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Re: McDougall/McDougald of Ardencaple
Posted by: Angus Macmillan (ID *****4098) Date: September 23, 2013 at 15:04:15
In Reply to: Re: McDougall/McDougald of Ardencaple by pat burdick of 66394

Buidhe is indeed a well known name, especially in the central districts of South Uist, and also in Jura. It is the Gaelic word for yellow, hence normally derives from someone with flaxen hair.


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