Middlefoodie DAE S NO404174 1 363 55m

    Mydil-Fudy 1452 x 1480 RMS ii no. 1444 [St Andrews Church land]
    Myddilfudye 1539 St A. Rent. 29 [payment of oats from fermes of]
    Mydil and Craigfudie 1562 Assumption, 2 [in ‘the lordship of Dersy’]
    Midlfyd and Craigfudie c.1560 s Assumption, 10
    Mydlefudy c.1560 s Assumption, 14
    Myddil-Fudie 1588 RMS v no. 1642 [sold to John Hamilton of Drumry]
    Middil Futhie 1593 RMS v no. 2273 [one of lands of archbishop of St Andrews, part of lordship and barony of Dairsie]
    Midle Fudie 1647 RMS ix no. 1837
    M. Futhy 1654 Blaeu (Pont) East Fife
    Mid Fudy 1654 Blaeu (Gordon) Fife
    Midle Foddie 1654 RMS x no. 350 [see Dairsie for more details]
    Middlefoodie Burn 1845 NSA ix, 771x [‘in which there are some trout’]

Sc middle + en Foodie

According to Millar (1895 i, 159) there were two hamlets in the parish besides Osnaburgh (Dairsie): these were Foodieash and Middlefoodie.

This place-name appeared in printed volume 4