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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 1228 people with the Blackie surname? In that year Blackie was ranked number 2388 for popularity in the UK.|
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"BLACKIE. Diminutive of BLACK, q.v. Payment to John Blakye in Clony is recorded in 1506 (Rent. Dunk., p. 160), William Blakye was dompnus in Newbattle Abbey, 1528 (Neu~ botle, p. 284), and another William Blakie or Blakyie appears in 1547 and 1566 as inhabitant of Leith (Soltre, p. 112, 128). Sir William Blaky was chaplain in Perth, 1545 (Rollok, 33). Andrew Blakie was aid in the Court kitchen, 1589 (ER., xxn, p. 32), David Blakie was burgess of Lanark, 1590 (RFC., rv, p. 525). The surname was common in Edinburgh in the seventeenth century (Edinb. Marr.). Professor John Stuart Blackie (1809 91895) was the best known of the name. Probably confused with BLAIKIE. Blaky 1527. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Did you know that there are currently 1132 people with the Blackie surname in the UK? Blackie is now ranked number 2987 for popularity in the UK.|
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|John Stuart Blackie||John Stuart Blackie (28 July 1809 ? 2 March 1895) was a Scottish scholar and man of letters.|
|Don Blackie||Donald Dearness Blackie (5 April 1882 in Bendigo, Victoria ? 18 April 1955 in South Melbourne) was an Australian Test cricketer who played only three Tests in the summer of 1928-29.|
|Josh Blackie||Josh Blackie (born August 3, 1979 in Auckland, New Zealand) is a New Zealand rugby union player who plays for the Blues and Kobe Steel Kobelco Steelers in JapanBlackie played his first match for the Highlanders in 2001, and played openside flanker for the Junior All Blacks.|
|Richard Blackie||Richard Blackie was a colourful but tragic Sydney character best known for his uncanny resemblance to Michael Jackson and for gathering one of Australia's largest collections of antique and vintage toys, comics and television & movie memorabilia for his lifelong ambition to create a toy museum.|
|Ernest Blackie||The Rt Reverend Ernest Morell Blackie was an eminent Anglican priest in the first half of the 20th century.|