1) CRAIGEND, a village, in the late quoad sacra parish of crosshill, parish of old Monkland, Middle ward of the county Lanark, 4½ miles (E. S. E.) from Glasgow; containing 80 inhabitants. It is situated on the bank of the river Clyde, which here makes a considerable bend, and on the road from Glasgow to Bellshill, in the parish of Bothwell.
   2) CRAIGEND, a hamlet, in the East parish of the city and county of Perth; containing 47 inhabitants.

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