Reginald’s Land * LOG S NO382190 2
terra Reginaldi 1240 x 1244 Balm. Lib. no. 39 [LOG Intro., Medieval Lands]
terra Reginaldi 1240 x 1244 NLS Adv. MS 34.6.24, pp. 417–18 [18th c. copy of the original of which Balm. Lib. no. 39 is a copy]
terram que fuit quondam Reginaldi x 1251 St A. Lib. 292 [to St Andrews Priory, 2 bovates 4 acres, which marches with ‘land of late Reginald’ on west]
terram que fuit quondam Reginaldi 1251 St A. Lib. 294 [King Alexander confirms Simon’s grant to St Andrews Priory (see preceding entry)]
pn Reginald + Sc land
A large division of the lands of Kedlock, this only occurs in Latin, and probably translates the Older Scots ‘Reginald or Ronald’s Land’. It does not seem to have survived in any form, and may never have functioned fully as a place-name. The eponymous Reginald may be Reginaldus of Kinnear (Kener), who witnesses a charter of Alexander III to Arbroath Abbey 1259 × 1270 (Arb. Lib. i no. 310).
On the basis of NLS Adv. MS 34.6.24, pp. 417–18 the bounds of *Reginald’s lands can be quite accurately traced (see LOG Intro., Medieval Lands): it included all of modern Kedlock west of the road from Cupar to Kilmany, as well as Torr of Kedlock (farm), Kedlock Feus, Kedlock Hill and Stensons Knowe.
The above NGR is of the modern farm-steading of Kedlock.
This place-name appeared in printed volume 4