Publications arising from the project include the following:

Taylor, Simon. 2023. From kestrels to foul marshes: light on a parish in the Merse c.1200. In ‘With our Backs to the Ocean’: Land, Lordship, Climate Change, and Environment in the North-West European Past. Essays in Memory of Alasdair Ross, edited by Richard Oram. Turnhout: Brepols, 183–204.

Grannd, Dàibhidh MacGriogair. 2022. Hill-terms in the place-names of Berwickshire. PhD thesis, University of Glasgow. https:/

Hough, Carole. 2022. Old Northumbrian in the Scottish Borders: evidence from place-names. Historical English in Contact, edited by Bettelou Los, Chris Cummins, Lisa Gotthard, Alpo Honkapohja, and Benjamin Molineaux (Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 359). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 75-95.

Taylor, Simon. 2021. ‘Flemish’ settlement in Upper Clydesdale in the 12th and 13th centuries: the evidence of place-names. The Journal of Scottish Name Studies 15, 32–62.

Hough, Carole. 2019–21. ‘Place-Names, Languages and Identity on the Anglo-Scottish border’. Nomina 40, 75–97.

Hough, Carole. 2020. The migration of Old English to Scotland: place-name evidence for early Northumbrian settlement in Berwickshire. Language on the Move across Domains and Communities, edited by Joanna Kopaczyk and Robert McColl Millar. Aberdeen: Forum for Research on the Languages of Scotland and Ulster, 231–250.

Hough, Carole. 2020. The etymology of pot ‘deep hole, pit’. Notes and Queries 67.1, 27–31.

Hough, Carole. 2020. Place-name evidence for the etymology of Scots carse. Notes and Queries 67.1, 31–32.

Williamson, Eila. 2019-2020. Scotland’s Ordnance Survey Name Books: a ‘treasure trove’ for toponymists. Scottish Archives 25/26, 42-55.

Hough, Carole. 2019-2020. The Berwickshire Place-Name Resource. Scottish Archives 25/26, 56-72.

Hough, Carole. 2019. An online resource for Berwickshire place-names. Scottish Place-Name News 46, 6–8.

Williamson, Eila. 2018. Names of salmon pools in Berwickshire. Onomastica Uralica 12, 87–100.

Hough, Carole. 2018. Misleading personal names in Berwickshire place-names. Katharina och namnen: Vänskrift till Katharina Leibring på 60-årsdagen den 20 januari 2018, edited by Leila Mattfolk and Kristina Neumüller, Namn och samhälle 30. (Uppsala: Institutet für språk och folkminnen och Ortnamnssällskapet), 161–166.

Hough, Carole. 2018. Place-name evidence for Old English dialects. Onomastica Uralica 11, 159–68.

Hough, Carole. 2018. Wrangham: a place-name in the wrang place. Scottish Place-Name News 45, 7–9.

Williamson, Eila. 2016–18. Literary influences on Berwickshire place-names. Nomina 39, 21–56.

Williamson, Eila. 2017. Language, literature and place-names. Scottish Place-Name News 43, 12–14.

Taylor, Simon. 2017. Yes, some of the earliest recorded Scottish place-names. Scottish Place-Name News 43, 3–8.

Hough, Carole. 2017. Place-names and the history of Scots. History Scotland 17.3, 38–39.

Hough, Carole. 2017. Recovering the Earliest English Language in Scotland (REELS). Scottish Place-Name News 43, 2–3.

Hough, Carole. 2017. Silverdale in Lancashire: the place-name and the hoard. Notes and Queries 64.2, 223–227.

Hough, Carole. 2016. Recovering the Earliest English Language in Scotland: evidence from place-names. Nomina 38, 101–115.