisbane. A history of Makerston and the City of Brisbane He was also a keen astronomer. Very interesting. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8;
A Border Tragedy - Hawick 900 Court of Record and Civil Records by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An article on cases of Breach of Promise. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Marriages 1876-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50;
James Paris Lee 1831--1904 His Rifles reigned supreme by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Born in Hawick, the very man who designed the Lee Enfield Rifle, emigrated to Canada, The Percussion Cap, a development by Rev Alexander Forsyth. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
The Miller Family of Hawick, Scotland and Delaware County, New York by C. Raymond La Fever, a synopsis is This Miller family who emigrated from Hawick or Roberton-they set up a farm in the Catskill mountains of New York. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
New Zealand Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1860-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths 1860-1900, in New Zealand of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Border - Line Experiences Of a Canadian Researcher by Robert L. Morden, a synopsis is The Ainslie born in Lilliesleaf and how a trip from Canada to research the family ended in a book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
More Canadian Intimations in the Hawick Advertiser 1864-1868 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is List of deaths in Canada mainly of persons who had connections with Hawick and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 45;
New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Australian Intimations in Hawick Advertiser by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births 1858-1897, Marriages 1854-1900, Deaths 1853-1862, in Australia of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54;
Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Canadian Intimations in the "Hawick Advertiser" 1855 - 1898 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of births and marriages of Canadians intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1898, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47;
American Intimations in the Hawick Advertiser Births 1859-1900 and Marriages 1855-1872 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1869-1900) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46;
The Leyden Family by Ronald Spencer, a synopsis is From USA, an article on the name Leyden with particular reference to Dr John Leyden. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
Hawick Through Time by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Hawick through Time' by Alistair Moffat. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Granny's Bawbees and other coins (part 2) by Peter Munro, a synopsis is The writer traces the history of coinage in Scotland and talks of shop cheques or tokens particularly instancing Co-operative stores and also mentioning J.A. Game's tea shop in Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
1849 by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A report on Hawick in the year 1849, the year the Border Railway reached Hawick but also the year of the cholera epidemic. Includes contemporary reports on the epidemic and names of a number of those who died It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77;
Australian Intimations in Hawick Advertiser by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths 1862-1900, in Australia of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55;
Scottish Borders Council Archives - Hawick Heritage Hub by Rachel Hosker, a synopsis is Information about the new ‘state of the art’ Council archives due to open in May 2007. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Hawick Academy, there are the following articles: School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Hawick Characters, there are the following articles: Hawick Characters by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Names and dates of death of a number of the persons mentioned in the book 'Hawick Characters' by Robert Murray published in 1910. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Hawick St. Cuthbert's Church, there are the following articles: A Family Church - St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick particularly the author's family connection. Principal names mentioned are Coltman, Ritson, Godfrey, FitzWalter, Dearden, Landles. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Hawkshaw, there are the following articles: Know Your Parish - Tweedsmuir by Jean Moffatt, a synopsis is Hstory of the parish of Tweedsmuir, and notable people. Drawing of Polmood in ruins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Hawthornden, there are the following articles: A Six Year Family History Investigation by Andrew Brown, a synopsis is Absorbing account of James Drummond, botanist, born at Hawthornden (near Lasswade), and Thomas Drummond (also a botanist). It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Hay, there are the following articles: The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44;
Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Origin of the Hays by David Anderson, a synopsis is A review of the book 'The origin of the Hays' in which the author David Anderson seeks to trace the ancestry and background of Margaret Hay, mother of the naturalist, John Muir. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83;
The Scots in Poland by Mona K. McLeod, a synopsis is The story of Scottish emigration to Poland as merchant's, engineers and farm managers. The parents of the author's mother came back to Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Hay Home, there are the following articles: Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Heard, there are the following articles: Muckle Giggots and Sheep lost in the Snow by C S Borthwick, a synopsis is A memory of Tibbie Shiel by Margaret Turnbull, of James Thomson, the Shepherd of Whitehope, lost in the snow. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Heartrigg, there are the following articles: The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Heatherlie, there are the following articles: The Search for Robert Scott by Robin Scott, a synopsis is An account of the author's search for more information on his ancestor, Robert Scott, a teacher in South Africa who died in 1892 and his success in tracing his ancestry back to Selkirkshire. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Heatherlieburn, there are the following articles: A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Heatheryett, there are the following articles: Transcribing the Stones by , a synopsis is Notes on the publication of the monumental inscriptions at Heatheryett, Galashiels with some notes on the history of Galashiels Parish and the first Church at Lindean burial place of the second wife of John Knox. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Heatlie, there are the following articles: Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Heaviside, there are the following articles: A Sassenach Searches for his Scottish Ancestry by George Heaviside, a synopsis is How the family name may have originated. Possible connections with Kelso. The Reiver Connections An interesting historical tale. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Heavy Brigade, there are the following articles: Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Heber, there are the following articles: The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Heiton, there are the following articles: A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
The Scots in Poland by Mona K. McLeod, a synopsis is The story of Scottish emigration to Poland as merchant's, engineers and farm managers. The parents of the author's mother came back to Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Heligoland, there are the following articles: Stoddart by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Margaret Stoddart, born 1831, and her very interesting history. From stot-herd,one who tended cattle 1376. Earliest mention in Douglas Barony of Buittle. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Henderson, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by , a synopsis is Part 1 of an account of George Henderson of Chirnside, a medical doctor, who also found time for his interests in local history and customs, botany and poetry. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
A Rutherfurd family by James Selkirk, a synopsis is Notes on the name Rutherfurd taken from the book 'Rutherfurds of that Ilk'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
A Denholm Family And My Border Memories by Jean Kelly, a synopsis is A journey through time in Denholm. From Post office, Lord Minto and his new bride to preserves cooking on the range in Meg Purness' draper's shop. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Helen Rreichenbach, a synopsis is A list of men who died in the Boer War in outlying places. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Hendry, there are the following articles: A Border Tragedy - Hawick 900 Court of Record and Civil Records by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An article on cases of Breach of Promise. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Henlawshiels, there are the following articles: The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Hepburn, there are the following articles: A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Hepburne, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of the Bass by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is An account fully referenced, of the family of the Lauders of the Bass Rock. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Herefordshire Regiment, there are the following articles: Ways of Arguing in the Social Sciences by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is This article is an extended version of a talk given to the Society on 17th September 2000, and follows an earlier article in the "Scottish Genealogist" in 1997 on the theme of methods of approach for family history researchers. Uses Hoy ancestors for examples. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Heriots, there are the following articles: The Heriots of Trabrown by Ray Harriot, a synopsis is An account by the author of his book 'The Heriots of Trabown in which he traces the history of the family and its various branches from earliest times. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Heriots Dyke, there are the following articles: Lauder and Lauderdale by Ian Miller, a synopsis is This is the text of the talk given by Ian Miller, president of Old Gala House on the 18th April 1999 It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Hermiston, there are the following articles: Ecclesiastical Education in Berwickshire What the records have to tell by Dr Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Ecclesiastical education of Berwickshire and where to find useful information It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Hermitage, there are the following articles: Hermitage--Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Lord Soulis and how he came to his rather barbaric death. It follows the history of Hermitage through the years. Very interesting. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14;
Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Who was Little Arthur Foster? Elliots at court 1675-1682 by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border Reivers Court sittings in the 1600's. How Cautioners upheld the Law.Also in 5 pages in issue 30 covering the same subject. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Hermitage---Grim Guardian of the Borders- by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is The history of Hermitage Castle and its inhabitants from 1207 right through. Continued in issue 11. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Heron, there are the following articles: The Kers of Cessford Castle by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A history of the Kers of Cessford Castle. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Heronhill House, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Herring, there are the following articles: The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Herriot, there are the following articles: The Heriots of Trabrown by Ray Harriot, a synopsis is An account by the author of his book 'The Heriots of Trabown in which he traces the history of the family and its various branches from earliest times. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Herron, there are the following articles: The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Hester, there are the following articles: Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Helen Rreichenbach, a synopsis is A list of men who died in the Boer War in outlying places. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Hetherington, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Hetterburn, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Heughhead, there are the following articles: The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Hewick, there are the following articles: Station Master of Belses by Jed Squirrel, a synopsis is How history turned up in a sack of rubbish and some one brought it back to life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Hewie, there are the following articles: Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Hibernia, there are the following articles: The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Highland Clearances, there are the following articles: Two Sutherland Factors by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Two brothers from Yair who were factors for Sutherland. It also covers the Highland Clearances right up to his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Hillhead House, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Hillhouses, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Hillisland, there are the following articles: Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Hilson, there are the following articles: New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Hingston, there are the following articles: The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Hinshelwood, there are the following articles: Old Emigrant’s Diaries by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Extract from diary of Margaret Charteris, wife of Thomas Hinshelwood, emigrant from Jedburgh, ship ‘Nebo’, to Queensland, in 1883. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Hirsel, there are the following articles: Notes on the Halliburton Family by C.D. Wickenden, a synopsis is The Halliburton family who were well known landowners in the Borders from the 13th to 18th centuries. The Halliburtons intermarried with other well known Border families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Hislop, there are the following articles: William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Fountainhall Smiddy 1793-1945 by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of the Hislop / Dick family who worked in the smiddy (blacksmith's shop) for five generations. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Hoar Cottage, there are the following articles: Friends of Hoar Cottage by Bette Baldwin, a synopsis is An account of Hoar Cottage, a shepherd's cottage on Exmoor in North Devon which has connections with shepherds from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Hobkirk, there are the following articles: A quest for Scottish Roots in the Middle Marches by Kenneth Laidlaw, a synopsis is This article was first printed in the Laidlaw Family Journal of October 1995 and has been reprinted in this issue. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Hogarth, there are the following articles: Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
A Hogarth Family Tree by James Hogarth, a synopsis is There came into James Hogarth's possession a manuscript family tree covering seven or eight generations of the Hogarth family, also, where they came from. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Hogg, there are the following articles: William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Notes on the Ancestry of the Ettrick Shepherd by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is James Hogg (1770-1835) where he and his ancestors lived in the Borders, also who they married. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Whatever happened to those adventurous Hoggs ? by Ian Patterson, a synopsis is Various anecdotes about the author's antecedents, It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 64;
The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Guess Who’s Missing by E .Helen Ball, a synopsis is The descendants of William Steel Story who lived in Yetholm, Morebattle, Hobkirk, who married Elizabeth Aitchson, daughter of Francis Aitchson and Elizabeth Hogg around 1806. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Hogg Hill, there are the following articles: Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Holiwell, there are the following articles: Know your Parish-Polwarth by , a synopsis is Description of the village of Polwarth, its history, the inhabitants, and their occupations. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Holliday, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Holmburn, there are the following articles: Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Holy Trinity, there are the following articles: The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Home, there are the following articles: The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The Aytons of Ayton by James Eaton, a synopsis is The parish of Ayton from the Norman family De Vesci who changed their name to Ayton to a history of the village. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17;
With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Helen Home of Broomhouse by , a synopsis is Notification that copies of the letters from James Home of Broomhouse, captain of marines with the Mediterranean fleet during the Napoleonic Wars written to his sister Helen have been donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
The Homes of Paxton House by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is A fascinating piece of Borders family history came to light when a 200 year-old Berwickshire mansion was gifted to the nation. Along with the history of the family of Home's. Love is a wondrous thing ! It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11;
The Flowers of the Forest--Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The Fletcher brothers from Selkirk and were they at Flodden? Probably. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Death duty register by , a synopsis is Extracts from the death duty registers (seen at the public record office, Chancery Lane, London). Relating to Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Hong Kong, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Hood, there are the following articles: An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Jethart Jock by John Murray, a synopsis is The mystery of Jethart Jock of Coldstream, husband of the Gypsy Queen Esther Faa Blyth and attempts to identify. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Hope, there are the following articles: Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63;
George Hope 1814-1884 by Alistair Hope, a synopsis is The story of George Hope 1814-1884 born in Morebattle who with his family emigrated to Australia, their struggles and achievements in Australia including their experiences of the 'Goldrush' and an account of their return visit to Morebattle 38 years later. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Hopkins, there are the following articles: Two Sutherland Factors by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Two brothers from Yair who were factors for Sutherland. It also covers the Highland Clearances right up to his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Horn Water Brigg, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard Robert Mennon 1797-1885 by Michael Mennon, a synopsis is This is a two part article abridged from the book of the title written by A. Michael Mennim. A copy of the complete book together with maps, photgraphs and poems is in Scottish Borders Council Library Headquartors with a family tree. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Hornshole, there are the following articles: Hawick Through Time by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Hawick through Time' by Alistair Moffat. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Horsburgh, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Horsey, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Horsill, there are the following articles: The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Horton, there are the following articles: Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Helen Rreichenbach, a synopsis is A list of men who died in the Boer War in outlying places. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Hosburghs, there are the following articles: Two Sutherland Factors by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Two brothers from Yair who were factors for Sutherland. It also covers the Highland Clearances right up to his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Hospitals, there are the following articles: Dingleton Hospital, Melrose by , a synopsis is Some notes on Dingleton Hospital, Melrose and how to access information of those having a connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Peel Hospital - Galashiels Exhibition by Gwen Stein, Davina Smart and Margaret Bowers, a synopsis is An account of the exhibition on Peel Hospital staged by the Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Floors Castle Hospital by , a synopsis is Note on inventory lists and photographs which have come to light dating from the Second World War and an appeal for more information. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Hot Trod, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Hounam, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Hounam by , a synopsis is The history of Hounam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Know your Parish--Morebattle by Elespeth Ewan, a synopsis is A history of Morebattle Parish and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Household Budget, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 2 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses wages of artisans, workers’ household budget, unemployment, poor relief, and medical assistance. Continued from issue 44, and in issue 46. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Houston-Bosswall, there are the following articles: Gallipoli and Hill 70 Loos by , a synopsis is Some notes on an exhibition on Gallipoli staged by the Society with background; also notes on the centenary of the Battle of Loos and service of commemoration at Edrom Church It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Houston-Boswell, there are the following articles: New Society Publication Edrom by , a synopsis is An account of the publication by the Society of the Edrom Monumental Inscriptions etc. also some background on the parish and persons associated. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic How, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriage Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Howie, there are the following articles: Church and School Connections in the Borders: 1717-1869 and earlier by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Account of various Hoy ancestors, many connected with the Church. A lot of research has gone into this. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Hownam, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Hoy, there are the following articles: The Delights and Drawbacks of Working with One's Web Pages by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Text of the talk given at the Society’s Open Meeting on 16th September 2001. Suggestions on building a personal website. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Ways of Arguing in the Social Sciences by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is This article is an extended version of a talk given to the Society on 17th September 2000, and follows an earlier article in the "Scottish Genealogist" in 1997 on the theme of methods of approach for family history researchers. Uses Hoy ancestors for examples. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46;
m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Church and School Connections in the Borders: 1717-1869 and earlier by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Account of various Hoy ancestors, many connected with the Church. A lot of research has gone into this. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Hub, there are the following articles: Scottish Borders Council Archives - Hawick Heritage Hub by Rachel Hosker, a synopsis is Information about the new ‘state of the art’ Council archives due to open in May 2007. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Hugan, there are the following articles: Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Huguenot, there are the following articles: A forgotten village-Huguenot refugees at Polwarth by Colin Wood, a synopsis is The story of the Huguenot refugees who landed at Berwick on Tweed and travelling inland alighted on this secluded spot to settle there, is known, perhaps only by their descendants. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Hume, there are the following articles: Polwarth on the Green by Colin Wood, a synopsis is A history of Polwarth that was handed out by Colin Wood on the outing to Polwarth, Oct 1988. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8;
Notes on the Halliburton Family by C.D. Wickenden, a synopsis is The Halliburton family who were well known landowners in the Borders from the 13th to 18th centuries. The Halliburtons intermarried with other well known Border families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
The Gatekeeper House, The Glen Innerleithen by , a synopsis is An account of the genealogy of the Hume family who resided at The Gatekeeper House, The Glen Innerleithen. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 79;
A Canadian Connection by Jenifer Payne, a synopsis is Copies of letters sent from Canada in 1864 - they make very interesting reading. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Know your Parish-Polwarth by , a synopsis is Description of the village of Polwarth, its history, the inhabitants, and their occupations. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Hunt, there are the following articles: The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Hunter, there are the following articles: Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60;
The Tweedsmuir Connection by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is Report of the society's summer outing to Upper Tweeddale. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
The Altarstone at Stobo by Isobel Jardine, a synopsis is Stobo Slate Quarry "inferior to no slate whatever". Also a connection to Merlin and Arthur. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Miriam Fish by Miriam Fish, a synopsis is One of the band of grave yard inscription recorders, she gives a interesting description of her youth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Hutcheson, there are the following articles: A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Hutton, there are the following articles: From Coldstream to Canada by James Burns, a synopsis is The Galbraith history from Coldstream to Toronto University. A comprehensive account of the Galbraiths. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Extracts of the Hutton Session Records Jun 19th 1819 - Dec 7th 1821 by Heather Lough, a synopsis is Transcribed extracts of the Hutton Session Records mainly about donations to the Poor, and a list of ministers since 1688. Lots of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50;
15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is For anyone with a Renton in the family this is very interesting with full name, where, and the date they were born, and more. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Huxley, there are the following articles: HMS Pathfinder by , a synopsis is An account of the sinking in 1914 of HMS Pathfinder off St. Abb's Head, Berwickshire viewed by Aldous Huxley. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Idaho, there are the following articles: From Crosslee to Salt Lake City by George Clark, a synopsis is The journey of William Scott Clark from Ettrick to Idaho. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Imperial Tobacco, there are the following articles: St Mary's Mill by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is From the start of the Mill in 1894 through good and bad times . How the mill was used through both world wars. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic India, there are the following articles: A Tale of Two Brothers and a Photographic Puzzle by Ben Haslam, a synopsis is A tale of and contrast between two brothers Robert (later Sir Robert) and William Laidlaw born in Bonchester Bridge; Sir Robert who set up a chain of multiples in India , known as 'The Selfridges of the East' and became a Member of Parliament and William who ran a grocery shop in Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Robert Fortune by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of Robert Fortune born at Edrom who became a renowned botanist and undertook several journeys (often proving quite perilous ) to China and the Far East - Many plants are named after him and he can probably lay claim to be the founder of the tea industry in India having smuggled plants out of China to help establish this. Buried at Brompton Cemetery, London where a memorial to him has recently been restored. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden, poet and orientalist from Denholm by Marjorie A Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Dr. John Leyden born in Denholm, poet and orientalist and friend of Sir Stamford Raffles; his travels in India, China and Java. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Inglis, there are the following articles: Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Longformacus Free Church by , a synopsis is Discovery of a poem written in 1869 relating to Longformacus Free Church. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Innerleithen, there are the following articles: Innerleithen's All-Black by Esther Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how researching her Dickson line from Innerleithen, she traced an unknown descendant who had emigrated to New Zealand and played rugby for the 'All Blacks'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
An Unexpected Homecoming by David Rudram, a synopsis is An Englishman migrates to the Borders when Riddell House changes hands. He marries a local lass with links to Innerleithen. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Historic and Photographic Glimpses of Old Innerleithen by , a synopsis is Promotion of the book 'Historic and Photographic Glimpses of Old Innerleithen' by Bobby Richardson published by the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Glen House, Innerleithen by , a synopsis is An account of the recording an indexing estate records by Society members and a short history on the house. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43;
The Gatekeeper House, The Glen Innerleithen by , a synopsis is An account of the genealogy of the Hume family who resided at The Gatekeeper House, The Glen Innerleithen. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Innerleithen Shops by , a synopsis is Information on the CD published by the Society on 'Innerleithen Shops' compiled by Bobby Richardson. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Innerleithen Shops by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some background information on the CD 'Innerleithen Shops' compiled by Bobby Richardson and published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Innerleithen Light Company, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire's First Car by Gwen Stein, a synopsis is An account of Peeblesshire's first car built by Laurence Bell in a rented shed in Peebles and how from such humble beginnings developed the Scottish Motor Traction Company (SMT). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Innes, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Inscriptions, there are the following articles: Recording Monumental Inscriptions by John Durham, a synopsis is How to record inscriptions on gravestones. Method used by Highland Family History Society to compile inscriprions for genealogical reference. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Internet, there are the following articles: Family Tree Maker Online by Allan McVittie, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program with the Internet It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40;
The Delights and Drawbacks of Working with One's Web Pages by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Text of the talk given at the Society’s Open Meeting on 16th September 2001. Suggestions on building a personal website. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Intestate Succession, there are the following articles: Intestate Succession by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is A detail of how property was divided in Scotland in the event of the deceased dying intestate. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Inventions, there are the following articles: Sir Ambrose Fleming - Father of Modern Electronics by Robin Croftin, a synopsis is The Borders connection of Sir Ambrose Fleming who designed the transmitter to enable the sending of the first message across the Atlantic and whose work paved the way for the invention of the modern light bulb and radio communication. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Inverbervie, there are the following articles: The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Iowa, there are the following articles: From Crosslee to Salt Lake City by George Clark, a synopsis is The journey of William Scott Clark from Ettrick to Idaho. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Ironmonger, there are the following articles: The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Irregular, there are the following articles: Crossing the Border by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Notes on Linda Bankier's talk to the Society on 20th February 2005, mainly about the differences between English and Scottish records, irregular marriages, and the Berwick Record Office's holdings. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Irregular Marriages, there are the following articles: Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Italy, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic J. Thomson, there are the following articles: Fairbairn by kind permission of Kelso Museum, a synopsis is A modern day manipulator who could be better than a Doctor for pains. Got Rugby players who got hurt at the weekend and she would fix them up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Jack, there are the following articles: Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Jackson, there are the following articles: Friends of Hoar Cottage by Bette Baldwin, a synopsis is An account of Hoar Cottage, a shepherd's cottage on Exmoor in North Devon which has connections with shepherds from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Jaffray, there are the following articles: To Follow the Dogs and Carry the Stick by Bob Jaffray, a synopsis is An account of life and shepherding in the Lammermuirs before and during and immediately after the Second World War. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic James Rutherford, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Hounam by , a synopsis is The history of Hounam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic James Stuart, there are the following articles: Shillinglaw Walls by Jean Shillinglaw Ridley, a synopsis is Shillinglaw Tower not far from Traquair it is not only a heap of stones - an interesting tale. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Jameson, there are the following articles: Death duty register by , a synopsis is Extracts from the death duty registers (seen at the public record office, Chancery Lane, London). Relating to Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Jamie Cheuch, there are the following articles: Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Jamieson, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87;
The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Jardine, there are the following articles: Update on Surnames and Clansmen by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Additional notes, about the lands of Fantalane, relating to the author's book. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
An Unusual Way Of Recording Family Trees by Colin McInnes, a synopsis is This is about a gravestone in the burial ground of Sweetheart Abbey, Dumfries-shire which has a drawn family tree of the Jardine family. The article shows a picture of the gravestone. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 66;
The battle of Otterburn 600th Anniversary by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The history of the battle of Otterburn and the families that took part, also, Walter Scott's version is different to that of the English version in The Chevy chase. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8;
Who Was Lizzie Jardine ? by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is The author's start on her family history - mainly ordinary working folk in the Borders. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
The Jardine Clan Society by Family History News, a synopsis is Formed in 1977. Came from France 1066, settled in Anndale; now, branches of the family world wide. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Recording the Jardines - A one-name study by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is 17 years of research of the Jardine Clan Society. A history of the Clan and the worldwide story of the Jardines. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Java, there are the following articles: The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden, poet and orientalist from Denholm by Marjorie A Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Dr. John Leyden born in Denholm, poet and orientalist and friend of Sir Stamford Raffles; his travels in India, China and Java. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Jed Valley, there are the following articles: The Olivers of Jed Valley by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A History of the Olivers of the Jed Valley tracing their history from the earliest of times with reference to some of the more famous and infamous. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Jedburgh, there are the following articles: Jedburgh Place Names by , a synopsis is Notes on a book 'Jedburgh Place Names' put together by Society member, Norrie McLeish, from articles written by George Watson. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
James Veitch - Border Astronomer by Bill Veitch, a synopsis is Shot extract of a talk given by Mr. Bill Veitch to the Society on the 15th of May 1994. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26;
From the Scottish Borders to South Australia by Ruth Oliver, a synopsis is An account of the lives of William Oliver his wife Elizabeth Turnbull who were married at Jedburgh in1833 who emigrated to South Australia, their family and subsequent life, Contains much genealogy and notes on the Oliver DNA project. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Newspapers published in the Borders by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is Border newspapers published in the Borders, 65 in total. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 5;
Thomas Davidson (1838-1870), Scottish poet by Nick Hide, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Thomas Davidson, poet born in Jedburgh. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Convicts Transported to Western Australia in 1858 aboard the 'Edwin Fox' by Lynn Manning, a synopsis is A list of Scottish convicts transported to Australia on the "Edwin Fox". Reprinted from Bedfordshire Family History Society Journal It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Old Emigrant’s Diaries by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Extract from diary of Margaret Charteris, wife of Thomas Hinshelwood, emigrant from Jedburgh, ship ‘Nebo’, to Queensland, in 1883. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40;
Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
William Lorrain-Borders Schoolmaster by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is During the last war attics were cleared of paper and, from an attic in Jedburgh there appeared a collection of papers concerning the Rector of Jedburgh Grammar School, William Lorrain. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 27;
James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
The Olivers of Jed Valley by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A History of the Olivers of the Jed Valley tracing their history from the earliest of times with reference to some of the more famous and infamous. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Totties in Sweden by , a synopsis is Note about Thomas Tottie, from Jedburgh, born in 1664, a tobacco manufacturer, extracted from Th. A. Fischer’s The Scots in Sweden (Edinburgh, 1907). It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 60;
Rev. Robert Douglas, 1747-1820 The father of Galashiels by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Rev. Robert Douglas, minister of Galashiels, 1747-1820, was a man of great ability and served his parishioners so well he was called "The Father of Galashiels". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Death of Mr Alexander Jeffrey, Solicitor by , a synopsis is Obituary that originally appeared in the Jedburgh Gazette and Border Courier in 1874. Alexander Jeffrey was a well-known Jedburgh antiquarian and historian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63;
The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Maps by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Brief notes about Borders maps available from the Society, and on the Internet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
The Parish of Langlands by Michael Langlands, a synopsis is The parish of Langlands and the history of old leper hospital at Rutherford. Also the history of Langton that was absorbed into Wilton. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Records of a Noble Life - Rev Archibald William Murray 1811 to 1892 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Born in Jedburgh, he was a missionary to Samoa and New Guinea, afterwards living in Australia till his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Jeffery, there are the following articles: A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
A Sassenach Searches for his Scottish Ancestry by George Heaviside, a synopsis is How the family name may have originated. Possible connections with Kelso. The Reiver Connections An interesting historical tale. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
Ontario Genealogical Society summer camp by D. C. Jeffrey, a synopsis is Where to research in Ontario for your Canadian cousins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Jeffrey, there are the following articles: The Infamous Jeffrey by George Martin, a synopsis is Toll-roads in the Borders, toll bars, and William Jeffrey's involvement in protests against them. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
The Famous and Infamous of the Jeffrey Family by George Martin, a synopsis is Absorbing biography of James Jeffrey, son of James Jeffrey and Elizabeth Sinton, and his career as a famous gardener. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46;
Death of Mr Alexander Jeffrey, Solicitor by , a synopsis is Obituary that originally appeared in the Jedburgh Gazette and Border Courier in 1874. Alexander Jeffrey was a well-known Jedburgh antiquarian and historian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Jerdan, there are the following articles: The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Jerdan Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The family history of the Jerdans, who they married, and where they lived in the Borders. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Jerviswood, there are the following articles: What Might Have Been by Mike Bucher, a synopsis is The writer pursues a mysterious entry which she finds in the family Bible and suggests that her ancestor Lochhart Baillie was the natural son of George Baillie of Jerviswood and Catherine Sangster and surmises how different the history of her family could have been. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Jethart, there are the following articles: James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Jethart Jock, there are the following articles: Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Jethart Jock by John Murray, a synopsis is The mystery of Jethart Jock of Coldstream, husband of the Gypsy Queen Esther Faa Blyth and attempts to identify. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Jobson, there are the following articles: The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Johannesburg, there are the following articles: A 'Scot' Moves to South Africa by Tony Little, a synopsis is Biography of Archibald Little, born Melrose, 11th Jan 1829, died 13 Dec 1921, Johannesburg. Brief notes on his occupations, and service in the Basuto War. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic John Bright, there are the following articles: Whitsome to West Sparta by Elizabeth Doley, a synopsis is The story of Christopher Moffat and his wife Agnes Common who emigrated to Canada aboard the John Bright in 1856, some earlier history, the reason for their emigration, an account of the voyage and their subsequent life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic John Gray Centre, there are the following articles: Origin of the Hays by David Anderson, a synopsis is A review of the book 'The origin of the Hays' in which the author David Anderson seeks to trace the ancestry and background of Margaret Hay, mother of the naturalist, John Muir. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic John Muir, there are the following articles: Origin of the Hays by David Anderson, a synopsis is A review of the book 'The origin of the Hays' in which the author David Anderson seeks to trace the ancestry and background of Margaret Hay, mother of the naturalist, John Muir. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Johnson, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Johnston, there are the following articles: An ill-matched couple by Ralph Maltman, a synopsis is An account from a solicitor's file of a domestic dispute between a husband and wife over assets. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Peel Hospital - Galashiels Exhibition by Gwen Stein, Davina Smart and Margaret Bowers, a synopsis is An account of the exhibition on Peel Hospital staged by the Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Johnstone, there are the following articles: Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Dingleton Hospital, Melrose by , a synopsis is Some notes on Dingleton Hospital, Melrose and how to access information of those having a connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Friends of Hoar Cottage by Bette Baldwin, a synopsis is An account of Hoar Cottage, a shepherd's cottage on Exmoor in North Devon which has connections with shepherds from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Jones, there are the following articles: Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
The Boston Family of Gattonside by M.C.Lawson, a synopsis is A tale of hand loom weavers from Gattonside who decided to visit a sister in Canada. How they eventually decided to emigrate over to Canada and they walked from New York to Upper Canada. Most of the family are buried in Melrose Church Yard. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Joseph Bain, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic K.O.S.B, there are the following articles: Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic K.O.S.B., there are the following articles: Family history and the Military by Lt-Col. D. C. R. Ward, a synopsis is Reseaching military records. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Kabul, there are the following articles: A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Kaeside, there are the following articles: A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Kalamazoo, there are the following articles: From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Kale Water, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Morebattle by Elespeth Ewan, a synopsis is A history of Morebattle Parish and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Keddie, there are the following articles: John Keddie Linton by Mrs. Dee Brook, a synopsis is An enquiry regarding John Keddie Linton killed in action during World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Kedslie, there are the following articles: The Scots in Poland by Mona K. McLeod, a synopsis is The story of Scottish emigration to Poland as merchant's, engineers and farm managers. The parents of the author's mother came back to Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Keilder, there are the following articles: James Ferguson Schoolmaster, 1814-1894 by J Ferguson, a synopsis is How the memory of a clock led the author to research this ancestor. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Kellie, there are the following articles: Coldingham mortcloth records by Vivienne S. Dunstan, a synopsis is The mortcloth records are fascinating as they list every occasion when a mortcloth was hired out for a burial. This covers the Coldingham mortcloth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Kelso, there are the following articles: Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
