MacGee, MacGhie, MacGhee

From Irish 'MagAoidh', son of Aodh, same meaning as the Gaelic for Mackay 'MacAoidh'. In 1296 Gilmighel MacEthe paid homage in Dumfries. In 1444 Robert MacGye was the king's mime. Balmaghie (3 ml SW of Castle Douglas) means Macghie's town and is named after the Galwegian family of Macghie.

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