Two towers and a church, all seemingly named Cowtyr, are marked on Pont’s late 16th century map. This may represent Culter Allers, the kirk of Culter, and Culter House.
In 1510 John Menzies of Comrie, son of John Menzies of Weme and Janet Carruthers, received a grant of Culterallers from his brother, Sir Robert Menzies of Innercrean.
The Baillies of Bagbie and Hardington, a cadet branch of the Baillies of Lamington, bought Culterallers from Menzies of Culterallers in 1771.
At some point the house seems to have been demolished and replaced by a new house to the east.
Alternative names for Culter Allers
Coulter-Allers; Coulterallers; Cowtyr; Culter-Allers; Culteralers; Culteralleis; Culterallers
Where is Culter Allers?
Culter Allers is in the parish of Culter and the county of Lanarkshire.
Grid reference:NT 0255 3400
Lat / long:55.589895,-3.547674