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"CALVIE. John Calvy was bailie of Newburgh, 1544 (Laing, Lindores Abbey, p. 487), and John Calvie was retoured heir of John Calvie, burgess of Lundoris, his proavus, in a croft in the regality of Lundoris (Retours, Fife, 681). John Calve had a tack near Newburgh, 1560 (RMS., rv, 2326), and John Calvie was bailie of burgh of Newburghe, 1671 (Inquls., 5474). Cf. CAVIE. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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