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OS1/9/3/28

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CONA GHLEANN Cona Ghleann Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Montague Martin Esqr. Factor
John Douglas, Invergroin
008 A narrow glen of about a mile and a half in length, having steep hills rising on each side of it. It joins "Glen Douglas" about a mile west from "Invergroin" and sweeps in a southwesterly direction and terminates on 010 a' Trace 1. A large stream rises at its head and follows a course through the glen till it falls into "Douglas Water".
CONAGHLEANN (Ruins) Conaghleann (Ruins) Rev. [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Montague Martin Esqr. Factor
John Douglas, Invergroin
008 The ruins of a small hamlet, on the farm of "Doune", which has not been occupied for upwards of 20 years. It derives its name from the glen at the mouth of which it is situated. The name applies to the ruins on both sides of the stream.

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Cona Ghleann:]
"Cona, (G) [Gaelic] Cat's tail or [moss crops]
Ghleann, from gleann, a valley or glen

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