List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Blane Water Blane Water Revd. [Reverend] Doctor Graham
Revd. [Reverend] John Fiddes
Mr. William Halley
Peter Blackburn Esqr. M.P. [Member of Parliament]
Statistical Account
The Blane has its Source on the Earls Seat, and forms the boundary for a considerable distance between Killearn and Strathblane and afterwards between Drymen and Strathblane. For the first three or four miles its course is rapid and bed rocky till at length it precipitates itself over several high falls into the Strath below; its course is then slugggish until it falls into the Endrick, which it does after a course of about twelve miles, at a point about six miles above that rivers influx to Loch-Lomond.

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Killearn Ph. [Parish]

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