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Glennys Gow Posted - 01 February 2012 : 05:10:21
I believe the Ewe & Lamb Hotel may still stand at Hawick, and wonder if anyone has an image of the hotel or know something of its history. My ancestor's brother, Archibald Tait, Innkeeper at the Ewe & Lamb, died there in 1879. Archibald was the son of William Tait, Carrier of Hawick, and his wife Elizabeth Forsyth, his wife was Elizabeth Naylor. With thanks.
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Glennys Gow Posted - 02 February 2012 : 08:18:25
Anne I really appreciate your response and your suggestions - I will check further. If one exists, an old photograph would be wonderful to have!

With thanks
Glennys
terianne Posted - 01 February 2012 : 14:36:54
yes it does you can pick it out on google earth its located in the Sandbed area of Hawick in the corner the courtyard toward the river (junction between Buccleuch street and Orrock Place).
locally sometimes called the Monkey's Bar - why I don't know)

Try get in touch with the Archological Society it the main History Society in Hawick also try the Hertiage Hub for info.

or contact the Hotel itself, they might the history available

Anne Turnbull

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