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Place name County Entry Source Bothwell Lanarkshire Mossend (2¾ NE), New Stevenston (4 5 / 8 E by N), Legbranock (5¾ ENE), Newhouse (6¾ ENE), Chapelhall Groome Calder, West Midlothian Mossend, has a rudely triangular outline, and is bounded NE and E by Midcalder; SE by Linton, in Peeblesshire; S and SW by Dunsyre Groome Glasgow Lanarkshire
Mossend, Chapelhall, Coatbridge, Whifflet, Govan, Hamilton, Lanark, Larkhall, Milngavie, Motherwell, Rutherglen, Springburn, Wishaw, Dalry, Kilbirnie, Saltcoats, Alexandria, Dumbarton, Duntocher, Helensburgh Groome Lanarkshire Lanarkshire Mossend, Motherwell, Newmains (including Coltness Ironworks), Rutherglen, Shettleston (including Eastmuir and Sandyhill), Stonefield, Stonehouse, Strathavon, Tollcross (including Fullarton), Uddingston, Whifflet Groome Linlithgowshire or West Lothian West Lothian Mossend it turns again back by the SW side of Howden grounds to the Almond, the course of which it then Groome Mossend Lanarkshire Mossend, a town in Bothwell parish, Lanarkshire, 7 furlongs E by N of Bellshill, 1 ¼ mile W of Holytown Groome Mossend Midlothian Mossend, a village in West Calder parish, Edinburghshire, on the left bank of West Calder Burn, 3 furlongs N of West Groome Mossend Lanarkshire Mossend , town with ry. sta., Bothwell par., Lanarkshire, 4 miles S. of Coatbridge and 10 miles SE. of Glasgow, pop. 3030; P.O., T.O.; has extensive Bartholomew Mossend Midlothian Mossend .-- vil., in par. and near West Calder, Edinburghshire, pop. 669. Bartholomew
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