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  • * British History Online *

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    Extracts from the records, 1667

    the tynds sett formerlie to the heritouris of the landis of Garngad, Gallowmuir and about Skellings myre, some aikers in Borrowfield, and the Parsone land, ar expyred, it is concludit that ane bank be sent throw the toune to wairne

    Extracts from the records, 1684

    the lands of Gairbraid, Lambhill, and Garroch, belonging to Ninian Hill; . . . Borrowfield, Nicolhouse, Camlachie and uthers belonging to John Walkinshaw, younger of Borrowfield; . . . Woodsyde, Meikle Cowcaddines, Blythis wood, with theise pairts of the lands

    Extracts from the records, 1688

    Colquhoune, lait baillie, livetennents, and David Colquhoune, tailzeor, ensigne to ane other of the companies; and John Walkinshaw, younger of Borrowfield and William Bogill, merchand, captaines, William Walkingshaw and James Cuthbert, merchand, livetennents, and John Stirling, maltman, ensigne to ane

    Extracts from the records, 1664

    pundis deburst be him to William Boyd for building of thrie brigs be the tounes imployment, ane therof betwixt and Borrowfield on Cumlachie burne, ane uther at the Kinning hous, and the thrid at Malsmyre betwixt and Goveane. Anent the

    Supplementary abstracts to charters in volume 2, 1578-1606

    . CHARTER by KING JAMES VI., under his great seal, whereby he granted in feu farm to James Forret of Borrowfield, and Jean Ogilvie, his spouse, a tenement of land, with kitchen and yard, called the manse of the rector

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    {' perform- ch, ance of a new method of applying horse-power to drive Gr machinery, which Major Renny Tailyour, of Borrowfield, fee has introduced at his steadiug at Newmaoswalls. The appa- du ratus, which is very simple in its design, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dunn, Esq. of Duntocher. John Greenshields, Esq. of Kerse. IMichael Rowan, Esq. Banker, Glasgow. Wm. Hosier, Esq. of Newvlands and Borrowfield. Colonel John Reid, Frankville, Ayrshire. David Cutthbertson, Esq. Accountant, Glasgow. ORDINARY DIRECTORS. | Wri. Young, Esq. M. D. Glasgow. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Devonshire. XIickleover Sacheverell Chandos Pole, and John Leaper Newton, Esqrs. Barrowecote John Leaper Newton, Esq. Doveridge Right Hon. Lord Waterpark- Borrowfield John Swindell,- Esq. Hasland DukeofDev)oubbire. Wirksworth, Crorsford, Matlock, Cow-, ley and Wilicrsley Charles Arkwright, Esq. Foremark Sir Hugh Bateman, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    GILTS (ages varying from 2 to 12 months) of the Large and Middle White Btesd. FOUR GILTS, served by "1 Borrowfield Rover," bred by Mr. Barron, of Borrowash. Most of these Pigs will Wi.lxhijted at the Derby- shire Agricultural Show, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was third with Borrowfield Ptince 'VIII. t (large white boar, farrowed in 1804 or 1S65), first in of the class for a pen of three large white boar pigs, ed farrowed in 1896, and commended with Borrowfield an Rose XIII.-large Subscribers-only content

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