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OS1/9/3/4

List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
CREAGAN HILL Creagan Hill
Creagan Hill
Creagan Hill
Donald McLellan
Robert McLean
Dugald McFarlan, Creagan
007 A low ridge topped hill, running between "Loch Long" and "Glen Culanach". The side which slopes to "Loch Long" is the steepest and most rugged.
PREAS-SEILEICH (Ruin) Preas Seileich (Ruin)
Preas Seileich (Ruin)
Preas Seileich (Ruin)
Presstellach
Prestelloch
Rev [Reverend] Dr. [Doctor] McFarlan
Donald McLellan, Tullich
Robert McLean, Gorten
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
New Statistical Account
007 The ruin of a farm house which has not been occupied for a long period. The name signifies a willow bush. It is on the estate of Sir James Colquhoun Bart [Baronet].

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 4
Co [County] Dumbarton

[Below entry for Preas-Seileich:]
Preas. (G.) [Gaelic] A bush, or shrub
t-Seileich, The willow, from Seileach
"Preas-Seileich", "willow bush"
Name as written on
plan not changed
see page 3

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