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Wullie Posted - 08 September 2009 : 20:00:31
Has anyone informationabout Hemphaugh Galashiels.On an old map it is situated around theMill Park dam head area. My g-greatgrandmother was born there 0n23/12/1845. Baptised Elizabeth Purves at Stow.

I've now found out it was a farm at the bottom of Lee Bray.
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terianne Posted - 06 May 2010 : 14:23:20
Try getting hold of a copy of Halls history of Galashiels on CD or Books - Hemphaugh is mentioned in it and it will probably be mention in most of the book on galashiels

BFHS have it on CD's

Anne Turnbull

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