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Scottish names in Ulster

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The plantation of Ulster in the 17th century led to many Scottish people settling in Ireland. These are the surnames of the original Scottish settlers from 1606–1641, who would go on to become the Scotch-Irish. These names can normally be sorted into three different groups according to their origin: Celtic (for example: Agnew, Buchanan, Colquhoun, McDonnell, Morrow, Orr), Norman (for example: Barbour, Burke, Gamble, Granger, Johnston, Martin) and Anglo-Saxon (for example: Wilson, Knox, Cunningham, Fenton, Henderson).

Contents

A

  • Abercrombie
  • Acheson
  • Achmootie
  • Adair
  • Adams
  • Agnew
  • Aicken
  • Alexander
  • Algeo
  • Allen
  • Anderson
  • Andrews
  • Arkles
  • Arnett
  • Austin
  • B

  • Bailie
  • Barbour
  • Barkley
  • Barr
  • Barry
  • Bauld
  • Beattie
  • Bell
  • Black
  • Blackwood
  • Blair
  • Boyd
  • Boyle
  • Bozwell
  • Brackley
  • Brisbane
  • Brown
  • Bruce
  • Bryce
  • Buchanan
  • Burke
  • Burne
  • Burns
  • Buthill
  • C

  • Cahoon
  • Calte
  • Calwell
  • Campbell
  • Carcott
  • Carlile
  • Carmichael
  • Carothers
  • Carr
  • Carslaw
  • Carson
  • Cathcart
  • Catherwood
  • Cawder
  • Chambers
  • Clapham
  • Clendinning
  • Cloggie
  • Coch
  • Colquhoun
  • Colville
  • Cooper
  • Cowper
  • Craig
  • Crawford
  • Creighton
  • Creire
  • Crosby
  • Cunningham
  • Cuthbertson
  • D

  • Danielston
  • Davidson
  • Davyson
  • Deans
  • Deinbone
  • Demstar
  • Dewar
  • Dick
  • Dickson
  • Doninge
  • Dougal
  • Douglas
  • Dowling
  • Drum
  • Drummond
  • Dunbar
  • Dunlop
  • Dunne
  • Dunsayer
  • Dykes
  • E

  • Echlin
  • Edmonston
  • Edwards
  • Ekyn
  • Elliott
  • Ellis
  • Elpinstone
  • English
  • Erving
  • Ewart
  • F

  • Fenton
  • Ferguson
  • Ferly
  • Ferry
  • Forester
  • Fingleton
  • Finlay
  • Flack
  • Fleming
  • Forecheade
  • Forsith (Forsyth/Forsythe)
  • Frazer
  • Freeborne
  • Fullerton
  • Fulton
  • Futhie
  • Fyieff
  • G

  • Gaate
  • Galbraith
  • Galt
  • Gamble
  • Gemmil
  • Gibb
  • Gibson
  • Gillaspie
  • Gilmore
  • Glass
  • Glen
  • Glye
  • Gordon
  • Graham
  • Granger
  • Granton
  • Gray
  • Greenshields
  • Greer
  • Grindall
  • Gryme
  • Grynney
  • H

  • Haldane
  • Hall
  • Hamill
  • Hamilton
  • Harne
  • Harper
  • Harvey
  • Hatrick
  • Heigate
  • Henderson
  • Hendrie
  • Hendry
  • Henrison
  • Henry
  • Hepburn
  • Highgate
  • Hilton
  • Hogg
  • Holmes
  • Honis
  • Hood
  • Hope
  • Howell
  • Howie
  • Howson
  • Hudgsone
  • Huggin
  • Hunter
  • Hutchine
  • J

  • Johnson
  • Johnston
  • Julius
  • K

  • Karns
  • Keeland
  • Kelso
  • Kennedy
  • Kernes
  • Kilpatrick
  • Kinnear
  • Knox
  • Kuming
  • Kyd
  • Kyle
  • L

