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List of names as writtenVarious modes of spellingAuthorities for spellingSituationDescription remarksNote
Craigielinn Glen Craigielinn Glen Craigielinn Glen Dusky Glen Dusky Glen Dusky Glen
Rev [Reverend] P Brewster James Lee William Boyd Alexander Walker James Stevenson Grocer Canal St Paisley
A partially wooded glen through which Glen Burn flows it is situated at the junction of Brownside and Gleniffer Braes James Stevenson and Alexander Walker state that the above is the Dusky Glen refered to by Tannahill the Poet. Alexander Walker states that he was intimately acquainted with him and knows this to be a fact, but the statement is disputed by a number of respectable people in the locality.

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