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Local History Books (A) [66 of 122]

· Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Author / Title | Shelf Mark | Type | Location | Keywords
Scottish Executive. - Inspection of the Care and Welfare of Resident . - HM Inspectors of, 1999 | Af25.2 | Local Reference | Local History...

Local History Books (9) [4 of 6]

· Author: East Lothian Archive Service

Author / Title | Shelf Mark | Type | Location | Keywords
Lambie, Paul. - A walk around historic Musselburgh . - Musselburgh Muse, 2011 | 941.13 | Local Reference | Local History/John Gray Centre ...

Remote Farm

Identifier: MEL10296 · Date: Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Mound

Side Plantation, Fountainside

Identifier: MEL8029 · Date: Burnt Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Small mound, possibly a burnt mound

Battle-law, Penicuik

Identifier: MEL8035 · Date: Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Mound with cinerary urns and finds of Roman and Bronze Age date

Torfichen Hill

Identifier: MEL8262 · Date: Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NT35SW 21 334 535.

This mound is situated between two small drainage ditches at the foot of the NW-facing slopes of Torfichen Hill, about 1km SW of the disused quarries on Broad Law. It is compo...

Newton, Bell’s Law

Identifier: MEL8362 · Date: Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NT36NW 2 3161 6982.

(NT 3161 6982) Bell's Law is a small artificial mound. It is said that it was thrown up by an army who encamped in the vicinity, but nothing authentic can be ascertained.
Na...

Loquhariot

Identifier: MEL8497 · Date: Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NT36SE 63 3689 607

Mound.
OS 6" map annotated by O G S Crawford, undated.

An earth-covered rubbish tip on a natural rise.
Visited by OS (JLD) 2 September 1954.

NMRS REPORT DATE: 21/02/2000

Pillar Knowe

Identifier: MEL8688 · Date: Burnt Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

NT15NE 58 1788 5864 and 1787 5858

Two burnt mounds lying approximately 50m apart on the lower SW-facing slopes of Pillar Knowe at a point SE of where the Walstone Burn eminates from the hillside...

Salterford

Identifier: MEL8696 · Date: Burnt Mound · Author: MidLothian Council HER

Two mounds, possibly burnt mounds