List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Molendinar Burn
Moendinar Burn
Molendinar Burn Molendinar Burn or Molindinar
Molindinar Burn
Molindinar Burn
Mollindeaner Burn
Molendinar Burn
Smith & Collies Map of Glasgow
Post Office Directory Map
A. Turner Es.[Esquire] Town Clerk
David Gow Assistant Toen Clerk
Gazeteer of Scotland
Summons of Disjunction of Springburn
Adam Strang, Bleacher, Hogganfield
Forest's County Map
Adopted on 1/500 scale-Glasgow
006.08 A burn which rises from Frankfield Loch & flows into Hogganfield Loch, passing out of the latter by a sluice. This burn may be considered a great mill lead, being used for mills & various manufactories along its whole course. It is first made use of at the Bleachfield near Hogganfield; next at Provan Mill & Mill and Distillery; again at a bleachfield near Burnbank(VI-8 Trace 4). but out of 25 mile by.[Boundary]: It is also used at the Sub Dean Mill in Rygate & other manufactories in the city. It is a good width in the city, but is covered over for a considerable distance, before it enters the Clyde at Hutchison's Bridge.
There is a variety of spelling for this name, which is commonly pronounced as given in Forest's Co.[County] Map. The best authorities that could be obtained are given.

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