List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Glen Prosen Contd. [Continued] [continued from page 17]
arranged on traces, The spelling now generally used is Prosen.
"The Parish (i.e. Kirriemuir) is divided into two considerable districts......the northern, usually called Glenprosen, is chiefly pastoral". New Stat. [Statistical] Account
"This Glen is about 12 miles long and with the tract of county which lies along the burns of Lednathie, Glenuig, Glenlogie, and some smaller glens which are comprehended under the general name Glenprosen". Old Stat. [Statistical] Account

Prosan Water
Prosen Water
New Stat. [Statistical] Account
Old Stat. [Statistical] Account
Fullarton's Gazetteer
Property Plan D. Lyon Esqr.
Property Plan Col. [Colonel] Ogilvy
D. Wilkie Esqr. Kirriemuir
Revd. [Reverend] Mr. Haldane Ph. [Parish] Minister of Kingoldrum
016 This water bears its name from the junction of Mayar and Doups Burns on 16 Trace 2 and flows through Glen Prosen to where it leaves the parish on 24 Trace 11.
"The river Prosen rises in the furthest nook in the Upper district of the parish, after traversing an intermediate territory it strikes the lower district near Prosen Haugh and runs for 2½ miles along this northern boundary".
Fullarton's Gazetteer

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