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Lintrathen (Continued) [continued from page 1]
"Melgam Water drains the east side of the parish. Lintrathen Loch, circular in outline, lies ¼ of a mile west of the Church."
"Fullarton's Gazetteer"
"The word Lintrathen is evidently of Gaelic origin. It signifies rapid lynn a term which is meant to apply to the waterfall near the Church."
"New Stat: [Statistical] Account."
The only antiquities in the parish are two large remarkable cairns, Standing Stones, two Tumuli, & the moat that surrounded the residence (or Castle) of Sir Allan Durward.

There are no detached portions of this parish, nor is there any portion of any other parish contained within the boundary of this parish.

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