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Re: What my name is?
Posted by: Donna Johnson-Rattray Date: October 27, 2001 at 13:59:43
In Reply to: What my name is? by Graham Robert Nicklin Rattray of 239



http://www.scottish-towns.co.uk/perthshire/blairgowrie/history1.html
This web site shows a new meaning to the Rattray name that I hadn't heard about until this. It does mention the Mound fort.

"The name Rattray means "The Fort of the Hunter" which alludes to the ancient fort on a mound to the east of Rattray. "


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