List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Site of FASLANE CASTLE Faslane Castle
Faslane Castle
Faslane Castle
Revd. [Reverend] J. Laurie Fogo Row
John Macfarlane Esq.
Statistical Account
012 A low mound situated at the foot of Aitrew Glen where a small hill stream joins Faslane Burn, there are no remains now standing, except an old earthen mound, having the appearance of an artificial embankment on the south east and north sides, on the west side it is naturally defended by a precipitous rock. it is said to have formerly belonged to the Dukes of Lennox.

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Parish of Row -- County of Dumbarton

"Cather and Faslane were strongholds occupied by
the earls of Lennox, or members of their family;
but before the close of the fourteenth century,
these places seem to have been forsaken for
the seat on the island of Inchmurrin."
Irving's Hist. [History] of Dumbarton.

"Of Faslane Castle, only the mound raised by its
foundation is distinguishable."
New Stat Acct [Statistical Account]

"A green mound alone marks the spot where the
Castle of Faslane stood."
Orig. Par. [Origines Parochiales] Scotiae

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