John Lee, Shoemaker in Kelso by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some details of the funeral of John Lee, shoemaker in Kelso 1802. Details of funeral arrangements and surnames of those attending the funeral It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75;
Newspapers published in the Borders by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is Border newspapers published in the Borders, 65 in total. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 5;
A Cockburn Family in Berwickshire and Its Descendants - The Book by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The author's Cockburn family history - mostly recent. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
County Railway Routes - Berwick to St Boswells by , a synopsis is Details of the book in the Country Railway Book series Berwick to St. Boswells. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Governor Glass by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on William Glass, born in Kelso who went on to establish the colony of Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic and to become its first Governor. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Kelso Abbey and Walter Scott's Kelso by , a synopsis is Review of two books, Kelso Abbey and Walter Scott's Kelso looking in particular at the connection between Sir Walter Scott and the Town. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Stoddart by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Margaret Stoddart, born 1831, and her very interesting history. From stot-herd,one who tended cattle 1376. Earliest mention in Douglas Barony of Buittle. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Kelso Dispensary and Castleton Poor Law Records by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some notes by the author on his publication on C.D. of Poor Law records instancing some of the information available and mentioning various diseases mentioned It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Revised and improved edition of Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard and St. Andrews Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Notes on the improved version of our Memorial Inscriptions covering Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard Kelso and St. Andrews. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76;
Forgotten Borderers--Andrew Walker (1808-1896) by , a synopsis is Andrew Walker, born Earlston, worked at Newton Don and moved eventually to Camden and started a Ragged School. He emigrated to Troy in New York and died there. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 30;
Adam Clark (1811 to 1866) by Dr. Jim Lyon, a synopsis is A fascinating account of Adam Clark, born in Edinburgh but brought up in Kelso who became a bridge builder of renown in Hungary building the first bridge across the Danube linking the communities of Buda and Pest. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
CD Review - Kelso Poor House and Ragged School by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Interesting review of the content of this much loved publication, and a bit on the social context of the Poor House and the Ragged School in Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67;
A Sassenach Searches for his Scottish Ancestry by George Heaviside, a synopsis is How the family name may have originated. Possible connections with Kelso. The Reiver Connections An interesting historical tale. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87;
Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78;
The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Kelso Tradesmen Transcription Project by Juline Baird, a synopsis is Note on a project to transcribe the records of nineteenth century Kelso tradesmen It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
Anderson Family Legend by Mrs. Steele, a synopsis is Three brothers shared their last sixpence at Kelso Fair and then parted company. How a lady searched for relatives. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 8;
William Elliot, Architect by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is The family history of William Elliot and descriptions of some of the fine house's he built. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15;
The Stewarts of Kelso by Harry D Watson, a synopsis is A report into extensive research into the Stewart family of Kelso, latterly of Edinburgh. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Kelso Abbey, there are the following articles: Revised and improved edition of Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard and St. Andrews Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Notes on the improved version of our Memorial Inscriptions covering Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard Kelso and St. Andrews. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76;
A light-hearted tale--Epitaphs by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is We will never know what is written on our headstone, this article it gives you some ideas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Kelso Combination, there are the following articles: CD Review - Kelso Poor House and Ragged School by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Interesting review of the content of this much loved publication, and a bit on the social context of the Poor House and the Ragged School in Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Kelso Mail, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail Marriage entries by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Some marriage entries recorded in the Kelso Mail between 1808 and 1823. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76;
More extracts from the Kelso Mail by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Some death entries from the Kelso Mail recorded 29th. December 1803 to 16th. May 1804. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Death notices published in the Kelso Mail 1805-1808. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Kemmel, there are the following articles: World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Kendall, there are the following articles: World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Kennaway, there are the following articles: Auld Edward Dearsden 1799-1875 by Anne Golden, a synopsis is An account of the life of Edward Dearsden who was killed by the horse of Thomas Kennaway during the Hawick Common Riding, the family and in particular his great grandson William James Dearsden who originally had a cycle agent's shop in Hawick but who went on to develop a very successful photographic business and who during WW2 flew and worked with Barnes Wallis, the inventor of the bouncing bomb. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Kennedy, there are the following articles: Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Kennoway, there are the following articles: Links with old Peebles Families by Rena Stewart, a synopsis is A investigating search into old Peebles families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Kentucky Campaign, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Ker, there are the following articles: An Infamous Mistress by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'An Infamous Mistress' by Sarah Murden and Joanne Major being a biography of Grace Dalrymple Elliot. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
The Kers of Cessford Castle by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A history of the Kers of Cessford Castle. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Kerr, there are the following articles: Coldingham mortcloth records by Vivienne S. Dunstan, a synopsis is The mortcloth records are fascinating as they list every occasion when a mortcloth was hired out for a burial. This covers the Coldingham mortcloth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Forgotten Borderers by Jean M. Smith, a synopsis is James Grieve and his interesting contribution to the lowly apple. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Canadian Strays by J. Hislop, a synopsis is Some discoveries of Lowland strays from Grey township, Ontario It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued from issue 41. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8;
William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12;
Canadian Strays by J. Hislop, a synopsis is Some discoveries of Lowland strays from Grey township, Ontario It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Kerrs, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Kidston, there are the following articles: The Kidstons of Stow by John Kidston Tait, a synopsis is A very comprehensive account of the early Rev Kidston from Stow and their thirteen children and who they married. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12;
Notes on the Early History of the Kidston family in Scotland by , a synopsis is An account of notes on the history of the Kidston family in Scotland as submitted by Robert D Davis. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Kiel Canal, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Killiecrankie, there are the following articles: James Veitch - Border Astronomer by Bill Veitch, a synopsis is Shot extract of a talk given by Mr. Bill Veitch to the Society on the 15th of May 1994. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Kilmarnock, there are the following articles: Accidents and Disasters in Scotland in the 19th Century by William P Cross, a synopsis is A list of major disasters in Scotland from 1801 to 1849. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Kilmum, there are the following articles: From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic King, there are the following articles: Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Coldingham mortcloth records by Vivienne S. Dunstan, a synopsis is The mortcloth records are fascinating as they list every occasion when a mortcloth was hired out for a burial. This covers the Coldingham mortcloth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic King Harold, there are the following articles: "My Great Grandfather died at sea" by Bill Murray, a synopsis is A ships Master from Irvine in Ayrshire. How Bill researched the history of a remarkable seaman. 'One of his best'. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic King William, there are the following articles: An act anent murthering of children by Margaret Steele, a synopsis is Act of Assembly May 26th 1762 for reading the 21st Act of Parliament of the second session of parliament of King William and Queen Mary dated July 19th 1690 about murdering of children. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Kingsmeadows, there are the following articles: My dig into the past by A. Turner, a synopsis is Peebleshire family and from other parts of the Borders, an interesting tale. Also history of various bridges over the Tweed. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Kinnear, there are the following articles: The Monteath Mausoleum by John D Wood/ David Freeman, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Monteath Mausoleum near St Boswells and moves to conserve. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Kinsale, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borders Andrew Cocburn 1871- 1955 by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Born Kelso 1871 of a Blacksmith. Second engineer on the Lusitania,he also had two terms on the Mauretania . It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Kirk, there are the following articles: School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Kirk Session Records, there are the following articles: Hawick Hub by , a synopsis is An account with some background information on various records which have been transferred to Scottish Borders Archives at Hawick including and Kirk Session Records, Poor Relief records - some examples of content instanced It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76;
Uncleanness at Edrom by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A tale of impropriety extracted from the Edrom Session Records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Kirk Yetholm, there are the following articles: More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued from issue 41. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Kirkcaldy, there are the following articles: With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Kirkhope, there are the following articles: Ettrickbridge Sampler by , a synopsis is A sampler embroidered in 1879 in Ettrick Bridge, somehow finding its way to Canada and returned to the local school, Kirkhope Primary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
A Policeman's Lot by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is Article on the lie of Alexander Linton born in 1829 at Kirkhope who became a river bailiff and later a policemen in Caithness. Requirements for admission to the police force and some general background regarding a policeman's lot. Letter he returned to the Borders and had various positions; as a factory night watchman, as a stone dyke builder and was still employed as a stonebreaker at age 71. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Kirknewton, there are the following articles: Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Kirkpatrick, there are the following articles: Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Kirkpatrick-Durham, there are the following articles: From Hawick to Kirkpatrick-Durham by way of Moscow by Linda M Chapman, a synopsis is Notes of Grieves of Kirkpatrick-Durham in Kirkcudbrightshire, who were descendants of Walter Grieve of Branxholm Park, most of whom were farmers, but also included two eminent doctors who were physicians to the Russian court in the 18th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Kirkton, there are the following articles: Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Kirna, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Klondike, there are the following articles: Early Days by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Excerpts from the account of early years of her marrige written by Mrs Minerve Gibson from Calgary, Alberta, in 1980 at the age of 107. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Knout, there are the following articles: Hermitage---Grim Guardian of the Borders- by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is The history of Hermitage Castle and its inhabitants from 1207 right through. Continued in issue 11. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Knox, there are the following articles: John Knox Quincentenary by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some biographical notes on the Scottish Reformer John Knox. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
Transcribing the Stones by , a synopsis is Notes on the publication of the monumental inscriptions at Heatheryett, Galashiels with some notes on the history of Galashiels Parish and the first Church at Lindean burial place of the second wife of John Knox. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Konigsberg, there are the following articles: Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic KOSB, there are the following articles: K.O.S.B. Memories by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is This is a look at the talk given by Gavin Richardson, who must be the best informed on the first world war and Gallipoli. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Helen Rreichenbach, a synopsis is A list of men who died in the Boer War in outlying places. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Kyber Massacre, there are the following articles: A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Kyle, there are the following articles: Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Australian Deaths Recorded in the Hawick Advertiser 1854-1873 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of people from Hawick who died in or on the way to Australia. Very comprehensive. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Blind Jamie Donaldson by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is Account of James Donaldson, whose tombstone is in Melrose Abbey churchyard. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Ladhope, there are the following articles: Know Your Parish - Ladhope by , a synopsis is Description of Ladhope (now Galashiels) and historical notes. Includes a drawing of Ladhope Parish Church. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Lady Grisell, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Ladykirk, there are the following articles: Bygone Days by Eleanor Moffat, a synopsis is This is the text of Eleanor's fascinating talk on Upsettlington (also known as Ladykirk) from the 12th century onwards, given to the Society on 19th October 2003. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54;
William Elliot, Architect by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is The family history of William Elliot and descriptions of some of the fine house's he built. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Laidlaw, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
A quest for Scottish Roots in the Middle Marches by Kenneth Laidlaw, a synopsis is This article was first printed in the Laidlaw Family Journal of October 1995 and has been reprinted in this issue. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Notes on the Ancestry of the Ettrick Shepherd by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is James Hogg (1770-1835) where he and his ancestors lived in the Borders, also who they married. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Piper Laidlaw Memorial by , a synopsis is Notes on a ceremony to mark the 100th. Anniversary of the events during the Battle of Loos leading to the awarding of the Victoria Cross to Piper Daniel Laidlaw. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Moffat Great-Grandparents by David W Kennedy, a synopsis is About the author's farming great grandfather, John Moffat. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60;
A Tale of Two Brothers and a Photographic Puzzle by Ben Haslam, a synopsis is A tale of and contrast between two brothers Robert (later Sir Robert) and William Laidlaw born in Bonchester Bridge; Sir Robert who set up a chain of multiples in India , known as 'The Selfridges of the East' and became a Member of Parliament and William who ran a grocery shop in Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Laidlawstiel, there are the following articles: Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Laing, there are the following articles: School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Lamberton, there are the following articles: Rentons of Billie and Lamberton by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The first part of an account of the History of the Rentons of Billie and Lamberton in Berwickshire. Tracing in detail the history of the family from the early fourteenth century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Berwick-upon-Tweed Twixt Thistle and Rose-A Family Historian's Nightmare by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Locations and types of marriages in and on the Border. Types of sources, also Parish Registers for 18th and 19th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Border Marriges Boon for "Priests" and Bane for Searchers by Northumberland and Durham History Soc., a synopsis is The rise and fall of the "Irregular Marriages" From Gretna to Lamberton. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Rentons of Billie and Lamberton by Gregory Lauder- Frost, a synopsis is Continuation of the article in the previous issue of the history of the Renton family of Billie and Lamberton. The story continues from the 16th. Century to date detailing many achievements but also revealing some scandal. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Lamberton Toll, there are the following articles: Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Border Marriage Records by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The history of Irregular Marriages up and down the country. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Lambton, there are the following articles: A Canadian Connection by Jenifer Payne, a synopsis is Copies of letters sent from Canada in 1864 - they make very interesting reading. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Lammermuir, there are the following articles: Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Lammermuir Hills, there are the following articles: The People of the Lammermuirs by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Detailed history of the Lammermuirs from Celtic times to the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Lammermuirs, there are the following articles: To Follow the Dogs and Carry the Stick by Bob Jaffray, a synopsis is An account of life and shepherding in the Lammermuirs before and during and immediately after the Second World War. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Abbey St Bathans, Cranshaws and Longformacus by , a synopsis is A brief description of 3 neighbouring parishes and the records available. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Lancaster, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Landles, there are the following articles: A Family Church - St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick particularly the author's family connection. Principal names mentioned are Coltman, Ritson, Godfrey, FitzWalter, Dearden, Landles. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Langholm, there are the following articles: William Coulthard: Emigrant to South Australia by Alfred J. Coultherd, a synopsis is Captain A. J. Coultherd has sent a moving account of an intrepid explorer who moved to Australia in 1836. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7;
Beatties by Bruce McCartney, a synopsis is Langholm Archive Centre is looking for Beattie volunteers to take part in a DNA project. Participation is completely free and available to all male Beatties not immediately related who can provide a little family tree information and full results will be made available. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Langlands, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
The Parish of Langlands by Michael Langlands, a synopsis is The parish of Langlands and the history of old leper hospital at Rutherford. Also the history of Langton that was absorbed into Wilton. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Langnewton, there are the following articles: Douglas of Springwood Park by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The name Douglas would run fear into many Englishmen. This distinguished Border family and its history It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Langshaw, there are the following articles: Langshaw Mill Decree of 1608 by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Extract Decree relating to Langshaw Mill. The Decree is interesting for genealogists because of the very considerable number of people mentioned in it. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 59.
For the topic Langton, there are the following articles: Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Lapworth, there are the following articles: Charles Lapworth and the Borders connection by Enid Cruickshank, a synopsis is An account of the life of Charles Lapworth, the renowned geologist who although born in Berkshire became a schoolmaster in Galashiels where he married and had a family. He carried out much of his early work on the rocks in the Galashiels area before moving to St Andrews and subsequently obtaining a professorship of Geology at Birmingham University. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Lauder, there are the following articles: A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
A Nostalgic Visit to Lauder and Channelkirk by Prof. Charles Wait, a synopsis is A report of the author's return from South Africa, his attendance at a late night Church service in Lauder, the erection of a plaque and his family connections with the area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
Coldingham mortcloth records by Vivienne S. Dunstan, a synopsis is The mortcloth records are fascinating as they list every occasion when a mortcloth was hired out for a burial. This covers the Coldingham mortcloth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
The Chisholm Highland Connection by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The story of the Chisholm family, their involvement in medieval wars and their move from the Borders to the Highlands. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Robert Lauder of that Ilk by G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the story of the background and demise of Robert Lauder of that ilk (d.1598), one of the last to be recorded with that appellation. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
The Flowers of the Forest--Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The Fletcher brothers from Selkirk and were they at Flodden? Probably. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Robert Lauder of the Bass by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is An account fully referenced, of the family of the Lauders of the Bass Rock. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41;
William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Whiteslade, Berwickshire, and its Owners by G.M.S. Lauder Frost, a synopsis is Many have seen this ruin on the way from Greenlaw to Lauder, and often wondered about the history of this once great fortress. This article covers it magnificently. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Lauderdale, there are the following articles: Clan Maitland - The Earl of Lauderdale by The Earl of Lauderdale, a synopsis is An article by the Society Patron on the history of the Maitlands and the Clan Maitland Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
The Cairncross family - an example of a 16th-17th century family of feuars by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society on 18th September 2005 titled 'Cairncross, a Border Family'. Outline of a typical noted old family in the Lauderdale/Melrose/Galashiels district, with descriptions of some of the local areas and ownership. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 59.
For the topic Lauderdale (Earl of), there are the following articles: New Patron by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Article on the appointment of new patron for the Society and some details on the family background. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Launceston, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Laurie, there are the following articles: Coldingham mortcloth records by Vivienne S. Dunstan, a synopsis is The mortcloth records are fascinating as they list every occasion when a mortcloth was hired out for a burial. This covers the Coldingham mortcloth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Law, there are the following articles: School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Lawrie, there are the following articles: Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Lawson, there are the following articles: Adam moves to the Borders by Helen M. Booth, a synopsis is Adam Brown bought a small plot of land in West Linton in 1839 after which he emigrated to Australia with seven of his nine children-this story covers their history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Learment, there are the following articles: Church and School Connections in the Borders: 1717-1869 and earlier by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Account of various Hoy ancestors, many connected with the Church. A lot of research has gone into this. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Learmond, there are the following articles: Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Learmont, there are the following articles: Ways of Arguing in the Social Sciences by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is This article is an extended version of a talk given to the Society on 17th September 2000, and follows an earlier article in the "Scottish Genealogist" in 1997 on the theme of methods of approach for family history researchers. Uses Hoy ancestors for examples. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Learmonth, there are the following articles: Kennington/Cowe Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The story of the family's arrival in Berwickshire and their life there until they departed to Canada. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Researching Family History across the Border by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is An account by the author of the challenges and pitfalls of cross-border research. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Learmouth, there are the following articles: Kennington/Cowe Family History. Part 2 - Emigration to New Brunswick 1837 - James Cowe & Isabella Donaldson by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Details of the lives of further branches of the Cowe family including one that emigrated to New Brunswick. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Ledgerwood, there are the following articles: About the Shillinglaw by Ada Elizabeth Shillinglaw, a synopsis is Family history about the Shillinglaws family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 5;
The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Lee, there are the following articles: John Lee, Shoemaker in Kelso by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some details of the funeral of John Lee, shoemaker in Kelso 1802. Details of funeral arrangements and surnames of those attending the funeral It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75;
James Paris Lee 1831--1904 His Rifles reigned supreme by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Born in Hawick, the very man who designed the Lee Enfield Rifle, emigrated to Canada, The Percussion Cap, a development by Rev Alexander Forsyth. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Lee Enfield, there are the following articles: James Paris Lee 1831--1904 His Rifles reigned supreme by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Born in Hawick, the very man who designed the Lee Enfield Rifle, emigrated to Canada, The Percussion Cap, a development by Rev Alexander Forsyth. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Lee Pen, there are the following articles: Shillinglaw Walls by Jean Shillinglaw Ridley, a synopsis is Shillinglaw Tower not far from Traquair it is not only a heap of stones - an interesting tale. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Leenders, there are the following articles: An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Leeward Islands, there are the following articles: James Thomson - A Man for all Seasons by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life and works of Border poet, James Thomson. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Leghorn, there are the following articles: The Barons Folly by John D. Wood, a synopsis is The Barons Folly at Lilliards Edge. Built by Sir John Rutherford of Edgerston. He was a Russian Baron. It was as a banker he first made his mark and connections with the Russian navy, he made his fortune. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Leitch, there are the following articles: A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Leitholm, there are the following articles: My Grandfather and the Demon Drink - the Berwickshire "No-Licence" campaign of 1920 by Malcolm Lindsay, a synopsis is An account by the Rev. Tom Notman, minister of Leitholm United Free Church in his campaign for prohibition in Berwickshire and later in the Cowcaddens District in Glasgow prior to the Second World War It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Lennel Cemetery, there are the following articles: Coldstream History Society by , a synopsis is A note on a project recently undertaken by the Society including the transcription of the graveyard at Lennel Cemetery, Coldstream and also a project to record detailed genealogical information of all names appearing on War Memorials in Berwickshire and North Northumberland. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Lennelhill, there are the following articles: A Hogarth Family Tree by James Hogarth, a synopsis is There came into James Hogarth's possession a manuscript family tree covering seven or eight generations of the Hogarth family, also, where they came from. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Leslie, there are the following articles: Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Levellers, there are the following articles: The Lowland Clearances by Peter Aitchison & Andrew Cassell, a synopsis is Talk given on 19 November 2006, about the Lowland Clearances which preceded the much more infamous Highland Clearances. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Lever, there are the following articles: A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Lewins, there are the following articles: William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Lewis, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Leyden, there are the following articles: The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Border Influences on the Dark Continent by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Borderers who played a part in the exploration and settlement of Africa. Mungo Park, Thomas Pringle, John Leyden. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden, poet and orientalist from Denholm by Marjorie A Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Dr. John Leyden born in Denholm, poet and orientalist and friend of Sir Stamford Raffles; his travels in India, China and Java. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76;
The Leyden Family by Ronald Spencer, a synopsis is From USA, an article on the name Leyden with particular reference to Dr John Leyden. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
John Leyden by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A short note on the origins of the name. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Leyton, there are the following articles: Mennims of Norham by A.M.Mennim, a synopsis is The history of Norham, its castle, and how it got its name. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Liddesdale, there are the following articles: After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Liddle, there are the following articles: Liddles Abroad by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Family pictures awaken an interest in family history. The author made contact with relatives in Australia, descendants of a blacksmith who'd emigrated front Heughhead, Reston. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
Great Grandfather's Clock by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account by the author of a clock belonging to his great grandfather which he came upon when holidaying in Australia. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
John Liddle (13.3.1842 - 26.9.1907) by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the life of John Liddle born at Reston and his voyage to Australia in 1865 aboard the "Clara". He kept a diary during the voyage and extracts are included illustrating what life was like aboard an emigrant ship. There are also details from the ship's register (a full list of the names of the 384 immigrants is available) also a breakdown of occupations, nationalities and deaths during the voyage. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80.
For the topic life expectancy, there are the following articles: An account of the number of people in Scotland in the year 1755 by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of a document held by the National Archive of Scotland giving details of the population, life expectancy and religious affiliation, It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Light Brigade, there are the following articles: The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Lile, there are the following articles: Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Lillburne, there are the following articles: The Kers of Cessford Castle by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A history of the Kers of Cessford Castle. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Lilley, there are the following articles: Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Lilliard's Edge, there are the following articles: The Monteath Mausoleum by John D Wood/ David Freeman, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Monteath Mausoleum near St Boswells and moves to conserve. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Lilliesleaf, there are the following articles: Border - Line Experiences Of a Canadian Researcher by Robert L. Morden, a synopsis is The Ainslie born in Lilliesleaf and how a trip from Canada to research the family ended in a book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
An Unexpected Homecoming by David Rudram, a synopsis is An Englishman migrates to the Borders when Riddell House changes hands. He marries a local lass with links to Innerleithen. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Station Master of Belses by Jed Squirrel, a synopsis is How history turned up in a sack of rubbish and some one brought it back to life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15;
Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Voices from Lilliesleaf by Ian McDougall by , a synopsis is Review of a book ' Voices from Lilliesleaf' by Ian MacDougall. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Lilliico, there are the following articles: The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Lindean, there are the following articles: Transcribing the Stones by , a synopsis is Notes on the publication of the monumental inscriptions at Heatheryett, Galashiels with some notes on the history of Galashiels Parish and the first Church at Lindean burial place of the second wife of John Knox. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Lindesay, there are the following articles: The battle of Otterburn 600th Anniversary by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The history of the battle of Otterburn and the families that took part, also, Walter Scott's version is different to that of the English version in The Chevy chase. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Lindisfarrne, there are the following articles: Mennims of Norham by A.M.Mennim, a synopsis is The history of Norham, its castle, and how it got its name. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Lindores, there are the following articles: Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Lindsay, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Lindsey, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Linton, there are the following articles: John Keddie Linton by Mrs. Dee Brook, a synopsis is An enquiry regarding John Keddie Linton killed in action during World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
A Policeman's Lot by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is Article on the lie of Alexander Linton born in 1829 at Kirkhope who became a river bailiff and later a policemen in Caithness. Requirements for admission to the police force and some general background regarding a policeman's lot. Letter he returned to the Borders and had various positions; as a factory night watchman, as a stone dyke builder and was still employed as a stonebreaker at age 71. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Thomas Pringle, Writer, Poet and Anti-Slavery Campaigner by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Thomas Pringle born at Linton in 1789 who went on to become a respected poet an close acquaintance of Sir Walter Scott. He later emigrated to South Africa where he experiences many travails. The article recounts these experiences and how the family overcame many difficulties as early settlers. He founded a school and wrote a book on the state of the English settlers. He became a noted campaigner for human rights and came to be known as "the father of South African Poetry" It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
Jerdan Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The family history of the Jerdans, who they married, and where they lived in the Borders. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Little, there are the following articles: Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
A 'Scot' Moves to South Africa by Tony Little, a synopsis is Biography of Archibald Little, born Melrose, 11th Jan 1829, died 13 Dec 1921, Johannesburg. Brief notes on his occupations, and service in the Basuto War. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Little Billy, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by , a synopsis is Part 1 of an account of George Henderson of Chirnside, a medical doctor, who also found time for his interests in local history and customs, botany and poetry. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Little York, there are the following articles: Ontario Genealogical Society summer camp by D. C. Jeffrey, a synopsis is Where to research in Ontario for your Canadian cousins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Littledean, there are the following articles: John Duns Scotus by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A mention of events to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the birth of John Duns Scotus, genealogy research and the seeking of a possible DNA connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Liverpool, there are the following articles: Journey to Australia by Dr J. B. Sproule, a synopsis is The vivid descriptions of life at sea recorded in James Stewart's diary will be of interest to all of us whose ancestors left these shores in the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Livingstone, there are the following articles: Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Lloyd, there are the following articles: Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Lloyd George, there are the following articles: Stoddart by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Margaret Stoddart, born 1831, and her very interesting history. From stot-herd,one who tended cattle 1376. Earliest mention in Douglas Barony of Buittle. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Lockhart, there are the following articles: Genealogy of the Symington Family by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A review of the book 'The Genealogy of the Symington Family' by the Rev Henry Paton kindly donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Lockie, there are the following articles: More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Log Books, there are the following articles: Abbey St Bathans, Cranshaws and Longformacus by , a synopsis is A brief description of 3 neighbouring parishes and the records available. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Logan, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41;
Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Harper Family Tree by Mrs B. Logan, a synopsis is This is a copy of a family tree of the Harper family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7;
Death duty register by , a synopsis is Extracts from the death duty registers (seen at the public record office, Chancery Lane, London). Relating to Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Logie, there are the following articles: The Kidstons of Stow by John Kidston Tait, a synopsis is A very comprehensive account of the early Rev Kidston from Stow and their thirteen children and who they married. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic London, there are the following articles: Ways of Arguing in the Social Sciences by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is This article is an extended version of a talk given to the Society on 17th September 2000, and follows an earlier article in the "Scottish Genealogist" in 1997 on the theme of methods of approach for family history researchers. Uses Hoy ancestors for examples. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Londonderry, there are the following articles: The Kidstons of Stow by John Kidston Tait, a synopsis is A very comprehensive account of the early Rev Kidston from Stow and their thirteen children and who they married. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Longformacus, there are the following articles: Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Poor Relief in the 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of the operation of the poor relief in the early 19th century. It includes the size of the allowances paid and an estimate of the cost of living at the time. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Longformacus by , a synopsis is A cautionary tale from 1871 and some extracts from the school log book, It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Abbey St Bathans, Cranshaws and Longformacus by , a synopsis is A brief description of 3 neighbouring parishes and the records available. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Longformacus Free Church by , a synopsis is Discovery of a poem written in 1869 relating to Longformacus Free Church. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
To Follow the Dogs and Carry the Stick by Bob Jaffray, a synopsis is An account of life and shepherding in the Lammermuirs before and during and immediately after the Second World War. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Longstaffe, there are the following articles: James Thomson, Capt. James Cook R.N., Ednam and Cleveland by P. D. Thomson, a synopsis is The connection of Rev. James Thomson and Capt. Cook with the village of Ednam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Loos, there are the following articles: Piper Laidlaw Memorial by , a synopsis is Notes on a ceremony to mark the 100th. Anniversary of the events during the Battle of Loos leading to the awarding of the Victoria Cross to Piper Daniel Laidlaw. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Lord Minto, there are the following articles: The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Lorrain, there are the following articles: William Lorrain-Borders Schoolmaster by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is During the last war attics were cleared of paper and, from an attic in Jedburgh there appeared a collection of papers concerning the Rector of Jedburgh Grammar School, William Lorrain. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Lothian, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Lough, there are the following articles: Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Low, there are the following articles: Death duty register by , a synopsis is Extracts from the death duty registers (seen at the public record office, Chancery Lane, London). Relating to Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Lowe, there are the following articles: Canadian Strays by J. Hislop, a synopsis is Some discoveries of Lowland strays from Grey township, Ontario It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Lowick, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Lowlands, there are the following articles: The Lowland Clearances by Peter Aitchison & Andrew Cassell, a synopsis is Talk given on 19 November 2006, about the Lowland Clearances which preceded the much more infamous Highland Clearances. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Lowrie, there are the following articles: Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Lucknow, there are the following articles: Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Lumgair, there are the following articles: A View of Newtown St Boswells 1840-1920 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Newtown St. Boswells 1840 to 1920' by J.D. Smith. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
K.O.S.B. Memories by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is This is a look at the talk given by Gavin Richardson, who must be the best informed on the first world war and Gallipoli. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Lumsden, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Lunacy, there are the following articles: Dingleton Hospital, Melrose by , a synopsis is Some notes on Dingleton Hospital, Melrose and how to access information of those having a connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Lunatic Asylum, there are the following articles: Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Lunn, there are the following articles: The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Lusitania, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borders Andrew Cocburn 1871- 1955 by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Born Kelso 1871 of a Blacksmith. Second engineer on the Lusitania,he also had two terms on the Mauretania . It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Lyle, there are the following articles: The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Lylestone, there are the following articles: Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Lyne, there are the following articles: Lyne , Megget and Manor Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some notes on the CD of Monumental Inscriptions and other records of Lyne, Megget and Manor published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Lynn, there are the following articles: Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Lyte, there are the following articles: Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic MaCaskill, there are the following articles: About the Shillinglaw by Ada Elizabeth Shillinglaw, a synopsis is Family history about the Shillinglaws family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 5.
