List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Board Burn
Board Burn
Board Burn
Captain Murray Gartshore
J. Cooper Over Croy
W. Dunsmore Shirva
J. Maitland Esqr.
025 A Burn which has its source from the drains of a Loch which formerly stood near Croy Station in Cumbernauld Parish. It enters the Kelvin on the lands of Shirva. (Trace 4 of this Plan)
Eyrelan Glen
Eyrelan Glen
Eyrelan Glen
John Cross Gartshore
J. Gillace Foreman
J. Duncan Pr. [Proprietor] Twechar
Captain Murray Gartshore
025 "Eyrelan Glen" is one of the Steep natural banKs which forms the sides of "Bar Hill" at this place. The name is a well Known one & applies from the west side of the Coal Pit to the T.P. [Turn Pike] Road to the steep bank covered by plantations. This name is said to be derived from Eyry - a hawk or place where birds of prey frequent. It is Commonly Called "Ireland Glen"

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Co. [County] Dumbarton -- Kirkintilloch Parish

[Below entry for Eyrelan Glen:]
This is the Proprietor's
opinion but he does not know what
form the adjective takes [and] is desirous
that it should be ruled in the spelling
by the proper authority [Jamieson?]

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