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Located 3.2 km SW of Upper Loch Lomond: Simonds Parish, St. John County: settled about 1800 and named by Lauchlan Donaldson for a region in Scotland: PO 1852-1897: in 1866 Loch Lomond was a farming community with approximately 53 resident families: Loch Lomond Road, a settlement located nearby, had 64 resident families: in 1871 Loch Lomond had a population of 200.

Latitude : 45° 21'

Longitude : 65° 52'

County : Saint John

Parish : Simonds

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Upper Loch Lomond 3.2 55° NE
Ben Lomond 3.2 235° SW
Golden Grove 3.93 341° NNW
Upper Golden Grove 3.93 341° NNW
Golden Grove Road 3.93 341° NNW
African Grant 4.33 115° ESE
Willow Grove 4.33 115° ESE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.