FYI: Machan- There was a tenement of this name in the Vale of Clyde. Adam Machan witnessed two charters by Orabile who died about 1203. Thomas,son of John of Machan, was juror on an inquest made by Sir Alexander Uviet, sheriff of Lanark, in 1262-1263.
Note: "Tenement" is a word applied to what we now know as a dwelling-house or a habitation. Derived from Latin word "tenere which means "to hold".
Note: The name Machan means son of Han. It could have been "Englished" ( or Anglisized) as "Hanson" which is also Scandinavian- although I'm not sure of its ever having been "Englished".
Note: The name "Orabille",mentioned above could have been a noblewoman who died previous to June 30,1203. This could have a connection with charter Adam Machan witnessed 1203!