Lilac MML F NO332172 1 100m

    Lillockisfeyld 1249 x 1286 RH1/2/681 [o.c.]
    Hillokfeild c.1290 Scrymgeour Inventory no. 667 [16th c. copy; for Lillokfeild; ‘the landis of Kilmukis callit Woddislat and Hillokfeild’]
    Lillokfeild c.1290 Scrymgeour Inventory no. 782 [lands of The Mount (Lie Mu<n>th) MML called *Woodflat (Woddislak) MML and Lilac(field)]
    Lyllochesfylde[323] 1293 SHS Highland Papers 2 no. 3, p. 127
    Lillok 1455 ER ix, 664 [sasine of William Scrymgeour]
    Lullok 1476 ER ix, 677
    (Nicholl Scrymgeour of) Lillok 1516 Fife Ct. Bk. 56
    Lillok 1538 St A. Rent. 7 [in parish of Monimail (Monymeill)]
    Lillock 1642 Gordon MS Fife
    Lillok 1654 Blaeu (Gordon) Fife
    Mount Leloch 1750s Roy sheet 18, 2 [conflated with The Mount MML nearby]
    Lallock 1775 Ainslie/Fife
    Lallock Cottown 1775 Ainslie/Fife [south-east of Lallock, by parish boundary]
    Lillock 1796 Sasines no. 4447 [‘Parbroath and Lillock’]
    Mid Lilac 1980s Parbroath Farm map
    Upper Lilac 1980s Parbroath Farm map

? pn Lillie + Sc field

The first element is probably the personal name related to the uncommon surname Lillie or Lilley, for which see Black 1946, 429. It may also be found in Lillismure # LOG (for which see above).

    This name has survived only as in the field-names Mid and Upper Lilac or Lillock on Parbroath farm CRC.[324] The old holding of Lilac is defined by that part of Parbroath farm which lies in MML, south-east of Parbroath proper. No trace of a settlement has survived.

This place-name appeared in printed volume 4