List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
New Statistical Account
W. Wallace Esq. Pr. [Proprietor]
Captn. [Captain] Murray Gartshore
David Russell Manager
025 The proper application of this name is doubtful, but it is used generally to the Side of the Bar Hill having the Ironstone Pits & the CoKe furnaces near the bottom, on the side of the "Forth & Clyde Canal". As authorized here the name will apply to all the mineral worKings &c. between "Strone Point" (Trace 4. 19A/5) and "Strone Cottage" in the east (Trace 2. 25-3). The name is A very important one in the Parish, being well Known aS "Strone", but it is sometimes commonly given to the Ridge (sketched in a yellow dotted line on Trace) which falls to the "Strone Point" from the north-eastern conical point of "Castle Hill", on which the Trigl. [Trigonometrical]

Continued entries/extra info

[Page] 40

Co. [County] Dumbarton -- Kirkintilloch Parish

"Strone, A hill that terminates a range,
the end of a ridge. Jamieson.

Transcriber's notes

Continued on page 41

  Transcribers who have contributed to this page.

Alison James- Moderator

  Location information for this page.