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"BANKIER. From the old lands of Bankier, now a hamlet, in the parish of Denny, Stirlingshire. John Bankier was innkeeper in Kirkintilloch, 1662 (Sasines, 1047), James Bankier was portioner of Davidston in the parish of Calder in 1670 (Campsie), and John Banker portioner in Kirkintullock, 1688 (RFC., 3. ser. xn,p. 133). "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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