First documented reference to the property.
Bishop Lamberton rebuilds various properties in the area, including Dairsie.
A Parliament of Scotland is held at Dairsie Castle to decide on a strategy to meet the invasion of Edward III.
Archbishop Formand grants Dairsie to a David Learmonth.
The Learmonth family's fortune begins to wane.
The Learmonths sell Dairsie to Archbishop Spottiswoode.
Spottiswoode builds the church of St. Mary's next to the castle.
Sir John Spottiswoode sells Dairsie to the Morrison family.
Dairsie passes to the Morrisons' largest creditor, Alexander Bruce of Broomhall.
Dairsie is acqured by Major General Jogn Scott of Scotstarvit.
John Barnes buys the property from the Duchess of Portland.
The castle is sold to Henry Trail and, subsequently, to the Erksine Family.
Chris Ruffle buys Dairsie and spends the next 4 years restoring it, with great complications caused by the listed building status placed on the property.
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