Marjoribanks a short history
Historic Documents Including Burials for Coldstream and Cornhill
•New Old Bridge in the Dub In the Berwickshire Naturalist Magazine 1925 In cutting a new saw pit in a garden the property of Mr. James Briggs near to Duke Street, the arch of an old bridge was discovered. Which is good reason to believe it had been erected in connection with the old Abbey near to which it stands. Workmen were employed to dig to the bottom of the walls supporting the arch and the entire arch and all the connected walls were exposed. This bridge is in direct line from the Abbey to the ford across the Leet. The top of the arch is 4 ½ feet below the present surface. The ground was formally marshy. When the arch was used as a Bridge it would answer well for foot passengers or beasts of burden. But allowing for a parapet it is too narrow for a vehicle being only 9 feet in width.
This is a document relating to the voyage of settlers who left our shores for a better life in New brunswick Canada.
Thomas Johnstone Cornhill Drowned
The first paper is a list of Emigrants.
The second is a wonderful tale of the Craig family.
The third is on the Cockburn Famliy
List of Persons who Ballott[ed] for Land in the Harvey Settlement
A short history of Harvey Station
From where did the emigrants come
Selkirk man who was killed at Coldstream Bridge 1910
Salmon and Trout fishings on Tillouth
This is from the sale document in the 1950’s