Pleasants

Pleasants DGY S NT174854 1 394 70m SEF

Pleasants 1753 Roy sheet 17, 5
Pleasants 1828 SGF
Pleasants 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn.

Sc pleasance

Defined by CSD as ‘a pleasure-ground or park, either attached to a castle etc or on its own’, pleasance with its pleasant connotations became a popular name for farms, and houses, the best known probably The Pleasance in Edinburgh, first recorded as a house-name in 1507 (Harris 2002, 459).

It would appear to be a division of the lands of Cockairnie DGY.

/ˈplɛzənts/ or /ˈplɛzəns/

This place-name appeared in printed volume 1