Ester Coilsy 1511 RMS ii no. 3662 [a 3rd; in barony of Ballinbreich FLK]
Estir Colsy 1513 RSS i no. 2501 [‘twa bollis of cane bere of Estir Colsy, the thryd of Estir Colsy and Lochmyll’, barony of Ballinbreich]
the twa-part of Estir Colsy 1513 RSS i no. 2501 [‘two thirds of’ Easter Colzie, Mugdrum and *Smiddieside (Smydesyde) + advowson of Flisk kirk, barony of Ballinbreich]
(third of) Eister Colsey 1630 RMS viii no. 1543 [to James Skene, in barony of Ballinbreich, which once belonged to Gadvan DBG, q.v. (Balmerino Abbey)]
E Colsy 1642 Gordon MS Fife [sic; E. Colsey 1654 Blaeu (Gordon) Fife]
E. Colsey 1654 Blaeu (Pont) East Fife [also shows W. Colsey]
tertia parte terrarum de Eister Colsie 1681 Retours (Fife) no. 1197 [two thirds of the lands of Easter Colzie, in the barony of Ballinbreich (Ballenbrech)]
Easter Colsey 1775 Ainslie/Fife [shown in FIF, but in a separately defined area labelled ‘Part of Abernethy Parish’; see Ainslie map for NBH]
Easter Colzie 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn
Sc easter + en Colzie
For a discussion of the name Colzie, see Section 1, above. Easter Colzie lay in the parish of Abernethy, Fife portion (ANY FIF) until 1891 when it became part of NBH. North, South and Wester Colzie remained in ANY PER. Easter Colzie lay in the Fife portion of Abernethy presumably because of its being a part of the Fife-based barony centred on Ballinbreich FLK FIF. Several early forms of Easter Colzie appear without the affix easter; these are not included here, but can be found under Colzie, Section 1, above.
OS Pathf. also shows Colzie Cottage, lying east of Easter Colzie, at a site marked Colzie Smithy on the 1856 OS 6 inch map (NO237136).
This place-name appeared in printed volume 4