Cessford is a hamlet about a mile south of the B6401 road, in the Scottish Borders area of Scotland. The placename is from Gaelic 'ceis' and means 'the wattled causeway over the ford'; spellings vary between Cesfuird, Cesford, Cessfoord, Cessfuird, and Cessfurde.
- Scott, T (1897) 'Collection of flint arrow-heads, spearheads, knives, scrapers, borers, flakes - about 600 in all - from Craigsfordmains mostly', Hist Berwickshire Natur Club, vol.15,1, pages 166-7.
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- RCAHMS. "Cessford (58313)". Canmore.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
- CANMORE/RCAHMS record of Cessford
- The Former Parish of Mow or Molle / Ker family
- George Crabb, Google book: Universal Historical Dictionary, the Kers of Cessford and of Fernihirst
- Kale Water Community Council
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