Re: Thomson/Thompson in the Borders of Scotland.
ROBERT F. RIDER
That's interesting. Thank you. I may be in luck by looking more there.
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Subject: Re: [ScotGen] Thomson/Thompson in the Borders of Scotland.
The following is a direct quotation from the Borders Family History webpage
“Selkirk Parish is situated in the County of the same name being bounded on the north by the Parishes of Caddonfoot and Galashiels, on the east by the Parishes of Bowden and Lilliesleaf and on the south-east by the Parish of Ashkirk all in Roxburghshire, on the south-west by the parish of Kirkhope and on the west by the Parish of Yarrow. Ashkirk is now linked with the ecclesiastical parish of Selkirk. “
From: ROBERT F. RIDER
Sent: Thursday, December 17, 2020 7:35 PM
Subject: [ScotGen] Thomson/Thompson
These are from the associated churches microfilm I ordered in and viewed and copied at my local LDS church.
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Midlem, August 15th.,1762
Robert Thomson and Agnes Elliott, his wife in Howdenhawgh in the parish of Ashkirk hade a child baptized at Hunlie before the congregation by minister Andrew Arnott in the associate congregation of Midlem. The childs name Andrew.