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List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
THE GLEN The Glen
The Glen
The Glen
Robert Kaye Esqr:
A Milne Esqr:
William Shaw
002.15 A natural Glen, steep on the north side & covered with trees. On the south there is close wood. The Monkland & Kirkintilloch Railway & the Bathlin Burn run through the valley. The name applies between Glen CXottage & where the Railway crosses the Burn. It is the property of R. Kaye & A Milne - the North Side Mr. Milne, the South Mr Kaye's.
BATHLIN BURN Bathlin Burn
Bathlin Burn
Bathlin Burn
Bathlin Burn
Property Plan
A Milne Esqr:
Robert Kaye Esqr:
M. Sprott Esqr:
002.15 This Burn rises from Bishop's Loch & flows through the East side of the parish, from South to North; passing out of the parish where the Cult Burns joins, it enters Luggie Water near Oxgang House in the Kirkintilloch Parish. There is a feeder or Lead from this burn which supplies the Forth of Clyde Canal Basin at Kirkintilloch. The Lead commences from a Sluice gate near Craigentay (ii.10). About Chryston this Burn is called Buthlaw, & in the north of it: & in Kirkintilloch parish - Bothlin. All Property Plan's & the best authourities agree that it is Bathlin

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