For the topic MacCorquodale, there are the following articles: Update on Surnames and Clansmen by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Additional notes, about the lands of Fantalane, relating to the author's book. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic MacDonald, there are the following articles: Scots in Antigua by Diana Pirrie, a synopsis is Note about St John's Cathedral, Antigua where the author found an splendid marble memorial for Robert Peddie, surgeon, native of Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Mack, there are the following articles: Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Mackerkindale, there are the following articles: Update on Surnames and Clansmen by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Additional notes, about the lands of Fantalane, relating to the author's book. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Mackintosh, there are the following articles: A Six Year Family History Investigation by Andrew Brown, a synopsis is Absorbing account of James Drummond, botanist, born at Hawthornden (near Lasswade), and Thomas Drummond (also a botanist). It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Maclehose, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Macleod, there are the following articles: My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Macquarie, there are the following articles: Thompson Square Windsor N.S.W. - a memorial to two Scotsman by Nina Butler, a synopsis is A report on the campaign to save an historic town square named after James Thompson, born Yetholm, convict emancipist and philanthropist. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Madagascar, there are the following articles: North West passage-the Melrose connection by , a synopsis is It is 150 years since the explorer, Sir John Franklin, vanished. This is the tale of a Melrose man who was with him on the long journey to find the North West Passage. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Maddox, there are the following articles: The Pedigree of the Selkirk Family of Selkirk , Scotland by James Selkirk, a synopsis is A family tree of the Selkirk Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Maidstone, there are the following articles: William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Maitland, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of that Ilk by G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the story of the background and demise of Robert Lauder of that ilk (d.1598), one of the last to be recorded with that appellation. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Clan Maitland - The Earl of Lauderdale by The Earl of Lauderdale, a synopsis is An article by the Society Patron on the history of the Maitlands and the Clan Maitland Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Majoribanks, there are the following articles: Two Sutherland Factors by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Two brothers from Yair who were factors for Sutherland. It also covers the Highland Clearances right up to his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Makdougall, there are the following articles: Sir Thomas Brisbane by Zilla Oddy, a synopsis is From a request to Kelso Museum for details on Sir Thomas Brisbane. A history of Makerston and the City of Brisbane He was also a keen astronomer. Very interesting. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Makerstoun, there are the following articles: The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Sir Thomas Brisbane by Zilla Oddy, a synopsis is From a request to Kelso Museum for details on Sir Thomas Brisbane. A history of Makerston and the City of Brisbane He was also a keen astronomer. Very interesting. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8;
Thistle and Shamrock by John L. Alton, a synopsis is A very well researched article on family history covering Rutherford, Brown, Atkin, and more. The Irish connection would make it very difficult. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Malta, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Mamion, there are the following articles: Mennims of Norham by A.M.Mennim, a synopsis is The history of Norham, its castle, and how it got its name. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Manchester, there are the following articles: Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Stray by , a synopsis is Transcript of a memorial stone recorded by Manchester General Transcription Project. It is long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Mangerton, there are the following articles: Update on Surnames and Clansmen by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Additional notes, about the lands of Fantalane, relating to the author's book. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Manitoulin Island, there are the following articles: Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Mann, there are the following articles: Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Manor, there are the following articles: Lyne , Megget and Manor Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some notes on the CD of Monumental Inscriptions and other records of Lyne, Megget and Manor published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Manor Valley, there are the following articles: The Black Dwarf by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of David Ritchie, the "Black Dwarf" of Sir Walter Scott's novel of the same name An account of his life (1741 to 1811) in and around the Manor Valley including an account of his meeting with Sir Walter Scott and after death the removal of his corpse by the Resurrectionists. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Maps, there are the following articles: Maps as historical sources by Laragh Quinney, a synopsis is A history of map making in Scotland and some indication as to what maps are available within the National Library of Scotland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76;
National Map Library of Scotland by , a synopsis is Some details of map accessibility of the website of the National Map Library of Scotland. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic March, there are the following articles: Know your Parish-Polwarth by , a synopsis is Description of the village of Polwarth, its history, the inhabitants, and their occupations. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Marchmont, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town by , a synopsis is Some notes on the book 'Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town' by James Denham. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Marco Polo, there are the following articles: Journey to Australia by Dr J. B. Sproule, a synopsis is The vivid descriptions of life at sea recorded in James Stewart's diary will be of interest to all of us whose ancestors left these shores in the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Marjorybanks, there are the following articles: From Yellow to Golden, the stately history of the Golden Retriever' by , a synopsis is An account po the history of the Golden Retriever and its Borders connection. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Full of Egotism, Diaries of Rev John Hastie by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is This is the text of Ronald's talk to the Society on 21st March 2004. It was about a diary which should appeal to those with an interest in local history, a snapshot of life in a rural Parish between 1797 and 1822, and for those connected to Edrom - an opportunity to ‘meet the ancestor’. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55.
For the topic Marmion, there are the following articles: The Aytons of Ayton by James Eaton, a synopsis is The parish of Ayton from the Norman family De Vesci who changed their name to Ayton to a history of the village. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Marriage, there are the following articles: The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
Australian Intimations in Hawick Advertiser by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births 1858-1897, Marriages 1854-1900, Deaths 1853-1862, in Australia of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic marriage, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail Marriage entries by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Some marriage entries recorded in the Kelso Mail between 1808 and 1823. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Marriage, there are the following articles: American Intimations in the Hawick Advertiser Births 1859-1900 and Marriages 1855-1872 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
Crossing the Border by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Notes on Linda Bankier's talk to the Society on 20th February 2005, mainly about the differences between English and Scottish records, irregular marriages, and the Berwick Record Office's holdings. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Marriages, there are the following articles: American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Marriages 1872-1875 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 49;
Canadian Intimations in the "Hawick Advertiser" 1855 - 1898 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of births and marriages of Canadians intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1898, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47;
New Zealand Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1861-1896 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages, 1861-1896, in New Zealand of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
American Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Marriages 1876-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50.
For the topic Marshall, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Martin, there are the following articles: Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Martine, there are the following articles: Ways of Arguing in the Social Sciences by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is This article is an extended version of a talk given to the Society on 17th September 2000, and follows an earlier article in the "Scottish Genealogist" in 1997 on the theme of methods of approach for family history researchers. Uses Hoy ancestors for examples. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46;
Church and School Connections in the Borders: 1717-1869 and earlier by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Account of various Hoy ancestors, many connected with the Church. A lot of research has gone into this. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Martin-Peake, there are the following articles: HMS Pathfinder by , a synopsis is An account of the sinking in 1914 of HMS Pathfinder off St. Abb's Head, Berwickshire viewed by Aldous Huxley. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Martyn, there are the following articles: Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Mason, there are the following articles: The Walter Mason Papers by Walter Elliot, a synopsis is The Walter Mason Papers. This is a brief description of the collection held by the museum services of Scottish Borders Council. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Masterson, there are the following articles: Masterton Family Website by , a synopsis is A link to the Masterton Family History Website It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 0.
For the topic Masterton, there are the following articles: The Tweedsmuir Connection by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is Report of the society's summer outing to Upper Tweeddale. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Masterton Family Website by , a synopsis is A link to the Masterton Family History Website It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 0.
For the topic Mather, there are the following articles: A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Death in the Borders: 19th Century Border Murder Cases by Norrie McLeish .(Review by Hugh K. Mackay), a synopsis is This is the review of a book by Norrie McLeish, Border Murder Cases with a great deal of research that has gone into this volume. Gypsies, Landlords, and farm workers. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Matheson, there are the following articles: My Namesake by Helen (Telford) Reichenbach, a synopsis is About the Telford family from the Hawick area. He moved around from Langlee, Ancrum. They were buried in Melrose. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Mathewson, there are the following articles: Executions don't come cheap by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the hanging at Fans, Earlston of Robert Scott for the murder of two companions on their returning from a fair in the Town and the costs involved in the execution. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Mattthew Little, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Mauldsheugh, there are the following articles: On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Maule, there are the following articles: David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Maunsell, there are the following articles: Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Mauritaina, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borders Andrew Cocburn 1871- 1955 by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Born Kelso 1871 of a Blacksmith. Second engineer on the Lusitania,he also had two terms on the Mauretania . It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Mavis Bank, there are the following articles: The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Mavisbank, there are the following articles: William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Maxton, there are the following articles: The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Maxwell, there are the following articles: Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Friends of Hoar Cottage by Bette Baldwin, a synopsis is An account of Hoar Cottage, a shepherd's cottage on Exmoor in North Devon which has connections with shepherds from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Maxwellheugh, there are the following articles: Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Mc Cracken, there are the following articles: A family of Tanish by P. Tanish- Hardie, a synopsis is George Tanish who married Catherine Gilroy from Selkirk and their decendants. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Mc Farland, there are the following articles: The Altarstone at Stobo by Isobel Jardine, a synopsis is Stobo Slate Quarry "inferior to no slate whatever". Also a connection to Merlin and Arthur. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Mc Lean, there are the following articles: The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic McClean, there are the following articles: Thistle and Shamrock by John L. Alton, a synopsis is A very well researched article on family history covering Rutherford, Brown, Atkin, and more. The Irish connection would make it very difficult. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic McClintock, there are the following articles: The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic McCrie, there are the following articles: Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic McDonald, there are the following articles: Scots in Antigua by Diana Pirrie, a synopsis is Note about St John's Cathedral, Antigua where the author found an splendid marble memorial for Robert Peddie, surgeon, native of Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 61;
A Fortunate Experience at Coldingham by Ian Blackie, a synopsis is Discovering a family grave in the churchyard at Coldingham Priory. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic McDougal, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic McDougall, there are the following articles: George Fleming M.A. by Ian McGregor, a synopsis is Article on George Fleming MA, distinguished educationalist. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic McEwan, there are the following articles: Polwarth on the Green by Colin Wood, a synopsis is A history of Polwarth that was handed out by Colin Wood on the outing to Polwarth, Oct 1988. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Mcgill, there are the following articles: Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic McGinn, there are the following articles: Charles McGinn by Michael and Chris Hume, a synopsis is Some notes on Charles McGinn born at Stow in 1865 and his emigration to Australia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic McIntosh, there are the following articles: Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic McKay, there are the following articles: More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic McKenzie, there are the following articles: McKenzie's around the River Ale by W E McKenzie, a synopsis is An account of McKenzies in and around the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49.
For the topic McKinlay Tariff, there are the following articles: St Mary's Mill by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is From the start of the Mill in 1894 through good and bad times . How the mill was used through both world wars. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic McLaren, there are the following articles: The Pedigree of the Selkirk Family of Selkirk , Scotland by James Selkirk, a synopsis is A family tree of the Selkirk Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2;
World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic McLeish, there are the following articles: The People of the Lammermuirs by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Detailed history of the Lammermuirs from Celtic times to the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23;
Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic McMath, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic McNaught, there are the following articles: Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic McNeile, there are the following articles: K.O.S.B. Memories by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is This is a look at the talk given by Gavin Richardson, who must be the best informed on the first world war and Gallipoli. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic McNiele, there are the following articles: The men who marched away by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is If you have heard Gavin speak, you will know how he has devoted his all spare time to this subject this is the K.O.S.B. part in Gallipoli, another Flodden. Men missing: Gala 54, Hawick 52, Jedburgh 18, and so on. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic McPherson, there are the following articles: Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic McVittie, there are the following articles: Family Tree Maker Online by Allan McVittie, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program with the Internet It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Meadowbank house, there are the following articles: Tweedmount House Tweedmount Road Melrose by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is A great deal of research has gone into this article on a house from when the land was bought to when it was last sold. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Medals, there are the following articles: Granddad's Medals by David Rudram, a synopsis is A description of the campaign medals awarded to servicemen and women in WWI. The medal records are often the only record of a forebears service in the army during that conflict. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Medical Assistance, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 2 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses wages of artisans, workers’ household budget, unemployment, poor relief, and medical assistance. Continued from issue 44, and in issue 46. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Medical Staff, there are the following articles: World War 1 Medical Records by Peter Munro, a synopsis is How to access information of doctors and other medical staff who served during World War 1 and what information might be available. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Medicine, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by , a synopsis is Part 1 of an account of George Henderson of Chirnside, a medical doctor, who also found time for his interests in local history and customs, botany and poetry. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Meek, there are the following articles: Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Megget, there are the following articles: Lyne , Megget and Manor Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some notes on the CD of Monumental Inscriptions and other records of Lyne, Megget and Manor published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Meikledale, there are the following articles: A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Melbourne, there are the following articles: Adam moves to the Borders by Helen M. Booth, a synopsis is Adam Brown bought a small plot of land in West Linton in 1839 after which he emigrated to Australia with seven of his nine children-this story covers their history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Journey to Australia by Dr J. B. Sproule, a synopsis is The vivid descriptions of life at sea recorded in James Stewart's diary will be of interest to all of us whose ancestors left these shores in the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Mellerstain, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Melrose, there are the following articles: Langshaw Mill Decree of 1608 by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Extract Decree relating to Langshaw Mill. The Decree is interesting for genealogists because of the very considerable number of people mentioned in it. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 59;
Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
A 'Scot' Moves to South Africa by Tony Little, a synopsis is Biography of Archibald Little, born Melrose, 11th Jan 1829, died 13 Dec 1921, Johannesburg. Brief notes on his occupations, and service in the Basuto War. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44;
Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Dingleton Hospital, Melrose by , a synopsis is Some notes on Dingleton Hospital, Melrose and how to access information of those having a connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89;
Blind Jamie Donaldson by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is Account of James Donaldson, whose tombstone is in Melrose Abbey churchyard. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Melrose Apprenticeships by Vivienne Dunstan, a synopsis is A report on the compilation by Society member Dr. Vivienne Dunstan on masters and apprentices in Melrose Parish between 1743 and 1804. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 83;
Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
A Berwickshire Schoolmaster by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is Jean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
My dig into the past by A. Turner, a synopsis is Peebleshire family and from other parts of the Borders, an interesting tale. Also history of various bridges over the Tweed. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Memorials to the late Rev Thomas Williamson by , a synopsis is Detail of a book on the Rev Thomas Williamson. minister of Melrose Secession Church for 30 years. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 90;
The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
McKenzie's around the River Ale by W E McKenzie, a synopsis is An account of McKenzies in and around the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
The Cairncross family - an example of a 16th-17th century family of feuars by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society on 18th September 2005 titled 'Cairncross, a Border Family'. Outline of a typical noted old family in the Lauderdale/Melrose/Galashiels district, with descriptions of some of the local areas and ownership. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 59;
William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
The Boston Family of Gattonside by M.C.Lawson, a synopsis is A tale of hand loom weavers from Gattonside who decided to visit a sister in Canada. How they eventually decided to emigrate over to Canada and they walked from New York to Upper Canada. Most of the family are buried in Melrose Church Yard. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11;
Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Melrose Secession Church, there are the following articles: Memorials to the late Rev Thomas Williamson by , a synopsis is Detail of a book on the Rev Thomas Williamson. minister of Melrose Secession Church for 30 years. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Memorial Inscriptions, there are the following articles: Minto Memorial Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some notes on the Minto Memorial Inscriptions published by the Society on CD. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 77;
Border Names by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A note of the most common names in the Borders extracted from the Society's transcription of Memorial Inscriptions, It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Memories, there are the following articles: Scottish Borders Memory Bank Website by , a synopsis is Brief note about the launch of the website and its contents. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Menin Gate, there are the following articles: 100 year Belgian connection to the Borders by Esther Davies, a synopsis is The story of a Belgian lady who every evening attended the memorial ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres and her Borders connection. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Mennim, there are the following articles: Mennims of Norham by A.M.Mennim, a synopsis is The history of Norham, its castle, and how it got its name. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Mennon, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Ayton History Society by , a synopsis is Note on a booklet 'The History of Ayton and other personal Recollections published by Ayton History Society; includes extracts from the work of T Ramsay Turner, an account by an unknown author entitled 'Happy Childhood Reminiscences of 1876' and some works by the local poet Robert Mennon. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
The Ayton Bard Robert Mennon 1797-1885 by Michael Mennon, a synopsis is This is a two part article abridged from the book of the title written by A. Michael Mennim. A copy of the complete book together with maps, photgraphs and poems is in Scottish Borders Council Library Headquartors with a family tree. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Menzies, there are the following articles: Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic merchants, there are the following articles: The Scots in Poland by Mona K. McLeod, a synopsis is The story of Scottish emigration to Poland as merchant's, engineers and farm managers. The parents of the author's mother came back to Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Merk, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Merlet, there are the following articles: Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Helen Home of Broomhouse by , a synopsis is Notification that copies of the letters from James Home of Broomhouse, captain of marines with the Mediterranean fleet during the Napoleonic Wars written to his sister Helen have been donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Mermaid, there are the following articles: Douglas of Springwood Park by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The name Douglas would run fear into many Englishmen. This distinguished Border family and its history It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Mexico, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Michigan, there are the following articles: From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Middleburg, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth Century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The Burgesses, and how they looked after Selkirk. The privileges that they gave themselves. Continued in issue 26. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Middlemiss, there are the following articles: With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Middlemist, there are the following articles: Old Emigrant’s Diaries by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Extract from diary of Margaret Charteris, wife of Thomas Hinshelwood, emigrant from Jedburgh, ship ‘Nebo’, to Queensland, in 1883. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Midlem, there are the following articles: CD Review - Bowden Monumental Inscriptions by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Review of the content of this publication, and suggestions of other useful publications. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Midside Maggie Midside Maggie, there are the following articles: Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Military Records, there are the following articles: Berwickshire Fencible Cavalry by , a synopsis is Details of military discharge records during and following the Napoleonic Wars (1814-1835) which may be of interest to those researching their ancestors. An interesting mix of Bordermen and those from south of the Border. These records are from the National Archives at Kew. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Mill, there are the following articles: Langshaw Mill Decree of 1608 by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Extract Decree relating to Langshaw Mill. The Decree is interesting for genealogists because of the very considerable number of people mentioned in it. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 59.
For the topic Millar, there are the following articles: Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
In the hands of the Turk by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is The story of a collection to pay a ransom of a man who fell into the hands of a Turk. This is as told in the Register of the Privy Council for the year 1677. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Miller, there are the following articles: Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63;
m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
The Miller Family of Hawick, Scotland and Delaware County, New York by C. Raymond La Fever, a synopsis is This Miller family who emigrated from Hawick or Roberton-they set up a farm in the Catskill mountains of New York. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Australian Deaths Recorded in the Hawick Advertiser 1854-1873 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of people from Hawick who died in or on the way to Australia. Very comprehensive. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
The Jessie Miller story by Mike Bucher, a synopsis is A mystery regarding the parentage of Jessie Miller born in 1793 at Coldstream - her marriage to a Robert Scott who was later convicted for murder and questions about the number of her own family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
A Denholm Family And My Border Memories by Jean Kelly, a synopsis is A journey through time in Denholm. From Post office, Lord Minto and his new bride to preserves cooking on the range in Meg Purness' draper's shop. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Mills, there are the following articles: Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Milne-Graden, there are the following articles: The Milne-Graden papers by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the records at Paxton House particularly the domestic records. There are many references to the Home and Milne-Home servants by name from the 1780s to the early 20th. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Ministers, there are the following articles: A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Minnydow, there are the following articles: From Hawick to Kirkpatrick-Durham by way of Moscow by Linda M Chapman, a synopsis is Notes of Grieves of Kirkpatrick-Durham in Kirkcudbrightshire, who were descendants of Walter Grieve of Branxholm Park, most of whom were farmers, but also included two eminent doctors who were physicians to the Russian court in the 18th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Minto, there are the following articles: Minto Memorial Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some notes on the Minto Memorial Inscriptions published by the Society on CD. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 77;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
One of the many Brown Families by I.M. Brown, a synopsis is A family tree of Browns in Galashiels, Selkirk areas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The War Memorial at Minto by Roger J Owen by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on the book 'The War Memorial at Minto' by Roger J Owen. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
A Denholm Family And My Border Memories by Jean Kelly, a synopsis is A journey through time in Denholm. From Post office, Lord Minto and his new bride to preserves cooking on the range in Meg Purness' draper's shop. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
The Parish of Langlands by Michael Langlands, a synopsis is The parish of Langlands and the history of old leper hospital at Rutherford. Also the history of Langton that was absorbed into Wilton. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Mitchell, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Ontario Genealogical Society summer camp by D. C. Jeffrey, a synopsis is Where to research in Ontario for your Canadian cousins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Mitchell-Innes, there are the following articles: Memories of Ayton by Patricia Payne, a synopsis is Mrs Patricia Payne was so interested in the articles on 'The Ayton Bard' that she felt the need to record some of her memories of Ayton before all was forgotten. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Mitchells, there are the following articles: Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Mithag, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Moffat, there are the following articles: Moffat Great-Grandparents by David W Kennedy, a synopsis is About the author's farming great grandfather, John Moffat. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Whitsome to West Sparta by Elizabeth Doley, a synopsis is The story of Christopher Moffat and his wife Agnes Common who emigrated to Canada aboard the John Bright in 1856, some earlier history, the reason for their emigration, an account of the voyage and their subsequent life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7;
15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Old Uncle by Margery V. Turnbull, a synopsis is Brief biopic about Alexander Virtue, sometime schoolmaster at Nenthorn. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Moffatt, there are the following articles: William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Moffet, there are the following articles: The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Moir, there are the following articles: Donation to Society Archive by , a synopsis is An acknowledgement of the donation to the Society of the book ' John Wood (blacksmith) - from Scotland to Rawdon N.S. in 1815 and his Descendants'. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Mole Catchers, there are the following articles: The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Molle, there are the following articles: A Sassenach Searches for his Scottish Ancestry by George Heaviside, a synopsis is How the family name may have originated. Possible connections with Kelso. The Reiver Connections An interesting historical tale. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Monasteries, there are the following articles: The Parish Churches Of Berwickshire by G A C Binnie, a synopsis is A talk by the author given to the Society on 22nd March, 1998. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51.
For the topic Moncreiff, there are the following articles: Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Money, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Mons, there are the following articles: After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Monteath, there are the following articles: The Monteath Mausoleum by John D Wood/ David Freeman, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Monteath Mausoleum near St Boswells and moves to conserve. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Montgomery, there are the following articles: Death duty register by , a synopsis is Extracts from the death duty registers (seen at the public record office, Chancery Lane, London). Relating to Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Montieth Mausoleum, there are the following articles: The Barons Folly by John D. Wood, a synopsis is The Barons Folly at Lilliards Edge. Built by Sir John Rutherford of Edgerston. He was a Russian Baron. It was as a banker he first made his mark and connections with the Russian navy, he made his fortune. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Montose, there are the following articles: In the hands of the Turk by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is The story of a collection to pay a ransom of a man who fell into the hands of a Turk. This is as told in the Register of the Privy Council for the year 1677. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Montreal, there are the following articles: Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13;
The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Monumental, there are the following articles: Recording Monumental Inscriptions by John Durham, a synopsis is How to record inscriptions on gravestones. Method used by Highland Family History Society to compile inscriprions for genealogical reference. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Monumental Inscriptions, there are the following articles: Stow Monumental Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some information on the forthcoming publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with reference to various documents pertaining to Stow in the National Archives of Scotland with some interesting extracts. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Transcribing the Stones by , a synopsis is Notes on the publication of the monumental inscriptions at Heatheryett, Galashiels with some notes on the history of Galashiels Parish and the first Church at Lindean burial place of the second wife of John Knox. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Stow of Wedale by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An announcement of the publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with details of all names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Abbey St Bathans, Cranshaws and Longformacus by , a synopsis is A brief description of 3 neighbouring parishes and the records available. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Coldingham Monumental Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is A report of the Society's publication on CD. of the Monumental Inscriptions in Coldingham Priory with some additional information. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Revised and improved edition of Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard and St. Andrews Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Notes on the improved version of our Memorial Inscriptions covering Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard Kelso and St. Andrews. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76;
Lyne , Megget and Manor Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some notes on the CD of Monumental Inscriptions and other records of Lyne, Megget and Manor published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some background on the CD of Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
New Society Publication Edrom by , a synopsis is An account of the publication by the Society of the Edrom Monumental Inscriptions etc. also some background on the parish and persons associated. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
CD Review - Bowden Monumental Inscriptions by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Review of the content of this publication, and suggestions of other useful publications. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Moor, there are the following articles: Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Moore, there are the following articles: Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Mordington, there are the following articles: A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
The Chisholm Highland Connection by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The story of the Chisholm family, their involvement in medieval wars and their move from the Borders to the Highlands. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Mordinton, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Morebattle, there are the following articles: Morebattle St Lawrence Church Death Register by Transcribed by Jean Sanderson, a synopsis is Transcription of the death register (1848-1862) from Morebattle St Lawrence Church. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
George Hope 1814-1884 by Alistair Hope, a synopsis is The story of George Hope 1814-1884 born in Morebattle who with his family emigrated to Australia, their struggles and achievements in Australia including their experiences of the 'Goldrush' and an account of their return visit to Morebattle 38 years later. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Know your Parish--Hounam by , a synopsis is The history of Hounam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 16;
More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Know your Parish--Morebattle by Elespeth Ewan, a synopsis is A history of Morebattle Parish and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Morgan, there are the following articles: A light-hearted tale--Epitaphs by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is We will never know what is written on our headstone, this article it gives you some ideas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh by Joan Ferguson, a synopsis is Extracts from a talk given by Joan Ferguson on the Royal College of Physicians from 1681 right through the years. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Morley, there are the following articles: Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Mormons, there are the following articles: The Genealogical Society of Utah by Mr Rogers, a synopsis is The history, and the Mormons with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Society has grown to be the largest family history reseach organisation and resource in the world. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Morrison, there are the following articles: The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Morrison & Co, there are the following articles: Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Forgotten Borders Andrew Cocburn 1871- 1955 by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Born Kelso 1871 of a Blacksmith. Second engineer on the Lusitania,he also had two terms on the Mauretania . It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Morsafes, there are the following articles: History in the Graveyard by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is Body snatching in the Borders and how it was fought. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Mortcloth, there are the following articles: The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53.
For the topic Mortcloth records, there are the following articles: Coldingham mortcloth records by Vivienne S. Dunstan, a synopsis is The mortcloth records are fascinating as they list every occasion when a mortcloth was hired out for a burial. This covers the Coldingham mortcloth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Mortcloths, there are the following articles: Death is for the Living by Anne Gordon, a synopsis is Second part of the talk given to the Society on 15th September 2002. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52.
