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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Dugald Thomson, Faoileann
Duncan McNab, Portincaple
Finlay Sinclair, Gortean na Leirg
009 An inferior dwelling house on the farm of "Strone", occupied by Cottars.
The name signifies A seagull.
Johnston's County Map
Phillips' County Atlas
Alexander McPhun, Postmaster
Peter McGregor, Glenmallan
Duncan McFarlan, Strone
009 A small hamlet, comprised of Cottars' houses, on the side of "Loch Long". It is the property of Sir James Colquhoun of Luss, Bart [Baronet], and has long been a ferrying station. (See Ferry of that name).
TIGH NA CRAIGE Tigh na Craige
Tigh na Craige
Tigh na Craige
Dugald Thomson
Finlay Sinclair
Duncan Campbell, Whistlefield
009 A name signifying "Craighouse" applied to an inferior dwelling house and Cowshed, a little to the South of "Portincaple".

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County Dumbarton

[Below entry for Faoileann:]
"Faoìleann," (G) [Gaelic] The Sea gull
[ ] signify an arable piece of land near the sea

[Below entry for Tigh na Craige:]
"Tigh na Craige", (G) The Craig house.

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