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Cal. Docs. Scot.

Source code

Cal. Docs. Scot.

Author

J. Bain

Source title

Calendar of Documents relating to Scotland

Year

1893-

Cal. Papal Letters

Source code

Cal. Papal Letters

Source title

Calendar of Entries in the Papal Registers relating to Great Britain and Ireland: Papal Letters

Editors

H. Bliss et al.

Year

1893-

Calendar of Fearn

Source code

Calendar of Fearn

Author

Adam, R. J.

Source title

The Calendar of Fearn: text and additions, 1471-1667

Series

Scottish Historical Society

Year

1991

Camb. Reg.

Source code

Camb. Reg.

Source title

Registrum Monasterii S.Marie de Cambuskenneth

Series

Grampian Club

Year

1872

Camerarius, de fortitudine

Source code

Camerarius, de fortitudine

Author

Chalmers, David

Source title

Davidis Camerarii Scoti. De Scotorum fortitudine, doctrina, & pietate libri quatuor, ac de ortu & progressu haeresis in regnis Scotiae & Angliae ....

Year

1631

Notes

Davidis Camerarii Scoti. De Scotorum fortitudine, doctrina, & pietate libri quatuor, ac de ortu & progressu haeresis in regnis Scotiae & Angliae .... Chalmers, David, ca.1580?-1641 Morin, Jean 1591-1659.

Cameron 1871

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Cameron 1871

Author

Alexander Cameron

Source title

The History and Traditions of the Isle of Skye

Year

1871

CANMORE

Source code

CANMORE

Carey 2000

Source code

Carey 2000

Author

Carey, J

Source title

King of Mysteries: Early Irish Religious Writings

Year

2000

Notes

Carey, J, 2000 King of Mysteries: Early Irish Religious Writings (Dublin)

Carm. Gad.

Source code

Carm. Gad.

Author

Alexander Carmichael

Source title

Carmina Gadelica: Hymns & Incantations collected in the Highlands and Island of Scotland in the last century by Alexander Carmichael

Editors

Moore, C. J.

Year

1992

Notes

Carm. Gad. Carmina Gadelica: Hymns & Incantations collected in the Highlands and Island of Scotland in the last century by Alexander Carmichael ed. Moore, C J (Edinburgh, 1992). Originally published in 1900.

Carney 1983

Source code

Carney 1983

Author

Carney, J

Source title

'A maccucáin, sruth in tíag'

Secondary Title

Celtica

Pages

25-41

Volume

13

Year

1983

Notes

Carney, J (ed.) 1983 'A maccucáin, sruth in tíag' in Celtica 13, 25-41. The poem is also given in Ó Riain 1985, nno 714.

Celtic Kal.

Source code

Celtic Kal.

Source title

Kalendarium Celticum

Editors

Forbes, A. P.

Secondary Title

Kalendar of Scottish Saints

Pages

79-92

Year

1872

Celtic Kal.

Source code

Celtic Kal.

Source title

Kalendarium Celticum

Editors

Forbes, A. P.

Secondary Title

Kalendar of Scottish Saints

Pages

79-92

Year

1872

Notes

Celtic Kal. Kalendarium Celticum, in Forbes 1872, 79-92

Census 1841

Source code

Census 1841

Source title

Census 1841

Year

1841

Census 1871

Source code

Census 1871

CGSH

Source code

CGSH

Source title

Corpus Genealogiarum Sanctorum Hiberniae

Year

1985

Chadwick 1963

Source code

Chadwick 1963

Source title

Celt and Saxon. Studies in the Early British Border

Editors

Chadwick, N

Year

1963

Notes

Chadwick, N (ed)1963, Celt and Saxon. Studies in the Early British Border (Cambridge),

Chalmers iii

Source code

Chalmers iii

Author

Chalmers, George

Source title

Caledonia; or an Account Historical and Topographical, of North Britain, from the most ancient to the present times

Volume

3

Year

1824

Notes

One of a four-volume history.

Charge of the temporality of Kirklands n

Charge of the temporality of Kirklands north of the Forth, 1587-1600. MS in 2 vols, General Register House.

Charles-Edwards 2000

Source code

Charles-Edwards 2000

Author

Charles-Edwards, T

Source title

Early Christian Ireland

Year

2000

Notes

Charles-Edwards, T, 2000 Early Christian Ireland (Cambridge)

Charles-Edwards 2006

Source code

Charles-Edwards 2006

Author

Charles-Edwards, T

Source title

The Chronicle of Ireland

Year

2006

Notes

Charles-Edwards, T, 2006 The Chronicle of Ireland (Liverpool)2 vols.