For the topic Moscrip, there are the following articles: Death in the Borders: 19th Century Border Murder Cases by Norrie McLeish .(Review by Hugh K. Mackay), a synopsis is This is the review of a book by Norrie McLeish, Border Murder Cases with a great deal of research that has gone into this volume. Gypsies, Landlords, and farm workers. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Moscript, there are the following articles: A Remarkable Coincidence by Mike Brydon, a synopsis is Anecdote of a visit to the Society's library. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Mosside, there are the following articles: A Rutherfurd family by James Selkirk, a synopsis is Notes on the name Rutherfurd taken from the book 'Rutherfurds of that Ilk'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Mossilee, there are the following articles: The Search for Robert Scott by Robin Scott, a synopsis is An account of the author's search for more information on his ancestor, Robert Scott, a teacher in South Africa who died in 1892 and his success in tracing his ancestry back to Selkirkshire. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Mossman, there are the following articles: A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Mounsey, there are the following articles: From Hawick to Kirkpatrick-Durham by way of Moscow by Linda M Chapman, a synopsis is Notes of Grieves of Kirkpatrick-Durham in Kirkcudbrightshire, who were descendants of Walter Grieve of Branxholm Park, most of whom were farmers, but also included two eminent doctors who were physicians to the Russian court in the 18th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic Moysen, there are the following articles: Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Muir, there are the following articles: Wisdom lingers: Adventures of an ex-officer by Stanly Gordon Ayer, a synopsis is From 1908 the Territorial movement through the First World War. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Mungo, there are the following articles: Border Influences on the Dark Continent by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Borderers who played a part in the exploration and settlement of Africa. Mungo Park, Thomas Pringle, John Leyden. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
A Six Year Family History Investigation by Andrew Brown, a synopsis is Absorbing account of James Drummond, botanist, born at Hawthornden (near Lasswade), and Thomas Drummond (also a botanist). It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Mungo Noble, there are the following articles: Who was Little Arthur Foster? Elliots at court 1675-1682 by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border Reivers Court sittings in the 1600's. How Cautioners upheld the Law.Also in 5 pages in issue 30 covering the same subject. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Mungo Park, there are the following articles: Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Munro, there are the following articles: School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
Executions don't come cheap by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the hanging at Fans, Earlston of Robert Scott for the murder of two companions on their returning from a fair in the Town and the costs involved in the execution. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Murder, there are the following articles: Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Murders, there are the following articles: The Jessie Miller story by Mike Bucher, a synopsis is A mystery regarding the parentage of Jessie Miller born in 1793 at Coldstream - her marriage to a Robert Scott who was later convicted for murder and questions about the number of her own family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Executions don't come cheap by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the hanging at Fans, Earlston of Robert Scott for the murder of two companions on their returning from a fair in the Town and the costs involved in the execution. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Murdoch, there are the following articles: James Paris Lee 1831--1904 His Rifles reigned supreme by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Born in Hawick, the very man who designed the Lee Enfield Rifle, emigrated to Canada, The Percussion Cap, a development by Rev Alexander Forsyth. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Murray, there are the following articles: The Flowers of the Forest--Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The Fletcher brothers from Selkirk and were they at Flodden? Probably. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Records of a Noble Life - Rev Archibald William Murray 1811 to 1892 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Born in Jedburgh, he was a missionary to Samoa and New Guinea, afterwards living in Australia till his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
Galashiels Murrays in New South Wales by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is Murrays first came to the fore in Eccles, follow them through generations. There is also a very touching letter in the article. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is For anyone with a Renton in the family this is very interesting with full name, where, and the date they were born, and more. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Border Influences on the Dark Continent by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Borderers who played a part in the exploration and settlement of Africa. Mungo Park, Thomas Pringle, John Leyden. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Death duty register by , a synopsis is Extracts from the death duty registers (seen at the public record office, Chancery Lane, London). Relating to Wills proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
James Augustus Henry Murray (1837-1915) by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is Biography of James Murray, a linguist, philologist, teacher. He was one of the founders of the Oxford English dictionary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
"My Great Grandfather died at sea" by Bill Murray, a synopsis is A ships Master from Irvine in Ayrshire. How Bill researched the history of a remarkable seaman. 'One of his best'. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Shillinglaw Walls by Jean Shillinglaw Ridley, a synopsis is Shillinglaw Tower not far from Traquair it is not only a heap of stones - an interesting tale. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
Hawick Characters by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Names and dates of death of a number of the persons mentioned in the book 'Hawick Characters' by Robert Murray published in 1910. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Langshaw Mill Decree of 1608 by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Extract Decree relating to Langshaw Mill. The Decree is interesting for genealogists because of the very considerable number of people mentioned in it. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 59;
Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Some Purves families in Duns Berwickshire by Mrs. Evelyn Carlson, a synopsis is A well known Berwickshire name Purves, a family from Duns in 1634 and his heirs. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
A Lad o' Pairts- George Watson (1876 -1950) by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life of George Watson (1876-1950) born in Jedburgh, linguist and etymologist who worked on the Oxford New English Dictionary before emigrating to United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Murthering, there are the following articles: An act anent murthering of children by Margaret Steele, a synopsis is Act of Assembly May 26th 1762 for reading the 21st Act of Parliament of the second session of parliament of King William and Queen Mary dated July 19th 1690 about murdering of children. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Musgrave, there are the following articles: Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Music Hall, there are the following articles: A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Mustards, there are the following articles: Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Myles, there are the following articles: Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic N. Robertson, there are the following articles: Fairbairn by kind permission of Kelso Museum, a synopsis is A modern day manipulator who could be better than a Doctor for pains. Got Rugby players who got hurt at the weekend and she would fix them up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Naesmiths, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Nantes, there are the following articles: A forgotten village-Huguenot refugees at Polwarth by Colin Wood, a synopsis is The story of the Huguenot refugees who landed at Berwick on Tweed and travelling inland alighted on this secluded spot to settle there, is known, perhaps only by their descendants. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Napoleonic Wars, there are the following articles: Helen Home of Broomhouse by , a synopsis is Notification that copies of the letters from James Home of Broomhouse, captain of marines with the Mediterranean fleet during the Napoleonic Wars written to his sister Helen have been donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Waterloo and Beyond by Kenneth McLean, a synopsis is Some notes by the author on his attempt to find gravestones and memorials to those who died in the Napoleonic Wars. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Berwickshire Fencible Cavalry by , a synopsis is Details of military discharge records during and following the Napoleonic Wars (1814-1835) which may be of interest to those researching their ancestors. An interesting mix of Bordermen and those from south of the Border. These records are from the National Archives at Kew. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic National Archives, there are the following articles: Berwickshire Fencible Cavalry by , a synopsis is Details of military discharge records during and following the Napoleonic Wars (1814-1835) which may be of interest to those researching their ancestors. An interesting mix of Bordermen and those from south of the Border. These records are from the National Archives at Kew. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic National Archives of Scotland, there are the following articles: Stow Monumental Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some information on the forthcoming publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with reference to various documents pertaining to Stow in the National Archives of Scotland with some interesting extracts. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic National Library of Scotland, there are the following articles: Maps as historical sources by Laragh Quinney, a synopsis is A history of map making in Scotland and some indication as to what maps are available within the National Library of Scotland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic National Map Library, there are the following articles: National Map Library of Scotland by , a synopsis is Some details of map accessibility of the website of the National Map Library of Scotland. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic National Trust for Scotland, there are the following articles: Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Naughley, there are the following articles: The Reverand Alexander Naughley by Eddie Wren, a synopsis is A very interesting account of a Parish Clergyman from Stow to Threlkeld and his life story. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Needpath, there are the following articles: The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Neidpath Castle, there are the following articles: Know your parish -Peebles by Jean Moffat, a synopsis is Arms of the Burgh Chartes. Families. Fairs, Transport A good history of the town and tale or two. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Links with old Peebles Families by Rena Stewart, a synopsis is A investigating search into old Peebles families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Neil, there are the following articles: Gravestone Photos by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A note on a facility provided by the Society to photograph individual gravestones, a report on one such request for a photograph of a stone to the Rev. Gilmour Neil in Drumelzier and a note on his experiences in World War 1 and how he sought to find " a little Parish, a thousand miles from anywhere". It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Nenthorn, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Old Uncle by Margery V. Turnbull, a synopsis is Brief biopic about Alexander Virtue, sometime schoolmaster at Nenthorn. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 20;
Kelso Mail August 30th. 1824 by , a synopsis is Transcription of an ancient gravestone dug up at Nenthorn to one Alexander Stensone who died 1606. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Nesbit, there are the following articles: The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Nesbit boat house, there are the following articles: Thistle and Shamrock by John L. Alton, a synopsis is A very well researched article on family history covering Rutherford, Brown, Atkin, and more. The Irish connection would make it very difficult. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Ness, there are the following articles: Berwick-upon-Tweed Twixt Thistle and Rose-A Family Historian's Nightmare by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Locations and types of marriages in and on the Border. Types of sources, also Parish Registers for 18th and 19th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Nether Horsbrugh, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Netherby Hall, there are the following articles: An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Netherbyres, there are the following articles: Memories of Ayton by Patricia Payne, a synopsis is Mrs Patricia Payne was so interested in the articles on 'The Ayton Bard' that she felt the need to record some of her memories of Ayton before all was forgotten. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic New Brunswick, there are the following articles: Kennington/Cowe Family History. Part 2 - Emigration to New Brunswick 1837 - James Cowe & Isabella Donaldson by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Details of the lives of further branches of the Cowe family including one that emigrated to New Brunswick. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Migration From Glendale To New Brunswick, Canada by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is Account of the families who migrated from Berwick-upon-Tweed to New Brunswick, Canada, and the hazards they faced. Includes a list of families with Glendale or Border origins were granted land. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic New Guinea, there are the following articles: Records of a Noble Life - Rev Archibald William Murray 1811 to 1892 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Born in Jedburgh, he was a missionary to Samoa and New Guinea, afterwards living in Australia till his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic New York, there are the following articles: m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Cadwallader Colden by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Cawallader Colden, born in Duns who went on to become the last Colonial Governor of New York State and whose image was burnt in effigy by the mob. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
The Boston Family of Gattonside by M.C.Lawson, a synopsis is A tale of hand loom weavers from Gattonside who decided to visit a sister in Canada. How they eventually decided to emigrate over to Canada and they walked from New York to Upper Canada. Most of the family are buried in Melrose Church Yard. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic New Zealand, there are the following articles: The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
New Zealand Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Deaths 1860-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths 1860-1900, in New Zealand of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
New Zealand Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1861-1896 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages, 1861-1896, in New Zealand of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
Innerleithen's All-Black by Esther Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how researching her Dickson line from Innerleithen, she traced an unknown descendant who had emigrated to New Zealand and played rugby for the 'All Blacks'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
The Haliburtens of Sprouston by D.N. Haliburton, a synopsis is Origins of the Haliburtons; William who had 12 children and their emigration to New Zealand. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Newbie, there are the following articles: The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Newcasleton, there are the following articles: After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Newcastleton, there are the following articles: The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Sidelines on the Borders Railway by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Nowadays, the only railway line in the Borders is the main east coast line in Berwickshire. Lady Gibson has discovered, however, that the history of the railways has plenty of interest for family historians. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Newfoundland, there are the following articles: Rev. John Baird (1799-1861)--Friend of the Gypsies by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is John Baird was Minister at Kirk Yetholm. He was responsible for the new bridge , rebuilding the Kirk and School. He also educated the Gypsies and brought them into the community. was a founder member of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Newlands, there are the following articles: Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Newspaper Archives, there are the following articles: Newspaper Archives by , a synopsis is A note on the availability of newspaper archives on line. It is long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Newspapers, there are the following articles: Newspaper Archives by , a synopsis is A note on the availability of newspaper archives on line. It is long. It's in issue no 79;
On-line Index to Digitalised newspapers by , a synopsis is A detail of some of the newspapers which have been digitised and are accessible on line. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Newstead, there are the following articles: Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Newton, there are the following articles: Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Newton Stewart, there are the following articles: From Coldstream to Canada by James Burns, a synopsis is The Galbraith history from Coldstream to Toronto University. A comprehensive account of the Galbraiths. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Newtown St Boswells, there are the following articles: A View of Newtown St Boswells 1840-1920 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A review of the book 'Newtown St. Boswells 1840 to 1920' by J.D. Smith. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Nichol, there are the following articles: The poor, crime and punishment,and the power of the Kirk in the Borders, 17th & 18th Centuries by M. C. Lawson, a synopsis is When paupers died, the contents of their houses were sold by public roup. This is an account of one sale and the strength of the Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Inheritances and Family History by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A short article on the inheritance of a pair of silver sugar tongs which had originally belonged to Walter Laing Wilson and his wife Janet Nichol of Ancrum. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78;
A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Nicol, there are the following articles: The Dimma and Dickson Families of the Borders Region, Scotland by Thomas Dimma Minster, a synopsis is The Dimma family from Eckford, who they married, and where they settled in Ontario. This is a well researched article into a old Border family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Nicoll, there are the following articles: Stoddart by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Margaret Stoddart, born 1831, and her very interesting history. From stot-herd,one who tended cattle 1376. Earliest mention in Douglas Barony of Buittle. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Nine Stane Rig, there are the following articles: Hermitage - Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of Hermitage castle and its occupants. Continued in issue 14. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Hermitage---Grim Guardian of the Borders- by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is The history of Hermitage Castle and its inhabitants from 1207 right through. Continued in issue 11. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Nisbet, there are the following articles: Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
The Aytons of Ayton by James Eaton, a synopsis is The parish of Ayton from the Norman family De Vesci who changed their name to Ayton to a history of the village. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17.
For the topic Nixson, there are the following articles: Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Norham, there are the following articles: Piper Laidlaw Memorial by , a synopsis is Notes on a ceremony to mark the 100th. Anniversary of the events during the Battle of Loos leading to the awarding of the Victoria Cross to Piper Daniel Laidlaw. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Mennims of Norham by A.M.Mennim, a synopsis is The history of Norham, its castle, and how it got its name. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic North Berwick Churchyard, there are the following articles: Scottish Covenanter Memorials Association by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Note on the renovation by the Scottish Covenanter Memorials Association of stone in North Berwick Churchyard to the Rev John Blackadder and his Borders connections. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic North British Railway, there are the following articles: Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic North Northumberland, there are the following articles: Coldstream History Society by , a synopsis is A note on a project recently undertaken by the Society including the transcription of the graveyard at Lennel Cemetery, Coldstream and also a project to record detailed genealogical information of all names appearing on War Memorials in Berwickshire and North Northumberland. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic North West Passage, there are the following articles: The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Northumberland, there are the following articles: The Alternative Relationship by Mrs H. Crammond, a synopsis is The Alternative Relationship and how it can be used. Also an interesting research into the Cavers and Cammond families. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
The Breadford Family Search by Bill Bradford, a synopsis is A tale of family that moved from Northumberland to Berwickshire. All were farm servants some labourers some farm stewards. There are irregular marriages, name changes and a possible pioneering birth using chloroform. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
William Lewins 1785-1848 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of William Lewins' life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This article, reprinted by permission of Northumberland and Durham FHS, is a list of persons in communion rolls, who had moved from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Harvey Settlers Reunion by Ian Herbert, a synopsis is This was the evening address to the reunion, about why they were in the Borders and Northumberland, and about the author's Australian cousins. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
James Ferguson Schoolmaster, 1814-1894 by J Ferguson, a synopsis is How the memory of a clock led the author to research this ancestor. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Nova Scotia, there are the following articles: Recording the Jardines - A one-name study by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is 17 years of research of the Jardine Clan Society. A history of the Clan and the worldwide story of the Jardines. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Nuriootpa, there are the following articles: William Coulthard: Emigrant to South Australia by Alfred J. Coultherd, a synopsis is Captain A. J. Coultherd has sent a moving account of an intrepid explorer who moved to Australia in 1836. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Ogilvie, there are the following articles: Will H. Ogilvie - A Border Poet by , a synopsis is Brief notes on Will Ogilvie and the cairn to him. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Old Churchyard, there are the following articles: Revised and improved edition of Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard and St. Andrews Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Notes on the improved version of our Memorial Inscriptions covering Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard Kelso and St. Andrews. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Oldham, there are the following articles: Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Oliver, there are the following articles: Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1;
Nostalgic Memories by Sandra Devlin, a synopsis is Sandra Devlin of Queensland sent a copy of a letter written in Langholm in 1934 by T. Ritchie to his cousin, Dr. T. Oliver. An abridged version is printed in this volume. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41;
The Olivers of Jed Valley by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A History of the Olivers of the Jed Valley tracing their history from the earliest of times with reference to some of the more famous and infamous. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
From the Scottish Borders to South Australia by Ruth Oliver, a synopsis is An account of the lives of William Oliver his wife Elizabeth Turnbull who were married at Jedburgh in1833 who emigrated to South Australia, their family and subsequent life, Contains much genealogy and notes on the Oliver DNA project. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
A Sassenach Searches for his Scottish Ancestry by George Heaviside, a synopsis is How the family name may have originated. Possible connections with Kelso. The Reiver Connections An interesting historical tale. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Notes on the Ancestry of the Ettrick Shepherd by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is James Hogg (1770-1835) where he and his ancestors lived in the Borders, also who they married. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Ontario, there are the following articles: Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63;
The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Ontario Genealogical Society summer camp by D. C. Jeffrey, a synopsis is Where to research in Ontario for your Canadian cousins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
At The Beginning by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is A tale of one mans delve into family history from the U.K. to Canada and beyond. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Ord, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
The People of the Lammermuirs by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Detailed history of the Lammermuirs from Celtic times to the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Orde, there are the following articles: Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Ormistane, there are the following articles: Will of Gibbie Hatley of Gattonside 1547 by , a synopsis is Details of an interesting legacy to the Edinburgh Hangman. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Ormiston, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43;
Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Ovens, there are the following articles: Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Over Common, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Overhaugh Street, there are the following articles: New Premises by , a synopsis is An account of the opening of the Society's new premises at 52 Overhaugh Street, Galashiels. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Premises Report by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Report on proposed works to the Society's new premises in Overhaugh Street Galashiels. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
New Premises - 52 Overhaugh Street by , a synopsis is An announcement of the opening of the Society's new premises. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Oxford, there are the following articles: James Augustus Henry Murray (1837-1915) by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is Biography of James Murray, a linguist, philologist, teacher. He was one of the founders of the Oxford English dictionary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Oxford English dictionary, there are the following articles: James Augustus Henry Murray (1837-1915) by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is Biography of James Murray, a linguist, philologist, teacher. He was one of the founders of the Oxford English dictionary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Oxfordshire, there are the following articles: On John Buchan's grave by David Weekes, a synopsis is An account of a small volume by David Weekes on his search to interpret the Latin and Greek text on the grave of John Buchan in Elsfield Church, Oxfordshire. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Oxton, there are the following articles: Following in the Footsteps of Robert Redpath. by Irene J Redpath, a synopsis is The story of one man's journey to mine gold in Australia. There is reference to two diaries kept by other men on the voyage from Glasgow to Townsville, Queensland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Pace, there are the following articles: Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Pae, there are the following articles: Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Paisley, there are the following articles: An Unexpected Homecoming by David Rudram, a synopsis is An Englishman migrates to the Borders when Riddell House changes hands. He marries a local lass with links to Innerleithen. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Accidents and Disasters in Scotland in the 19th Century by William P Cross, a synopsis is A list of major disasters in Scotland from 1801 to 1849. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Palestine, there are the following articles: After Gallipoli by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is After Gallipoli was written as a sequel to "For King and Country" and the Scottish Borderers and continues the story of the 1/4 th (Border) Battalion the Kings Own Scottish Borderers. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21;
K.O.S.B. Memories by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is This is a look at the talk given by Gavin Richardson, who must be the best informed on the first world war and Gallipoli. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Palmer, there are the following articles: World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Palsey, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Parachute Regiment, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Park, there are the following articles: Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Parker, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Passengers, there are the following articles: Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Paston, there are the following articles: Bible Reunited by David Kennedy, a synopsis is A report on the tracking down of a family Bible which had originally belonged to Thomas Curry of Paston, North Northumberland. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Paterson, there are the following articles: Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Australian Deaths Recorded in the Hawick Advertiser 1854-1873 by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is A list of people from Hawick who died in or on the way to Australia. Very comprehensive. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Pathfinder, there are the following articles: HMS Pathfinder by , a synopsis is An account of the sinking in 1914 of HMS Pathfinder off St. Abb's Head, Berwickshire viewed by Aldous Huxley. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Paton, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Patrick Hume, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Patrick Pens, there are the following articles: Hermitage--Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Lord Soulis and how he came to his rather barbaric death. It follows the history of Hermitage through the years. Very interesting. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Patrick Sanderson, there are the following articles: Links with old Peebles Families by Rena Stewart, a synopsis is A investigating search into old Peebles families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Patterson, there are the following articles: Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Cockburns face to face by Anne Cockburn, a synopsis is Cockburns and their likeness seems to have been the great asset of this family. From 1650 onwards this family have a interesting history. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is For anyone with a Renton in the family this is very interesting with full name, where, and the date they were born, and more. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Pauper, there are the following articles: The poor, crime and punishment,and the power of the Kirk in the Borders, 17th & 18th Centuries by M. C. Lawson, a synopsis is When paupers died, the contents of their houses were sold by public roup. This is an account of one sale and the strength of the Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Paxton, there are the following articles: Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is For anyone with a Renton in the family this is very interesting with full name, where, and the date they were born, and more. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Servants Emerging from the Shadows by Chris Pawson, a synopsis is Notes on an exhibition and recording of records pertaining to staff and employees at Paxton House. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82;
The Milne-Graden papers by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the records at Paxton House particularly the domestic records. There are many references to the Home and Milne-Home servants by name from the 1780s to the early 20th. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79;
The Chisholm Highland Connection by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The story of the Chisholm family, their involvement in medieval wars and their move from the Borders to the Highlands. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
The Homes of Paxton House by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is A fascinating piece of Borders family history came to light when a 200 year-old Berwickshire mansion was gifted to the nation. Along with the history of the family of Home's. Love is a wondrous thing ! It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11;
Borders family origins by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border family origins, surname derivations, and various aspects of family history . It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
A walk around Foulden in the thirties and forties by Mrs. Jean Greenland, a synopsis is The following article was written by Jean Greenland for her granddaughters. She lived in the Manse at Foulden and traveled mostly on foot to all the surrounding area with her parents. Very good. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Paxton House, there are the following articles: Servants Emerging from the Shadows by Chris Pawson, a synopsis is Notes on an exhibition and recording of records pertaining to staff and employees at Paxton House. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82;
The Milne-Graden papers by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the records at Paxton House particularly the domestic records. There are many references to the Home and Milne-Home servants by name from the 1780s to the early 20th. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Peal, there are the following articles: The Search for Robert Scott by Robin Scott, a synopsis is An account of the author's search for more information on his ancestor, Robert Scott, a teacher in South Africa who died in 1892 and his success in tracing his ancestry back to Selkirkshire. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Pearson, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Peatson, there are the following articles: From Simprim Kirk session records 1705--A case of Drunkenness by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Drink was the downfall of two friends after a session in Coldstream in 1705. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Peddie, there are the following articles: The Monteath Mausoleum by John D Wood/ David Freeman, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Monteath Mausoleum near St Boswells and moves to conserve. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Scots in Antigua by Diana Pirrie, a synopsis is Note about St John's Cathedral, Antigua where the author found an splendid marble memorial for Robert Peddie, surgeon, native of Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic Peebles, there are the following articles: Newspapers published in the Borders by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is Border newspapers published in the Borders, 65 in total. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 5;
The Railways of Peebles by , a synopsis is Information on a new publication entitled 'The Railways of Peebles' which traces the competition between two railway companies to open a line to Peebles, the competing lines which were opened and their subsequent history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Restoration of Gravestone at Peebles - James Sloane by , a synopsis is An account of the restoration of a gravestone in the churchyard at Peebles of James Sloane who was rector of Peebles Grammar School between 1802 and 1843. Also extracts on James Sloane from a book 'Glimpses of Peebles and Forgotten Characters in its History' by Alexander Williamson published in 1895. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Recording the Jardines - A one-name study by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is 17 years of research of the Jardine Clan Society. A history of the Clan and the worldwide story of the Jardines. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
The Descendents of James Borrowman (1744-1813) by Philip r Borrowman, a synopsis is The history of the name Borrowman from Edinburgh down to Peebles and beyond, with a pedigree chart. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 17;
Peeblesshire's First Car by Gwen Stein, a synopsis is An account of Peeblesshire's first car built by Laurence Bell in a rented shed in Peebles and how from such humble beginnings developed the Scottish Motor Traction Company (SMT). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Forgotten Borderers by Jean M. Smith, a synopsis is James Grieve and his interesting contribution to the lowly apple. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Links with old Peebles Families by Rena Stewart, a synopsis is A investigating search into old Peebles families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12;
David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12;
Maps by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Brief notes about Borders maps available from the Society, and on the Internet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Peebleshire, there are the following articles: Maps by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Brief notes about Borders maps available from the Society, and on the Internet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Peeblesshire, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire's First Car by Gwen Stein, a synopsis is An account of Peeblesshire's first car built by Laurence Bell in a rented shed in Peebles and how from such humble beginnings developed the Scottish Motor Traction Company (SMT). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
The Peeblesshire Volunteers by , a synopsis is A review of a book written by Society member, Robert D Knox, on the history of the Peeblesshire Rifle Volunteers between 1860 and 1908. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Peeblesshire Rifle Volunteers, there are the following articles: The Peeblesshire Volunteers by , a synopsis is A review of a book written by Society member, Robert D Knox, on the history of the Peeblesshire Rifle Volunteers between 1860 and 1908. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Peel, there are the following articles: Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Peel Hospital - Galashiels Exhibition by Gwen Stein, Davina Smart and Margaret Bowers, a synopsis is An account of the exhibition on Peel Hospital staged by the Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Peel Hospital, there are the following articles: Peel Hospital - Galashiels Exhibition by Gwen Stein, Davina Smart and Margaret Bowers, a synopsis is An account of the exhibition on Peel Hospital staged by the Society. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Pefferlaw, there are the following articles: Brave Borderland by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Connections between the Borders and the Canadian state of Ontario, some poetry, and 2 buses. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Penang, there are the following articles: The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Peninsular Campaign, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Peninsular War, there are the following articles: Elspeth Ewan’s talk on Army Military History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Synopsis of talk. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Penn, there are the following articles: Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Pennyfeather, there are the following articles: Anderson Family Legend by Mrs. Steele, a synopsis is Three brothers shared their last sixpence at Kelso Fair and then parted company. How a lady searched for relatives. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Percival, there are the following articles: Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Perkins, there are the following articles: Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Perrie, there are the following articles: Canadian Strays by J. Hislop, a synopsis is Some discoveries of Lowland strays from Grey township, Ontario It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Perth, there are the following articles: They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Perthshire, there are the following articles: Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Phaup, there are the following articles: Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic photographer, there are the following articles: Glass Slides by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some information on a large collection of glass slides containing images taken in the 1940s to 1960s by Leslie Chappell photographer Duns, mostly relating to the town It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Photography, there are the following articles: Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Piper Laidlaw, there are the following articles: Anderson Family Legend by Mrs. Steele, a synopsis is Three brothers shared their last sixpence at Kelso Fair and then parted company. How a lady searched for relatives. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Pirne, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Pitcairne, there are the following articles: The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh by Joan Ferguson, a synopsis is Extracts from a talk given by Joan Ferguson on the Royal College of Physicians from 1681 right through the years. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Place Names, there are the following articles: Howes and Knowes by , a synopsis is Mention of a volume 'An introduction to Berwickshire Place Names' by Michael E Braithwaite. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Plummer, there are the following articles: A Lad o' Pairts- George Watson (1876 -1950) by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life of George Watson (1876-1950) born in Jedburgh, linguist and etymologist who worked on the Oxford New English Dictionary before emigrating to United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Police, there are the following articles: A Policeman's Lot by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is Article on the lie of Alexander Linton born in 1829 at Kirkhope who became a river bailiff and later a policemen in Caithness. Requirements for admission to the police force and some general background regarding a policeman's lot. Letter he returned to the Borders and had various positions; as a factory night watchman, as a stone dyke builder and was still employed as a stonebreaker at age 71. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Police Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is A note on success in tracing records of a James Scott of Maxton in the 1878 police records also some extracts from a book "orders, Regulations and instructions" issued by Roxburgh County Police in 1858. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
Police and Criminal Indexing Project by Elma Flaming, a synopsis is An update on the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Police Records, there are the following articles: Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
Police Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is A note on success in tracing records of a James Scott of Maxton in the 1878 police records also some extracts from a book "orders, Regulations and instructions" issued by Roxburgh County Police in 1858. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Policemen, there are the following articles: A Policeman's Lot by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is Article on the lie of Alexander Linton born in 1829 at Kirkhope who became a river bailiff and later a policemen in Caithness. Requirements for admission to the police force and some general background regarding a policeman's lot. Letter he returned to the Borders and had various positions; as a factory night watchman, as a stone dyke builder and was still employed as a stonebreaker at age 71. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Polmood, there are the following articles: The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
Know Your Parish - Tweedsmuir by Jean Moffatt, a synopsis is Hstory of the parish of Tweedsmuir, and notable people. Drawing of Polmood in ruins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Polwarth, there are the following articles: Know your Parish-Polwarth by , a synopsis is Description of the village of Polwarth, its history, the inhabitants, and their occupations. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Polwarth on the Green by Colin Wood, a synopsis is A history of Polwarth that was handed out by Colin Wood on the outing to Polwarth, Oct 1988. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8;
A forgotten village-Huguenot refugees at Polwarth by Colin Wood, a synopsis is The story of the Huguenot refugees who landed at Berwick on Tweed and travelling inland alighted on this secluded spot to settle there, is known, perhaps only by their descendants. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Poor, there are the following articles: Selkirk Poor Cases, 1844 by Peter Munro, a synopsis is 16 cases of Selkirk Poor from the Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Law (Scotland), 1844. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Poor House, there are the following articles: CD Review - Kelso Poor House and Ragged School by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Interesting review of the content of this much loved publication, and a bit on the social context of the Poor House and the Ragged School in Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Poor Houses, there are the following articles: Poor Borderers by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk given by the author about provision for the poor. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Poor Law, there are the following articles: Poor Borderers by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk given by the author about provision for the poor. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Kelso Dispensary and Castleton Poor Law Records by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some notes by the author on his publication on C.D. of Poor Law records instancing some of the information available and mentioning various diseases mentioned It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 1 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses the Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Law (Scotland), diet, and prices. Continued in issue 45. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Poor Law Cases, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 3 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses emigrants, and cites some poor law cases. Continued from issue 45. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Poor Relief, there are the following articles: Poor Relief in the 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Talk given at the Society’s Open Meeting on 16th September 2001, about how poor relief cases were determined, and how much they received in 1843 in Coldstream. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 2 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses wages of artisans, workers’ household budget, unemployment, poor relief, and medical assistance. Continued from issue 44, and in issue 46. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Poor Relief in the 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of the operation of the poor relief in the early 19th century. It includes the size of the allowances paid and an estimate of the cost of living at the time. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Hawick Hub by , a synopsis is An account with some background information on various records which have been transferred to Scottish Borders Archives at Hawick including and Kirk Session Records, Poor Relief records - some examples of content instanced It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Poorhouse, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic population, there are the following articles: An account of the number of people in Scotland in the year 1755 by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of a document held by the National Archive of Scotland giving details of the population, life expectancy and religious affiliation, It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Port Phillip, there are the following articles: The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Porter, there are the following articles: Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Portrey, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Postcards, there are the following articles: Every Post Card tells a story by Anne Golden, a synopsis is An article on the place of postcards in family history including a history of the postcard and the information which can be gleaned from them. The writer instances several examples of how postcards have enabled her to expand on her own family history research It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Potbury, there are the following articles: Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Potts, there are the following articles: More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Preacher, there are the following articles: The Scots in Poland by Mona K. McLeod, a synopsis is The story of Scottish emigration to Poland as merchant's, engineers and farm managers. The parents of the author's mother came back to Scotland at the beginning of the 20th century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Prentice, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Preston, there are the following articles: Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Some background on the CD of Bunkle and Preston Monumental Inscriptions published by the Society. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Pretoria, there are the following articles: With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Price, there are the following articles: The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53.
For the topic Prices, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 1 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses the Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Law (Scotland), diet, and prices. Continued in issue 45. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Priestfield, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Prigle, there are the following articles: From Simprim Kirk session records 1705--A case of Drunkenness by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Drink was the downfall of two friends after a session in Coldstream in 1705. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Primrose, there are the following articles: Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Primrose League, there are the following articles: Female Suffrage by "Titwillow" by John C. Gill, a synopsis is This article was first published in a family magazine produced and edited by his grandfather Robert Hogg who farmed at Fireburnmill Coldstream. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Pringle, there are the following articles: Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
Thomas Pringle, Writer, Poet and Anti-Slavery Campaigner by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Thomas Pringle born at Linton in 1789 who went on to become a respected poet an close acquaintance of Sir Walter Scott. He later emigrated to South Africa where he experiences many travails. The article recounts these experiences and how the family overcame many difficulties as early settlers. He founded a school and wrote a book on the state of the English settlers. He became a noted campaigner for human rights and came to be known as "the father of South African Poetry" It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
Torwoodlee Tower by James Pringle, a synopsis is Some history of Torwoodlee Tower, Galashiels and proposals to restore and renovate. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
Border Influences on the Dark Continent by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Borderers who played a part in the exploration and settlement of Africa. Mungo Park, Thomas Pringle, John Leyden. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Innerleithen Shops by , a synopsis is Information on the CD published by the Society on 'Innerleithen Shops' compiled by Bobby Richardson. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Thomas Pringle by Professor Charles Wait, a synopsis is A follow up from Professor Charles Wait in South Africa on the article on Thomas Pringle in the previous edition with photographs of a memorial church to Thomas Pringle, its history, some notes on his descendants and how he is remembered in South Africa. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Pringles by Alexander Watson/ Liz McGregor, a synopsis is A letter regarding the Pringles of Overhaugh Street, Galashiels and a Captain George Sharp Pringle, with response and follow-up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Pringles, there are the following articles: Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Printer, there are the following articles: Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Protocol books, there are the following articles: Selkirk Protocol Books. An amazing Discovery by , a synopsis is A hidden hoard of 16th and 17th century documents from Selkirk. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Proudfoot, there are the following articles: Who was Robert Proudfoot? by Chris Proudfoot, a synopsis is A look by the author at his Proudfoot ancestry and mysteries surrounding it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Prussia, there are the following articles: Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Purdie, there are the following articles: Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Purdom, there are the following articles: A Tale of Two Brothers and a Photographic Puzzle by Ben Haslam, a synopsis is A tale of and contrast between two brothers Robert (later Sir Robert) and William Laidlaw born in Bonchester Bridge; Sir Robert who set up a chain of multiples in India , known as 'The Selfridges of the East' and became a Member of Parliament and William who ran a grocery shop in Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Purness, there are the following articles: A Denholm Family And My Border Memories by Jean Kelly, a synopsis is A journey through time in Denholm. From Post office, Lord Minto and his new bride to preserves cooking on the range in Meg Purness' draper's shop. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Purves, there are the following articles: Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town by , a synopsis is Some notes on the book 'Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town' by James Denham. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Know your parish Longformacus by , a synopsis is The history, and how Longformacus got its name. Its population and parish records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Liddles Abroad by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Family pictures awaken an interest in family history. The author made contact with relatives in Australia, descendants of a blacksmith who'd emigrated front Heughhead, Reston. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by , a synopsis is Part 1 of an account of George Henderson of Chirnside, a medical doctor, who also found time for his interests in local history and customs, botany and poetry. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Coldstream History Society by , a synopsis is A note on the raising of a stone to commemorate James Charles Purves who died at the Battle of Balaclava in the 'Charge of the Light Brigade'. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
Some Purves families in Duns Berwickshire by Mrs. Evelyn Carlson, a synopsis is A well known Berwickshire name Purves, a family from Duns in 1634 and his heirs. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Purvishill, there are the following articles: Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694 by John Ballantyne, a synopsis is An Innerleithen Poll Tax Roll, 1694; transcribed by John Ballantyne. Lots of people, their occupations, the rent values of their lands, and poll taxes due. A very useful and interesting document. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Pyle, there are the following articles: The Dimma and Dickson Families of the Borders Region, Scotland by Thomas Dimma Minster, a synopsis is The Dimma family from Eckford, who they married, and where they settled in Ontario. This is a well researched article into a old Border family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Quebec, there are the following articles: Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Queen Mary, there are the following articles: An act anent murthering of children by Margaret Steele, a synopsis is Act of Assembly May 26th 1762 for reading the 21st Act of Parliament of the second session of parliament of King William and Queen Mary dated July 19th 1690 about murdering of children. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Queensland (Rockhampton), there are the following articles: Old Emigrant’s Diaries by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Extract from diary of Margaret Charteris, wife of Thomas Hinshelwood, emigrant from Jedburgh, ship ‘Nebo’, to Queensland, in 1883. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Quixwood, there are the following articles: Some Purves families in Duns Berwickshire by Mrs. Evelyn Carlson, a synopsis is A well known Berwickshire name Purves, a family from Duns in 1634 and his heirs. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Radio, there are the following articles: Sir Ambrose Fleming - Father of Modern Electronics by Robin Croftin, a synopsis is The Borders connection of Sir Ambrose Fleming who designed the transmitter to enable the sending of the first message across the Atlantic and whose work paved the way for the invention of the modern light bulb and radio communication. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Rae, there are the following articles: The Fairholme Memorial (Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose) by John Wood, a synopsis is An article on the memorial in Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose to James Walter Fairholme, RN who perished with the Franklin expedition of 1845 to discover the North West Passage and an account of the expedition itself. It is long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Raffles, there are the following articles: The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden, poet and orientalist from Denholm by Marjorie A Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Dr. John Leyden born in Denholm, poet and orientalist and friend of Sir Stamford Raffles; his travels in India, China and Java. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76;
The Life and Family of Dr. John Leyden by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Enthralling biography of the famous polymath (minister, surgeon, judge, linguist, poet and naturalist) who lived from 1775 to 1811. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Ragged School, there are the following articles: Kelso's Ragged school by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Case histories and fate of children in the 1800s who went to a Ragged School. These three names from the excellent book that Audrey has written will make you want to purchase this book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
CD Review - Kelso Poor House and Ragged School by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Interesting review of the content of this much loved publication, and a bit on the social context of the Poor House and the Ragged School in Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Raglan, there are the following articles: The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Railway, there are the following articles: Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Railway Haugh, there are the following articles: Lauder and Lauderdale by Ian Miller, a synopsis is This is the text of the talk given by Ian Miller, president of Old Gala House on the 18th April 1999 It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Railways, there are the following articles: County Railway Routes - Berwick to St Boswells by , a synopsis is Details of the book in the Country Railway Book series Berwick to St. Boswells. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Sidelines on the Borders Railway by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Nowadays, the only railway line in the Borders is the main east coast line in Berwickshire. Lady Gibson has discovered, however, that the history of the railways has plenty of interest for family historians. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
The Railways of Peebles by , a synopsis is Information on a new publication entitled 'The Railways of Peebles' which traces the competition between two railway companies to open a line to Peebles, the competing lines which were opened and their subsequent history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84;
St. Boswells to Berwick Railway via Duns by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on a book 'St Boswells to Berwick via Duns which traces the history of this railway line. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 83;
Border Railways - Places of Popular Resort by Ann Glen, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Border Railways from their opening in the 1840s to their closure in the 1960s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Ramsay, there are the following articles: The Days of Our Youth - Memories of Melrose by John Dick, a synopsis is This article has been extracted from a much longer memoir that John Dick wrote when he retired around 1950. He was born in 1889, the second son of William Dick, an ironmonger in Melrose and his wife Isobella Lauder. He emigrated to Canada as a young man where he eventually became the Chief Cost Accountant for Sun Life Assurance Company. John served in the Canadian Expeditionary Force in World War I as a quarter-master sergeant. Although he was twice married he had no children. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
The Famous and Infamous of the Jeffrey Family by George Martin, a synopsis is Absorbing biography of James Jeffrey, son of James Jeffrey and Elizabeth Sinton, and his career as a famous gardener. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46.
