Tullylaw Wood SCO V NO379024 1 373 50m
Tullylaw Wood 1855 OS 6 inch 1st edn
en Tullylaw + SSE wood
Tully Law probably contains G tulach ‘hill’, which then, as an existing name (*Tully), was combined with Sc law ‘hill’ to form Tully Law. Tullylaw Wood is on the southern slope of a hill rising to 65 m, and if it is indeed an old name, then this feature would have given rise to both the Gaelic and the Scots name.
This place-name appeared in printed volume 2