4 edition of Origin & history of the ancient name Kilgour found in the catalog.
Origin & history of the ancient name Kilgour
|Other titles||Origin and history of the ancient name Kilgour|
|Statement||[by Roy E. Killgore].|
|LC Classifications||CS439.K53 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||Hard & CD|
|Pagination||244 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||2009415008|
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OCLC Number: Notes: "12 January "--Page 5. Description: pages ; 29 cm: Other Titles: Origin and history of the ancient name Kilgour. I will be very happy to send you a copy of both volumes plus a copy of "Origin & History of the Ancient Name Kilgour".
This narrative applies to all Kilgore's worldwide and brings together information that helps everyone understand and learn about their very ancient name.
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The Kilgour family name was first used by descendants of the Pictish people of ancient is a name for someone who lived in Kilgour, which is located near Falkland in the county of Fife. "The ancient name of a parish in Fifeshire, Scotland, so called from kill, a church, and gour, a hill—the church on the hill, or surrounded by hills.".
Origin & history of the ancient name Kilgour by Roy Killgore,Roy E. Killgore edition, Hard & CD in English - [36th Revison].Pages: Copies of the original book "Origin & History of the Ancient Name Kilgour" are no longer available but CD copies of a somewhat updated version are available if.
Kilgour Origin: Scotland. Origins of Kilgour: It is an old Scottish surname. It derives from a place known as 'The lands of Kilgour', near Falkland in the divisions of Fife, and it was once demande possibly in jest that 'the surname was popular as far afield as Aberdeenshire'.
How Popular is the name Kilgour. As a last name Kilgour was th most popular name in When was the first name Kilgour first recorded in the United States.
The oldest recorded birth by the Social Security Administration for the name Kilgour is Friday, March 17th, How unique is the name Kilgour. From to less than 5. Family History and Genealogy Resources by Surname Kilgour Surname Origin (Origin Gaelic) Locality. The ancient name of a parish in Fifeshire, Scotland, so called from kill, a church, and gour, a hill--the church on the hill, or surrounded by hills.
The Kilgour family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Kilgour families were found in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in and Scotland in In there were 96 Kilgour families living in Lancashire.
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Kilgore was first used as a surname by descendants of the Pictish people of ancient ancestors of the Kilgore family lived in Kilgour, which is located near Falkland in the county of Fife.
"The ancient name of a parish in Fifeshire, Scotland, so called from kill, a church, and gour, a hill—the church on the hill, or surrounded by hills.". Kilgour is a surname of Scottish origin.
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