For the topic Rangoon, there are the following articles: "My Great Grandfather died at sea" by Bill Murray, a synopsis is A ships Master from Irvine in Ayrshire. How Bill researched the history of a remarkable seaman. 'One of his best'. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Rankine, there are the following articles: Saving and Sharing Borders Stories of WWI by , a synopsis is Reference to the project by Live Borders Museum and Library Services to commemorate the Borders experience during the Great War. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Coulter's Candy by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some investigation into the life and background of Robert Coltart, confectionery manufacturer who probably compiled the song 'Coulter's Candy', his connections with Galashiels and the history of the song. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Ranulph, there are the following articles: Hermitage---Grim Guardian of the Borders- by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is The history of Hermitage Castle and its inhabitants from 1207 right through. Continued in issue 11. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Rathie, there are the following articles: The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Ravenswood, there are the following articles: North West passage-the Melrose connection by , a synopsis is It is 150 years since the explorer, Sir John Franklin, vanished. This is the tale of a Melrose man who was with him on the long journey to find the North West Passage. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Ray, there are the following articles: Greenlaw Jail by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is List of prisoners in Greenlaw Jail in the 1851 census. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Reavly, there are the following articles: An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Reay, there are the following articles: Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Redbrae, there are the following articles: Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town by , a synopsis is Some notes on the book 'Greenlaw - an Ancient County Town' by James Denham. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Redesdale, there are the following articles: Miriam Fish by Miriam Fish, a synopsis is One of the band of grave yard inscription recorders, she gives a interesting description of her youth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The battle of Otterburn 600th Anniversary by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The history of the battle of Otterburn and the families that took part, also, Walter Scott's version is different to that of the English version in The Chevy chase. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Redewater, there are the following articles: The Kers of Cessford Castle by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A history of the Kers of Cessford Castle. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Redpath, there are the following articles: My dig into the past by A. Turner, a synopsis is Peebleshire family and from other parts of the Borders, an interesting tale. Also history of various bridges over the Tweed. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Following in the Footsteps of Robert Redpath. by Irene J Redpath, a synopsis is The story of one man's journey to mine gold in Australia. There is reference to two diaries kept by other men on the voyage from Glasgow to Townsville, Queensland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Reformatory Schools, there are the following articles: A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Regality, there are the following articles: Langshaw Mill Decree of 1608 by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Extract Decree relating to Langshaw Mill. The Decree is interesting for genealogists because of the very considerable number of people mentioned in it. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 59.
For the topic Reid, there are the following articles: A Certain Political Slant by , a synopsis is An account of the death by hanging of a sheep stealer and train robber Remus Reid and the slant subsequently put on the event by an American Congressman. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
An ill-matched couple by Ralph Maltman, a synopsis is An account from a solicitor's file of a domestic dispute between a husband and wife over assets. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Reivers, there are the following articles: The Olivers of Jed Valley by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A History of the Olivers of the Jed Valley tracing their history from the earliest of times with reference to some of the more famous and infamous. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Relationships, there are the following articles: A somewhat convoluted tree by , a synopsis is An old music hall ditty about father and son marrying daughter and mother. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Rennell, there are the following articles: Pierre Merlet and the Humes of Broomhouse by David Wesley, a synopsis is An account of the author's researches to prove that Helen Home of Broomhouse was responsible for the smuggling out of France during the French Revolution of the infant Pierre Merlet who later became a distinguished linguist. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Rennie, there are the following articles: Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Renton, there are the following articles: Rentons of Billie and Lamberton by Gregory Lauder- Frost, a synopsis is Continuation of the article in the previous issue of the history of the Renton family of Billie and Lamberton. The story continues from the 16th. Century to date detailing many achievements but also revealing some scandal. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is For anyone with a Renton in the family this is very interesting with full name, where, and the date they were born, and more. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Renton School Grantshouse by , a synopsis is Some notes on the book 'Renton School Grantshouse' by Jim Crosbie and Margaret Fleming. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Rentons of Billie and Lamberton by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is The first part of an account of the History of the Rentons of Billie and Lamberton in Berwickshire. Tracing in detail the history of the family from the early fourteenth century. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Renwick, there are the following articles: Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Reston, there are the following articles: John Liddle (13.3.1842 - 26.9.1907) by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the life of John Liddle born at Reston and his voyage to Australia in 1865 aboard the "Clara". He kept a diary during the voyage and extracts are included illustrating what life was like aboard an emigrant ship. There are also details from the ship's register (a full list of the names of the 384 immigrants is available) also a breakdown of occupations, nationalities and deaths during the voyage. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80;
Liddles Abroad by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Family pictures awaken an interest in family history. The author made contact with relatives in Australia, descendants of a blacksmith who'd emigrated front Heughhead, Reston. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Resurrectionists, there are the following articles: The Black Dwarf by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the life of David Ritchie, the "Black Dwarf" of Sir Walter Scott's novel of the same name An account of his life (1741 to 1811) in and around the Manor Valley including an account of his meeting with Sir Walter Scott and after death the removal of his corpse by the Resurrectionists. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Rev. R. Malcolm, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Rex dollars, there are the following articles: Saving, Spending and Family History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is In his follow up article on "Granny's Bawbees and Other Coins" the writer considers different forms of currency which circuited in Scotland including doits or dytes and rex dollars. He goes on to outline the not inconsiderable role played by Scottish banks in the development of the current banking system including such things as the invention of the first overdraft, the first retail bank branch, the world's first coloured bank note and the first mobile bank. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Riddell, there are the following articles: Voices from Lilliesleaf by Ian McDougall by , a synopsis is Review of a book ' Voices from Lilliesleaf' by Ian MacDougall. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Riddell House, there are the following articles: An Unexpected Homecoming by David Rudram, a synopsis is An Englishman migrates to the Borders when Riddell House changes hands. He marries a local lass with links to Innerleithen. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Riddle, there are the following articles: A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Ringan Oliver, there are the following articles: James Veitch - Border Astronomer by Bill Veitch, a synopsis is Shot extract of a talk given by Mr. Bill Veitch to the Society on the 15th of May 1994. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Ritchie, there are the following articles: Nostalgic Memories by Sandra Devlin, a synopsis is Sandra Devlin of Queensland sent a copy of a letter written in Langholm in 1934 by T. Ritchie to his cousin, Dr. T. Oliver. An abridged version is printed in this volume. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Ritson, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
A Family Church - St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of St. Cuthbert's Scottish Episcopal Church, Hawick particularly the author's family connection. Principal names mentioned are Coltman, Ritson, Godfrey, FitzWalter, Dearden, Landles. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75;
Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Every Post Card tells a story by Anne Golden, a synopsis is An article on the place of postcards in family history including a history of the postcard and the information which can be gleaned from them. The writer instances several examples of how postcards have enabled her to expand on her own family history research It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic River Bailiffs, there are the following articles: A Policeman's Lot by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is Article on the lie of Alexander Linton born in 1829 at Kirkhope who became a river bailiff and later a policemen in Caithness. Requirements for admission to the police force and some general background regarding a policeman's lot. Letter he returned to the Borders and had various positions; as a factory night watchman, as a stone dyke builder and was still employed as a stonebreaker at age 71. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Robb, there are the following articles: Wisdom lingers: Adventures of an ex-officer by Stanly Gordon Ayer, a synopsis is From 1908 the Territorial movement through the First World War. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Robert Adam, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Robert Burns, there are the following articles: Some epitaphs written by Robert Burns by , a synopsis is Epitaphs written by Robert Burns on Gavin Hamilton, his own father, Willie Mitchie and Robert Fergusson, poet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76;
The Ainslies--Some notes by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The name Ainslie, from 1066 onwards, a full and detailed family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Robert Fergusson, there are the following articles: Some epitaphs written by Robert Burns by , a synopsis is Epitaphs written by Robert Burns on Gavin Hamilton, his own father, Willie Mitchie and Robert Fergusson, poet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Robert the Bruce, there are the following articles: Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Roberton, there are the following articles: Rev. Robert Douglas, 1747-1820 The father of Galashiels by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Rev. Robert Douglas, minister of Galashiels, 1747-1820, was a man of great ability and served his parishioners so well he was called "The Father of Galashiels". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
The Miller Family of Hawick, Scotland and Delaware County, New York by C. Raymond La Fever, a synopsis is This Miller family who emigrated from Hawick or Roberton-they set up a farm in the Catskill mountains of New York. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
The Border Archive - For Queen and County by , a synopsis is Militia list of all men between 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Roberts, there are the following articles: On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Robertson, there are the following articles: 15 PARA - Jumping for Joy by Alasdair Hutton, a synopsis is The author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
Early Days by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Excerpts from the account of early years of her marrige written by Mrs Minerve Gibson from Calgary, Alberta, in 1980 at the age of 107. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Women of Gunsgreen by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of an exhibition entitled 'Women of Gunsgreen' with information on women who resided at or had connections with Gunsgreen House in Eyemouth. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
William Elliot, Architect by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is The family history of William Elliot and descriptions of some of the fine house's he built. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15;
Lamberton Toll by Jennifer Dunlop, a synopsis is Some notes on the history of Lamberton Toll and irregular marriages with particular reference to the Dixon (Dickson) family who resided there. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Know Your Parish - Ednam by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is History of the parish of Ednam and some inhabitants. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Robinson, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Robson, there are the following articles: Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Rochead, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Rockhampton, there are the following articles: They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Rockhopper Copper, there are the following articles: An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Rodger, there are the following articles: Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Rogert Burns, there are the following articles: John Ainslie Map Maker by C.M. Ainslie, a synopsis is John Ainslie who was described at a conference in Edinburgh in 1971 as Scotland's greatest cartographer. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Roland, there are the following articles: Charles McGinn by Michael and Chris Hume, a synopsis is Some notes on Charles McGinn born at Stow in 1865 and his emigration to Australia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Roosevelt, there are the following articles: Family Tree Maker Online by Allan McVittie, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program with the Internet It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Ross, there are the following articles: New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Rowanburn, there are the following articles: A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Roxburgh, there are the following articles: Letters of Slains 1569--A family puzzle by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is An intriguing tale of death and complaint in 1569. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Roxburgh County Police, there are the following articles: Police Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is A note on success in tracing records of a James Scott of Maxton in the 1878 police records also some extracts from a book "orders, Regulations and instructions" issued by Roxburgh County Police in 1858. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Roxburghshire, there are the following articles: CD Review - Bowden Monumental Inscriptions by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Review of the content of this publication, and suggestions of other useful publications. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67;
New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
CD Review - Kelso Poor House and Ragged School by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Interesting review of the content of this much loved publication, and a bit on the social context of the Poor House and the Ragged School in Kelso. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 67;
The Costs of Church Services in Scottish Parishes by David Richardson, a synopsis is Structure of costs for church services, i.e. christenings, weddings and burials in Berwickshire and Roxburghshire between 1725 and 1832. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
Maps by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Brief notes about Borders maps available from the Society, and on the Internet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
Records of Sudden Deaths and Casualties, Roxburghshire by , a synopsis is The records of Sudden Deaths and Casualties in Roxburghshire between 1876 and 1906 have now been indexed. Some examples from these records. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80.
For the topic Roy, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Royal British Dragoons, there are the following articles: The Autobiography of a Working man by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes regarding the life of Alexander Somerville born in East Lothian but who spent most of his early life in Berwickshire. He became a cavalryman in the Royal British Dragoons but was subjected to punishment of 100 lashes for writing to a local paper at the time of the passing of the Reform Act of 1832. Questions were asked in Parliament regarding his punishment almost universally regarded as excessive and his release from the army was purchased by public subscription. His autobiography recalls the hardship of his early life in Berwickshire as son of a farm hand. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Royal Scots Greys, there are the following articles: Another Borderer at Balaclava by Colin Miller, a synopsis is Comment about James Hunter, one of the participants in the Heavy Brigade who had the task of breaking through Russian lines at Balaclava, in respect of the talk given by Will Murray and Trevor Swan entitled a “Coldstream lad at the Charge” in issue No.58. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Royal Scotts, there are the following articles: Wisdom lingers: Adventures of an ex-officer by Stanly Gordon Ayer, a synopsis is From 1908 the Territorial movement through the First World War. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Rugby, there are the following articles: World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Rule, there are the following articles: Rules/Turnbulls of Rule water by John Simpson, a synopsis is A written account of the Rule family. His wife who was Mary Rule, traces her family directly to 1693 near Norham. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Rule Britannia, there are the following articles: James Thomson - A Man for all Seasons by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life and works of Border poet, James Thomson. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Runciman, there are the following articles: Bringing Science to Genealogy - DNA Testing by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is Have you got a family rumour of relationships between families that you cannot prove ? Perhaps you’re curious whether or not you’ve some undiscovered relations out there somewhere in the world, or a brick wall that stubbornly refuses to budge. Then possibly you should consider DNA testing. The author set up three surname DNA projects for Sinton, Fairbairn and Runciman. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Update to 'Bringing science to genealogy' by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is An update on a DNA project that was first described in Volume 67, pages 1 -4 June 2008. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Russell, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Russia, there are the following articles: From Hawick to Kirkpatrick-Durham by way of Moscow by Linda M Chapman, a synopsis is Notes of Grieves of Kirkpatrick-Durham in Kirkcudbrightshire, who were descendants of Walter Grieve of Branxholm Park, most of whom were farmers, but also included two eminent doctors who were physicians to the Russian court in the 18th century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Rutherford, there are the following articles: Jethart Jock by , a synopsis is A follow up to article in magazine no 86 regarding the identity of Jethart Jock. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Know your Parish--Hounam by , a synopsis is The history of Hounam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 16;
The Pedigree of the Selkirk Family of Selkirk , Scotland by James Selkirk, a synopsis is A family tree of the Selkirk Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2;
Two stories of 19th century emigration to Australia and New Zealand by Elsie Ahrens, a synopsis is Two stories from the 19th century of emigration to the New World; Andrew Rutherford and his family. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
The relationship of place names and personal names by Jessie Macdonald, a synopsis is The relationship is two fold: (1) Place names derived from personal names, (2) Personal names derived or adopted from place names. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
The Parish of Langlands by Michael Langlands, a synopsis is The parish of Langlands and the history of old leper hospital at Rutherford. Also the history of Langton that was absorbed into Wilton. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Rev. John Baird (1799-1861)--Friend of the Gypsies by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is John Baird was Minister at Kirk Yetholm. He was responsible for the new bridge , rebuilding the Kirk and School. He also educated the Gypsies and brought them into the community. was a founder member of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
A Stitch in Time by Patricia Williamson, a synopsis is Account of a sampler and the search for its creator in the family tree. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 47;
Jethart Jock by John Murray, a synopsis is The mystery of Jethart Jock of Coldstream, husband of the Gypsy Queen Esther Faa Blyth and attempts to identify. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Thistle and Shamrock by John L. Alton, a synopsis is A very well researched article on family history covering Rutherford, Brown, Atkin, and more. The Irish connection would make it very difficult. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Rutherfurd, there are the following articles: A Rutherfurd family by James Selkirk, a synopsis is Notes on the name Rutherfurd taken from the book 'Rutherfurds of that Ilk'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Ryal, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic S.S. Samarie, there are the following articles: A family of Tanish by P. Tanish- Hardie, a synopsis is George Tanish who married Catherine Gilroy from Selkirk and their decendants. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Sacramento, there are the following articles: Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic SAFHS, there are the following articles: SAFHS Conference 2013 by , a synopsis is A report of the SAFHS Conference 2013. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Salt Lake City, there are the following articles: The Genealogical Society of Utah by Mr Rogers, a synopsis is The history, and the Mormons with headquarters in Salt Lake City, Utah. The Society has grown to be the largest family history reseach organisation and resource in the world. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Samoa, there are the following articles: Records of a Noble Life - Rev Archibald William Murray 1811 to 1892 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Born in Jedburgh, he was a missionary to Samoa and New Guinea, afterwards living in Australia till his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Sampler, there are the following articles: Ettrickbridge Sampler by , a synopsis is A sampler embroidered in 1879 in Ettrick Bridge, somehow finding its way to Canada and returned to the local school, Kirkhope Primary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic San Francisco, there are the following articles: Tweedmount House Tweedmount Road Melrose by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is A great deal of research has gone into this article on a house from when the land was bought to when it was last sold. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Sanderson, there are the following articles: Galashiels Murrays in New South Wales by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is Murrays first came to the fore in Eccles, follow them through generations. There is also a very touching letter in the article. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
The Power of the Family History Community by , a synopsis is An account of a successful attempt to return war medals belonging to an Andrew Colville born in Galashiels to his family (now in New Zealand). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Celtic v Pick of the Borders by Kenny McLean, a synopsis is An account of a football match between Glasgow Celtic and 'Pick of the Borders' in 1906. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Sangster, there are the following articles: What Might Have Been by Mike Bucher, a synopsis is The writer pursues a mysterious entry which she finds in the family Bible and suggests that her ancestor Lochhart Baillie was the natural son of George Baillie of Jerviswood and Catherine Sangster and surmises how different the history of her family could have been. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Sark toll bar, there are the following articles: Border Marriage Records by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The history of Irregular Marriages up and down the country. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Saskatchewan, there are the following articles: About the Shillinglaw by Ada Elizabeth Shillinglaw, a synopsis is Family history about the Shillinglaws family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 5.
For the topic Scar Heugh, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Sixty Years Ago by J.G. Stanly, a synopsis is A poem about the Eastern Borders, Tweedside Water Eye. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic School Log Book, there are the following articles: Longformacus by , a synopsis is A cautionary tale from 1871 and some extracts from the school log book, It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic School Records, there are the following articles: Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Schoolmaster, there are the following articles: James Ferguson Schoolmaster, 1814-1894 by J Ferguson, a synopsis is How the memory of a clock led the author to research this ancestor. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Scot, there are the following articles: Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Scotland, there are the following articles: Crossing the Border by Linda Bankier, a synopsis is Notes on Linda Bankier's talk to the Society on 20th February 2005, mainly about the differences between English and Scottish records, irregular marriages, and the Berwick Record Office's holdings. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic ScotlandsPeople, there are the following articles: Leading Genealogy Website Unearths Miser Scrooge’s Scottish Connections by , a synopsis is Whether it’s merited or not, Scots have often labelled as being tight-fisted and now one of the world’s leading genealogy websites, ScotlandsPeople, (www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk) has unearthed records which prove that the miser Scrooge did indeed have Scottish roots. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Scott, there are the following articles: Borders family origins by Michael Robson, a synopsis is Border family origins, surname derivations, and various aspects of family history . It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
The Homes of Paxton House by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is A fascinating piece of Borders family history came to light when a 200 year-old Berwickshire mansion was gifted to the nation. Along with the history of the family of Home's. Love is a wondrous thing ! It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11;
A Denholm Family And My Border Memories by Jean Kelly, a synopsis is A journey through time in Denholm. From Post office, Lord Minto and his new bride to preserves cooking on the range in Meg Purness' draper's shop. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Border Influences on the Dark Continent by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Borderers who played a part in the exploration and settlement of Africa. Mungo Park, Thomas Pringle, John Leyden. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Death in the Borders: 19th Century Border Murder Cases by Norrie McLeish .(Review by Hugh K. Mackay), a synopsis is This is the review of a book by Norrie McLeish, Border Murder Cases with a great deal of research that has gone into this volume. Gypsies, Landlords, and farm workers. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
The Monteath Mausoleum by John D Wood/ David Freeman, a synopsis is An account of the history of the Monteath Mausoleum near St Boswells and moves to conserve. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Savages of the North by Vivienne S. Moore, a synopsis is Short letter from James Usher to Walter Scott 1828. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 14;
The Langlands by Mrs. Prue Langlands, a synopsis is How a family can be traced with the help of a family Bible It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Shortreed Companion of Sir Walter Scott by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Account of Sir Walter Scott's friendship with Robert Shortreed (1762-1829), and Robert's descendents. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50;
Executions don't come cheap by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the hanging at Fans, Earlston of Robert Scott for the murder of two companions on their returning from a fair in the Town and the costs involved in the execution. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
School roll of the Hawick Academy 1857-1864 by Peter Ruthven-Murray, a synopsis is Hawick Academy opened in 1857 with James A. H. Murray as its Headmaster. A list of pupils who went to the school from these dates. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
The Leyden Family by Ronald Spencer, a synopsis is From USA, an article on the name Leyden with particular reference to Dr John Leyden. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Ainslies of Dolphinston to Manitoulin Island by Robert L P Morden, a synopsis is Excellent article on the author's Ainslie forebears from Ancrum and Lilliesleaf to their arrival and life in Canada. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
The Search for Robert Scott by Robin Scott, a synopsis is An account of the author's search for more information on his ancestor, Robert Scott, a teacher in South Africa who died in 1892 and his success in tracing his ancestry back to Selkirkshire. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43;
Pringles by Alexander Watson/ Liz McGregor, a synopsis is A letter regarding the Pringles of Overhaugh Street, Galashiels and a Captain George Sharp Pringle, with response and follow-up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44;
Colonel Walter Scott (pre 1613-1650) of Hartwoodburn, Selkirkshire by Vincent Tickner, a synopsis is An enquiry to discover more on Colonel Walter Scott of Hartwoodburn who was a member of the Scottish parliament and who was killed at the Battle of Dunbar in 1650 - also of his Dutch wife. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
William Lorrain-Borders Schoolmaster by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is During the last war attics were cleared of paper and, from an attic in Jedburgh there appeared a collection of papers concerning the Rector of Jedburgh Grammar School, William Lorrain. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 27;
Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
A Canadian Connection by Jenifer Payne, a synopsis is Copies of letters sent from Canada in 1864 - they make very interesting reading. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Notes on the Halliburton Family by C.D. Wickenden, a synopsis is The Halliburton family who were well known landowners in the Borders from the 13th to 18th centuries. The Halliburtons intermarried with other well known Border families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 6;
Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Strayed far from Berwickshire by G.H. Jeffery, a synopsis is This is a small article on Berwickshire strays in the township of Canden East in the county of Lennox and Addington in Ontario, Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Police Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is A note on success in tracing records of a James Scott of Maxton in the 1878 police records also some extracts from a book "orders, Regulations and instructions" issued by Roxburgh County Police in 1858. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78;
The Jessie Miller story by Mike Bucher, a synopsis is A mystery regarding the parentage of Jessie Miller born in 1793 at Coldstream - her marriage to a Robert Scott who was later convicted for murder and questions about the number of her own family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 79;
Police and Criminal Records by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is An account of the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register 1897 to 1918 and what to expect to find. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Douglas of Springwood Park by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The name Douglas would run fear into many Englishmen. This distinguished Border family and its history It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
More Canadian Intimations in the 'Hawick Advertiser' by Marjory Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths (1863-1864) extracted from the "Hawick Advertiser" of people connected to the Borders, and other places in southern Scotland. Continued from issue 40. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43;
The Border Archive-For Queen and County by Robert Miller, a synopsis is This is a list of all the men between the ages of 18 and 45 residing in Roberton in 1807. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10;
Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Thomas Pringle, Writer, Poet and Anti-Slavery Campaigner by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Thomas Pringle born at Linton in 1789 who went on to become a respected poet an close acquaintance of Sir Walter Scott. He later emigrated to South Africa where he experiences many travails. The article recounts these experiences and how the family overcame many difficulties as early settlers. He founded a school and wrote a book on the state of the English settlers. He became a noted campaigner for human rights and came to be known as "the father of South African Poetry" It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
Kelso Abbey and Walter Scott's Kelso by , a synopsis is Review of two books, Kelso Abbey and Walter Scott's Kelso looking in particular at the connection between Sir Walter Scott and the Town. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Ontario Genealogical Society summer camp by D. C. Jeffrey, a synopsis is Where to research in Ontario for your Canadian cousins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Stow Monumental Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some information on the forthcoming publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with reference to various documents pertaining to Stow in the National Archives of Scotland with some interesting extracts. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Saving and Sharing Borders Stories of WWI by , a synopsis is Reference to the project by Live Borders Museum and Library Services to commemorate the Borders experience during the Great War. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Scott, Sir Walter, there are the following articles: Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Scottish Borders Archives, there are the following articles: Hawick Hub by , a synopsis is An account with some background information on various records which have been transferred to Scottish Borders Archives at Hawick including and Kirk Session Records, Poor Relief records - some examples of content instanced It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Scottish Motor Traction, there are the following articles: Travellers Tales in the Borders by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is This is the text of Fred's talk to the Society on 25th April 2004. Absorbing review of public road transport in the Borders mainly in the 20th century. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55;
Peeblesshire's First Car by Gwen Stein, a synopsis is An account of Peeblesshire's first car built by Laurence Bell in a rented shed in Peebles and how from such humble beginnings developed the Scottish Motor Traction Company (SMT). It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Scottish Omnibuses, there are the following articles: On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Scotts, there are the following articles: Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Scotus, there are the following articles: Duns, Burgh on the Merse and Surrounding Villages by , a synopsis is Review of the book Dunse Burgh on the Merse with the Surrounding Villages' by James Denham. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
John Duns Scotus by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A mention of events to commemorate the 750th anniversary of the birth of John Duns Scotus, genealogy research and the seeking of a possible DNA connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 89;
David Hume 1711 to 1776 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some biographical notes on David Hume, philosopher on the occasion of the 300th. Anniversary of his birth - also some notes on John Duns Scotus and the Revd. Thomas McCrie It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Scouler, there are the following articles: Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Scrooge, there are the following articles: Leading Genealogy Website Unearths Miser Scrooge’s Scottish Connections by , a synopsis is Whether it’s merited or not, Scots have often labelled as being tight-fisted and now one of the world’s leading genealogy websites, ScotlandsPeople, (www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk) has unearthed records which prove that the miser Scrooge did indeed have Scottish roots. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Scutari, there are the following articles: The Purves, Clays, and the Crimean War by Will Murray and Trevor Swan, a synopsis is This is the text of the authors' talk to the Society titled 'James Charles Purves: a Coldstream Lad at the Charge' on 20th March 2005 about one of the participants in the charge of the Light Brigade, the battle, and some of James' family. It is 12 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Seaton Delaval, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This article, reprinted by permission of Northumberland and Durham FHS, is a list of persons in communion rolls, who had moved from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Second World War, there are the following articles: W.W 2 Auxiliaries by , a synopsis is Some notes on the work of the World War 2 Auxiliaries or the British Resistance Army. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Floors Castle Hospital by , a synopsis is Note on inventory lists and photographs which have come to light dating from the Second World War and an appeal for more information. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Selkirk, there are the following articles: Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
The Walter Mason Papers by Walter Elliot, a synopsis is The Walter Mason Papers. This is a brief description of the collection held by the museum services of Scottish Borders Council. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
A Canadian Connection by Jenifer Payne, a synopsis is Copies of letters sent from Canada in 1864 - they make very interesting reading. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Bondagers of the Borders by Liz Taylor, a synopsis is Liz Taylor presented a most informative talk to members of the society, this is a short story of Bondagers. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 9;
The Haining, Selkirk by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A short history of the house and plans for its future. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 80;
Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Selkirk Poor Cases, 1844 by Peter Munro, a synopsis is 16 cases of Selkirk Poor from the Report of the Royal Commission on the Poor Law (Scotland), 1844. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54;
Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Some Selkirk Worthies by George Turnbull, a synopsis is Notes on some Selkirk 'worthies' of old. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
The Langlands by Mrs. Prue Langlands, a synopsis is How a family can be traced with the help of a family Bible It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The burgh of Selkirk, their trades, who controlled them. The baillies sergents and how they came into being. Continued from issue 25. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Douglas of Springwood Park by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The name Douglas would run fear into many Englishmen. This distinguished Border family and its history It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The Pedigree of the Selkirk Family of Selkirk , Scotland by James Selkirk, a synopsis is A family tree of the Selkirk Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2;
Andrew Currie, Border Sculptor by Bob Johnstone, a synopsis is An account of the life of Andrew Currie, sculptor (1812-1891) born at Howford Farm Yarrow. Won commissions for several well known public monuments including Mungo Park in Selkirk, the Ettrick Shepherd at St. Mary's Loch, two characters on the Scott monument in Edinburgh and Robert the Bruce at Stirling Castle. Married Isabella Hardie daughter of a Denholm stocking-maker and moved to Earlston to work as a sculptor. A full account of his life and works It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61;
Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
Police and Criminal Indexing Project by Elma Flaming, a synopsis is An update on the indexing of the Selkirk Criminal Register. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 85;
The Ancient Crafts of Selkirk by Jim Newlands, a synopsis is The history of crafts in Selkirk from 1113 with the building of the Border abbeys through to the Union of the Crowns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32;
A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth Century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The Burgesses, and how they looked after Selkirk. The privileges that they gave themselves. Continued in issue 26. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Maps by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Brief notes about Borders maps available from the Society, and on the Internet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Selkirkshire, there are the following articles: John Ainslie Map Maker by C.M. Ainslie, a synopsis is John Ainslie who was described at a conference in Edinburgh in 1971 as Scotland's greatest cartographer. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
Maps by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Brief notes about Borders maps available from the Society, and on the Internet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43;
The Search for Robert Scott by Robin Scott, a synopsis is An account of the author's search for more information on his ancestor, Robert Scott, a teacher in South Africa who died in 1892 and his success in tracing his ancestry back to Selkirkshire. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Serbia, there are the following articles: Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Servants, there are the following articles: Servants Emerging from the Shadows by Chris Pawson, a synopsis is Notes on an exhibition and recording of records pertaining to staff and employees at Paxton House. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic servants, there are the following articles: The Milne-Graden papers by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the records at Paxton House particularly the domestic records. There are many references to the Home and Milne-Home servants by name from the 1780s to the early 20th. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Session Clerks, there are the following articles: Borders Family History Inaugural Lecture by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Inaugural talk on the basic sources for looking into your family history. Dealing with parochial registers, census returns, etc. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Sessions, there are the following articles: Extracts of the Hutton Session Records Jun 19th 1819 - Dec 7th 1821 by Heather Lough, a synopsis is Transcribed extracts of the Hutton Session Records mainly about donations to the Poor, and a list of ministers since 1688. Lots of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50.
