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Re: Does anyone know the family origins?
Posted by: Fred Duthie Date: August 05, 2001 at 11:04:54
In Reply to: Does anyone know the family origins? by Philip Schienbein of 354

I will glad to email anyone interested in possible origins of the name Duthie. I have recorded every source I could find and have to leave the reader to draw conclusions. I could not have been what George Black suggests in his great book, Surnames of Scotland. My best feeling is that we originated in the Flanders area and, for some reason, some left and settled along the east coast of the UK. Only in Scotland did they have the name Duthy or Duthie. Incidentally, the pronounciation of Duthie in Scotland is with the "u" as in "up" but overseas the name is often with the "u" as "you".
Cordially,
Fred Duthie FDuthie@aol.com


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