Craigflower TOB CRX S NT024860 1 5m

Cragflowr 1481 Culross Chrs. 90 [concerning land immediately south of the Torry Burn beside Cragflowr in the barony of Crombie (Abircrummy) feued by the abbot of Culross]
Craigflour 1562 Assumption 290 [one of Culross Abbey lands; pays 24 s.]
Trigflowrpans 1775 Ainslie/Fife
Craigflowerpark 1828 SGF
Craigfleur 1853 x 1856 OS Name Book 127, 12 [variant spelling]
Craigflower 1856 OS 6 inch 1st edn.

G creag + ?

The crag or rock of this name is probably the rugged rock face c.300 m south-east of Craigflower (House), marked on OS Pathf. as ‘The Craig’. The name exists today in Craigflower, the baronial country house of 1862 designed by David Bryce (Gifford 1988, 420) near Torryburn parish kirk, on the south side of the Torry Burn.

This place-name appeared in printed volume 1