Craigfoodie DAE S NO407180 1 363 80m
Crag-Fudy 1452 x 1480 RMS ii no. 1444 [St Andrews Church land]
Cragfydye 1539 St A. Rent. 29 [4 bolls of oats paid by Richard Bell]
Mydil and Craigfudie 1562 Assumption, 2 [in ‘the lordship of Dersy’]
Craigfudy c.1560 s Assumption, 14
(quarter of lands of) Craigfudy 1577 RMS iv no. 2704 [granted by Patrick, archbishop of St Andrews, to David Kinnear and Margaret Hunter his wife]
(quarter of lands and toun of) Craigfuthie 1577 RMS iv no. 2705 [to Patrick Scheves of Kemback]
Craigfuthie 1593 RMS v no. 2273 [one of the lands of the archbishop of St Andrews, part of the lordship and barony of Dairsie (Darsy)]
Roberto Aytoun de Craigfuthie 1608 RMS vi no. 2060
( 2 quarters of toun and lands of) Craigfuddie 1649 Retours (Fife) no. 781 [David Falconer]
Crag Fudy 1654 Blaeu (Gordon) Fife
Craigfudie 1657 Retours (Fife) no. 866 [Helen and Elizabeth Scheves, sisters of John Scheves of Kemback, quarter of lands of Craigfoodie]
Craigfoudie 1684 Adair/East Fife
Craigfiddy 1753 Roy sheet 18, 2
Craigfoody 1775 Ainslie/Fife
Craigfoodie 1828 SGF [also shows E. Craigfoodie and W. Craigfoodie]
Craigfoodie 1855 OS 6 inch 1st edn
Craigfoodie Hill 1855 OS 6 inch 1st edn
Easter Craigfoodie 1855 OS 6 inch 1st edn
G creag + en Foodie
‘Rock or crag of Foodie DAE’. The eponymous creag is Craiglug, which towers above Craigfoodie to the north-west.
It is not on 1654 Blaeu (Pont) East Fife, but note nearby Craig Pitcullo.
OS Pathf. has Craigfoodie, Easter Craigfoodie, Wester Craigfoodie and Craigfoodie Hill.
This place-name appeared in printed volume 4