List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
FORT [Cnòc nam Fiantan] Cnòc nam Fiantan Jane Currie, 90 at Strone
William Crawford Old man at Strone
Peter Crawford Old man at Strone
174 A natural knoll upon the ridge of the mountain at Strone which has been flattened and encirled by an artificial bank of Earth and Stones forming as I presume a British Fort or strength - Mr. McPherson School Master at Kilmun has been in the habit of speaking of it as a Roman Camp
A large stone on the adjoining clear land is presumed in the tradition to be one of those ready for the throw of the Giants - another such boulder at Rosneath point to have been cast herefrom.

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Sig [Signification] : Giants' knoll
Fianntan Fingalians
Cnoc nam Fianntan The hill of the Fingalians
or Heros

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