List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURNTISLAND STREET [Nairn] Burntisland Street
Burntisland Street
Burntisland Street
Burntisland Street
Alexander Falconer S.S. [Sheriff's Substitute]
Adam Davidson T.C. [Town Clerk]
Peter Falconer Insp. [Inspector] of Poor
Valuation Roll 1867-68
001 A Street extending from Harbour Street to King Street nearly in a parallel direction to Caledonian Street. The houses are from one to two storeys, chiefly slated, and in indifferent condition - property of various persons.
EAST GRANT STREET [Nairn] East Grant Street Adam Davidson, Town Clerk, on whose authority the name has been written, he having become responsible for the Town Councils agreeing to its being adopted to distinguish it from "Grant Street" of which it always formed part. 001 A short street extending from Union Street tp Grant Street, proper, from which it branches off at the sessional school, in an easterly direction to Union Street. The houses are generally of one storey in height slated & thatched, & in indifferent condition. Property of various persons - Note. This street has always been included in "Grant Street", but on the authority of A. Davidson Town Clerk, it has been distinguished from it by the prefix "East"
PLOUGH INN [Nairn] Plough Inn
Plough Inn
Plough Inn
Plough Inn
Alexander Falconer
Adam Davidson
Peter Falconer
Sign Board
001 A small public house at the west end of Simpson Street, one storey in height, slated & in good repair, property of R. Simpson, High Street, Nairn.

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