Easter Glengeynet (site of)
In 1404 the lands of Tullochcurran, the castle of Glennatnay (Glengeynet) and the lands of Kirktoun of Eassie were granted by Isabella Douglas, Countess of Mar, to Walter Ogilvy, Lord of Carcary.
In 1470 the lands of Tilicuran (Tullochcurran), Dalgarne (Dalnagairn) and Glennatnay, with the fortalice of Glennatnay, were granted to John Stewart of Fertirgill (Forthergill or Fortingall) by James III.
E. Glengeynet and W. Glengeynet are marked on Pont’s late 16th century map of Strathardle. Comparing the courses of the waterways marked on Pont’s map with those on the current Ordnance Survey map would seem to place E. Glengeynet in the vicinity of Mains of Glenderby.
A single Glengeynet is marked on Adair’s late 17th century map without enough accuracy to pinpoint its specific location.
I have placed the site of the castle at the ruins of the farm of Mains of Glenderby pending further research.
Alternative names for Easter Glengeynet
E. Glengeynet; East Glengeynet; Gleann Geunaid; Glen Derby; Glenderby; Glengaisnett; Glengaisnot; Glengeynet; Glengeynit; Glennatnay; Glengaisnothe; Glenganot; Mains of Glenderby; Tomvule