Tullybreck MAI S NT315985 1 385 45m NWF

apud Tolibrench’ c. 1275 x c.1275 x 1340 Dunf. Reg. no. 326 [while Tolibreuch’ is probably the correct MS reading, Dunf. Reg. no. 326 prints this Tolibrench’. Alwin Cameron (Alwinus Cambrun’) died ‘at Tullybreck’ and was buried in the cemetery of Markinch; see MAI Intro. and PNF 5, Appendix 1]
(lands of) Tvlibrec 1372 x 1398 Fraser, Wemyss ii, no. 13 [Robert Stewart earl of Fife grants his lands of Tullybreck to John of Wemyss; facsimile]
Tulybrek 1393 RMS i no. 870 [to John Wemyss, Tullybreck with pertinents, among many lands in Fife]
Tulibrek 1468 RMS ii no. 958 [John Wemyss, ... lands of Tullybreck, Little Lun (Litil-lon) MAI, Cameron Mill (Cammeroun-mylne) MAI, the Haugh (le Halch-wemis) SCO ...]
Tulibrek 1469 RMS ii no. 982 [John Wemyss grants it to his son-in-law, David Boswell (Bosevile)]
Tulibrek 1511 RMS ii no. 3636 [confirmed to David Wemyss of that ilk and his heirs]
Tulibrek 1530 RMS iii no. 953 [confirmed to David Wemyss]
Tullybrek 1589 RMS v no. 1653 [to John Wemyss]
Tulliebrek 1605 RMS vi no. 1637 [to David Wemyss, eldest son of John Wemyss of that ilk]
Tullibrek 1610 Retours (Fife) no. 210 [John Wemyss]
Tillybrack 1775 Ainslie/Fife [also Tillybrack Cotts]
Tullibreak 1828 SGF
Tillybreak 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn

G tulach + G breac

‘Speckled or variegated mound or hillock’.

    /ˈtʌlɪ brɛk/ or /ˌtʌlɪˈbrɛk/

This place-name appeared in printed volume 2