Dumbartonshire


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Dumbartonshire

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Dunbartonshire,

former county, W central Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, the county of Dumbartonshire (or Dumbarton) became (1975) part of the new Strathclyde region. In the local government reorganization of 1996, Strathclyde was dissolved and the council areas of West and East Dunbartonshire were created in part from portions of the former county.
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75pts e-w 100-1 Paddy Power THE LOWDOWN SCOTTISH OPEN Prize money pounds 3m (pounds 500,000 to winner) Field 156 The course Loch Lomond GC, Luss by Alexandria, Dumbartonshire (20 miles north-east of Glasgow) Length 7,139 yds Par 71 Course records - 72 holes 265 Tom Lehman (1997), Tim Clark (2005) 18 holes Retief Goosen (1997) This Tom Weiskopf layout, is not too demanding a test before the Open although the forecast rainy four days will make life tougher than usual.
146) was adapted for use by Scots owners from Rossdhu, Dumbartonshire, in the fifteenth century.
asks reader Drew Constant, of Cumbernauld, in Dumbartonshire.
Patterson, 33, from Dumbartonshire, had denied unlawful wounding, but was convicted by a jury who heard how he drove to South Wales with his girlfriend and another couple for the concert last December.
Now Dr Toma, who fled from Iraq two years ago, has been offered a job at Vale of Leven Hospital in Alexandria, Dumbartonshire.
Her halfnaked body, wrapped in a curtain, was found dumped in a lay-by in Bowling, Dumbartonshire.
Smollett, Tobias (George) (baptized March 19, 1721, Cardross, Dumbartonshire, Scot.
Through gift and marriage but mostly purchase, Finnart acquired lands in Fife, Dumbartonshire, Linlithgowshire, Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire and Ayrshire which he gradually exchanged for territory focused upon the Clyde valley, creating a vast barony with its epicentre at the |five towered castle, of Craignethan, partially granted by the Abbot of Kelso (the lands belonging to the priory of Lesmahagow and granted to Finnart in lieu of taxes due to the king) and partially purchased in 1532.
This saw the Grants flit from West Lothian to East Dumbartonshire after discovering the convenientlylocated, and beautifully finished, properties at Woodilee Village, the new community in Earl's View.
His dad, also Iain, 40, of Alexandria, Dumbartonshire, said: "Kabuki syndrome doesn't have any life expectancy issues but he still has heart complications.
The Guardia Civil are keeping details of Mr Corner's arrest closely guarded, but Ms Brown's family, from Alexandria, Dumbartonshire, in Scotland, were telephoned with the news three weeks ago by police sources close to the investigation.
Finn and Jude arrived in May 2001 and because Colin's job as an events manager often takes him away from home in Bearsden, East Dumbartonshire, they hired a nanny to help cope with four children under two.