Chisholm Writs

Source code

Chisholm Writs

Source title

The Inventory of Chisholm Writs 1456-1810

Editors

Jean Munro

Series

Scottish Record Society, New Series 18

Year

1992

Notes

1079 of them, summarised in English. Most of them now lost (since Jean Munro first worked on them), according to her Introduction, i-ii.

Chisholm, Davoch of Clachan

Source code

Chisholm, Davoch of Clachan

Source title

Chisholm Plan of the Davoch of Clachan

Year

1809

Notes

Chisholm plan of the Davoch of Clachan (1809), cited by Simon Taylor & Barbara Crawford, in Beauly, The Aird & Strathglass Place-Name Survey [http://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/beauly/]

Chron. Man.

Source code

Chron. Man.

Author

P.A. Munch

Source title

Chronica Regum Manniae et Insularum. The Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys from the Manuscript Codex in the British Museum

Year

1874

Chron. Melrose

Source code

Chron. Melrose

Source title

The Chronicle of Melrose

Editors

A. O. Anderson et al.

Secondary Title

Facsimile Edition

Year

1936

Notes

Facsimile Edition

Chron. Wyntoun

Source code

Chron. Wyntoun

Source title

The Original Chronicle of Andrew of Wyntoun

Editors

F. J. Amours

Series

Scottish Text Society

Volume

6 vols

Year

1903-14

Notes

Amours died in 1910, after the text had been published, and the Notes, Glossary and Index intended for vol. 1 were ready for press. Only the Introduction remained to be completed, and this was done by J. T. T. Brown and George Neilson, mostly using Amours' materials. See Broun 1999, 96; for a discussion of the various mss of Wyntoun's text, see ibid. 96 ff.

CKA

Source code

CKA

Source title

Chronicle of the Kings of Alba

Notes

This appears in one Medieval MS, known as the Poppleton manuscript: Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale, Ms Latin 4126. It has been known by a number of titles including The Scottish Chronicle. See Woolf 2007, 88-90. It has been edited by Skene 1867, Marjorie Anderson 1973 and Benjamin Hudson 1998.

Clancy 1996a

Source code

Clancy 1996a

Author

T. O. Clancy

Source title

[name of Govan].

Journal

The Society of Friends of Govan Old, Sixth Annual Report

Pages

2-3

Year

1996

Notes

From Scottish Place-Name News no. 7 (Autumn 1999). 'A lively and well-informed debate anent the origins of this important name has been going on in the pages of recent issues of the Annual Reports of The Society of Friends of Govan Old. It all started in the 1996 Report, when Dr Thomas Clancy made the suggestion that earlier proposals for the origin of the name, deriving it from Old Gaelic gobae ‘smith’, or from the diminutive of OG gop, gopán ‘little beak, promontory’, must be rejected. Instead he proposed a derivation from Cumbric *gwovan ‘small crest, hill or promontory’. In the 1997 Report this was challenged by Dr Alan Macquarrie, who re-asserted the gopán derivation. In the 1998 (Eighth) Report Dr Clancy came back with a spirited and, to my mind, convincing defence of his original proposal. All three articles are well worth reading. Copies of the Reports can be obtained from The Society of Friends of Govan Old, Hon. Secretary Mrs Irene Hughson, Banklug Farm, by Shilford, Neilston G78 3AY.'

Clancy 2001

Source code

Clancy 2001

Author

Clancy, T. O.

Source title

'The real St Ninian'

Journal

Innes Review vol. 52 no. 1, 1-28

Volume

52 no. 1

Year

2001

Notes

Clancy, T O, 2001 'The real St Ninian' in IR vol. 52 no 1, 1-28

Clancy and Márkus 1995

Source code

Clancy and Márkus 1995

Author

Clancy, T. O. and Márkus, G

Source title

Iona: the Earliest Poetry of a Celtic Monastery

Year

1995

Notes

Clancy, T O and Márkus, G, 1995 Iona: the Earliest Poetry of a Celtic Monastery (Edinburgh)

CNE

Source code

CNE

Source title

Comainmnigud noem hErenn

Editors

Ó Riain, P

Secondary Title

Corpus Genealogiarum Sanctorum Hiberniae

Pages

nos. 707-708

Year

1985

Notes

CNE Comainmnigud noem hErenn ed. Ó Riain, P 1985 nos 707-708

Cold. Corr.

Source code

Cold. Corr.

