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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Montague Martin Esqr. Factor
Peter Turner, Auchengavin
John Millar, Luss
Chalmers Caledonia Vol. [Volume] 3.
Irving's History
013 A well known name applied to a Small Isle in Loch Lomond. Situated about 30 chains South East of Inchtavannach, in the centre of which is situated a Castle in Ruins. The property of Sir James Colquhoun Bart. [Baronet]. "Inchgalbraith has on it the ruins of an ancient Castle which are now the habitation of the Osprey".
CASTLE (Ruins of) [Inchgalbraith] Castle (Ruins of)
Castle (Ruins of)
Castle (Ruins of)
Galbraith Castle Ruins
Montague Martin Esqr.
Peter Turner
John Millar
Johnston's Co [County] Map
013 This name is applied to a ruin situated in Inchgalbraith, is about 39 feet square the north, and half of the East walls are about 22 feet in height and 5 in breadth the remaining portions being about 6 feet high and 5 broad. the interior is filled with stones and rubbish, there is no records in connexion with this Castle to be found.
Mr. Jolly, Factor to Duke of Montrose
Archibald Davie, Inchfad
Peter Turner
County Map
013 A small Isle situated off the south west extremity of Inchfad. the name is a corruption of Eilean Darrach, Oak Island. the property of the Duke of Montrose.

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County Dumbarton

[Below entry for Castle:]
"Inchgalbraith has on it the ruins of an ancient castle
which are now the habitation of the osprey."
(Chalmer's Caledonia)

[Below entry for Ellanderroch:]
Eilean- an Island - Darach - an oak." (G.) [Gaelic]

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