For the topic Shacklock, there are the following articles: Tracing Your Family Tree May Not Always Be Pleasant by Margaret C. Lawson, a synopsis is Account of research into one specific family. Very detailed - a lot of research. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Sharpe, there are the following articles: Border - Line Experiences Of a Canadian Researcher by Robert L. Morden, a synopsis is The Ainslie born in Lilliesleaf and how a trip from Canada to research the family ended in a book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Sharplaw, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Hounam by , a synopsis is The history of Hounam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Shaw, there are the following articles: The Miller Family of Hawick, Scotland and Delaware County, New York by C. Raymond La Fever, a synopsis is This Miller family who emigrated from Hawick or Roberton-they set up a farm in the Catskill mountains of New York. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Shelley, there are the following articles: An Infamous Mistress by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'An Infamous Mistress' by Sarah Murden and Joanne Major being a biography of Grace Dalrymple Elliot. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Shepherd, there are the following articles: Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Shepherding, there are the following articles: To Follow the Dogs and Carry the Stick by Bob Jaffray, a synopsis is An account of life and shepherding in the Lammermuirs before and during and immediately after the Second World War. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Shepherds, there are the following articles: Friends of Hoar Cottage by Bette Baldwin, a synopsis is An account of Hoar Cottage, a shepherd's cottage on Exmoor in North Devon which has connections with shepherds from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Sheriff Court, there are the following articles: Wills and Testaments by James Galbraith, a synopsis is Scots law on wills and testaments-the difference. With a good description on how and where to find information on the subject. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Sherlaw, there are the following articles: A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Sherlock Holmes, there are the following articles: A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Sherriff, there are the following articles: The People of the Lammermuirs by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Detailed history of the Lammermuirs from Celtic times to the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Shiel, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued from issue 41. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Shields, there are the following articles: Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74.
For the topic Shiels, there are the following articles: Canadian Strays by J. Hislop, a synopsis is Some discoveries of Lowland strays from Grey township, Ontario It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Shillinglaw, there are the following articles: Shillinglaw Walls by Jean Shillinglaw Ridley, a synopsis is Shillinglaw Tower not far from Traquair it is not only a heap of stones - an interesting tale. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Shillinglaws, there are the following articles: About the Shillinglaw by Ada Elizabeth Shillinglaw, a synopsis is Family history about the Shillinglaws family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 5.
For the topic Ship ‘Nebo’, there are the following articles: Old Emigrant’s Diaries by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Extract from diary of Margaret Charteris, wife of Thomas Hinshelwood, emigrant from Jedburgh, ship ‘Nebo’, to Queensland, in 1883. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Ship 'Brilliant', there are the following articles: Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Ship 'Kaffraria', there are the following articles: A 'Scot' Moves to South Africa by Tony Little, a synopsis is Biography of Archibald Little, born Melrose, 11th Jan 1829, died 13 Dec 1921, Johannesburg. Brief notes on his occupations, and service in the Basuto War. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Ship 'Killawarra', there are the following articles: They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Ship 'Scottish Lassie ', there are the following articles: They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Ship voyage, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued from issue 41. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Shipping, there are the following articles: Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic Ships, there are the following articles: John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Shoemaker, there are the following articles: Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of Paxton by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Interest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic shoemaker, there are the following articles: John Lee, Shoemaker in Kelso by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some details of the funeral of John Lee, shoemaker in Kelso 1802. Details of funeral arrangements and surnames of those attending the funeral It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Shoemakers, there are the following articles: The Ancient Crafts of Selkirk by Jim Newlands, a synopsis is The history of crafts in Selkirk from 1113 with the building of the Border abbeys through to the Union of the Crowns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Shop Tokens, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other coins (part 2) by Peter Munro, a synopsis is The writer traces the history of coinage in Scotland and talks of shop cheques or tokens particularly instancing Co-operative stores and also mentioning J.A. Game's tea shop in Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Shortreed, there are the following articles: Shortreed Companion of Sir Walter Scott by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Account of Sir Walter Scott's friendship with Robert Shortreed (1762-1829), and Robert's descendents. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50.
For the topic Sibbald, there are the following articles: The Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh by Joan Ferguson, a synopsis is Extracts from a talk given by Joan Ferguson on the Royal College of Physicians from 1681 right through the years. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Silverbuthall House, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Simm, there are the following articles: Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Simon, there are the following articles: Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Simprim, there are the following articles: From Simprim Kirk session records 1705--A case of Drunkenness by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Drink was the downfall of two friends after a session in Coldstream in 1705. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Simpson, there are the following articles: A family of Tanish by P. Tanish- Hardie, a synopsis is George Tanish who married Catherine Gilroy from Selkirk and their decendants. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4;
The Langlands by Mrs. Prue Langlands, a synopsis is How a family can be traced with the help of a family Bible It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36;
In the hands of the Turk by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is The story of a collection to pay a ransom of a man who fell into the hands of a Turk. This is as told in the Register of the Privy Council for the year 1677. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Dr George Henderson of Chirnside (1800 - 1864) by Bill Henderson, a synopsis is Second and final part of the account of Dr Henderson's family (the remaining 11 children born from 1841 to 1863 !) with a very early plea for the eight-hour day and some interesting poetry. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Simson, there are the following articles: Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Sinclair, there are the following articles: Family History in "The Gladstaines Bible" by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is the very old history of the Gladstains in the Hawick area in and around 1645 through to 1850 . Few families can go back that far with as much confidence in the manuscript as this one. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Polwarth on the Green by Colin Wood, a synopsis is A history of Polwarth that was handed out by Colin Wood on the outing to Polwarth, Oct 1988. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Singapore, there are the following articles: "My Great Grandfather died at sea" by Bill Murray, a synopsis is A ships Master from Irvine in Ayrshire. How Bill researched the history of a remarkable seaman. 'One of his best'. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Sinton, there are the following articles: Bringing Science to Genealogy - DNA Testing by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is Have you got a family rumour of relationships between families that you cannot prove ? Perhaps you’re curious whether or not you’ve some undiscovered relations out there somewhere in the world, or a brick wall that stubbornly refuses to budge. Then possibly you should consider DNA testing. The author set up three surname DNA projects for Sinton, Fairbairn and Runciman. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Update to 'Bringing science to genealogy' by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is An update on a DNA project that was first described in Volume 67, pages 1 -4 June 2008. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Sir A Ramsey, there are the following articles: Hermitage--Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Lord Soulis and how he came to his rather barbaric death. It follows the history of Hermitage through the years. Very interesting. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Sir G. Home, there are the following articles: Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Sir W. Douglas, there are the following articles: Hermitage--Grim Guardian of the Borders by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Lord Soulis and how he came to his rather barbaric death. It follows the history of Hermitage through the years. Very interesting. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Sir Walter Scott, there are the following articles: Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Skelden, there are the following articles: An ill-matched couple by Ralph Maltman, a synopsis is An account from a solicitor's file of a domestic dispute between a husband and wife over assets. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Sligh, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Sloane, there are the following articles: Restoration of Gravestone at Peebles - James Sloane by , a synopsis is An account of the restoration of a gravestone in the churchyard at Peebles of James Sloane who was rector of Peebles Grammar School between 1802 and 1843. Also extracts on James Sloane from a book 'Glimpses of Peebles and Forgotten Characters in its History' by Alexander Williamson published in 1895. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic Smail, there are the following articles: Historic and Photographic Glimpses of Old Innerleithen by , a synopsis is Promotion of the book 'Historic and Photographic Glimpses of Old Innerleithen' by Bobby Richardson published by the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Baillie John Smail of Galashiels by , a synopsis is Baillie Smail, born at Clovenfords, was First Baillie in 1867, and was renowned for severe punishment . He died of chronic alcoholism. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 36;
Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
Innerleithen Shops by , a synopsis is Information on the CD published by the Society on 'Innerleithen Shops' compiled by Bobby Richardson. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Smailcleughfoot, there are the following articles: The Olivers of Jed Valley by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A History of the Olivers of the Jed Valley tracing their history from the earliest of times with reference to some of the more famous and infamous. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Smailholm, there are the following articles: The Crammond Family of Smailholm by Hazel Crammond, a synopsis is Notes about a Crammond family of Smailholm and their children. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57;
A DNA Revelation by Gordon Crammond, a synopsis is The author's discovery of a direct link to a blood cousin with the name of CRAM, and the surmise that CRAMMOND got shortened along the passage of time. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 57;
Captain Cook's Border Background by Dr Jim Trainer, a synopsis is The history of Captain James Cook and the Ednam connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 6;
James Fleming, father of Sir John Ambrose Fleming by Ian McGregor, a synopsis is Some notes on James Fleming, born near Smailholm father of Sir John Ambrose Fleming who featured in issue 82. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Marth’s Marmalad and Diet Loaf by Marjorie Dybeck, a synopsis is Some letters which brought life to the bare bones of the author's family tree. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56.
For the topic Small, there are the following articles: Rev. Robert Douglas, 1747-1820 The father of Galashiels by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Rev. Robert Douglas, minister of Galashiels, 1747-1820, was a man of great ability and served his parishioners so well he was called "The Father of Galashiels". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Smart, there are the following articles: Guild of One-Name Studies by , a synopsis is An account of a talk given by Lorna Kinnaird on the Guild of One Name Studies. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Smiddy, there are the following articles: Fountainhall Smiddy 1793-1945 by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of the Hislop / Dick family who worked in the smiddy (blacksmith's shop) for five generations. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Smith, there are the following articles: Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
Convicts Transported to Western Australia in 1858 aboard the 'Edwin Fox' by Lynn Manning, a synopsis is A list of Scottish convicts transported to Australia on the "Edwin Fox". Reprinted from Bedfordshire Family History Society Journal It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70;
With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Extracts from Dunse Barony Records by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Extracts from the author's book, Dunse Barony Records, in the 1760s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Smith Hive, there are the following articles: World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic SMT, there are the following articles: Travellers Tales in the Borders by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is This is the text of Fred's talk to the Society on 25th April 2004. Absorbing review of public road transport in the Borders mainly in the 20th century. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55.
For the topic Smyth, there are the following articles: Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57.
For the topic Social Customs, there are the following articles: Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Soldiers, there are the following articles: Letters of the Andersons of Selkirk by , a synopsis is Grateful acknowledgement to Tim Anderson of a transcript of letters of the Andersons of Selkirk, soldiers, surgeons and explorers (1804-1820) with particular reference to Mungo Park and his trip to Africa. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
The Peeblesshire Volunteers by , a synopsis is A review of a book written by Society member, Robert D Knox, on the history of the Peeblesshire Rifle Volunteers between 1860 and 1908. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Soldiers' Wills by , a synopsis is A brief article of Soldiers' Wills and how to access on line. It is long. It's in issue no 86;
So You've Found A Soldier by Capt. John E. Grey, a synopsis is The trials that you may find looking for your connection with a soldier that was in the British Army. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 14;
David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
W.W 2 Auxiliaries by , a synopsis is Some notes on the work of the World War 2 Auxiliaries or the British Resistance Army. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Somerville, there are the following articles: The Autobiography of a Working man by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes regarding the life of Alexander Somerville born in East Lothian but who spent most of his early life in Berwickshire. He became a cavalryman in the Royal British Dragoons but was subjected to punishment of 100 lashes for writing to a local paper at the time of the passing of the Reform Act of 1832. Questions were asked in Parliament regarding his punishment almost universally regarded as excessive and his release from the army was purchased by public subscription. His autobiography recalls the hardship of his early life in Berwickshire as son of a farm hand. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Sorrowlessfield, there are the following articles: George Fleming M.A. by Ian McGregor, a synopsis is Article on George Fleming MA, distinguished educationalist. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Soulis, there are the following articles: Hermitage---Grim Guardian of the Borders- by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is The history of Hermitage Castle and its inhabitants from 1207 right through. Continued in issue 11. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Soup kitchens, there are the following articles: Soup Kitchen at Dunse 1832 by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of the outbreak of cholera in 1832 and minutes of the Dunse Committee of Health setting up soup kitchens with names of those to whom vouchers were issued. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Sourhope, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued from issue 41. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Souters, there are the following articles: Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
The Ancient Crafts of Selkirk by Jim Newlands, a synopsis is The history of crafts in Selkirk from 1113 with the building of the Border abbeys through to the Union of the Crowns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic South Africa, there are the following articles: Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
The Search for Robert Scott by Robin Scott, a synopsis is An account of the author's search for more information on his ancestor, Robert Scott, a teacher in South Africa who died in 1892 and his success in tracing his ancestry back to Selkirkshire. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Life in Linton with William Pringle's Family by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is Absorbing account of William Pringle, his children, and his grandson, Thomas Pringle, the 'Poet of South Africa'. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Thomas Pringle by Professor Charles Wait, a synopsis is A follow up from Professor Charles Wait in South Africa on the article on Thomas Pringle in the previous edition with photographs of a memorial church to Thomas Pringle, its history, some notes on his descendants and how he is remembered in South Africa. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
Thomas Pringle, Writer, Poet and Anti-Slavery Campaigner by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is An account of the life of Thomas Pringle born at Linton in 1789 who went on to become a respected poet an close acquaintance of Sir Walter Scott. He later emigrated to South Africa where he experiences many travails. The article recounts these experiences and how the family overcame many difficulties as early settlers. He founded a school and wrote a book on the state of the English settlers. He became a noted campaigner for human rights and came to be known as "the father of South African Poetry" It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
A House United by Celia Baylis and Barbara Nichol, a synopsis is How a house (Heatherlieburn, Selkirk) built by Richard Leitch in 1862 came to unite two distant Hepburn relatives who had no idea of each other’s existence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 61.
For the topic South America, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic South Australia, there are the following articles: From the Scottish Borders to South Australia by Ruth Oliver, a synopsis is An account of the lives of William Oliver his wife Elizabeth Turnbull who were married at Jedburgh in1833 who emigrated to South Australia, their family and subsequent life, Contains much genealogy and notes on the Oliver DNA project. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Southdean, there are the following articles: The Olivers of Jed Valley by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A History of the Olivers of the Jed Valley tracing their history from the earliest of times with reference to some of the more famous and infamous. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Spedlin, there are the following articles: Recording the Jardines - A one-name study by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is 17 years of research of the Jardine Clan Society. A history of the Clan and the worldwide story of the Jardines. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Spedlins, there are the following articles: The Jardine Clan Society by Family History News, a synopsis is Formed in 1977. Came from France 1066, settled in Anndale; now, branches of the family world wide. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Spence, there are the following articles: Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Spences Mains, there are the following articles: Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Spitfire, there are the following articles: Ednam and Captain Cook by John Newlands, a synopsis is A Cleveland lady spent time and effort tracing Captain Cook. Herein lies the Ednam Connection It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Spittal Tower, there are the following articles: Snowstorm in the Cheviots by Jean Fleming, a synopsis is A young shepherd gets lost in the snow and is frozen to death. There's also a specification for shepherds boots. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Spittlefield, there are the following articles: A Case for the Commissary by Rosemary Bigwood, a synopsis is The amount of information found on any particular family is a matter of luck but time spent will be rewarding. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Spottiswood, there are the following articles: A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Spouse, there are the following articles: John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Springfield, there are the following articles: Border Marriage Records by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The history of Irregular Marriages up and down the country. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Springwood, there are the following articles: A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Springwood Park, there are the following articles: New Collections at the Heritage Hub by Juline Baird, a synopsis is County council records, diaries & estate papers were identified amongst the backlog of un-catalogued material at the Scottish Borders Archive. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Sprouston, there are the following articles: The Trotters of Sprouston and Hadden - Part 2 by Jenny Fairman, a synopsis is Absorbing account of the author's researches into her Trotter ancestry. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
The Haliburtens of Sprouston by D.N. Haliburton, a synopsis is Origins of the Haliburtons; William who had 12 children and their emigration to New Zealand. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12;
The Trotters of Sprouston and Hadden - Part 1 by Jenny Fairman, a synopsis is Absorbing account of the author's researches into her Trotter ancestry. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52;
Following in the Footsteps of Robert Redpath. by Irene J Redpath, a synopsis is The story of one man's journey to mine gold in Australia. There is reference to two diaries kept by other men on the voyage from Glasgow to Townsville, Queensland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Squirrell, there are the following articles: Guild of One-Name Studies by , a synopsis is An account of a talk given by Lorna Kinnaird on the Guild of One Name Studies. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic SS Clara, there are the following articles: John Liddle (13.3.1842 - 26.9.1907) by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the life of John Liddle born at Reston and his voyage to Australia in 1865 aboard the "Clara". He kept a diary during the voyage and extracts are included illustrating what life was like aboard an emigrant ship. There are also details from the ship's register (a full list of the names of the 384 immigrants is available) also a breakdown of occupations, nationalities and deaths during the voyage. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80.
For the topic St Abbs, there are the following articles: A Village Roll Call 1935 by Alexander Nisbet, a synopsis is A list of the names found in St Abbs in 1935 - in verse. In addition to those in the index another 22 names which appear less than 8 times are listed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic St Aiden, there are the following articles: Melrose: Past and Present by Mr. T Little, a synopsis is A story of Melrose from 3000 years B.C. to the Greenyards in 1992. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic St Andrews, there are the following articles: The Leyden Family by Ronald Spencer, a synopsis is From USA, an article on the name Leyden with particular reference to Dr John Leyden. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic St Andrews Free Church, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic St Boswells, there are the following articles: Death in the Borders: 19th Century Border Murder Cases by Norrie McLeish .(Review by Hugh K. Mackay), a synopsis is This is the review of a book by Norrie McLeish, Border Murder Cases with a great deal of research that has gone into this volume. Gypsies, Landlords, and farm workers. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Sidelines on the Borders Railway by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Nowadays, the only railway line in the Borders is the main east coast line in Berwickshire. Lady Gibson has discovered, however, that the history of the railways has plenty of interest for family historians. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11;
A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Border Murders by Norrie Mcleish, a synopsis is This is a stroll around the Borders looking into, with some depth, the murders in the 1800s. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic St Cuthbert, there are the following articles: Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic St Helena, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic St Kentigern, there are the following articles: Polwarth on the Green by Colin Wood, a synopsis is A history of Polwarth that was handed out by Colin Wood on the outing to Polwarth, Oct 1988. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic St Lawrence, there are the following articles: Know your Parish--Morebattle by Elespeth Ewan, a synopsis is A history of Morebattle Parish and the surrounding area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic St Mungo, there are the following articles: Polwarth on the Green by Colin Wood, a synopsis is A history of Polwarth that was handed out by Colin Wood on the outing to Polwarth, Oct 1988. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic St Mungo's Fair, there are the following articles: Know your Parish-Polwarth by , a synopsis is Description of the village of Polwarth, its history, the inhabitants, and their occupations. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic St Ronan’s Standard, there are the following articles: Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67.
For the topic St, Abb's, there are the following articles: HMS Pathfinder by , a synopsis is An account of the sinking in 1914 of HMS Pathfinder off St. Abb's Head, Berwickshire viewed by Aldous Huxley. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic St. Andrews, there are the following articles: Revised and improved edition of Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard and St. Andrews Monumental Inscriptions by , a synopsis is Notes on the improved version of our Memorial Inscriptions covering Kelso Abbey, Old Churchyard Kelso and St. Andrews. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic St. Boswells, there are the following articles: Old St Boswells by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Notes on the republication of the book 'Old St. Boswells' by Jean Lawrie. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 77;
St. Boswells to Berwick Railway via Duns by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on a book 'St Boswells to Berwick via Duns which traces the history of this railway line. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic St. Cuthbert, there are the following articles: Lauder and Lauderdale by Ian Miller, a synopsis is This is the text of the talk given by Ian Miller, president of Old Gala House on the 18th April 1999 It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic St. Helena, there are the following articles: An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic St. Mary's Loch, there are the following articles: Andrew Currie, Border Sculptor by Bob Johnstone, a synopsis is An account of the life of Andrew Currie, sculptor (1812-1891) born at Howford Farm Yarrow. Won commissions for several well known public monuments including Mungo Park in Selkirk, the Ettrick Shepherd at St. Mary's Loch, two characters on the Scott monument in Edinburgh and Robert the Bruce at Stirling Castle. Married Isabella Hardie daughter of a Denholm stocking-maker and moved to Earlston to work as a sculptor. A full account of his life and works It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic St. Mary's of Wedale, there are the following articles: Stow of Wedale by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An announcement of the publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with details of all names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic St.Cuthbert, there are the following articles: Mennims of Norham by A.M.Mennim, a synopsis is The history of Norham, its castle, and how it got its name. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Staff, there are the following articles: Servants Emerging from the Shadows by Chris Pawson, a synopsis is Notes on an exhibition and recording of records pertaining to staff and employees at Paxton House. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Stainton, there are the following articles: A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Stallangers, there are the following articles: Coercion or Consensus? The Government of a Border Burgh in the Sixteenth Century by Peter Symms, a synopsis is The Burgesses, and how they looked after Selkirk. The privileges that they gave themselves. Continued in issue 26. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Stamfordham, there are the following articles: James Thomson, Capt. James Cook R.N., Ednam and Cleveland by P. D. Thomson, a synopsis is The connection of Rev. James Thomson and Capt. Cook with the village of Ednam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27.
For the topic Starhead, there are the following articles: The Kers of Cessford Castle by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is A history of the Kers of Cessford Castle. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Stark, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Stavert, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Steel, there are the following articles: Peel Hospital Exhibition by , a synopsis is A report on the exhibition staged by the Society on the history of Peel Hospital. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Guess Who’s Missing by E .Helen Ball, a synopsis is The descendants of William Steel Story who lived in Yetholm, Morebattle, Hobkirk, who married Elizabeth Aitchson, daughter of Francis Aitchson and Elizabeth Hogg around 1806. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Stensone, there are the following articles: Kelso Mail August 30th. 1824 by , a synopsis is Transcription of an ancient gravestone dug up at Nenthorn to one Alexander Stensone who died 1606. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Stephenson, there are the following articles: The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Stevenson, there are the following articles: Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Tweedmount House Tweedmount Road Melrose by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is A great deal of research has gone into this article on a house from when the land was bought to when it was last sold. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Stewart, there are the following articles: Journey to Australia by Dr J. B. Sproule, a synopsis is The vivid descriptions of life at sea recorded in James Stewart's diary will be of interest to all of us whose ancestors left these shores in the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Great Grandfather's Clock by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account by the author of a clock belonging to his great grandfather which he came upon when holidaying in Australia. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
The Origins of William Wallace by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Notes of the genealogy of William Wallace and suggested connections to the FitzAlans and Stewarts. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
Transcribing the Stones by , a synopsis is Notes on the publication of the monumental inscriptions at Heatheryett, Galashiels with some notes on the history of Galashiels Parish and the first Church at Lindean burial place of the second wife of John Knox. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Liddles Abroad by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is Family pictures awaken an interest in family history. The author made contact with relatives in Australia, descendants of a blacksmith who'd emigrated front Heughhead, Reston. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72;
The Stewarts of Kelso by Harry D Watson, a synopsis is A report into extensive research into the Stewart family of Kelso, latterly of Edinburgh. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77.
For the topic Stewartfield, there are the following articles: The Chisholms: Highland Names in the Borders? by Michael Robson, a synopsis is This is not just about the Chisholms, it delves into place names in the Borders, why they changed their names and the Highland connections. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Stinson, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Stintyknowe, there are the following articles: Is Anybody Out There ? by Jean Currie, a synopsis is The author's search for an ancestor's home. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56.
For the topic Stitchel, there are the following articles: The Dimma and Dickson Families of the Borders Region, Scotland by Thomas Dimma Minster, a synopsis is The Dimma family from Eckford, who they married, and where they settled in Ontario. This is a well researched article into a old Border family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Stobie, there are the following articles: Great Grandfather's Clock by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account by the author of a clock belonging to his great grandfather which he came upon when holidaying in Australia. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Stobo, there are the following articles: The Altarstone at Stobo by Isobel Jardine, a synopsis is Stobo Slate Quarry "inferior to no slate whatever". Also a connection to Merlin and Arthur. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10;
My dig into the past by A. Turner, a synopsis is Peebleshire family and from other parts of the Borders, an interesting tale. Also history of various bridges over the Tweed. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Stobs, there are the following articles: Stobs Internment Camp near Hawick by , a synopsis is Some notes on Stobs Internment Camp and its history. It is long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Stobs Internment Camp, there are the following articles: Stobs Internment Camp near Hawick by , a synopsis is Some notes on Stobs Internment Camp and its history. It is long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Stockholm, there are the following articles: Totties in Sweden by , a synopsis is Note about Thomas Tottie, from Jedburgh, born in 1664, a tobacco manufacturer, extracted from Th. A. Fischer’s The Scots in Sweden (Edinburgh, 1907). It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Stoddart, there are the following articles: With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Story, there are the following articles: Guess Who’s Missing by E .Helen Ball, a synopsis is The descendants of William Steel Story who lived in Yetholm, Morebattle, Hobkirk, who married Elizabeth Aitchson, daughter of Francis Aitchson and Elizabeth Hogg around 1806. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Stow, there are the following articles: Stow of Wedale by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An announcement of the publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with details of all names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
The Kidstons of Stow by John Kidston Tait, a synopsis is A very comprehensive account of the early Rev Kidston from Stow and their thirteen children and who they married. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12;
The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
Stow Churchyard by , a synopsis is Some notes on the toppling of stones in Stow Churchyard. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Stow Monumental Inscriptions by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is Some information on the forthcoming publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with reference to various documents pertaining to Stow in the National Archives of Scotland with some interesting extracts. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83;
A History of the Waddells of Scotland by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'A History of the Waddells of Scotland' by Gavin Main Waddell tracing the history of the name and the various branches of the family. The main branch of the family originated from Stow still known today by some as The Stow of Wedale. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83;
The Reverand Alexander Naughley by Eddie Wren, a synopsis is A very interesting account of a Parish Clergyman from Stow to Threlkeld and his life story. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Strathblane, there are the following articles: The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Strays, there are the following articles: Strays by Jean Sanderson, a synopsis is Compilation of part of the Society's Strays index. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 50;
More Strays by Jean Sanderson, a synopsis is Compilation of part of the Society's Strays index. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 53;
More Strays by Jean Sanderson, a synopsis is Compilation of part of the Society's Strays index. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 51;
Stray by , a synopsis is Transcript of a memorial stone recorded by Manchester General Transcription Project. It is long. It's in issue no 81;
Strays by , a synopsis is Border Strays It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48.
For the topic Sudden Deaths, there are the following articles: Records of Sudden Deaths and Casualties, Roxburghshire by , a synopsis is The records of Sudden Deaths and Casualties in Roxburghshire between 1876 and 1906 have now been indexed. Some examples from these records. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 80.
For the topic Suggett, there are the following articles: Researching Family History across the Border by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is An account by the author of the challenges and pitfalls of cross-border research. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Sunlaws, there are the following articles: The Flowers of the Forest--Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is The Fletcher brothers from Selkirk and were they at Flodden? Probably. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Surname Project, there are the following articles: DNA Records for Genealogy by , a synopsis is Obtaining the genetic records for your paternal line is important for identification of your cousins and ancestors who share your recent paternal line descent with you. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Surnames, there are the following articles: Border Names by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A note of the most common names in the Borders extracted from the Society's transcription of Memorial Inscriptions, It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Sutcliffe Troupe, there are the following articles: A Young Hawick Entertainer - Charles Stainton by Elma Fleming, a synopsis is The life of Charles Stainton who first appears in the Hawick Criminal Records aged 9 in 1903 but who went on to become a music hall artist with the Sutcliffe Troupe. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Sutherland, there are the following articles: Two Sutherland Factors by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Two brothers from Yair who were factors for Sutherland. It also covers the Highland Clearances right up to his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is History of the family from around 1840. Continued from issue 27. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28.
For the topic Swadling, there are the following articles: Old Emigrant’s Diaries by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Extract from diary of Margaret Charteris, wife of Thomas Hinshelwood, emigrant from Jedburgh, ship ‘Nebo’, to Queensland, in 1883. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Swan, there are the following articles: Old Books with Hawick Connections by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A description of two old books about Hawick from the author's library. One is a library book that was never returned. Speculation about the culprit reveals many family relationships. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Swann, there are the following articles: More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Swanston, there are the following articles: Gunsgreen House, Eyemouth by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Notes on the book "Eustace the Outcast" by David Pae also on the will of James Swanston of Eyemouth containing what is thought to be a list of customers for illicit produce including the Rev. Robert Bowmaker, minister, Duns. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Sweden, there are the following articles: Totties in Sweden by , a synopsis is Note about Thomas Tottie, from Jedburgh, born in 1664, a tobacco manufacturer, extracted from Th. A. Fischer’s The Scots in Sweden (Edinburgh, 1907). It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Sweetheart Abbey, there are the following articles: An Unusual Way Of Recording Family Trees by Colin McInnes, a synopsis is This is about a gravestone in the burial ground of Sweetheart Abbey, Dumfries-shire which has a drawn family tree of the Jardine family. The article shows a picture of the gravestone. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 66.
