Several Scottish names are of different origins and come from somewhere other than Scotland. If you are sure, you are from the Scottish line of your family, then we do not question such things. Ours is a personalization business, so bring us your questions and ideas, if you want something from another line of your family then let us know. We will always do our best to accommodate your vision.
FAMILIES THAT ARE PART OF THIS CLAN
Ardes, Auchinloick, Ballewan, Bonar (from de Bonare), Bonnar, Bontein, Bontine, Bontyne, Bountene, Buchlyrie(y), Bullman, Buntain, Bunten, Buntin(e), Bunting, Buntyn, Buting, Claverhouse, Conyers, Crampshee, Cramsy, Cransie, Drumaguhassie, Drumguhassle, Duchray, Duchwray, Dugslston, Durchray, Fintraie, Fintrie, Graeme, Graeme, Graham, Grahame, Grahym, Grim, Grime, Grimes, Grimm, Hadden, Haddin, Haddon, Hastie, Hastiy, Hasty, Howden, Howe, Howie, Lingo, MacCribon, MacGilvern, MacGilvernock, MacGilvernoel, MacGribon, MacGrime, MacGrimen, MacIlvern, MacIlvernock, MacKibbins, MacPiot, MacPiott, MacPotts, MacRibon, MacRigh, MacRis, MacRiss, MacShile, MacShillie, Maharg, Mentenith, Orchille, Piatt, Pitcarian, Pyatt, Pye, Pyott, Reddock, Rednock, Riddock, Serjeant, Sirowan, Strowan (sruthan) sruhan, Strowen, Tintray, Glennie(y), Menteith (monadh Teid), Monteith, Moodie, Monteith, Altrdes