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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
WREN'S NEST ACADEMY Wren's Nest Academy
Wren's Nest Academy
Wren's Nest Academy
Mr. G. Fyfe
Alexander Jeffrey Esqr.
G. Hilson Esqr.
021.05 [Continued from page 67]
This Academy is the property of Miss Miller, who pays Mr. George Fyfe (the teacher) £30.0.0 per annum, besides board and lodging.
This house Stands on what was formerly abbey property, and, in 1610, was granted by James VI. to Alexander Earl of Home, in that Charter it is called "The Wrain's Nest". Extract from Jeffrey's History of Jedburgh.
Abbey Place
Abbey Place
Alexander Jeffrey Esqr.
G. Rutherford Esqr.
Mr. William Deans Anna Cottage
021.05 [Situation] From Market Place to Cattle Market.
A Short Street leading from the market place to Abbey green. It is partly paved and lighted with gas, the houses are of modern date, Chiefly three Stories in height, Occupied by respectable families. It Contains Several Shops, and the united Schools of the burgh and parish.

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[Page] 68
10 feet work of Jedburgh -- Sheet 21.5.14 Trace 3

[Signed] P. Munro
Lce.Corpl.R.E. [Lance Corporal Royal Engineers]

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