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"ARGENT. From Argent or Argentan in France. In an undated charter of the reign of David n the lands of Lethbertsheills forfeited by William Lundie were bestowed upon Adam Argente (RMS., i, App. n, 875), and in April 1370 there is a confirmation by the same rang of a charter by Adam de Argent (mis-spelled Salver in the British Museum MS.) to Marjory his spouse of the land of Lethberde schelis with pertinents (RMS., i, 320). By a charter of Robert n dated 19th day of March in the sixth year of the king's reign (1377) the lands of Lethberdschelis with pertinents in the constabulary of Lynlithcu, resigned by Ade de Argent, were bestowed upon Robert, earl of Fife and Meneteth (ibid., i, 571). "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Rod Argent||Rod Argent (born Rodney Terence Argent, 14 June 1945, St Albans, Hertfordshire, England) was a founding member of the 1959 English pop group The Zombies and the 1970s band Argent.|
|Edward Argent||Edward Arthur Argent (6 February 1898 ? 20 July 1968) was an English cricketer who played two first-class matches, both for Worcestershire in the space of a few days in 1928.|