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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DUBH CHNOC Dubh Chnoc
Dubh Chnoc
Dubh Chnoc
M. Brodie Garabal
M. McIntyre Ardvorlich
John McNaughton, U [Upper] Inveruglas
006 A descriptive and well known name applied to a little hill of dark appearance at the west of the County
KENMORE WOOD Kenmore Wood
Kenmore Wood
Kenmore Wood
M. Martin Esqr. Factor
M. Brodie Garabal
M. McIntyre Ardvorlich
John McNaughton, U [Upper] Inveruglas
Property Map
006 A large wood extending from "Blarannich" to the ferry from "Upper Inveruglas" to "Inversnaid". It is partly natural but the greater portion of it has been planted of late years.
WALLACE'S ISLE Wallace's Isle
Wallace's Isle
Wallace's Isle
John McNaughton
M. McIntyre
W. McIntyre, Inversnaid
006 A small island at the point where "Inveruglas Water falls into Loch Lomond". It is in no way connected with Sir W. Wallace the Scottish Hero.

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Co. [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Dubh Chnoc:]
Dubh. - black, Chnoc, a hill.

[Below entry for Kenmore Wood:]
From Cean Mor, great headland.

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