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Re: Where did the name Duthie originate ?
Posted by: Janine Cooper-Moren (ID *****2930) Date: February 05, 2005 at 20:25:30
In Reply to: Re: Where did the name Duthie originate ? by Charlie Duthie of 354

I just found this printed in a family genealogy booklet, compiled by Margaret Duthie April 1, 1941:

The Name, DUTHIE
       This is one of our Scottish Saint Names, from St. Duthae whose church was at Tain. Besides Tain there are several places in Scotland which mark his travels Kilduthie in Kincardineshire, in Kintail, Loch Duich from the Gaelic, Dubthaich (bh and ch, mute) Dubthaichs near or in Glen Afric. (This information about the Name was secured by Vivian Duthie-Morgan, daughter of John Purvis Duthie of Pullman, Washington, and great, great, grand-daughter of the William Duthie I with whom this Genealogy begins.)

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