List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Havock Hole
Havock Hole
Cave of Havock
James McArthur
Mr. McCohn
John Traquaer
Irvine's History of Dumbartonshire
022 A Cave in the face of a rocky precipice near Clarkhill, Mr. McArthur says that it extends in for about 20 yards as he at one time reached the end of it with a pole.
"On the lands of Ardoch is situated the Cave of Ardoch reputed at one time to have been a favourite resort of Lennox Witches, and which is supposed to have had an outlet at its northern extremity. A tradition, no doubt, founded on the Elfish Chant, "In at the flow of the Havock and out at the Yetts o' Carman, This is the only memory of a once popular superstition which still lingers in the locality" Irvine's History of Dumbartonshire
Mr. McCohn Proprietor
James McArthur
022 A fine dwelling house, having a garden and a small portion of ornamental ground attached
ARTHUR'S SEAT Arthur's Seat
Arthur's Seat
James McArthur
R. Glen
022 A small eminence west of Castle Hill, it is wooded

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