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Stichill is a village in the historic county of Roxburghshire, a division of the Scottish Borders. Situated 2 miles to the north of the Burgh of Kelso, Stichill lies north of the Eden Water and 5 miles (8.0 km) from the English Border at Coldstream.
The village lies in the historic territory of the Pringles, a notorious Riding family of Border Reivers. The Pringles of Stichill are a cadet branch of the Pringles of Smailholm. Robert Pringle of Bartingbush purchased the lands of Stichill in 1628, and his grandson, another Robert Pringle, was created 1st Pringle Baronet of Stichill, in the Baronetcy of Nova Scotia, in 1683. The present laird is Lt-Gen Sir Steuart Robert Pringle, KBC, 10th Baronet. Please visit: *ClanPringle.org.uk
- Stichill Kirk
- List of places in the Scottish Borders
- List of places in East Lothian
- List of places in Midlothian
- List of places in Scotland
- RCAHMS record for Stichill Parish
- RCAHMS record: Stichill House, doocot
- RCAHMS/Canmore record of Stichill Manse, Steading
- SCRAN image: Stichill Manse, muck hole from byre to midden
- SCRAN image: Steam engine, boiler house, chimney, at Baillieknowe, Stichill
- Googlebook: Stichill during the Commonwealth
- Geograph photo 1198333: Stichill Linn
- Geograph photo 159277 Stichill village
- Stichill and surroundings on Ordnance Survey map
- ^ Balfour Paul, Scots Peerage Vol V pp291-2
- Balfour Paul, Sir James, The Scots Peerage IX Vols. Edinburgh 1907
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