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Re: Origin of Kinnard
Posted by: Sheila Kinnear Curran Date: June 11, 1999 at 13:51:40
In Reply to: Re: Origin of Kinnard by Myrna Kinner of 189

I have been researching the surname Kinnear and have found many variations in spelling - Kinner, Kinnaird, Kinnier, Kineer, etc. The name is from The Kingdom of Fife in Scotland and means headland. Although I have had difficulty researching some names in my family I have found Kinnear very easy as Fife have kept wonderful records, enabling me to search back to 1669. I would love to hear from Kinnears and would gladly exchange information.

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