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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 681 people with the Corrie surname? In that year Corrie was ranked number 2899 for popularity in the UK.|
"Local: from the town of Corrie in the Isle of Arran. "(The origin and signification of Scottish surnames. Clifford Stanley Sims, 1862)
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"CORRIE. From the lands of Corrie now included in the parish of Hutton-Corrie, Dumfriesshire. Hugh de Corrie witnessed a charter of a fishery in Torduf c. 1194-1211 (Holm Cultram, p. 35), and as de Com he witnessed resignation of land in Weremundebi and Anant within the same period (Bain, I, 606; Annandale, i, p. 1, 2). Radulph de Corry witnessed a charter by Henry de Grahame a. 1200 (RHM., 3). Walterus de Com and Nicholas de Corri witnessed a charter by the earl of Carrick c. 1271 (Annandale, i, p. 8), and Nicholas is recorded as steward of Annandale in that year. Walter de Corry or de Corri, cousin and one of the heirs of Helewisa de Levynton, rendered homage to Edward i for his portion of her lands held in capite, 1274 (Bain, n, 21). Nicol de Corry of Dumfriesshire and Sir Walter de Corri rendered homage in 1296 (ibid., p. 194, 206). Adam of Corry, one of the garrison of Loghmaban Castle, had a fiat of protection for one year in 1379 (ibid., rv, 280), and Harbard or Harbarte of Corre was one of the Tjorowis' for the earl of Douglas's bounds of the West March in 1398 (ibid., 504). Gilbert of Cony had a charter of the lands of Torduff and Dalbank in 1449 (Annandale, i, p. 13), and Thomas Corry of Keldwood, a follower of the earl of Cassilis, was respited for murder in 1526 (RSS., i, 3386). George Corry was retoured heir of Thomas Com de Kelwode, Ayr, who was killed at the battle of Fawsyde, 1547 (Retoun, Ayr, 2). John Maitland Corrie, archaeologist, died in Dumfries, 1940. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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