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Hutton

Berwickshire map

Hutton Parish is situated in south east Berwickshire on the border with England. The Parishes of Chirnside and Foulden are to the north, the Parish of Mordington lies to the east, the english County of Northumberland is on the south and the the Parishes of Ladykirk, Whitsome and Edrom all lie to the west.

Old Parish Records cover the periods:

  • Births: 1700 to 1854.
  • Marriages: 1702 to 1788 and 1798 to 1854.
  • Deaths: 1702 to 1765 and 1798 to 1854
Hutton Parish Church Hutton Parish Church

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Only pre 1855 memorial records have been transcribed (see below).

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Volumes available for consultation within our Archive

Magazine Articles;

Please note that the heading Author includes persons who have compiled or transcribed records; and that the topics indexed, and the synopses are subjective opinions.
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Title Synopsis Size Description Issue No Author
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish RegisterList of persons with the surname Renton that appear in the Hutton Old Parish Register.2 pages or more 13Norrie McLeish 
Extracts of the Hutton Session Records Jun 19th 1819 - Dec 7th 1821Transcribed extracts of the Hutton Session Records mainly about donations to the Poor, and a list of ministers since 1688. Lots of names.2 pages or more 50Heather Lough 
Rentons in the Hutton Old Parish RegisterFor anyone with a Renton in the family this is very interesting with full name, where, and the date they were born, and more.2 pages or more 10Norrie McLeish 
A Family of Shoemakers - The Allans of PaxtonInterest account of the Allans of Paxton who were shoemakers in Paxton from around 1800 till the beginning of World War II.4 pages or more 67Mary Newbery 
From Coldstream to CanadaThe Galbraith history from Coldstream to Toronto University. A comprehensive account of the Galbraiths.3 pages or more 26James Burns 
15 PARA - Jumping for JoyThe author's talk to the Society on 30th April 2006 about life in the Parachute Regiment, its history, and some of its characters.9 pages or more 61Alasdair Hutton 
A Berwickshire SchoolmasterJean Smithers has contributed this "nugget" from her investigations into the history of one of the strands of her ancestry.1 page or more 11Jean Smithers 



Map of Hutton from Quarter-inch to the mile, Scotland, 1921-1923 or One-inch to the mile, Popular edition, Scotland, 1920-1930
by kind permission of the National Library of Scotland.
Use the control at the top left of the map to zoom in or out and drag the map left, right, up, or down as you wish.

Other Sources

Scottish Borders Archives, The Hub Hawick

School Records

The Scottish National Archives, Edinburgh

Hutton Parish Church (Ref - CH2/466 & 901)

Maps

Berwickshire Naturalists' Club

Websites;

Contemporary news
The RCHAMS website Scotland's Places contains details of;

Place and Farm names in Census Records

1841 census: Hutton, Crook Inn, Hutton Mains, Sunwick, Crossrig, Canny Bank, Hutton Mill, Broadmeadows, Paddy Hall, Hutton Hall, Homefield, Paxton, Nabden, Spittal Mains, Clarabad, Chesterfield, Paxton North Mains, Nansfield, Plumburn, Fishwick, West Fishwick, Tweedhill.

1851 census: Hutton, Crossrig, Sunwick, West Fishwick, Broadmeadows, Fishwick, Tweedhill, Nansfield, Plumburn, Paxton, Paxton Glen, Nabton, Clarabed, Chesterfield, Hutton Mains, Spittal, Broadmeadows, Meadow House, Hutton Hall, Paddy Hall.

1861 census: Hutton, Spittal, Clarabad, Hutton Mill, Broadmeadows, Paddyhall, Huttonhall, Cannybank, Homefield, Paxton, Chesterfield, Wilson's Land, Clarevale, Crossrig, Sunwick, West Fishwick, Fishwick Mains, Nansfield, Plumburn, Tweedhill, Finchey, Nabdean.

Population;

The population has been recorded as follows:

Berwickshire map