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origin of the Scottish surname Traill.

R. C. Traill

origin of the Scottish surname Traill.

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Published by The Author in Melbourne .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Traill family.

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    Open LibraryOL19596188M

    Macwatt may be written as Macquhat. Anglo-Norman nobles acquired grants of land around Scotland and introduced the feudal system of land tenure. If any writings were to be drawn up correctly, go to Mr Traill. If so it described a ferocious individua, or again probably the reverse. Gilchrist, a gaelic name meaning servant of Christ, might be anglicised to Christopher.

    In it was recorded that he was studying theology. Lawrence the martyr, merks for the redemption of the four pound lands of Strabroke in the town and territory of Ester Strabroke and sheriffdom of Linlithgow, sometime pledged by the deceased Robert Creichton of Sanchar, knight, great-grandfather of the said Robert, lord Creichtone, to the deceased Adam Cant, father of the said Henry, under reversion, with a tack of the said lands for five years, and to renounce and resign to the said lord Creichton these four pound lands of Ester Strabroke. The Surnames of Scotland: their origin, meaning and history. In he was recorded as an official of Glasgow, Canon of Ross, Canon and Treasurer of Glasgow without responsibilty to which he had been appointed by Gregory XI prior toDean of Moray, judge of the papal palace, rector of Fetteresso, and vicar of Monifeith, appointed Bishop of St.

    Priori et Conventui Sancti Andrew. This database makes extensive use of Kith and Kin to check and confirm the accuracy of the information supplied, but does not rely on this source alone. Also, not all names beginning with the prefix are derived from Gaelic personal names; in areas along the Lowland border, the prefix was added to the diminutives of non-Gaelic personal names ending with the suffix -ie for example, McRitchie, MacWillie. In it was recorded that he was studying theology.


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origin of the Scottish surname Traill. by R. C. Traill Download PDF Ebook

Gilchrist, a gaelic name meaning servant of Christ, might be anglicised origin of the Scottish surname Traill. book Christopher. The exact search looks for the surname entered in full, and is generally faster.

Johnston area. The data was further enhanced with names of people that were not entitled to vote. Now our surname database isn't infallible and we're continually updating and upgrading it, but if your name isn't there, then you're going to have to tackle the problem in a slightly different way.

Black, New York He was an early settler in Londonderry, New Hampshire, although not with his brother John who had died earlier that year. Another common Scottish surname is Armstrongwhich means the son of a strong man.

The old castle was then destroyed to prevent it falling into English hands again. Registered users are invited to share their findings in the Clan Names database. I think the text has been produced by OCR optical character recognitionbut the NLS is usually very good at digitising text.

Edinburgh: Birlinn,Reprinted first published by the New York Public Library, - viewed as the principal work on surname origins.

Scottish surnames

Archibald Douglas known as Archibald the grim at some time in the last decade of the 14th century deeded Blebo the Trail family home to Bishop Walter as freehold, which Walter then gave to his nephew Alexander.

Murray from the lands of Moray, and Ogilvie, which, according to Black, derives from the barony of Ogilvie in the parish of Glamis, Angus.

Macwatt may be written as Macquhat. McCain Foods is now the largest producer of French fries in the world. A few years before this Sir John's death inhis son Reginald returned from Bordeaux and had sold up the English estates by his own death in In addition this well organised order is believed to have been a pattern for many of the military orders, including the Knights Templar.

Joseph McCain was an early settler in Calhoun county, Alabama in ; while another descendant William McCain migrated in origin of the Scottish surname Traill. book Mississippi where he started a cotton plantation at Teoc in Carroll county.

Andrew's records. During the year of the crowning of the new king init was Walter Trail who smoothed over the problems caused by The 'Wolf origin of the Scottish surname Traill. book Badenoch' Stewart Alexander, Earl or Buchan who had been excommunicated for destroying Elgin Cathedral in that year but was absolved by Bishop Trail in the Black friars!

She married Robert Bethune In some families where patronyms origin of the Scottish surname Traill. book used, once a man acquired lands in Britain he would assume his surname from these lands. In his son, Robert, had seized the castle of Kirkwall and the steeple of the cathedral, and held them with an armed force, but the outbreak was put down by the Earl of Caithness, and both father and son were executed at Edinburgh in on a charge of treason.

Of Mr Traill it may be said that in every respect he, for many years, was everything to everybody. The marriage of John Trail known to all of us, nowadays as The old Laird. But of course the Douglas lands were divided into many different properties and manors.

Earl Patrick even excelled his father in his despotism, compelling the people to work like slaves in carrying on buildings and other works for him, confiscating the lands of the inhabitants on the most trivial pretences, carrying off the movable goods of any who dared to leave the islands without special permission from himself or his deputies, and - crowning display of his savage temper and avarice- ordaining that 'if any man tried to give relief to ships, or any vessel distressed by tempest, the same shall be punished in his person and fined at the Earl's pleasure.

James' eldest son, George, who also studied Law, was born in and for many years represented the County of Caithness in Parliament. Jhon Traill, born ; died 9 May in Magask. Here it may derive from the pre medieval word 'lewo' meaning a lion, and hence was a name given to a brave or regal person.

Cameroun for Cameron, Robertsoun or Robertsoune for Robertson. Mc is just an abbreviation for Mac and is not a different surname; neither does it indicate that you're Irish.

Andrews and their staff.Scottish fold's ears fold forward and downward, giving a cap-like appearance to the head. Breed Profile. History and Origin InScottish shepherd William Ross noticed a cat with unusual folded ears at a neighbor’s farm near Coupar Angus in the Tayside Region of Scotland.

This first fold, Suzie, was a white barn cat of unknown parentage. Is your Surname Scottish? The Zabrowsky tartan. One of the most frequent inquires that we deal with is along the lines of: "My surname is Zabrowsky and I can't find my tartan!" Not all the surname queries are quite as unusual as that one but there does seem to be a widespread misconception that if your granny was frightened by a Scotsman, then.

Rhoton is a German and French surname from the s. Some people believe that it is derived from the French word for red, but the origin is overall unknown.

The name represents strength and power. RICHAUD French. RICHE English, In the book "Surnames of the United Kingdom: A Concise Etymological Dictionary by Henry Harrison and Gyda.Trail Coat of Arms / Pdf Family Crest This surname TRAIL is of French and Cornish origin.

In France the name was a topographic name for someone who lived near .Aug 16,  · Means "foreigner, stranger, Celt" from Norman French waleis (of Germanic origin). It was often used to denote native Welsh and Bretons. A famous bearer was the 13th-century Sir William Wallace of Scotland.Scottish Genealogy Society Index of Family Histories held Ebook of general notes about the family, alphabetcial list of people with the surname HANKS, almost exclusively from England.

Three page letter on the origin of the name. Photocopy of the book, 'The Pursuit of .