List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Brough Brough
(Site of Pictish Fort)

(Site of)
Mr Nicholson Postmaster
Mr D. Hughson Brough
Mr L. Laurenson Symbister
039.01; 039.04 This name is applied to the Remains of an "Old Brough" consisting of a heap of rubbish, None of the walls can be seen but some of the old men about the place remembers when some of the walls stood a few feet in height Its foundation can still be traced. It is situated on a small knoll at the north end of a row of houses in Brough district The name of this distrist is taken from the "Old Fort or Brough"_

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Shetland Island of Whalsey
Parish of Whalsey

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From different ink used the version of the name "Brough (Site of) has been Re-submitted - this annotation being indicated in another name book.

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