Sandydub

Sandydub SLN S NT008937 1 115m

Sandedub 1528 RMS iii no. 564 [17s. 8d. of lands of Sandedub occupied by William Rolland, part of the lands of Boreland (Brodland-Sawling)]
Sandedub 1528 RMS iii no. 565 [to James Colvile of Ochiltree (Uchiltre) various lands including 8s. of the said lands of Boreland (Brodland-Sawlin) called Sandydub (Sandedub nuncupat.)]
Sandy Dub 1753 Roy sheet 17, 5
Sandy Dub 1775 Ainslie/Fife
Sandy Dub 1828 SGF
Sandy Dub 1855 OS 6 inch 1st edn.
Sandydub 1897 OS 1 inch 2nd edn.
Sandydub 1960 OS 1 inch 7th Series

Sc sandy + Sc dub

Sc dub is a pool, a pond, puddle, or a waterhole in a moss, often containing stagnant water. It may have been associated with the small burn that runs immediately to the north of the steading.

OS Pathf. and OS Explorer (2001) mark this settlement Shieldbank (q.v.) but this is clearly a recent change. OS 6 inch (1855) also shows Sandy Dub Braes at NS996945. It formed part of the lands of Boreland SLN.

/ˈsandɪˌdʌb/

This place-name appeared in printed volume 1