Ladeddie

Ladeddie CER SSL S N0442128 1 363 150m

Ledochin 1140 St A. Lib. 122 [Bishop Robert grants lands to the Augustinian canons of St Andrews]
Ledochin 1141 x 1150 David I Chrs. no. 126 [King David confirms the gift of bishop Robert to the canons]
Ledochin 1156 St A. Lib. 52 [Pope Adrian confirms the grant of bishop Robert]
Ledochin 1160 x 1161 RRS i no. 174 [= St A. Lib. 206]
Ledokin 1165 x 1169 RRS ii no. 28 [o.c.; corresponds to St A. Lib. 214, which has Ledochin]
Ledochyn c. 1196 x 1198 Barrow 1971 no. 7
Ledethyn 1196 x 1204 RRS ii no. 411 [= Barrow 1971 no. 8]
Leddouchon c.1220 Terrier C [17/18th c. copy; part of the Boar’s Raik]
Leodhethin c.1220 Terrier D [17/18th c. copy; part of lands held of canons by Adam son of Odo]
Lawdeddy 1452 x 1480 RMS ii no. 1444 [one of the lands belonging to the Church of St Andrews]
Laudeddy 1482 NLS MS Adv. 15.1.18 no. 99
Ladedy 1542 RMS iii no. 2667
(lands of) Ladedie 1616 Retours (Fife) no. 261
Laddeddie 1619 RMS vii no. 2077
Ladeddey 1654 Blaeu (Pont) East Fife
Ladeddey 1654 Blaeu (Pont) East Fife
Ladedie 1662 Retours (Fife) no. 914 [lands of Ladeddie and *Limelands (Lymelandis) CER, SSL with their teinds]
Lededy 1753 Roy sheet 18, 1
Ladeddy 1775 Ainslie/Fife
Ladedda 1790s OSA, 520 [also names Ladedda-hill, where coal-mining has taken place]
Ladedda 1828 SGF
Ladeddie 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn
Backfield of Ladeddie 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn

G leth + G dabhach + -in

‘(Place of the) half-davoch'. Ladath BGY contains the same elements, but without the loc. ending.

    Ladeddie was part of Kinninmonthshire CER, SSL, for more on which see under Kinninmonth CER, SSL, above. Ladeddie is listed in parts C and D of the Terrier, but as both involve priory lands, this should be seen as a repetition rather than as indicating that Ladeddie was divided into two parts. The same applies to Baldinnie CER, SSL, q.v.

    As part of Kinninmonthshire, it was transferred from SSL to CER in 1621.[42] OS Pathf. also shows Ladeddie Hill (NO447133), Ladeddie Quarry (disused) and Backfield of Ladeddie.

    /ləˈdɛdɪ/ or /laˈdɛdɪ/

This place-name appeared in printed volume 2