List of names as written Various modes of spelling Authorities for spelling Situation Description remarks
Endrick Water Endrick Water Revd. [Reverend] Doctor Graham
Revd. [Reverend] John Fiddes
Mr. William Halley
Peter Blackburn Esqr. M.P. [Member of Parliament]
Statistical Account
Grassom's County Map
Johnston's County Map
The Endrick takes its rise in the Gargunnock Hills, in the Ph. [Parish] of Gargunnock, but only takes its name from the junction of the Gowan, and Burnfoot Burns, which both rise in Gargunnock Ph. [Parish]. It forms the Bdy. [Boundary] between Fintry and St Ninians for a short distance and afterwards passing through the Ph. [Parish] of Fintry supplies a Cotton Mill and a Spinning Mill near Newtown. After passing through Fintry it forms the boundary between Balfron and Killearn for a considerable distance and flows into Loch Lomond. The Endrick is a bold and rapid stream, with a rocky bed and rugged banks until it reaches the Loup of Fintry, a large Waterfall in the Ph. [Parish] of Fintry. Its course is then smoother and through a shingly bed, but its banks are again high and rugged through nearly the whole of its course in Killearn & Balfron. There are two considerable Waterfalls on it one in Fintry and the other in Killearn

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