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"ACH. Ach filius Alpini witnesses a charter by
Bricius de Ardrossane to Insula Missarum in
1271 (LIM., p. 22). (This charter is also
printed in Inchaffray, p. 90.) He also witnessed
another charter by the same Bricius in the
same year (Inchaffray, p. 92). Ache filius
Elpine witnessed a charter by Roger de
Mekfen, c. 1370 (ibid., p. 130). "He is not to be
confounded with his namesake of a century
earlier" (ibid., p. 299). This name seems to
have run in the Alpine or Alpin family.
(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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