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"BROATCH. A Dumfriesshire surname, of local origin from Broats in the parish of KirkpatrickFleming. James Broatch is recorded in Hietae in 1628 and six others are in the same record at later dates (Dumfries). Marv Broach is recorded in Torphichen in 1712 (Torphichen). BROACH and BROTCH are variants. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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