  • Laderdeill
  • Lainge
  • Lauder
  • Lawes
  • Lawson
  • Laycock
  • Leckey
  • Leech
  • Leitch
  • Leslie
  • Lindsay
  • Livingstone
  • Lockhard
  • Lodge
  • Logan
  • Logy
  • Lother
  • Love
  • Luke
  • Lutfoot
  • Lynn
  • Lyon
  • M, Mac, Mc

  • Machell
  • Machen
  • Macintyre
  • Mackeson
  • Macklelland (McClellan/McClelland)
  • Magee
  • Maghan
  • Martin
  • Mathysin
  • Maxwell
  • McAlexander
  • McAula
  • McAulay
  • McAuld
  • McBurney
  • McCamuel
  • McCartney
  • McCashin
  • McCassick
  • McCausland
  • McCawley
  • McClairne
  • McCreaghan
  • McCrery
  • McCullough
  • McDonnell
  • McDougall
  • McDowell
  • McErdy
  • McEvene
  • McEwen
  • McFarland
  • McGee
  • McGern
  • McGowan
  • McIlchany
  • McIlmurry
  • McIlveyne
  • McIlwrath
  • McKaudy
  • McKay
  • McKearne
  • McKee
  • McKernan
  • McKilmun
  • McKinney
  • McKittrick
  • McKym
  • McLellan
  • McLintagh (McClintock)
  • McLoghery
  • McLornan
  • McMakene
  • McMath
  • McMillin
  • McNaughton
  • McNeill
  • McNilly
  • McPhedrish
  • McVegany
  • Means
  • Meen
  • Melvin
  • Mikell
  • Millar
  • Miller
  • Mitchell
  • Moffatt
  • Molsed
  • Moncrieg
  • Monett
  • Moneypenny
  • Montgomery
  • Moon
  • Moore
  • Moorhead
  • Morgan
  • Morne
  • Morrison
  • Morrow
  • Morton
  • Mowlane
  • Muntreeth
  • Murdogh
  • Murduff
  • Mure
  • Murray
  • Musgrave
  • N

  • Nelson
  • Nesbit
  • Nevin
  • Newburgh
  • Niven
  • Norris
  • O

  • Orr
  • P

  • Paddin
  • Parke
  • Parker
  • Paton
  • Patoun
  • Patterson
  • Peacock
  • Peebles
  • Peere
  • Petticrew
  • Plowright
  • Pollock
  • Pont
  • Pooke
  • Power
  • Price
  • Pringle
  • Purveyance
  • R

  • Rae
  • Ralston
  • Ramsay
  • Rankin
  • Read
  • Redgate
  • Reid
  • Richardson
  • Ritchie
  • Robb
  • Robert
  • Robin
  • Robinson
  • Robson
  • Rodgers
  • Roger
  • Rose
  • Rudd
  • Russell
  • S

  • Sare
  • Saunderson
  • Savage
  • Sawer
  • Sayne
  • Scott
  • Semple
  • Seton
  • Sharpe
  • Shaw
  • Shirloe
  • Simpson
  • Skingeor
  • Smelley
  • Smellham
  • Smith
  • Smyth
  • Somervell
  • Spence
  • Spier
  • Spottiswood
  • Stanehouse
  • Stanton
  • Steele
  • Stephenson
  • Stevenson
  • Stevin
  • Stewart
  • Strawbridge
  • Sturgeon
  • Sutherland
  • Symington
  • Symonson
  • Syne
  • T

  • Tate
  • Taylor
  • Tees
  • Thomas
  • Thompson
  • Thomson
  • Todd
  • Trail
  • Trane
  • Trench
  • Trimble
  • Tullis
  • U

  • Udney
  • V

  • Valentine
  • Vance
  • W

  • Waddell
  • Walker
  • Wallace
  • Walshe
  • Walson
  • Wanchop
  • Wardlaw
  • Watson
  • Weir
  • Welsh
  • Wigton
  • Wilkie
  • Williamson
  • Wilson
  • Witherspoon
  • Wood
  • Woolson
  • Wright
  • Wylie
  • Wyms
  • Y

  • Young
  • References

    Scottish names in Ulster Wikipedia


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