List of Nairnshire Patients, Inverness District Asylum 1864-1899, transcribed by Stuart Farrell (for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Moray & Nairn Casualties of the Gordon Highlanders, 1811-1814, compiled by Stuart Farrell
Contributed by Christopher Richards, some Valentine & Sons Ltd samples of Nairn, and Nairnshire
Images dated 1884 (Lethen Estate, Ardclach Parish): Mr James Mann and family at
Cairnglass [1. Mann, Cairnglass]; Mrs Murdoch and family at Lynemore [2. Murdoch,
Lynemore]; The Free School maintained at Knockandhu with teacher and pupils [3.
School, Knockandhu]; Mr John Rose at Daltra [4. Rose, Daltra]; Mr Donald McQueen
at the Carpenter’s Shop near Dulsie Bridge [5. McQueen, Dulsie]; James Falconer
and Alexander Cattanach tying a salmon fly at Dunearn Lodge [6. Falconer & Cattanach, Dunearn].
Contributed, with notes, by Sarah Brodie.
Nairn Burgh and County Appeal Tribunals, 1916-1918, transcribed by Kenneth A M Nisbet.
Records from the estate of Lethen, transcribed by Sarah Brodie: Rental of the
Estate of Lethen Crop and Year 1825 [GD247/67/23/4]; List of Persons holding
Houses Rent free on the Estates of Lethen and Coulmony, 1829 [private papers, Lethen House: notebooks of James
Campbell Brodie of Lethen]; Rental of the Estate of Lethen in the Counties of
Nairn & Elgin As Let to Tenants crop 1829-1840 [Private Papers, Lethen House: Rent Ledger]; List
of Poor People in the Parish of Ardclach 1838 [private papers, Lethen House: notebooks of James Campbell Brodie
of Lethen]; and, a Steatment of all the People Inn the Esteat of Lethen
who Pay for Cotter Houses to Tennants [private papers, Lethen House: Subtenants &c on Lethen Estate 1846 & 1847].
Extracts from Cawdor United Free Church Kirk Session, transcribed by Kenneth A M Nisbet.
List of patients 1914 - 1917, Ivybank Auxiliary Hospital, Nairn, and poem, "On a Wooden Leg" composed by Charles Millar, 1st Black Watch, awarded first prize at Old Mill Hospital Aberdeen, transcribed by Kenneth A M Nisbet.
Alton Burn School, Nairn's private school for boys, by Kenneth A M Nisbet - including 1901 and 1911 census listings.
Inhabitants of Nairn Union Poorhouse
and Nairn Town and County Hospital on 2nd of April 1911, transcribed by Kenneth A M Nisbet.
Birth and Baptismal Roll for Nairn High United Free Church, by Kenneth A M Nisbet.
A Digest of Parochial Returns Made to the Select Committee Appointed to Inquire into the Education of The Poor 1818, by Kenneth A M Nisbet.
Canadian marriages in Nairnshire, by Kenneth A M Nisbet.