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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CULANACH (Ruins) Culanach
(In Ruins)
Peter MacGregor
Duncan Campbell
Colin MacKay
Finlay Sinclair
009 The ruins of a farm house, unoccupied for 40 years, standing in the glen of that name.
GLENMALLAN Glenmallan
Glenmallan
Glenmallan
Miss Drummond, Proprietress
Peter MacGregor
Duncan Campbell
009 A superior dwelling situated at the mouth of the glen of that name. It is occupied by the proprietress Miss Drummond.
STRONE MALLANACH Strone Mallanach
Strone Mallanach
Strone Mallanach
Peter MacGregor
Duncan Campbell
Colin MacKay
Finlay Sinclair
009 A regular shaped steep hill of inconsiderable height, the West of which projects into "Loch Long" from which The word "Strone", which is the English form of the Gaelic "Sron", is derived. The word Mallanach is supposed to be much corrupted, therefor its derivation cannot be traced.

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Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Strone Mallanach:]
Strone. A hill that terminates a range
Jamieson

[Below entry for Culanach:]
"Cùlanach," (G) [Gaelic] Background

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