, now an administrative area of the Scottish Borders region, home of Paxton House, a historic house built between 1758 and 1766. This was the former seat of the Paxton family and is now open to the public as a Partner Gallery of the National Galleries of
. Great Paxton and Little Paxton are villages in the ancient county of Huntingdonshire, now part of
. Both villages have kept relatively small over the years, but trace back to the
where they were listed as Pachstone and literally meant "farmstead of a man called Paecc" from the Old English
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