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This name means fields with ridges and ferns.
This surname is widespread across Scotland, especially Ayrshire, Lanarkshire and Aberdeen.
You can learn more about the origins of Dunlops, Dunlaps and other variants at clandunlop.com.
This locational name is related to Fullerton near Ayr and Foulertoun near Forfar.
This surname is thought to have its roots in a medieval estate in Ayrshire.
Loudoun, Ayrshire, and Rathven, Banffshire, had the most Mairs in the late 19th century.
This is a diminutive of the personal name Sluaghadh, meaning ‘raider’.
This name originated in Kilmarnock, home of the highest number of Templetons in 1891.
In 1881 Ayrshire had nearly 4,000 Wilsons.
This an ancient surname associated with the Borderlands between England and Scotland.