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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Fruin Water
Fruin Water
Fruin Water
Fruin Water
Froon Water
Phillips' County Atlas
New Statistical Account
Duncan McFarlan
Colin MacKay
Robertson's Tourists' Guide
Johnston's Co. [County] Map
009 An important stream rising off the West side of "Maol a' Fheidh" and passing the farmhouse of "Strone" enters "Glen Fruin", and after a course of nearly ten miles falls into Loch Lomond near "Red House". The name "Glen Fruin" is supposed to be derived from "Gleann a' Bhroin" which signifies the "Glen of the Lamentation" having reference to the sanguinary conflict between the McGregors & Colquhouns which took place in the beginning of the 17th Century, which will be described hereafter.

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