Haugh

Haugh SCO S NO367008 1 15m

le Halgh 1395 Fraser, Wemyss ii no. 24 [charter by George Earl of Dunbar to William and John, sons of late Robert of Innerleven (Enerlevyn) WMS, MAI, of the land called the Haugh in the barony of Scoonie (Scuny), which land Thomas of Innerleven, William and John’s grandfather, resigned; [288] they and their heirs to hold these lands of Earl George, with right to have fuel (focale) in the earl’s lands of Innerleven ‘in the usual ways’ (in viis consuetis); also they are to make to George and his heirs yearly for said lands (of the Haugh) 3 suits of our head court at *Threipinch SCO (ad tres curias nostras capitales apud Threpinche)]
le Halch 1423 Fraser, Wemyss ii no. 35 [Murdoch earl of Fife etc. to David Wemyss son of Sir John of Wemyss of Rires (Rerase) KCQ, all the lands of Tullibreck (Tulibrek) WMS, of the Haugh, of Innerleven (Inuerlevin) WMS, MAI and of Nether Cameron (Nethir Cambroun) MAI and its mill]
le Halch-Wemis 1468 RMS ii no. 958 [to John Wemyss, ... lands of Tullybreck (Tulibrek) MAI, Little Lun (Litil-lon) MAI, Cameron Mill (Cammeroun-Mylne), the Haugh-Wemyss SCO ...]
le Halch de Wemis 1468 RMS ii no. 958
Hawch 1505 RMS ii no. 2885 [John Wemyss sells to Andrew Kinninmonth (Kynnynmonth) the lands of Haugh and Pitconochie (Petconnochquhy) DFL]
le Halch 1511 RMS ii no. 3636 [James IV confirms to David Wemyss of that ilk in the lands of Wemyss-shire, Little Lun (Litill-Lune) MAI, Tullybreck (Tulibrek) MAI, Cameron Mill (Cameroun-myln) MAI, the Haugh, Duniface (Donyface) MAI, Pitconochie (Petconnochy) DFL, Wester Tarvit (Wester Tarbet) CUP, TVX, Wester Dron (Wester Dron) and Hill Drone (Hildrone) LEU; see also RMS iii no. 953]
(lands of) Hauch 1554 Retours (Fife) no. 26 [in barony of Durie SCO, q.v.]
(lands of) Hawch 1578 RMS iv no. 2769 [in barony of Durie]
lie Hauch 1610 Retours (Fife) no. 210 [John of Wemyss (Weymis) ‘terris de Weyms-schyre, Littil-lun, Tullibrek, Camrounmylne, lie Hauch, Donyface, Wester Tarvet, Wester Dron et Hildron ...’]
Haugs 1654 Blaeu (Gordon) Fife
Haugh House 1855 OS 6 inch 1st edn
Haugh House 1960 OS 1 inch 7th series

Sc haugh

‘Low-lying land by a river’; the land in question is on the north side of the River Leven below Haugh House. The NGR is supplied by OS Haugh House (1855).

This place-name appeared in printed volume 2