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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Stuckgown House
Stuckgown House
Stuckgoun House
James McMerrich, Proprietor
Valuation Roll
Johnston's County Map
Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlane
Tombstone in Churchyd [Churchyard] (date 1802)
008 A good mansion house situated in a beautiful and romantic position at the side of Loch Lomond. There are good offices and a small portion of ornamental ground attached. The method of spelling the name now chiefly used, is Stuckgown. Both names are corrupted from the true Gaelic. It is the property of James McMerrich.
Stuckgown Burn
Stuckgown Burn
Stuckgoun Burn
James McMerrich
Alexander Dewar, Ph. [Parish] Schoolmaster
Donald McGibbon, Stuckivoulich
Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlane
008 A good stream rising on the side of "Ben Reach" and pursuing a direct though rugged course, passes through the beautiful and romantic glen south of "Stuckgown House". In its passage through the glen it falls over a number of waterfalls and finally empties itself into "Loch Lomond" at the Lodge to "Stuckgown House".

Continued entries/extra info

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County Dumbarton

[Below entry for Stuckgown House:]
Stùc, or Stuchd, - A little hill jutting out
from a greater. &c.

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