Robgill Tower

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The 16th century Robgill Tower, since extended, perched on a hill overlooking the Kirtle Water

Robgill Tower is a village near Ecclefechan. It is primarily farming-oriented and residential.

Etymology[edit]

The village's name is from the Old English personal name Hreodbeorht (modern name Robert) and Old Norse gil "ravine". The name was recorded as Redbeilgill in 1125.

References[edit]

RCHAMS

Coordinates: 55°2′1″N 3°10′39″W / 55.03361°N 3.17750°W / 55.03361; -3.17750