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Re: Ardrey - Airigh
Posted by: Adam Ardrey Date: March 04, 2001 at 11:28:14
In Reply to: Ardrey Family in Mo. by Vickie L. Ardrey of 135

I believe Ardrey is dervived from the Scottish Gaelic - ARD meaning high and AIRIGH meaning a pasture(pronounced ARY).I have found two in Scotland. One on Loch Awe,Argyll, just north of Fincharn Castle. It is near a burn (stream) which has Airigh as part of its name. The other is on the Arnamurchan peninsula.


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