|County (until circa 1890)|
|• Total||899 km2 (347 sq mi)|
Peeblesshire (Siorrachd nam Pùballan in Gaelic), or the County of Peebles is a county of Scotland and borders Midlothian to the north, Selkirkshire to the east, Dumfriesshire to the south, and Lanarkshire to the west.
"This Order brings into force on 1st October 1999 in the areas of the Counties of Berwick, East Lothian, Roxburgh, Selkirk and Peebles sections 2(1) and (2) and 3(3) of the Land Registration (Scotland) Act 1979. Section 2(1) and (2) provides for the circumstances in which an interest in land shall be registrable and section 3(3) provides that certain persons are to obtain a real right only by registration." 
Its main town is Peebles.
The term Peeblesshire is still in common usage with local inhabitants as a form of identity and is regularly used in addresses.
The lands of Traquair were granted by King Robert the Bruce to Sir James Douglas, Lord of Douglas. The manor was later in the hands of the Murray family, the Douglas of Cluny then the Boyds before becoming forfeit to the crown.
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Refer to List of civil parishes in Scotland
- 1 Broughton, Scottish Borders
- 2 Drumelzier
- 3 Eddleston
- 4 Glenholm List of listed buildings in Broughton, Glenholm And Kilbucho, Scottish Borders
- 5 Innerleithen
- 6 Kirkurd
- 7 Kilbucho
- 8 Linton West Linton
- 9 Lyne
- 10 ( Lyne and Megget )
- 11 Manor
- 12 Newlands, Scottish Borders
- 13 Peebles
- 14 Skirling List of listed buildings in Skirling, Scottish Borders
- 15 Stobo Stobo Castle
- 16 Traquair
- 17 Tweedsmuir
Towns in County of Peebles listed in the Land Register. 
- Land Register Counties & Operational Dates
- "Peebles High School".
- Registers of Scotland. Publications, leaflets, Land Register Counties. http://www.ros.gov.uk/public/publications/leaflets.html
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