Source title

The Correspondence, Inventories etc. of the Priory of Coldingham

Editors

J. Raine

Series

Surtees Society

Year

1841

Coldstream Chartulary

Source code

Coldstream Chartulary

Source title

Chartulary of the Cistercian Priory of Coldstream

Editors

C. Rogers

Series

Grampian Club

Year

1879

Notes

Syllabus exists (W. W. Scott, 2000, Scottish Medievalists). 'The collection comes mainly from an early 15th c. notarial transumpt. Some of it may be corrupt; the editing for the Grampian Club was not always accurate, and so spellings of personal and place-names in particular, and elements of the texts in the acta, are not to be trusted implicitly. In the syllabus place names have been modernised when the identification seemed reasonable.

Colgan 1645 (Acta)

Source code

Colgan 1645 (Acta)

Source title

Acta Sanctorum Veteris et Majoris Scotiae seu Hiberniae, vol i

Editors

Colgan, J

Year

1645

Notes

Colgan 1645 (Acta) Acta Sanctorum Veteris et Majoris Scotiae seu Hiberniae, vol i ed. Colgan, J (Louvain, 1645)

Colgan 1647 (Triadis)

Source code

Colgan 1647 (Triadis)

Author

John Colgan

Source title

Triadis Thaumaturgae seu Divorum Patricii, Columbae, et Brigidae

Year

1647

Notes

Colgan 1647 (Triadis) Triadis Thaumaturgae seu Divorum Patricii, Columbae, et Brigidae ed. Colgan, J (Louvain, 1647)

Cothrom

Source code

Cothrom

Source title

Cothrom

Secondary Title

The bilingual [Gaelic and English] quarterly from CLI

Coupar Angus Chrs.

Source code

Coupar Angus Chrs.

Source title

Charters of the Abbey of Coupar Angus

Editors

D. E. Easson

Series

Scottish History Society

Volume

2 vols.

Year

1947

Coupar Angus Rental

Source code

Coupar Angus Rental

Source title

Rental Book of the Cistercian Abbey of Cupar Angus

Series

Grampian Club

Year

1879-80

Cowan 1967

Source code

Cowan 1967

Author

I. B. Cowan

Source title

The Parishes of Medieval Scotland

Series

Scottish Record Society

Volume

93

Year

1967

Cox, 2010

Source code

Cox, 2010

Author

Richard Cox

Source title

Scottish Gaelic Sanda and its Aliases

Journal

Journal of Scottish Name Studies

Pages

61-102

Volume

4

Year

2010

CPLS

Source code

CPLS

Source title

Calendar of Papal Letters to Scotland

CPLS i

Source code

CPLS i

Source title

Calendar of Papal Letters to Scotland of Clement VII of Avignon, 1378-1394

Editors

Charles Burns, Annie I. Dunlop (eds)

Series

Scottish History Society

Year

1976

CPLS ii

Source code

CPLS ii

Source title

Calendary of Papal Letters to Scotland of Benedict XIII of Avignon, 1394-1419

Editors

Francis McGurk

Series

Scottish History Society

Year

1976

Crawford 1804

Source code

Crawford 1804

Source title

Carwford, William Map of Dumfries-shire (Edinburgh, 1804)

Crawford Priory Collection

Source code

Crawford Priory Collection

Source title

Crawford Priory Collection

Cressy 1688

Source code

Cressy 1688

Source title

Church History of Brittany

Year

1688

Notes

Cressy, Father Hugh Paulinus Serenus of the Holy Order of S. Benedict, 1688, Church History of Brittany [This is available as an e-book via GU lib.

Crichie/1775

Source code

Crichie/1775

Source title

Estate map of lands of Crichie

Year

1775

CS

Source code

CS

Source title

Chronicon Scotorum

Editors

Mac Niocaill, G and Hennessy, W

Year

2003

Notes

Originally ed. by Hennessy in 1866 (Rolls Series, London). Also published on line at www.ucc.ie/celt.

CSD

Source code

CSD

Source title

Concise Scots Dictionary

CSSR i

Source code

CSSR i

Source title

Calendar of Scottish Supplications to Rome, 1418-1422

Editors

E.R. Lindsay & A.I. Cameron

Series

Scottish History Society

Year

1934

CSSR ii

Source code

CSSR ii

CSSR ii

Source code

CSSR ii

Source title

Calendar of Scottish Supplications to Rome, 1423-1428

Editors

Annie Dunlop

Series

Scottish History Society

Year

1956

CSSR iv

Source code

CSSR iv

Source title

Calendar of Scottish Supplications to Rome 1433-1447

Editors

A. I. Dunlop & D. MacLauchlan

Series

Calendar of Scottish Supplications to Rome

Year

1983

Culsh/1768

Source code

Culsh/1768

Author

James May (surveyor)

Source title

A Plan of the Lands of Culsh, the Property of Arthur Dingwall Fordyce Esq.

