Badenoch Coat of Arms
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Variant, Badenoch. These surnames, common in the shires of Aberdeen and Banff, are without doubt derived from the district of Badenoch in Inverness-shire. There were four proprietors of this name in the parish of Inverurie in 1464 and the name disappeared from the burgh roll only in the eighteenth century. This name is found in many medieval manuscripts in Scotland.
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