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"BURT. The home of this name seems to have been Fife and neighborhood. Robert Burt witnessed a tack by the abbot of Cupar, 1521 (SCM., v, p. 294), and a later Robert Burt in Dundee was charged with aiding the English in 1552 (Beats, p. 326). John Burt, prebendary of Moy, 1545 (REM., p. xxiii), Bessie Burt in Dunfermline, 1590 ( (Dunfermline). Andrew Burtt was chosen treasurer of Dysart, 1600 (Dysart, p. 26), and another Andrew Burt was notary in Dunkeld, 1649 (Inquis., 3528). John Burt, Alexander Burt, and David Burt are in record in Cassidewglie, 1649 (Fordett, p. 34). Robert Burt, cordiner in Dysart, 1695 (Dysart, p. 55), and Agnes Burt appears in Dunkeld, 1721 (Dunkeld). Eight of the name appear in the Comrnissariot Record of Dunblane in the seventeenth century. Charles Burt, one of the chief engravers for the U. S. Treasury Department, was bom in Edinburgh. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Cyril Burt||Sir Cyril Lodowic Burt (3 March 1883 ? 10 October 1971) was an English educational psychologist who contributed to educational psychology and claimed to have developed the method of factor analysis in psychological testing, although his mentor and predecessor as chair of the psychology department at University College London, Charles Spearman actually did so.|
|Alistair Burt||Alistair James Hendrie Burt (born 25 May 1955) is a British politician.|
|Alfred Alexander Burt||Alfred Alexander Burt (3 March 1895-9 June 1962) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.|
|William Austin Burt||William Austin Burt (June 13, 1792 ? August 18,1858) was an American inventor, legislator, surveyor, and millwright.|
|Leo Burt||Leo Frederick Burt (born April 18, 1948) was indicted in connection with the 1970 Sterling Hall bombing at the University of Wisconsin?Madison campus, which killed Robert Fassnacht, a physics researcher, and injured several others.|
|Andrew Burt||Andrew Burt (born 23 May 1945 in Wakefield, West Yorkshire) is an English actor.|
|Jim Burt||Jim Burt was a South Dakota, USA broadcast pioneer who spent forty years as sportscaster on KELO radio and television.|
|Maxwell Struthers Burt||Maxwell Struthers Burt (October 18, 1882 Baltimore, MD ? August 29, 1954, Jackson Hole, Wyoming), was an American novelist, poet, and short-story writer.|
|Adam Burt||Adam Burt (born January 15, 1969, in Detroit, Michigan) is a retired professional ice hockey defenseman.|
|Ronald S. Burt||Ronald S.|
|Jim Burt||James P.|
|Horace G. Burt||Horace Greeley Burt (Jan 1849 ? May 19, 1913) was President of Union Pacific Railroad from 1898 until 1904.|
|Kelvin Burt||Kelvin Burt (born September 7, 1967 in Birmingham) is a British auto racing driver.|
|Harry Burt||Harry B.|
|E. J. Burt||Emmanuel Jamaal 'E.|
|Armistead Burt||Armistead Burt (November 13, 1802 ? October 30, 1883) was a U.|
|Erasmus Burt||Erasmus R.|
|John Burt||John Burt is an American pro-life activist and minister who was the Northwest Florida regional director of the national anti-abortion group Rescue America.|
|James Burt||James Burt (August 15, 1836 ? July 7, 1892) was a 19th century Wall Street broker from Albany, New York and a former assistant commissary general of the state ofNew York and assistant appraiser of the Port of New York.|
|Hilma Burt||Hilma Burt was a brothel madam in Storyville, New Orleans during the 1910s.|