For the topic Swieeny, there are the following articles: A family of Tanish by P. Tanish- Hardie, a synopsis is George Tanish who married Catherine Gilroy from Selkirk and their decendants. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Swinton, there are the following articles: The Story of a Stray by Murray Nicoll, a synopsis is Account of Robert Burgon, a fisherman from Berwick who was drowned in 1850 with William Burgeon, Joseph Cowlin, George Swinton, and the boy David Lyle, and buried in Inverbervie. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Sydney, there are the following articles: They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Symington, there are the following articles: Genealogy of the Symington Family by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A review of the book 'The Genealogy of the Symington Family' by the Rev Henry Paton kindly donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62.
For the topic Synton, there are the following articles: McKenzie's around the River Ale by W E McKenzie, a synopsis is An account of McKenzies in and around the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49.
For the topic Széchenyi, there are the following articles: Adam Clark (1811 to 1866) by Dr. Jim Lyon, a synopsis is A fascinating account of Adam Clark, born in Edinburgh but brought up in Kelso who became a bridge builder of renown in Hungary building the first bridge across the Danube linking the communities of Buda and Pest. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Taddei, there are the following articles: Hawick and District from Old Photographs by , a synopsis is Some notes on the recently published book 'Hawick and District from Old Photographs', by Alastair M Redpath. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Tait, there are the following articles: Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is History of the family from around 1840. Continued from issue 27. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Arrangements for a Victorian wedding by Janet Nellis, a synopsis is An account of the arrangements made for the marriage in Galashiels of Andrews Stewart Fisher to Elizabeth Tait with details as on the arranging and the ceremony It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Tait & Bruce W.S., there are the following articles: The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Tangier, there are the following articles: In the hands of the Turk by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is The story of a collection to pay a ransom of a man who fell into the hands of a Turk. This is as told in the Register of the Privy Council for the year 1677. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Tanish, there are the following articles: A family of Tanish by P. Tanish- Hardie, a synopsis is George Tanish who married Catherine Gilroy from Selkirk and their decendants. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 4.
For the topic Tarakanoff, there are the following articles: The Barons Folly by John D. Wood, a synopsis is The Barons Folly at Lilliards Edge. Built by Sir John Rutherford of Edgerston. He was a Russian Baron. It was as a banker he first made his mark and connections with the Russian navy, he made his fortune. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Tat, there are the following articles: Minute Book of the Cordiners of Selkirk 1785 to 1835 by , a synopsis is Some background on the Guild of the Cordiners (Souters) of Selkirk following the donation by Dave Anderson of a transcription of their records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 91.
For the topic Tates, there are the following articles: Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Taxation, there are the following articles: Roll of Taxes on Clocks and Watches by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some details on the taxation of clocks and watches during the period of the Napoleonic Wars. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Taylor, there are the following articles: From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78;
Bondagers of the Borders by Liz Taylor, a synopsis is Liz Taylor presented a most informative talk to members of the society, this is a short story of Bondagers. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Teeswater, there are the following articles: At The Beginning by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is A tale of one mans delve into family history from the U.K. to Canada and beyond. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Telescope, there are the following articles: James Veitch - Border Astronomer by Bill Veitch, a synopsis is Shot extract of a talk given by Mr. Bill Veitch to the Society on the 15th of May 1994. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Telfer, there are the following articles: Pringles by Alexander Watson/ Liz McGregor, a synopsis is A letter regarding the Pringles of Overhaugh Street, Galashiels and a Captain George Sharp Pringle, with response and follow-up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
North Dumfries, Ontario by Mr G. Clark, a synopsis is North Dumfries, Ontario - how John Clark set up and built a settlement. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Telford, there are the following articles: My Namesake by Helen (Telford) Reichenbach, a synopsis is About the Telford family from the Hawick area. He moved around from Langlee, Ancrum. They were buried in Melrose. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 3;
Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41;
Nostalgic Memories by Sandra Devlin, a synopsis is Sandra Devlin of Queensland sent a copy of a letter written in Langholm in 1934 by T. Ritchie to his cousin, Dr. T. Oliver. An abridged version is printed in this volume. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Tenant, there are the following articles: Uncleanness at Edrom by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A tale of impropriety extracted from the Edrom Session Records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Tennessee, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40;
Fredrick Thomas Eckford by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Biography of F T Eckford, Second Lieutenant, 12th (Green’s) Tennessee Cavalry Regt. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Territorials, there are the following articles: The Peeblesshire Volunteers by , a synopsis is A review of a book written by Society member, Robert D Knox, on the history of the Peeblesshire Rifle Volunteers between 1860 and 1908. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Terror, there are the following articles: North West passage-the Melrose connection by , a synopsis is It is 150 years since the explorer, Sir John Franklin, vanished. This is the tale of a Melrose man who was with him on the long journey to find the North West Passage. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Teviotdale, there are the following articles: Newspapers published in the Borders by Peter Elliot, a synopsis is Border newspapers published in the Borders, 65 in total. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 5.
For the topic Texas, there are the following articles: James S. Hogg, 1851-1906, Governor of Texas - Were His Ancestors Borderers ? by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Biography of James Hogg, with reference to his ancestors and relatives after arrival in Boston in 1699. Other emigrant Hoggs mentioned. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic The Black Douglas, there are the following articles: Galashiels Murrays in New South Wales by Donald Wyte, a synopsis is Murrays first came to the fore in Eccles, follow them through generations. There is also a very touching letter in the article. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic The Gala Brass Band, there are the following articles: An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic The Luggie, there are the following articles: Baillie John Smail of Galashiels by , a synopsis is Baillie Smail, born at Clovenfords, was First Baillie in 1867, and was renowned for severe punishment . He died of chronic alcoholism. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic The Seasons, there are the following articles: Captain Cook's Border Background by Dr Jim Trainer, a synopsis is The history of Captain James Cook and the Ednam connection. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Thirestane Castle, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of that Ilk by G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the story of the background and demise of Robert Lauder of that ilk (d.1598), one of the last to be recorded with that appellation. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Thom, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A transcription of death notices in the local newspaper. There are too many names to list them all. Only those with extended entries are indexed. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Thomas, there are the following articles: Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Thomas J Clapperton, there are the following articles: WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Thompson, there are the following articles: Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
Andrew Thompson (Convict, Emancipist and Philanthropist) by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Yetholm born Andrew Thompson transported to Australia for petty theft but who went on to become a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and one of the most influential men in the Colony. How a town square created by him and now the oldest surviving in Australia is under threat and of attempts to try to preserve this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Thompson Square Windsor N.S.W. - a memorial to two Scotsman by Nina Butler, a synopsis is A report on the campaign to save an historic town square named after James Thompson, born Yetholm, convict emancipist and philanthropist. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Thomson, there are the following articles: Diary of James Alexander Sligh aged 18 by , a synopsis is A description of a diary kept by a young bank clerk in 1876. Selected extracts are included. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
The Pedigree of the Selkirk Family of Selkirk , Scotland by James Selkirk, a synopsis is A family tree of the Selkirk Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2;
James Thomson - A Man for all Seasons by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life and works of Border poet, James Thomson. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
Stoddart by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is Margaret Stoddart, born 1831, and her very interesting history. From stot-herd,one who tended cattle 1376. Earliest mention in Douglas Barony of Buittle. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
Muckle Giggots and Sheep lost in the Snow by C S Borthwick, a synopsis is A memory of Tibbie Shiel by Margaret Turnbull, of James Thomson, the Shepherd of Whitehope, lost in the snow. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Escape from Dingleton by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Some of the inmates of Dingleton Asylum, Melrose tried to escape. A few entries from the Register of escapes are listed here. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
A Border Tragedy - Hawick 900 Court of Record and Civil Records by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An article on cases of Breach of Promise. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86;
The Famous and Infamous of the Jeffrey Family by George Martin, a synopsis is Absorbing biography of James Jeffrey, son of James Jeffrey and Elizabeth Sinton, and his career as a famous gardener. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 46;
A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
James Thomson, Capt. James Cook R.N., Ednam and Cleveland by P. D. Thomson, a synopsis is The connection of Rev. James Thomson and Capt. Cook with the village of Ednam. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Know Your Parish - Ednam by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is History of the parish of Ednam and some inhabitants. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 24;
m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Thorburn, there are the following articles: David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Baillie John Smail of Galashiels by , a synopsis is Baillie Smail, born at Clovenfords, was First Baillie in 1867, and was renowned for severe punishment . He died of chronic alcoholism. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Thornwood House, there are the following articles: John Thomas Rochead by , a synopsis is Some notes on the life of John Thomas Rochead, architect with particular reference to his work at Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic Threlkeld, there are the following articles: The Reverand Alexander Naughley by Eddie Wren, a synopsis is A very interesting account of a Parish Clergyman from Stow to Threlkeld and his life story. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Tibbie Shiel, there are the following articles: Muckle Giggots and Sheep lost in the Snow by C S Borthwick, a synopsis is A memory of Tibbie Shiel by Margaret Turnbull, of James Thomson, the Shepherd of Whitehope, lost in the snow. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Tibbie Shiels, there are the following articles: Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32;
An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Tinnies Castle, there are the following articles: The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24.
For the topic Tinnis, there are the following articles: Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Tobacco, there are the following articles: Totties in Sweden by , a synopsis is Note about Thomas Tottie, from Jedburgh, born in 1664, a tobacco manufacturer, extracted from Th. A. Fischer’s The Scots in Sweden (Edinburgh, 1907). It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Todd, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Tokens, there are the following articles: Granny's Bawbees and other coins (part 2) by Peter Munro, a synopsis is The writer traces the history of coinage in Scotland and talks of shop cheques or tokens particularly instancing Co-operative stores and also mentioning J.A. Game's tea shop in Hawick. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Tolls, there are the following articles: The Infamous Jeffrey by George Martin, a synopsis is Toll-roads in the Borders, toll bars, and William Jeffrey's involvement in protests against them. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Toodyay, there are the following articles: A Six Year Family History Investigation by Andrew Brown, a synopsis is Absorbing account of James Drummond, botanist, born at Hawthornden (near Lasswade), and Thomas Drummond (also a botanist). It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic Toronto, there are the following articles: From Coldstream to Canada by James Burns, a synopsis is The Galbraith history from Coldstream to Toronto University. A comprehensive account of the Galbraiths. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Ontario Genealogical Society summer camp by D. C. Jeffrey, a synopsis is Where to research in Ontario for your Canadian cousins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Torwoodlee, there are the following articles: Torwoodlee Tower by James Pringle, a synopsis is Some history of Torwoodlee Tower, Galashiels and proposals to restore and renovate. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Working on the Railroad by M. L.. Lawson, a synopsis is Railroad incidents recorded during the construction of the Galashiels section of the Waverley line 1884-45 It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Tottfield, there are the following articles: Savages of the North by Vivienne S. Moore, a synopsis is Short letter from James Usher to Walter Scott 1828. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Tottie, there are the following articles: Totties in Sweden by , a synopsis is Note about Thomas Tottie, from Jedburgh, born in 1664, a tobacco manufacturer, extracted from Th. A. Fischer’s The Scots in Sweden (Edinburgh, 1907). It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Tower Hill Chapel, Wooler, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This article, reprinted by permission of Northumberland and Durham FHS, is a list of persons in communion rolls, who had moved from the Scottish Borders. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Town Yetholm, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued from issue 41. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42.
For the topic Trabrown, there are the following articles: The Heriots of Trabrown by Ray Harriot, a synopsis is An account by the author of his book 'The Heriots of Trabown in which he traces the history of the family and its various branches from earliest times. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic tradesmen, there are the following articles: Kelso Tradesmen Transcription Project by Juline Baird, a synopsis is Note on a project to transcribe the records of nineteenth century Kelso tradesmen It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Trafalgar, there are the following articles: A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Transport, there are the following articles: Travellers Tales in the Borders by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is This is the text of Fred's talk to the Society on 25th April 2004. Absorbing review of public road transport in the Borders mainly in the 20th century. It is 9 pages or more long. It's in issue no 55.
For the topic Traquair, there are the following articles: Shillinglaw Walls by Jean Shillinglaw Ridley, a synopsis is Shillinglaw Tower not far from Traquair it is not only a heap of stones - an interesting tale. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
The poor, crime and punishment,and the power of the Kirk in the Borders, 17th & 18th Centuries by M. C. Lawson, a synopsis is When paupers died, the contents of their houses were sold by public roup. This is an account of one sale and the strength of the Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Traquair House, there are the following articles: Harper Family Tree by Mrs B. Logan, a synopsis is This is a copy of a family tree of the Harper family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Treveleyan, there are the following articles: The Ayton Bard by A. Michael Mennim, a synopsis is This is in issues 16 and 17. Robert Mennon was a well known Borders bard and contributed to many Scottish weeklies. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16.
For the topic Trinidad, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - Births 1854-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Previous compilations of intimations have related to events in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and the USA. These relate to births in other locations, of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58;
About the Shillinglaw by Ada Elizabeth Shillinglaw, a synopsis is Family history about the Shillinglaws family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 5.
For the topic Tristan da Cunha, there are the following articles: Governor Glass by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on William Glass, born in Kelso who went on to establish the colony of Tristan da Cunha in the South Atlantic and to become its first Governor. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 75;
An Opaque Glass by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is About William Glass (or Glasgow), who had become the first governor of the South Atlantic Island of Tristan da Cunha, honoured by the Friends of Kelso Museum in 1996. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Trotter, there are the following articles: The Trotters of Sprouston and Hadden - Part 2 by Jenny Fairman, a synopsis is Absorbing account of the author's researches into her Trotter ancestry. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53;
The Trotters of Sprouston and Hadden - Part 1 by Jenny Fairman, a synopsis is Absorbing account of the author's researches into her Trotter ancestry. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 52;
Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Troup, there are the following articles: A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Trows, there are the following articles: Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Trumbell, there are the following articles: The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Tully, there are the following articles: Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Turk, there are the following articles: In the hands of the Turk by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is The story of a collection to pay a ransom of a man who fell into the hands of a Turk. This is as told in the Register of the Privy Council for the year 1677. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Turnbull, there are the following articles: m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Some Selkirk Worthies by George Turnbull, a synopsis is Notes on some Selkirk 'worthies' of old. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82;
Hawick and District from Old Photographs by , a synopsis is Some notes on the recently published book 'Hawick and District from Old Photographs', by Alastair M Redpath. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89;
Extracts from "The Border Magazine" January 1832 by Mrs O. Wilson-Croome, a synopsis is A List of names and ages from births, marriages, and deaths in and around Berwick on Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 35;
The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44;
On the Buses by Charles Borthwick, a synopsis is An article from The Southern Reporter of October 29th 1959 about George Turnbull's working life from 1913 to 1959, as a chauffeur or mechanic until 1924, then various jobs for a local bus company. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
North Dumfries, Ontario by Mr G. Clark, a synopsis is North Dumfries, Ontario - how John Clark set up and built a settlement. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Letters of Slains 1569--A family puzzle by Jean Smithers, a synopsis is An intriguing tale of death and complaint in 1569. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12;
The Turnbulls of Minto Cleuchead, Burnfoot and East Middle by Mrs. Robyn Crossle, a synopsis is From Hawick to Australia Extracts from a book of more than three hundred pages . It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
They Went To Australia by Janet Godden, a synopsis is Fascinating account of the Turnbulls journey from Ancrum to Australia via Cape Town, and life afterwards. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 43;
Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Muckle Giggots and Sheep lost in the Snow by C S Borthwick, a synopsis is A memory of Tibbie Shiel by Margaret Turnbull, of James Thomson, the Shepherd of Whitehope, lost in the snow. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
The Miller Family of Hawick, Scotland and Delaware County, New York by C. Raymond La Fever, a synopsis is This Miller family who emigrated from Hawick or Roberton-they set up a farm in the Catskill mountains of New York. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
Early Notices of the Gladstones by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is A detailed article on the early history of the Gladstone family. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87;
Selkirk Migrants 1850--1865 by Alison Scott, a synopsis is A list of emigrants from Selkirk to various parts home and abroad, from the diary of the minister of Selkirk Parish Kirk. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9;
From the Scottish Borders to South Australia by Ruth Oliver, a synopsis is An account of the lives of William Oliver his wife Elizabeth Turnbull who were married at Jedburgh in1833 who emigrated to South Australia, their family and subsequent life, Contains much genealogy and notes on the Oliver DNA project. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78;
It’s in the blood by Anne Turnbull, a synopsis is Notes about why Anne, a member of the Society Council, became interested in family history. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 57;
Flowers of the Forest: Borderers who fell at Flodden by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Names of the Borderers who died at the battle of Flodden, 1514. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Rules/Turnbulls of Rule water by John Simpson, a synopsis is A written account of the Rule family. His wife who was Mary Rule, traces her family directly to 1693 near Norham. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 6.
For the topic Turner, there are the following articles: Charles McGinn by Michael and Chris Hume, a synopsis is Some notes on Charles McGinn born at Stow in 1865 and his emigration to Australia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87;
My dig into the Past by Mr Turner, a synopsis is How a birthday party of Melrose Bridge led to a very interesting tale of one man's family search. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
Granny's Bawbees and other Coins by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An account of the currency of Scotland from Roman times to 1603 explaining coins such as ryals, dollars, merks, groats, bawbees, bodles and turners. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 77;
Following in the Footsteps of Robert Redpath. by Irene J Redpath, a synopsis is The story of one man's journey to mine gold in Australia. There is reference to two diaries kept by other men on the voyage from Glasgow to Townsville, Queensland. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 69;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is History of the family from around 1840. Continued from issue 27. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 28;
Grantshouse and the Turner family by James Burns, a synopsis is The history of Grantshouse and one of its sons, James Turner. Continued in issue 28. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 27;
Ayton History Society by , a synopsis is Note on a booklet 'The History of Ayton and other personal Recollections published by Ayton History Society; includes extracts from the work of T Ramsay Turner, an account by an unknown author entitled 'Happy Childhood Reminiscences of 1876' and some works by the local poet Robert Mennon. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Turnpike, there are the following articles: The Infamous Jeffrey by George Martin, a synopsis is Toll-roads in the Borders, toll bars, and William Jeffrey's involvement in protests against them. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 58.
For the topic Tushielaw, there are the following articles: Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Tweed, there are the following articles: Moves to Restore the Union Bridge by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of moves to restore the Union Bridge linking Scotland and England at the lowest crossing point on the River Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Rob of Trows by Mrs M. E. Mason, a synopsis is Born at Birgham, Rob was a favorite with anglers of all classes, "peer and peasant alike". A boatman of great distinction on the Tweed. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic Tweedie, there are the following articles: Know Your Parish - Tweedsmuir by Jean Moffatt, a synopsis is Hstory of the parish of Tweedsmuir, and notable people. Drawing of Polmood in ruins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23;
The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Tweedknowe, there are the following articles: Tweedmount House Tweedmount Road Melrose by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is A great deal of research has gone into this article on a house from when the land was bought to when it was last sold. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38.
For the topic Tweedside, there are the following articles: Reminiscences of Sixty Years Ago by J.G. Stanly, a synopsis is A poem about the Eastern Borders, Tweedside Water Eye. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Tweedside Antiquarian Soc, there are the following articles: Sir Thomas Brisbane by Zilla Oddy, a synopsis is From a request to Kelso Museum for details on Sir Thomas Brisbane. A history of Makerston and the City of Brisbane He was also a keen astronomer. Very interesting. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Tweedsmuir, there are the following articles: Know Your Parish - Tweedsmuir by Jean Moffatt, a synopsis is Hstory of the parish of Tweedsmuir, and notable people. Drawing of Polmood in ruins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23;
The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
The Tweedsmuir Connection by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is Report of the society's summer outing to Upper Tweeddale. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13.
For the topic Tyningham, there are the following articles: Mellerstain by M. Ellis, a synopsis is Synopsis of a talk on "Mellerstain" given to the society on 15th October 1995. It is a very good account of the mansion and its keepers from the past to the present. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Tynninghame, there are the following articles: Robert Lauder of that Ilk by G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is This is the story of the background and demise of Robert Lauder of that ilk (d.1598), one of the last to be recorded with that appellation. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Tytler, there are the following articles: Lauder of Edrington,the castle and early references by Gregory Lauder Frost, a synopsis is The history of the Lauder's from when they owned the Bass Rock to when they were custodians of Berwick on Tweed castle. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41.
For the topic Umbria, there are the following articles: Forgotten Borders Andrew Cocburn 1871- 1955 by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Born Kelso 1871 of a Blacksmith. Second engineer on the Lusitania,he also had two terms on the Mauretania . It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Unemployment, there are the following articles: Aspects of Borders Life in the early 1840s by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Part 2 of a talk given to the Society on 19th September 1999. Discusses wages of artisans, workers’ household budget, unemployment, poor relief, and medical assistance. Continued from issue 44, and in issue 46. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic Union Bridge, there are the following articles: Moves to Restore the Union Bridge by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An account of moves to restore the Union Bridge linking Scotland and England at the lowest crossing point on the River Tweed. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic United States, there are the following articles: Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic Unthank Farm, there are the following articles: Family Tree Maker Online by Allan McVittie, a synopsis is Description of some of the features and benefits of using a family history computer program with the Internet It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Upsettlington, there are the following articles: Bygone Days by Eleanor Moffat, a synopsis is This is the text of Eleanor's fascinating talk on Upsettlington (also known as Ladykirk) from the 12th century onwards, given to the Society on 19th October 2003. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Urban Geography, there are the following articles: Addressing History and Visualising Urban Geography by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Report on a event showing how data from all sorts of different sources can be brought together to produce maps giving detailed information on all sorts of subjects and interests. As an example an illustration of how the prevalence of paupers in different areas in Edinburgh in 1845 could be shown on a map It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Urr, there are the following articles: Coulter's Candy by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some investigation into the life and background of Robert Coltart, confectionery manufacturer who probably compiled the song 'Coulter's Candy', his connections with Galashiels and the history of the song. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic USA, there are the following articles: William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12;
American Intimations in the Hawick Advertiser Births 1859-1900 and Marriages 1855-1872 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Births and marriages in America of people originally from Hawick and surrounding area. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
Bowmakers and Currys in the New World by Norman J Bowmaker, a synopsis is Border origins of author's family, and arrivals in New York and Montreal. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Archives at Robert Smail’s Printing Works by David Rudram, a synopsis is A brief history of the famous Robert Smail’s Printing Works at Innerleithen which was started in 1866, and about their wonderful archives. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
The Dumma Family of Kelso by Shirley Dumma, a synopsis is James Dumma, born 1790, in Kelso; Helen Hay, and their descendants, many of whom went to England, USA, and Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 48;
m Roxburghshire to Delaware County: The 19th Century Miller Letters - Part 1 by John W. Hoy, a synopsis is Account of letters written between 1818 and 1864 from Scotland to David Miller (1795-1883), and his wives, and relatives. David Miller was the son of Thomas Miller, a beadle of Roberton Kirk. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64;
Cousin Fred from Hawick by Jim Dickson, a synopsis is Problems tracing the history of a Dickson family who had lived in the Lauder area from the 17th century, It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
A Lad o' Pairts- George Watson (1876 -1950) by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life of George Watson (1876-1950) born in Jedburgh, linguist and etymologist who worked on the Oxford New English Dictionary before emigrating to United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
From Kelso to Kalamazoo by Margaret Jeary, a synopsis is An account of the life of George 'Celery' Taylor' born in Kelso in 1803 gardener who emigrated to Kalamazoo, Michigan and is noted for introducing celery into the United States. Kept a detailed diary which also records his experiences on his return visits to Scotland in 1871 and 1874. It is long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Usher, there are the following articles: Savages of the North by Vivienne S. Moore, a synopsis is Short letter from James Usher to Walter Scott 1828. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 14.
For the topic Utah, there are the following articles: From Crosslee to Salt Lake City by George Clark, a synopsis is The journey of William Scott Clark from Ettrick to Idaho. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Vair, there are the following articles: Strayed far from Berwickshire by G.H. Jeffery, a synopsis is This is a small article on Berwickshire strays in the township of Canden East in the county of Lennox and Addington in Ontario, Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Valuation Rolls, there are the following articles: Farms And Smallholdings at Foulden - 1920-21 by Brian Patten, a synopsis is Transcription of Valuation Rolls for Foulden It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 50.
For the topic Veitch, there are the following articles: Peeblesshire Families and Clans by Malcolm Archibald, a synopsis is The history of a few Peeblesshire families, Tweedies, Naesmiths, Gledstanes, Veitches, and others. Some very interesting stories come from this chapter. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33;
James Veitch - Border Astronomer by Bill Veitch, a synopsis is Shot extract of a talk given by Mr. Bill Veitch to the Society on the 15th of May 1994. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 26;
Who was Robert Proudfoot? by Chris Proudfoot, a synopsis is A look by the author at his Proudfoot ancestry and mysteries surrounding it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
The Wild Bunch by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is History of the Tweedie clan. Includes line drawings of ruins of Tinnies and Drumelzier castles. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 24;
Pringles by Alexander Watson/ Liz McGregor, a synopsis is A letter regarding the Pringles of Overhaugh Street, Galashiels and a Captain George Sharp Pringle, with response and follow-up. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Veitches, there are the following articles: Know your parish -Peebles by Jean Moffat, a synopsis is Arms of the Burgh Chartes. Families. Fairs, Transport A good history of the town and tale or two. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Victoria, there are the following articles: Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Victoria Cross, there are the following articles: Piper Laidlaw Memorial by , a synopsis is Notes on a ceremony to mark the 100th. Anniversary of the events during the Battle of Loos leading to the awarding of the Victoria Cross to Piper Daniel Laidlaw. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Violet, there are the following articles: The Jardine Clan Society by Family History News, a synopsis is Formed in 1977. Came from France 1066, settled in Anndale; now, branches of the family world wide. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Virtue, there are the following articles: Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish Register by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is List of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 13;
Old Uncle by Margery V. Turnbull, a synopsis is Brief biopic about Alexander Virtue, sometime schoolmaster at Nenthorn. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Volunteers, there are the following articles: With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Review of a book donated to the Society ' With the Border Volunteers to Pretoria' by Lieut William Home recording their exploits during the Boer War and with a detailed list of names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
The Peeblesshire Volunteers by , a synopsis is A review of a book written by Society member, Robert D Knox, on the history of the Peeblesshire Rifle Volunteers between 1860 and 1908. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Voy, there are the following articles: Mrs Euphemia Voy by Benjamin Moody, a synopsis is Obituary of Euphemia Voy, first wife of William Voy, who died at Coldstream on 24th March 1891. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic W. Chirnside, there are the following articles: Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Waddell, there are the following articles: The Case of the missing Registers by Gavin Waddell, a synopsis is In 1818 Jean Waddell a humble tailor's daughter found by chance she could inherit a estate in Linlithgowshire. How she went about trying to prove her case. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
A History of the Waddells of Scotland by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'A History of the Waddells of Scotland' by Gavin Main Waddell tracing the history of the name and the various branches of the family. The main branch of the family originated from Stow still known today by some as The Stow of Wedale. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Wage Books, there are the following articles: Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Wages, there are the following articles: The Way We Were by Colin Wood, a synopsis is Berwickshire farm servants wages from 1751 and how the farm hand had to make the hovel of a house more habitable. It was not the good old days, it was slavery. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 15;
A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20.
For the topic Wagon Trains, there are the following articles: Thomas Lewins 1816-1858 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Thomas Lewins' life, emigration to Canada, his family, and eventual re-migration to California. It is 7 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic Wait, there are the following articles: A Nostalgic Visit to Lauder and Channelkirk by Prof. Charles Wait, a synopsis is A report of the author's return from South Africa, his attendance at a late night Church service in Lauder, the erection of a plaque and his family connections with the area. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Walcheren Expedition, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2.
For the topic Waldie, there are the following articles: Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
A Remarkable Coincidence by Mike Brydon, a synopsis is Anecdote of a visit to the Society's library. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Walker, there are the following articles: Selkirk Protocol Books. An amazing Discovery by , a synopsis is A hidden hoard of 16th and 17th century documents from Selkirk. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 7;
Strayed far from Berwickshire by G.H. Jeffery, a synopsis is This is a small article on Berwickshire strays in the township of Canden East in the county of Lennox and Addington in Ontario, Canada. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Rev. Robert Douglas, 1747-1820 The father of Galashiels by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Rev. Robert Douglas, minister of Galashiels, 1747-1820, was a man of great ability and served his parishioners so well he was called "The Father of Galashiels". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37;
Rob of Trows by , a synopsis is A very prince of a Tweed boatman. That was the description of Rob by Sir Robert Maxwell in his Book "The Story of the Tweed". It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Susanna Pringle's Birthday book by Maxine Flaherty, a synopsis is This Pringle tale goes from Browndeanlaw to Yetholm, London, New Brunswick and beyond-very interesting. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 16;
From Yellow to Golden, the stately history of the Golden Retriever' by , a synopsis is An account po the history of the Golden Retriever and its Borders connection. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Fame/Infamy/Riches - a history of the Greig family by Jim Greig, a synopsis is About the Greigs of Manchester and Oldham, originally from Ayton and Earlston. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 62;
Forgotten Borderers--Andrew Walker (1808-1896) by , a synopsis is Andrew Walker, born Earlston, worked at Newton Don and moved eventually to Camden and started a Ragged School. He emigrated to Troy in New York and died there. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 30;
Born in the Borders by Barbara E. Turner, a synopsis is A list of names that have been extraced from the Death Index (1855-6) of Victoria, Australia. Also, where to obtain copies of death certificates. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Some birth extracts from the Kelso Mail in 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
Kelso Mail Extracts by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Six birth announcements published in the newspaper in 1803 & 1804. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 73.
For the topic Walkers, there are the following articles: The Altarstone at Stobo by Isobel Jardine, a synopsis is Stobo Slate Quarry "inferior to no slate whatever". Also a connection to Merlin and Arthur. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Wallace, there are the following articles: Who was Robert Proudfoot? by Chris Proudfoot, a synopsis is A look by the author at his Proudfoot ancestry and mysteries surrounding it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Melrose to Melbourne - The Story of one Wallace family by Richard Balsillie, a synopsis is Interesting account of the author's Wallace research, ancestral emigration from Melrose to Sydney, Australia, farming, and the army. Two interesting photographs, too. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 67;
The Origins of William Wallace by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Notes of the genealogy of William Wallace and suggested connections to the FitzAlans and Stewarts. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
My dig into the past by A. Turner, a synopsis is Peebleshire family and from other parts of the Borders, an interesting tale. Also history of various bridges over the Tweed. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Walter Mason, there are the following articles: The Walter Mason Papers by Walter Elliot, a synopsis is The Walter Mason Papers. This is a brief description of the collection held by the museum services of Scottish Borders Council. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19.
