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The goal of this Team is to make all County profiles the best that they can be. It is our desire to leave a lasting legacy of work for future generations by sourcing, connecting and growing our County branches of the tree.

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Peeblesshire Genealogical and Historical Resources

  • Duncan, John Stuart (2005). The Royal Burgh of Peebles in the nineteenth century : the impact of a locally organised railway on a moribund Scottish county town. PhD thesis The Open University.


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Thanks to Beth (Brown-18795) for the pointer to the history of the Tweedie Family.
posted by Douglas Hope
It looks like the famous Stewart’s of Scotland was living here as well. Also found another page you might be interested in as well.




Hi here small video of some history.

I found it researching veitches. Your welcome to use it in group or watch it for fun.



Thanks Billie. I've added it into the team profile.
posted by Douglas Hope
Hi I researching The Vache-Veitch family from area. I added them to project.




Thanks for this. If you come across anymore relating to Peeblesshire, be sure to post on here.

Thanks Douglas Hope Peebles-shire Team

posted by Douglas Hope
Hello, My name is Tim Nesmith. My ancestors held baronets in Peebelsshire. Our ancestral name is NaeSmyth. Interested in anything I can learn in regards to my ancestry in Peeblesshire.
posted by Tim Nesmith