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Re: Barbara m Peter MORRISON, Argyll, Scotld
Posted by: John A McQuaig Sr Date: January 28, 2000 at 15:22:05
In Reply to: Barbara m Peter MORRISON, Argyll, Scotld by Brian Turner of 2

According to Black's surnames of Scotland the name came from MacDhubhaig, meaning son of Blackie, or Olaf the Black. Many variations of the name are McCuaig, McCoaig, etc.


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