List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
BURGHERS' BRAE [Nairn] Burgher's Brae
Burgher's Brae
Burgher's Brae
Alexander Falconer S.S. [Sheriff's Substitute]
Adam Davidson, Town Clerk
Peter Falconer, Insp. [Inspector] of Poor
001 A short lane branching off Harbour Street, opposite the east end of Caledonian Street, & forming a passage to the river. Property of various persons. Tradition says nothing regarding the origin of its appellation of "Burghers Brae".
CASTLE LANE [Nairn] Castle Lane
Castle Lane
Castle Lane
Alexander Falconer S.S. [Sheriff's Substitute]
Adam Davidson T.C. [Town Clerk]
Peter Falconer
Valuation Roll 1867-68
001 A narrow lane branching off High Street nearly opposite the branch of the British Linen Company Bank & extending to the river in an easterly direction. The houses are from one to two storeys in height, slated & in good repair. Property of various persons.
Branch of the BRITISH LINEN COMPANY BANK [Nairn] Branch of the British Linen Company Bank Alexander Falconer
Adam Davidson T.C. [Town Clerk] & Agent
Peter Falconer
001 An elegant & commodious building the lower part of which is occupied as a Branch Bank of the British Linen Company, to whom the structure belongs, & whose agent resides in the upper flats. It consists of three storeys in height & is in excellent condition, & from its situation & style of architecture forms an important feature in the building constituting the High Street.

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Burgher's Brae - as per listed on original page but listed as Burgher's Close on table and index.

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