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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
TOM NA CONA Tom na Cona
Tom na Cona
Tom na Cona
Peter Turner Auchengavin
John Millar, Row
Duncan McFarlane Hill
013 This name is applied to a flat circular topped hill situated about 40 chains west of the "Free Church Manse".
Creachan Hill
Creachan Hill
Peter Turner
John Millar
John Campbell Luss
013 A name applied to a ridged topped hill of considerable height about a mile south of "Ben Ruisg". Its southern slope is steep and rocky and falls to "Glen Finlas" the name is well known and forms a conspicuous feature in the district.

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County Dumbarton

[Below entry for Tom na Cona:]
"Tom na Cona", (G) [Gaelic] The moss-crop hill.

Conach fem [feminine] ; Cona mas. [masculine]
Therefore it should be Tom na Cona' contraction of Conaich or Tom a'
Chona The latter being a mas. [masculine] noun.

[Below entry for Creachan Hill:]
"Creachan Hill," Freebooters' Hill.

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Alison James- Moderator, CorrieBuidhe- Moderator

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