Notes

Scale given in chains Colour faded browns and yellows Size 6 ft 6 inches by 3 ft. 4 inches Material linen Condition map surface flaking and very fragile. Seen 7 Nov. 1999 by S. Taylor. Content Notes Fields all carefully drawn with exact Acres, Roods and Falls. Scattering of small farms or holdings shown, with no clearly demarcated boundaries; almost exclusively names of tenants as opposed to farm-names written beside each e.g. George Andrew or Alex. Couper [whose name written beside a steading just east of ‘Commonty’ , along with another word which I cannot read], Will Low [near present Hilton of Culsh Cottage] + 6 or 7 more; exceptions are ‘Whiti[?]nBogg’ [Whitebog], ‘Commonty’, ‘Hiltown House’ [Hilton of Culsh], ‘North Mains’. ‘Standen Stones’ and ‘Standing Stones’ used twice in connection with main east-west road, but unclear whether referring to farm of that name, or to actual standing stones [not shown] – probably former. Mains of Culsh shown but not named with policies laid out and big drainage ditches. ‘Mill’ and ‘Milldam’ at north-east end of ‘Den’ [of Culsh]. In top left (n.w. corner) a striking square plantation (probably only projected and never executed – see also Culsh/1809) laid out with intricate patterns of walk-ways in straight and curving lines. Marches on n. side ‘From Point A to Point B the march betwixt Culsh and Lord Aberdeen’, which march goes down the n. end of w. side; on e. side ‘The march with Artamford’; along whole s. side ‘The march with Culsh and Pitfour’; along w. side ‘The march with Culsh and Alathan’. Roads The predecessor of the New Deer to Cuminestown road is called ‘Millstone Road’ – takes roughly same line, but less straight, and (still) forms w. march of lands of Hilton of Culsh. The main e-w. road very much less straight. ‘Road from the Mill Stone Road to Standen Stones’. Further to east is written by it: ‘Road to Standing Stones And Intended to be Sloped’.

Culsh/1809

Source code

Culsh/1809

Author

Al ? Irvine Ross, Land Surveyor, Tyrie Mains (surveyor)

Source title

Plan of the Lands of Culsh, the property of Ar. Dingwall Fordyce Esq.

Year

1809

Notes

Colour various Size 6 ft. 6 inches by c. ? 2 ft 4 inches Material linen Condition fair Seen 7 Nov. 1999 by Simon Taylor Content Notes Marches of Culsh are those shown on Culsh/1768. Various farms clearly laid out and demarcated. All fields are numbered, with acreage (acres, roods, falls) given for each + description of the type of field e.g. Arable, Muir, Infield, Outfield, midling (sic) good land, good land, pasture. The farms are: ‘THE FARM OF WHITE-BOG’ [with no trace of South Whitebog or Nether Whitebog: note that these are Worldsend and not named respectively on OS 6 inch 1st edn.]; THE FARM OF COMMONTY [with present farm-house the only building on the farm – nothing at North Commonty or Greens of Commonty]; THE FARM OF STANDING-STONES [stretches right along south of Commonty to west of road to Cuminestown]; THE FARM OF HILTON; NORTH MAINS OF CULSH; THE FARM OF NEWTON; MAINS OF CULSH [field-names given e.g. Breadless Park, Upper and Nether Water Lands, Upper and Nether Howfolds]; MILL CROFT. Note also that the elaborate (planned) wood shown on Culsh/1768 in n.w. corner of estate is not shown; just rough ground with a farm [of which no trace appears on OS Pathf.] laid out on part of it. Also the area is traversed by the new, straight ‘Road from Comminestone to Newdeer’. Marches with ‘Federat’ in north, ‘Ardtamford’ in east, ‘Auchreddie’ in south and ‘Allathan’ in west. Roads The ‘Mill Stone Road’ of Culsh/1768 partly gone, partly track and farm boundary (of Hilton – west side); superseded by the new, straight ‘Road from Comminestone to Newdeer’. No trace of New Deer – Mains of Culsh – Brucklay road. Contents given in lower right-hand corner. Total Acreage: Arable – 692 Pasture – 55 Muir – 326 Moss – 49 TOTAL - 1122

CWP

Source code

CWP

Source title

Carmichael Watson Project

Notes

On-line collection and annotated catalogue of Carmichael Watson Papers, held at the University of Edinburgh. http://www.carmichaelwatson.lib.ed.ac.uk/cwatson/en/