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"BOATH. From the old lands of Both in Angus (Ret ours Forfar, 154, 385, 449, etc.). Hugh de Boath, grandfather of Hector Boece, progenitor of the Scottish family of Boethius, is said to have acquired the lands of Bal- -inbridget, now Panbride, "along with the heiress in marriage, in reward for his services to David n at the battle of Dupplin in 1332" (Bamff, p. 26). Prof. Watson says "Hugh Boece or Bois, Hector Boece's great-grandfather, was baron of Drisdale (Dryfesdale) in Dumfriesshire, and got land in Forfarshire by marriage" (i, p. 521). David Both is recorded in Cottoun of Gardin, 1606 (St. Andrews), and William Bothe in Kirkburne of Cortachy, 1633 (Brechin). Still current. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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