Allanbank, Scottish Borders

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Allanbank is a village near Allanton, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland, in the historic county of Berwickshire.

Allanbank Chapel was dedicated to St. Mary and was located in a small field named Chapel Haugh.

Places nearby include the Blackadder Water, Duns, Earlston, Edrom, Gavinton, Kelloe, Kimmerghame House, and the Whiteadder Water.

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References[edit]

  • Ewart, G (2008c) 'Allanbank House, Scottish Borders (Edrom parish), monitoring', Discovery Excav Scot, New, vol.9 Cathedral Communications Limited, Wiltshire, England. Page 157
  • Strang, C A (1994) 'Borders and Berwick:an illustrated architectural guide to the Scottish Borders and Tweed valley, RIAS / Landmark Trust series (Edinburgh), page 39
  • Cowan, I B (1967), 'The parishes of medieval Scotland, Edinburgh.
  • Ferguson, J (1892) 'Notices of remains of pre-reformation churches, etc., in Berwickshire'.

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Coordinates: 55°47′03″N 2°14′01″W / 55.78425°N 2.2337°W / 55.78425; -2.2337