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OS1/9/3/27

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
DOUNE Doune
Doune
Doune
Doun
Montague Martin Esqr. Factor
Valuation Roll
Alexander Dewar, Schoolmaster
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
008 A good farm steading the property of Sir James Colquhoun of Luss, Bart. [Baronet]. Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan supposes this name to have been derived from Dun, a hill or fortification.
INBHIR AN TEACHAIN Inbhir-an-teachan
Inbhir-an-teachan
Inbhir-an-teachan
Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Montague Martin Esqr.
John Douglas, Invergroin
008 An inferior dwelling house, occupied by a Shepherd, the property of Sir James Colquhoun Bart. [Baronet]

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Inbhir-an-teachain:]
Name not to be
changed see reason on
page 3

Inbhir, A confluence of waters; a', from, out of;
teachan, from teach, A house Gael. [Gaelic]

Teachan dim. [diminutive] of teach, gen. sing. [genitive singular] teachain

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