List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
The Onions
The Onions
Onion Hills
Ingan Hills
South Ingen
Mid Ingen
The Inneans

The Inneans

The Inneans

The Inneans
The Inneans
The Inneans
Andrew Douie Esq. Dollsmuir
William McDonald Kingsseat
Mr Young Cleish Castle
Bell's Co. [County] Map.
Fowlers Co. [County] Map 1828.
Full. [Fullertons] Gazetteer.
Stat. Acct. [Statistical Account] (New)
Estate Map 1846
Rev. [Reverend] Mr Ross, Cleish Manse
John McPhearson Overseer Roscobie [Lime works.]
Mr William McDonald Springbank Roscobie
George Arnot Cleish.
Mr. Lawrie (Borland of Cleish)
Mr Pitbladdo, overseer Steelend Iron works (Garlands)
030 [situation] ⅞ Mile North of Kingsseat farm house.
Three Rocky pasture hills on the estate of Cleish Castle, on the Centre one is a Trigl. [Trigonometrical] Station. These hills are Seperately named on the estate map as South Mid and North Ingens, but few persons in the locality distinguish them so. The most general term being "The Ingans" or "Inneans" and by a few of the Peasantry they are Sometimes Styled "The Three Ingans"

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[page] 16 Plan 30C Trace No.1 Parish of Cleish.

Note: Innean. A rock or Hill. Gaelic Dictionary.

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