GLENHOLM, county of Peebles.

A Topographical dictionary of Scotland. . 1856.

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  • Mossfennan — is a small settlement in southern Scotland near Drumelzier in the Scottish Borders, in the valley of the River Tweed. House at Mossfennan Mossfennan is a wooded area part of the parish of Glenholm. There was once a peel tower at Mossfennan. Also… …   Wikipedia

  • Kilbucho —    KILBUCHO, county of Peebles.    See Broughton, Glenholm, and Kilbucho …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

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