If anyone has further documentation transcripts of Pattullo or variations of that name living in Perthshire pre 1700 please post here the details. Here are a few I came across:
Instrument of Transumpt. Witnesses: Mr. William Barry [Barrie], notary public, William Pyot [Pyott], John Pettillok [Pattullo] and David Rede [Reid]. [Seal appended.]
William Pettillok, graniter of Arbroath. 24 June 1533
Instrument of sasine following on precept, not recited, by John Charteris of Kinclevin in favour of Johanna Charteris, daughter and heir of said John, in lands of Kinclewin, Ballatheyss, Drummoquhen and Drummoquhassell in sheriffdom of Perth, 20 June 1543.
Notary: John Pettillo, priest, Dunkeld diocese.
INSTRUMENT of SASINE. Witnesses: Eugenius Rynd [Rhind]; Thomas Dog [Doig], burgess of Perth; William Small in Petty; Robert Patillo [Pattullo] in Kynnochtry-myln [Kinnochtey-miln]; Robert Small; John Small. Notary: Walter Ramsay, St. Andrews diocese.
FEU CHARTER of Patrick, bishop of Moray and commendator of Scone, to Jonet Small (in life-rent) and Robert Pettillo [Pattullo], her son, of the corn-mill of Kynnochtre [Kinnochtey], with three acres of land, in the lordship and regality of Scone and sheriffdom of Pertht [Perth]. Contains a precept of sasine directed to John Bonar in Carnbadye [Cairnbeddie] and John Small. Dated at the monastery of Scone, 10 January, 1560. Witnesses: Mr. John Dowglas [Douglas]; Andrew Moncreif [Moncrieff]; Alexander Blair, chamberlain. Signatures of the bishop-commendator and of Henry Abircrumby [Abercromby], prior; James Hepburne [Hepburn]; William Hepburne; John Blair; Thomas Moresone [Morrison]; James Pytcarne [Pitcairn]; Thomas Crukschank [Cruikshank]; Andrew Hornar [Horner]; Thomas Carnwacht [Carnwath]; William Donaldson: Robert Carwar [Robert Carver]. [Tag; seal gone].
Charter by John Menzies of that ilk to William Menzies in Glenquoycht and Margaret Murray, his spouse, of an annualrent of £20 scots over £10 land of Dalrannychtis and Coult, in barony of Kincardyn by annexation, sheriffdom of Perth, 11 June 1576.
Witnesses: John Redheugh apparent of Megour, John Menteith alias Barroune of Murlogane, Alexander Andersoune, skinner, John Pettillo, writer, and John Davidsoune, notary.
CHARTER of David, lord of Scone, confirming a charter by deceased Robert Thayn [Thain], portioner of Kinnochtrie to the deceased Robert Pittilloch [Pattullo], feuar of the corn-mill of Kynnochtrie, of an eighth part of the lands of Kynnochtrie, dated 14 May 1574. Dated at Falkland, 13 January, 1612
Carmyllie: Discharges by Mr. Henry Pettillok, minister of Carmylie, to Mr. Andrew Drumound, minister of Panbryde, and by the said Mr. Andrew to the laird of Panmure of vicarage teinds of Carmylie 1620, November 15 and 1621, January 1
Carmyllie: Discharges (8) by Mr. Henry Pettillok, minister of Carmylie, to Patrick Maule of Panmure of vicarage teinds etc. of Carmylie
CHARTER, but the lands to be held a me of the holder of the lordship of Scone. Dated at Kynnochtrie,  February 1653. Witnesses: George Pattillo [Pattullo], elder, George Pattilo, younger, ministers at Newtyll [Newtyle]; James Pattillo, elder, litster in Coupar; James Pilmour [Pilmuir], notary public. [Tag; seal gone].
INSTRUMENT of SASINE Witnesses: George Pattillo [Pattullo], elder, George Pattillo, younger, ministers at Newtyll [Newtyle]; Adam Geikie in Kynnochtrie; John Blair there; James Pattillo, lawful son to James Pattillo, litster in Cowpar [Coupar]. Notary - James Pilmour [Pilmuir], Dunkeld diocese. (Registered at Perth, 12 April, 1653).
[Extract] Decreet cognitionis causa in action at the instance of Walter Pittilloch, writer in Edinburgh, against John Pittillo, son and apparent heir of deceased John Pittillo of Milnehaugh. Edinburgh.
Now the last one is my ancestor and I feel he is the son of either George Pattillo elder or younger ministers mentioned above. One would see the place Kynnochtrie it appears John above who seems to have died about 1686 has a son born 1665 who became Laird of Kinnochtrie. If anyone can help me link these names or provide further pre 1700 Pattullo names in Perthshire, especially Kinnochtry that would be fantastic ! !