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Parish of Carham
Sheet 9—13—[1?]T2

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The Law The Law Mr Henderson Senr On Sheet A prominent feature known by this
Mr Henderson Jnr 9.13 name Close to the farm house of Shiddlaw
map of Farm enquiry was made but it not now known
by the name of "Shid Law" although probally
it is the law from which the House and
farm has been named
St Cuthberts Church St Cuthberts Church Revd F. Thompson On Sheet This place of worship is very pleasantly
(Per. Curacy) (Perpetual Curacy) Mr Henderson 9.13 situated on the banks of the River Tweed
Post Office Directory about 3/4 of a mile from the Scottish
border. it was erected in 1791 – and
repaired in 1839 The present Incumbent
is the Revd. Francis Thompson L.L.B.
who has an assistant Curate
The Parsonage Parsonage Revd F. Thompson On Sheet A plain comfortable dwelling House
Mr Henderson Junr 9.13 in a garden a short distance east
from the Church. It is the residence
of the Parish Clergyman
William Boyd C/a

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