For the topic Walter Scott, there are the following articles: The battle of Otterburn 600th Anniversary by Violet Jardine, a synopsis is The history of the battle of Otterburn and the families that took part, also, Walter Scott's version is different to that of the English version in The Chevy chase. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 8.
For the topic Wanless, there are the following articles: A Tale of Two Sisters by Gordon Roy Fairbairn, a synopsis is A Wanless family’s emigration from Yetholm to Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
Longformacus by , a synopsis is A cautionary tale from 1871 and some extracts from the school log book, It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
The People of the Lammermuirs by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is Detailed history of the Lammermuirs from Celtic times to the 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 23.
For the topic War Memorials, there are the following articles: Coldstream History Society by , a synopsis is A note on a project recently undertaken by the Society including the transcription of the graveyard at Lennel Cemetery, Coldstream and also a project to record detailed genealogical information of all names appearing on War Memorials in Berwickshire and North Northumberland. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79;
The War Memorial at Minto by Roger J Owen by , a synopsis is Some paragraphs on the book 'The War Memorial at Minto' by Roger J Owen. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic War of Spanish Independence, there are the following articles: Elspeth Ewan’s talk on Army Military History by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Synopsis of talk. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 43.
For the topic Warchope, there are the following articles: Rev. John Baird (1799-1861)--Friend of the Gypsies by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is John Baird was Minister at Kirk Yetholm. He was responsible for the new bridge , rebuilding the Kirk and School. He also educated the Gypsies and brought them into the community. was a founder member of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26.
For the topic Warick, there are the following articles: Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30.
For the topic Warkworth Castle, there are the following articles: Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Warmath, there are the following articles: Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, Sergeants, 4th Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA by Jeffry W. Gatlin, a synopsis is Account of Becton Eckford and William Wallace Eckford, and their activities in the Tennessee Infantry Regt, CSA. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40.
For the topic Watches, there are the following articles: Roll of Taxes on Clocks and Watches by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some details on the taxation of clocks and watches during the period of the Napoleonic Wars. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 75.
For the topic Watchtower, there are the following articles: A grave look at the Borders by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is This must be one of the great stories ever to be printed in our magazine - it is the story of grave snatchers, and how one brave chap got his just reward. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 21.
For the topic Waterloo, there are the following articles: Waterloo and Beyond by Kenneth McLean, a synopsis is Some notes by the author on his attempt to find gravestones and memorials to those who died in the Napoleonic Wars. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Watson, there are the following articles: Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Jedburgh Place Names by , a synopsis is Notes on a book 'Jedburgh Place Names' put together by Society member, Norrie McLeish, from articles written by George Watson. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 81;
W.W 2 Auxiliaries by , a synopsis is Some notes on the work of the World War 2 Auxiliaries or the British Resistance Army. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88;
Isabella Smith 1814-1904 by Mary Newbery, a synopsis is Account of Isabella Smith from Coldingham. Berwickshire; and her descendants. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 57;
The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18;
A Lad o' Pairts- George Watson (1876 -1950) by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life of George Watson (1876-1950) born in Jedburgh, linguist and etymologist who worked on the Oxford New English Dictionary before emigrating to United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Duns Auxiliary Unit by , a synopsis is Further information on the Duns Auxiliary Unit. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 88;
James Watson (Author and Historian of Jedburgh Abbey) by Rachel (Thomson) Falldien, a synopsis is Account of the life of James Watson, weaver, grocer, poet and writer of Jedburgh, the author's great grandfather, his descendants, and emigration to USA and Canada. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68;
Names of Soldiers and others who died in India mainly between 1930-36 by , a synopsis is A list of names and their regiments, and where buried. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 30;
Old soldiers of the eighteenth century by E. A. Gray, a synopsis is This is a list and some extracts from War Office records at the Public Record Office at Kew. If you are studying shoemakers - read this. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic Wauch, there are the following articles: Roxburgh Here ! by John Fairbairn, a synopsis is Extract from the memoirs of the late John Fairbairn, born 28th March 1912, married in 1937, who died on 20th July 2003. He worked for the Kelso Chronicle, and later was the editor of the Hobart Mercury, Tasmania. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Wauchope, there are the following articles: Roxburgh Here ! by John Fairbairn, a synopsis is Extract from the memoirs of the late John Fairbairn, born 28th March 1912, married in 1937, who died on 20th July 2003. He worked for the Kelso Chronicle, and later was the editor of the Hobart Mercury, Tasmania. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 54.
For the topic Waugh, there are the following articles: K.O.S.B. Memories by Gavin Richardson, a synopsis is This is a look at the talk given by Gavin Richardson, who must be the best informed on the first world war and Gallipoli. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
Jedburgh Border Games, 1919 by John Murray, a synopsis is Cannon-fire at 6am signalled the start of the Games. Has notes of winners of various events. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 63;
Kennington/Cowe Family History. Part 2 - Emigration to New Brunswick 1837 - James Cowe & Isabella Donaldson by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Details of the lives of further branches of the Cowe family including one that emigrated to New Brunswick. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71.
For the topic Wear, there are the following articles: The Rutherford Letters by Ann F Rutherford, Robert Turnbull, George Hay, a synopsis is These letters come from a collection written by Rutherfords, in Ancrum to their folks in Canada. 4 are from 1852, and one from1928. Many names of Ancrum and nearby people mentioned. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Weatherhead, there are the following articles: Uncleanness at Edrom by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A tale of impropriety extracted from the Edrom Session Records. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Weavers, there are the following articles: The Boston Family of Gattonside by M.C.Lawson, a synopsis is A tale of hand loom weavers from Gattonside who decided to visit a sister in Canada. How they eventually decided to emigrate over to Canada and they walked from New York to Upper Canada. Most of the family are buried in Melrose Church Yard. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39.
For the topic Weaving, there are the following articles: Family History Records by Juline Baird, a synopsis is An archivist from the Heritage Hub in Hawick discusses a range of records that can be used to provide a fuller picture of our ancestors It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Weazleton, there are the following articles: Placenames in the Ancrum area by , a synopsis is Review of book 'Placenames in the Ancrum area' by David Cain. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Web Sites, there are the following articles: The Delights and Drawbacks of Working with One's Web Pages by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Text of the talk given at the Society’s Open Meeting on 16th September 2001. Suggestions on building a personal website. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 47.
For the topic Webb, there are the following articles: Borderers in the Victorian Marriages Registers (1853-1895) by Barbara Turner, a synopsis is This is a list of marriages in issues 16,17 and 18. It is a list of Border counties as their place of birth, when the married in Victoria, Australia between 1853 and 1895. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 18;
Australian deaths recorded in Hawick Advertiser part 2 1874-1890 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Deaths in the Hawick Advertiser, it also covers other parts of the Borders. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Website, there are the following articles: Scottish Borders Memory Bank Website by , a synopsis is Brief note about the launch of the website and its contents. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 46;
Society Website by Peter Munro, a synopsis is An update about the Society's website, and the new Maintaining Interests function. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 56;
Borders Family History Society Website by Peter Munro, a synopsis is Description of the Society's website pages. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 53.
For the topic Webster, there are the following articles: An account of the number of people in Scotland in the year 1755 by Peter Munro, a synopsis is A review of a document held by the National Archive of Scotland giving details of the population, life expectancy and religious affiliation, It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 69.
For the topic Wedale, there are the following articles: Stow of Wedale by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is An announcement of the publication of Stow Monumental Inscriptions with details of all names. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
A History of the Waddells of Scotland by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'A History of the Waddells of Scotland' by Gavin Main Waddell tracing the history of the name and the various branches of the family. The main branch of the family originated from Stow still known today by some as The Stow of Wedale. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 83.
For the topic Wedderburn, there are the following articles: Cockburns of that ilk by Russell Wilson Cockburn, a synopsis is The origins of Cockburns in Berwickshire It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Wedding, there are the following articles: Arrangements for a Victorian wedding by Janet Nellis, a synopsis is An account of the arrangements made for the marriage in Galashiels of Andrews Stewart Fisher to Elizabeth Tait with details as on the arranging and the ceremony It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Weirhill, there are the following articles: William Dick (1849 - 1932) by Margaret Dick, a synopsis is Account of William Dick, a blacksmith in Fountainhall and his family It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 63.
For the topic Wellington, there are the following articles: Alexander Turnbull and his Family by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is If you have any Turnbulls in your family and you think that you came from the Borders, this is a must for you. Turnbulls from Galashiels, Selkirk, and Hawick. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Welsh, there are the following articles: To Follow the Dogs and Carry the Stick by Bob Jaffray, a synopsis is An account of life and shepherding in the Lammermuirs before and during and immediately after the Second World War. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Bowden School Records by , a synopsis is Bowden School admission records from 1872. Also lists their parent or guardian. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25;
A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
William Welsh - The Dowie Dens o' Yarrow by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on William Welsh author of a book of poetry in 1838 and on the origins of the Ballad 'The Dowie Dens of Yarrow'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65.
For the topic West Indies, there are the following articles: Miscellaneous Intimations in Hawick Advertiser - 1855-1900 by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is A list of marriages of people from various places (including Argentina, Australia, Bermuda, Burma, Canada, Chile, China, France, Hong Kong, India, Italy, South Africa, Trinidad) intimated in the Hawick Advertiser between 1855-1900, with brief additional notes on some items. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 68.
For the topic West Port School, there are the following articles: Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic West Riddel, there are the following articles: Border - Line Experiences Of a Canadian Researcher by Robert L. Morden, a synopsis is The Ainslie born in Lilliesleaf and how a trip from Canada to research the family ended in a book. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Westerkirk, there are the following articles: The Palseys of Craig by R.C.Wood, a synopsis is The story of Palseys of Craig - a two part story in issues 2 and 3 covers military and personnel accounts of many Palsleys, if you are connected, it must be for you. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 2;
Nostalgic Memories by Sandra Devlin, a synopsis is Sandra Devlin of Queensland sent a copy of a letter written in Langholm in 1934 by T. Ritchie to his cousin, Dr. T. Oliver. An abridged version is printed in this volume. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 33.
For the topic Westminster Abbey, there are the following articles: James Thomson - A Man for all Seasons by Norrie McLeish, a synopsis is An account of the life and works of Border poet, James Thomson. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Weston, there are the following articles: More Extracts from the Kelso Mail 1804 by , a synopsis is Miscellaneous Extracts from the Kelso Mail of 1804. It is long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Westruther, there are the following articles: The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Wetherstone, there are the following articles: A 'Scot' Moves to South Africa by Tony Little, a synopsis is Biography of Archibald Little, born Melrose, 11th Jan 1829, died 13 Dec 1921, Johannesburg. Brief notes on his occupations, and service in the Basuto War. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 44.
For the topic Whillans, there are the following articles: The Lillico Family - Chain Migrants to Gloucester Township, Ontario by Eleanor Lillico, a synopsis is The story of a family that emigrated from Roxburghshire to Ontario It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 70.
For the topic Whillis, there are the following articles: John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth by , a synopsis is Some notes on the John Whillis Exhibition, Eyemouth and the associated exhibition on sailing ships connected including the 'Cutty Sark'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
Eyemouth Museum by , a synopsis is Notes of an exhibition in Eyemouth Museum about John Whillis. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic Whisky, there are the following articles: Life in Melrose--150 years ago by Colin Wood, a synopsis is This is the account of family life in Melrose in the first half of last century, from an autobiography of Catherine Helen Spence. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 11.
For the topic White, there are the following articles: Maxwellheugh Cottage - the biography of a house by Isobel Gordon, a synopsis is A review of the families who had inhabited a house on the outskirts of Kelso. It is 8 pages or more long. It's in issue no 73;
Kennington/Cowe Family History. Part 2 - Emigration to New Brunswick 1837 - James Cowe & Isabella Donaldson by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is Details of the lives of further branches of the Cowe family including one that emigrated to New Brunswick. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 71;
Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass by , a synopsis is A review of the book 'Lady Helen Hall of Dunglass'; by Sally Wilson. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Whitehead, there are the following articles: Some Purves families in Duns Berwickshire by Mrs. Evelyn Carlson, a synopsis is A well known Berwickshire name Purves, a family from Duns in 1634 and his heirs. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22.
For the topic Whitehope, there are the following articles: Muckle Giggots and Sheep lost in the Snow by C S Borthwick, a synopsis is A memory of Tibbie Shiel by Margaret Turnbull, of James Thomson, the Shepherd of Whitehope, lost in the snow. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Whitekirk, there are the following articles: The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29.
For the topic Whiteslade, there are the following articles: Whiteslade, Berwickshire, and its Owners by G.M.S. Lauder Frost, a synopsis is Many have seen this ruin on the way from Greenlaw to Lauder, and often wondered about the history of this once great fortress. This article covers it magnificently. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Whitsome, there are the following articles: Ontario Genealogical Society summer camp by D. C. Jeffrey, a synopsis is Where to research in Ontario for your Canadian cousins. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Whitson, there are the following articles: William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Whyte, there are the following articles: Peebles Combination Poorhouse by Janis Miller, a synopsis is A brief history of poorhouses in general and Peebles Poorhouse in particular. It includes some information about staff and inmates in the late 19th century. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 74;
From Cowal to the Borders by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is The Agricultural migration of workers and the history of the Whyte Family. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7.
For the topic Wight, there are the following articles: Update to 'Bringing science to genealogy' by Lorna Henderson, a synopsis is An update on a DNA project that was first described in Volume 67, pages 1 -4 June 2008. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 72.
For the topic Wilberforce, there are the following articles: Birthplace Ednam by , a synopsis is An account of some of the famous people born in the Parish of Ednam. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.
For the topic Wilkie, there are the following articles: Who was Robert Proudfoot? by Chris Proudfoot, a synopsis is A look by the author at his Proudfoot ancestry and mysteries surrounding it. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90.
For the topic William Caldwell, there are the following articles: Emigration from the Borders by Marjorie Gavin, a synopsis is Emigration opportunities available to Borderers in the late 19th century, to Australia, Canada, and the United States. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32.
For the topic William Minor, there are the following articles: James Augustus Henry Murray (1837-1915) by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is Biography of James Murray, a linguist, philologist, teacher. He was one of the founders of the Oxford English dictionary. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 45.
For the topic William Wallace, there are the following articles: The Origins of William Wallace by Gregory Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Notes of the genealogy of William Wallace and suggested connections to the FitzAlans and Stewarts. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81.
For the topic Williamson, there are the following articles: The Case of Agnes Gray by , a synopsis is Taken from the Session Minutes of Melrose Parish Registers (1723-1741). A sad tale of a young girl who was cited to present herself before the Kirk Session. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 19;
In the hands of the Turk by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is The story of a collection to pay a ransom of a man who fell into the hands of a Turk. This is as told in the Register of the Privy Council for the year 1677. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Restoration of Gravestone at Peebles - James Sloane by , a synopsis is An account of the restoration of a gravestone in the churchyard at Peebles of James Sloane who was rector of Peebles Grammar School between 1802 and 1843. Also extracts on James Sloane from a book 'Glimpses of Peebles and Forgotten Characters in its History' by Alexander Williamson published in 1895. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 84;
Memorials to the late Rev Thomas Williamson by , a synopsis is Detail of a book on the Rev Thomas Williamson. minister of Melrose Secession Church for 30 years. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 90;
Links with old Peebles Families by Rena Stewart, a synopsis is A investigating search into old Peebles families. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Willie Leggat, there are the following articles: Cavers & District by Jean Muir, a synopsis is Talk given in February 2007 about the history of the kirk and parish of Cavers, and its links with Melrose, St Cuthbert, and other famous people. It is 6 pages or more long. It's in issue no 64.
For the topic Willie Mitchie, there are the following articles: Some epitaphs written by Robert Burns by , a synopsis is Epitaphs written by Robert Burns on Gavin Hamilton, his own father, Willie Mitchie and Robert Fergusson, poet. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 76.
For the topic Willkinson, there are the following articles: Baillie John Smail of Galashiels by , a synopsis is Baillie Smail, born at Clovenfords, was First Baillie in 1867, and was renowned for severe punishment . He died of chronic alcoholism. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 36.
For the topic Wills, there are the following articles: Soldiers' Wills by , a synopsis is A brief article of Soldiers' Wills and how to access on line. It is long. It's in issue no 86;
Borders Family History Inaugural Lecture by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is Inaugural talk on the basic sources for looking into your family history. Dealing with parochial registers, census returns, etc. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1.
For the topic Wilson, there are the following articles: A Teri Forever- My Rich Border Heritage by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Nostalgia about Hawick, and the revelation that some of her ancestors came from southern England, she has researched back to 500AD on her direct paternal line and from 1699 on other lines. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 66;
Tweedmount House Tweedmount Road Melrose by Valerie Mackay, a synopsis is A great deal of research has gone into this article on a house from when the land was bought to when it was last sold. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 38;
Inheritances and Family History by Anne Golden, a synopsis is A short article on the inheritance of a pair of silver sugar tongs which had originally belonged to Walter Laing Wilson and his wife Janet Nichol of Ancrum. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 78;
Who was Gordon Stewart of Hawick? by Anne Golden, a synopsis is Intriguing investigation into an adopted great uncle who died in World War I, and turned out to be a blood relative. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 65;
The Early Kyles of Castleton, Scotland by John Murray and Gavid Irvine, a synopsis is The researching of the Kyles and their history right through from the 1745 rebellion to living in Kelso in the 21st Century. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 39;
Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
Great Grandfather's Clock by Bill Stewart, a synopsis is An account by the author of a clock belonging to his great grandfather which he came upon when holidaying in Australia. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 91;
More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Wilton, there are the following articles: The Parish of Langlands by Michael Langlands, a synopsis is The parish of Langlands and the history of old leper hospital at Rutherford. Also the history of Langton that was absorbed into Wilton. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Wilton Church, there are the following articles: William Elliot, Architect by Kathleen Stewart, a synopsis is The family history of William Elliot and descriptions of some of the fine house's he built. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 15.
For the topic Windsor, there are the following articles: William Kerr--Portrait of a Canadian Immigrant by Colin Wood, a synopsis is John Kerr from Peebles, emigrated to America, fought in the Civil War, was honorably discharged and settled down to a farmer's life. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Windyknowe, there are the following articles: Galashiels and some of its families by Ian Miller, a synopsis is Talk given to the society by Mr. Ian Miller, President of the Old Gala Club. Gala indeed goes back along way perhaps even to 7000 B.C. It covers the history up to the 19th Century. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Winslow, there are the following articles: Pleasant Sunday Afternoons and the Lad o' Pairts by Anne F Golden, a synopsis is An account of the activities of the Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Group formed in Hawick in 1932 with details of some of the theatrical performances which they staged. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89.
For the topic Wishaw, there are the following articles: The Haliburtens of Sprouston by D.N. Haliburton, a synopsis is Origins of the Haliburtons; William who had 12 children and their emigration to New Zealand. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 12.
For the topic Witchcraft, there are the following articles: 17th. Century Borders Witchcraft Trials; the role of reputation by Mary Craig, a synopsis is A resume by the author of her talk to the Society on witchcraft in the Borders, evidence of witchcraft and sentences and the reasons for its particular prevalence in Scotland. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 78.
For the topic Wood, there are the following articles: In the hands of the Turk by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is The story of a collection to pay a ransom of a man who fell into the hands of a Turk. This is as told in the Register of the Privy Council for the year 1677. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 21;
Pleasant Sunday Afternoons by , a synopsis is A follow up on the article in the previous magazine on the activities of the Hawick Pleasant Sunday Afternoons Group. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Donation to Society Archive by , a synopsis is An acknowledgement of the donation to the Society of the book ' John Wood (blacksmith) - from Scotland to Rawdon N.S. in 1815 and his Descendants'. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 86.
For the topic Woodhouslees, there are the following articles: A Border family and the curious case of Sherlock Holmes by John Webley, a synopsis is About the author's ancestor, William Scott, his cattle dealing partnership with George Bell, and his coal-mine at Rowanburn in the 18th century, and Dr Joseph Bell, the inspiration for Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60.
For the topic Wooler Common, there are the following articles: Bowmakers and Currys in the new world by Norman Bowmaker, a synopsis is The history of the Bowmakers and Currys before and after they emigrated to the New World. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 10.
For the topic Wordsworth, there are the following articles: Laidlawstiel, Clovenfords by Margaret Lawson, a synopsis is This is history bought to life with Walter Scott, William Wordsworth and Prime Minister Gladstone. For anyone interested in Clovenfords you must read this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic World War 1, there are the following articles: World War 1 Rugby Internationalists by Esher Davies, a synopsis is An account by the author of how she sought out and visited the memorials to international rugby players who lost their lives in World War 1. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85;
WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
John Keddie Linton by Mrs. Dee Brook, a synopsis is An enquiry regarding John Keddie Linton killed in action during World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Saving and Sharing Borders Stories of WWI by , a synopsis is Reference to the project by Live Borders Museum and Library Services to commemorate the Borders experience during the Great War. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic World War 2, there are the following articles: W.W 2 Auxiliaries by , a synopsis is Some notes on the work of the World War 2 Auxiliaries or the British Resistance Army. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic World War II, there are the following articles: W.W 2 Auxiliaries by , a synopsis is Some notes on the work of the World War 2 Auxiliaries or the British Resistance Army. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Wray, there are the following articles: A light-hearted tale--Epitaphs by Ian Abernethy, a synopsis is We will never know what is written on our headstone, this article it gives you some ideas. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31.
For the topic Wright, there are the following articles: Church and School Connections in the Borders: 1717-1869 and earlier by Charles Hoy, a synopsis is Account of various Hoy ancestors, many connected with the Church. A lot of research has gone into this. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 40;
Hawick Baptists in the First World War by , a synopsis is Reference to a book 'Hawick Baptists in the First World War' by Roger J Owen donated to the Society. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
Kings Own Scottish Borderers by Helen Rreichenbach, a synopsis is A list of men who died in the Boer War in outlying places. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Lowland Scots in Prussia by G.M.S.Lauder-Frost, a synopsis is Absorbing account of Scots mainly in Danzig and Konigsberg from 15th to 17th centuries. A lot of names recorded. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 45;
Jerdan Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The family history of the Jerdans, who they married, and where they lived in the Borders. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34.
For the topic Wullies Bell, there are the following articles: Memories of Ayton by Patricia Payne, a synopsis is Mrs Patricia Payne was so interested in the articles on 'The Ayton Bard' that she felt the need to record some of her memories of Ayton before all was forgotten. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 18.
For the topic WW1, there are the following articles: Bessie Dora Bowhill, a wartime nurse by , a synopsis is An account of the life of Bessie Dora Bowhill born Bunkle and Preston, Berwickshire who became, a nurse and worked in South Africa during the Boer War - her further experience during the First World War working with Dr Elsie Inglis in Serbia. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 85.
For the topic WWI, there are the following articles: WWI Commemoration by , a synopsis is Some notes on the 100th Anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1, the Galashiels War Memorial, the sculptor Thomas J Clapperton, Field Marshall Haig, Bemersyde, the Cochrane family and those from Galashiels who lost their lives. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 85;
David Reid Dewar - Another of War's Victims by Margaret Ross, a synopsis is The story of David Reid Dewar, originally from Cumnock but who moved to Peebles before enlisting and being severely mentally affected by his experiences in the Great War. His subsequent life when he was described as 'confused, incoherent and delusional'. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
John Keddie Linton by Mrs. Dee Brook, a synopsis is An enquiry regarding John Keddie Linton killed in action during World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Band of Brothers by Trevor Stewart, a synopsis is An account of the First World War experiences of the Murdoch family, originally from Perthshire but who settled in Galashiels, their deaths and tragedies and the effect of the families back home. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Granddad's Medals by David Rudram, a synopsis is A description of the campaign medals awarded to servicemen and women in WWI. The medal records are often the only record of a forebears service in the army during that conflict. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 72;
Jimmy Blakemore - A War Casualty by David Quensell, a synopsis is The story of Lancelot Lionel Blakemore (alias 'Jimmy'), a Londoner who was severely wounded, losing both his legs during the First World War. He was sent to Birgham to recuperate where he met and married Katherine Scott and where he worked as a cobbler for the remainder of his life. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 90;
Gravestone Photos by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is A note on a facility provided by the Society to photograph individual gravestones, a report on one such request for a photograph of a stone to the Rev. Gilmour Neil in Drumelzier and a note on his experiences in World War 1 and how he sought to find " a little Parish, a thousand miles from anywhere". It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
World War 1 Exhibition by , a synopsis is An account of an exhibition staged by the Society to mark the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 86;
Saving and Sharing Borders Stories of WWI by , a synopsis is Reference to the project by Live Borders Museum and Library Services to commemorate the Borders experience during the Great War. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 91;
World War 1 Medical Records by Peter Munro, a synopsis is How to access information of doctors and other medical staff who served during World War 1 and what information might be available. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 84.
For the topic WWII, there are the following articles: Floors Castle Hospital by , a synopsis is Note on inventory lists and photographs which have come to light dating from the Second World War and an appeal for more information. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 79.
For the topic Yair, there are the following articles: Two Sutherland Factors by Jane Gibson, a synopsis is Two brothers from Yair who were factors for Sutherland. It also covers the Highland Clearances right up to his death. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 9.
For the topic Yarrow, there are the following articles: An Elephantine trip to St Mary's Loch by K. MsRae, a synopsis is George Reavly in his history of Galashiels notes that fifty years ago not a gig could be got to hire. One of the largest trips that ever left Galashiels propelled by horse power. On the trip to St Marys Loch. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 22;
Know your Parish: Yarrow by Audrey Mitchell, a synopsis is A journey down through the Yarrow valley from top to bottom It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 32;
The mole catchers of Lilliesleaf by Mrs S.J. Hodgkinson, a synopsis is The story of a mole and rabbit catcher in the Lilliesleaf area. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 18;
A History of the Brydons by Mrs Joan Scott Stewart, a synopsis is For some hundreds of years there has been Brydons in the Borders. From Gilston, Broadmeadows, and overseas. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 7;
Why couldn’t he have been called Ebenezer ? by Jessie Hislop, a synopsis is Article examining which John Little is the author's ancestor. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 42;
William Welsh - The Dowie Dens o' Yarrow by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on William Welsh author of a book of poetry in 1838 and on the origins of the Ballad 'The Dowie Dens of Yarrow'. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 81;
A Canadian Connection by Jenifer Payne, a synopsis is Copies of letters sent from Canada in 1864 - they make very interesting reading. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 25.
For the topic Yellow Retriever, there are the following articles: From Yellow to Golden, the stately history of the Golden Retriever' by , a synopsis is An account po the history of the Golden Retriever and its Borders connection. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 88.
For the topic Yellow Retriever, there are the following articles: The Yellow Retriever by , a synopsis is Note on a book on the dog, the Yellow Retriever, a breed of dog known today as The Golden Retriever. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 82.
For the topic Yetholm, there are the following articles: Rev. John Baird (1799-1861)--Friend of the Gypsies by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is John Baird was Minister at Kirk Yetholm. He was responsible for the new bridge , rebuilding the Kirk and School. He also educated the Gypsies and brought them into the community. was a founder member of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
Thompson Square Windsor N.S.W. - a memorial to two Scotsman by Nina Butler, a synopsis is A report on the campaign to save an historic town square named after James Thompson, born Yetholm, convict emancipist and philanthropist. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 89;
Andrew Thompson (Convict, Emancipist and Philanthropist) by Ronald Morrison, a synopsis is Some notes on the life of Yetholm born Andrew Thompson transported to Australia for petty theft but who went on to become a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist and one of the most influential men in the Colony. How a town square created by him and now the oldest surviving in Australia is under threat and of attempts to try to preserve this. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 81;
Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41;
The Bennets of Grubet by Donald Whyte, a synopsis is An old Roxburghshire family associated with Kirk Yetholm and the Gypsies and their descendents. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 29;
Jerdan Family History by Fred Kennington, a synopsis is The family history of the Jerdans, who they married, and where they lived in the Borders. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 34;
A Tale of Two Sisters by Gordon Roy Fairbairn, a synopsis is A Wanless family’s emigration from Yetholm to Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 49;
The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
The Flowers of the Forest by Andrew Cockburn, a synopsis is Borders who fell at Flodden A list of nobility who fell in the battle The rank and file fell with no records. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 26;
The Gladstones-A study by G.M.S. Lauder-frost, a synopsis is This is a brief outline of the Gladstone family here in the Borders and as far away as Edinburgh, and Norwich. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 35.
For the topic Yorkie, there are the following articles: Yorkie, the Gentle Shepherd by Carol Trotter, a synopsis is Note about a tramp, known as Yorkie, as well as his picture on the cover. It is less than 1 page long. It's in issue no 52.
For the topic Young, there are the following articles: A Tale of Two Brothers and a Photographic Puzzle by Ben Haslam, a synopsis is A tale of and contrast between two brothers Robert (later Sir Robert) and William Laidlaw born in Bonchester Bridge; Sir Robert who set up a chain of multiples in India , known as 'The Selfridges of the East' and became a Member of Parliament and William who ran a grocery shop in Canada. It is 3 pages or more long. It's in issue no 88;
Drumlanrig School - 'The Ragged School' by Marjorie A. Gavin, a synopsis is Engaging account of the 150 year history of Drumlanrig School, originally the 'Ragged School' serving an area known as the West End of Hawick. It is 10 pages or more long. It's in issue no 60;
North Dumfries, Ontario by Mr G. Clark, a synopsis is North Dumfries, Ontario - how John Clark set up and built a settlement. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 32;
Reminiscences of Childhood by a Matron of 78 by Jim Wilson, a synopsis is Narrative written by the author's great grandfather's sister about their emigration from Scotland to New York in 1829. Continued in issue 42. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 41;
Presbyterian Migration into Northumberland by Don Mason, a synopsis is This is a list of names from the Communion Rolls of some Presbyterian churches in Northumberland. This is in more than one Magazine. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 19;
The Kirk Yetholm Gypsies by A. V. Tokley, a synopsis is If you are connected to Yetholm, this is a must for you, it covers the gypsies from Persia right through to being settled in Kirk Yetholm. It is in two parts: issue 31 and 32. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 31;
Border Treaties of Assurance by W.H. Oliver, a synopsis is Text from the Hamilton papers on the Treaties signed by the Border Barons with the English in 1544 . Followed by a list of the Border Clans in 1597 in the East March. It is 5 pages or more long. It's in issue no 1;
The Muster-Roll of the Jedburgh Company of Volunteers of 1804 by Sandra Duncan, a synopsis is List of men from Sergeants, Corporals, and Privates, it also gives you their trade at the time. Total of men 108. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 3.
For the topic Younger, there are the following articles: A Border Lady of the Old School by , a synopsis is Interview with Mrs Jane Henderson Thomson Bell aged 83 in 1910 about her life. Written in Scots. It is 4 pages or more long. It's in issue no 20;
More Gladstones by Warren A. Spence, a synopsis is More history of the Gladstones covers a family from Kirk Yetholm and their emigration to Australia and New Zealand. It lists many decendants from this family. It is 1 page or more long. It's in issue no 37.
For the topic Ypres, there are the following articles: 100 year Belgian connection to the Borders by Esther Davies, a synopsis is The story of a Belgian lady who every evening attended the memorial ceremony at the Menin Gate in Ypres and her Borders connection. It is 2 pages or more long. It's in issue no 87.