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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 2585 people with the Archibald surname? In that year Archibald was ranked number 1517 for popularity in the UK.|
"Powerful, bold. "(The origin and signification of Scottish surnames. Clifford Stanley Sims, 1862)
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"ARCHIBALD. A surname derived from the personal name Archibald, in Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Arcebald, Arcenbald, or Ercenbald, and doubtfully explained as meaning "right bold," or "holy prince." Archebaldus filius Swani de Forgrunde is mentioned in reign of William the Lion (Scon, p. 21). Erchenbaldus, Abbot of Dunfermelyne mentioned c. 1180, appears again in the same record as Arkebaldus and Arkenbaldus (Scon, p. 25, 27, 33). Thomas, the brother of Erkenbaldus, witnessed the gift of the church of Kilmaurs to the Abbey of Kelso before 1189 (Kelso, 284), and Arkembaldus de Duffus was witness to an agreement between the bishop of Moray and John Byseth concerning the churches of Coneway and Dulbatelauch between 1203-34 (REM., p. 16). Robert Archebalde had a charter of the Hospital of Roxburgh in 1390 from Robert ra (RMS., i, 803), and John Archibald was a witness in St. Andrews in 1545 (Laing, 494). The Old French form of the personal name is found in Archambaud (earl of Douglas), 1405 (Bain, rv, 697). Harrison's explanation of the use of Archibald for Gaelic Cillespie is 0 probably coned: "Archibald was adopted by the Scots as a Lowland equivalent of Gillespie because the -bald was mistakenly supposed to mean 'hairless,' 'shaven,' 'servant,' and therefore to be equivalent to Gael. giUe, 'servant,' 'shaven one, 'monk'". Harchbald (earl of Argyll) 1493, Archombaldus 1233, Arkanbaldus 1228, Enkerbaldus a. 1189. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Adams George Archibald||Sir Adams George Archibald, KCMG, PC (May 3, 1814 ? December 14, 1892) was a Canadian lawyer and politician, and a father of Confederation.|
|J. F. Archibald||Jules Fran?ois Archibald, known as J.|
|Adam Archibald||Adam Archibald (14 January 1879 ? 10 March 1957) was a Scottish First World War recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.|
|Edgar Archibald||Edgar Spinney Archibald, CC, CBE, FRSC (May 12, 1885 ? January 23, 1968) was a Canadian agricultural scientist.|
|Nate Archibald||Nathaniel "Tiny" Archibald (born September 2, 1948, New York City) is a retired American professional basketball player.|
|Thomas Dickson Archibald||Thomas Dickson Archibald (8 April 1813 ? 18 October 1890) was a Canadian businessman and politician.|
|Robert Archibald||Robert Michael Archibald Jr.|
|Jeff Archibald||Jeffery ("Jeff") Victor Archibald (born 2 February 1952 in Auckland) is a former field hockey player from New Zealand, who was a member of the national team that won the golden medal at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal.|
|Steve Archibald||Steven Archibald (born 27 September 1956 in Glasgow) is a retired Scottish footballer and manager.|
|William Archibald||William Oliver Archibald (3 June 1850 ? 28 June 1926) was a member of the Australian House of Representatives and the South Australian House of Assembly.|
|Ryan Archibald||Ryan Archibald (born 1 September 1980 in Auckland) is a field hockey player from New Zealand, who earned his first cap for the national team, nicknamed "The Black Sticks", in 1997 against Malaysia.|
|Cyril Archibald||Cyril Archibald (1837 ? April 13 1914) was an Ontario political figure.|
|Adrian Archibald||Adrian Archibald (born c.|
|Dave Archibald||Dave J.|
|Alan Archibald||Alan Maxwell Archibald (born 13 December, 1977 in Glasgow) is a Scottish footballer who plays as a defender, currently for Partick Thistle in the Scottish First Division.|
|Jimmy Archibald||Jimmy Archibald (September 18, 1892 ? 1975) was a Scottish professional footballer.|
|Lindsey Archibald||Lindsey Archibald is a television presenter and journalist, who used to work for Setanta Sports as the main host of Rangers TVOriginally from Denny, Falkirk Archibald spent four years in radio, including Edinburgh?s Radio Forth, where she was a football commentator, then joined ITV Border 2005-07 as a broadcast journalist and occasional presenter on the regional news programme, "Lookaround" ("Border News").|
|Gary Archibald||Gary Archibald was an NBC Weather Plus weathercaster for NBC, MSNBC, and CNBC from 2006 to 2009.|
|Samuel George William Archibald||Samuel George William Archibald (February 5, 1777 ? January 28, 1846) was a lawyer, judge and political figure in Nova Scotia.|
|Harry Archibald||Harry Grenfell Archibald (born September 21, 1910) was a Canadian politician, foreman and seaman.|
|Nolan D. Archibald||Nolan Don Archibald (born 1942) is Chairman of the Board, President, and Chief Executive Officer of The Black & Decker Corporation, a $6 billion global corporation.|
|Alexander Archibald||Alexander Archibald (1869?1922) served as Mayor of Newark, New Jersey from 1921 until his death the following year.|