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"CRANNACH. Of local origin from some place of the name, which in Gaelic signifies " abounding in trees. There are places named Cranna, Crannah, and Crannoch in Banffshire. John Cranok, bishop of Caithness in 1425 (Bain, rv, 988), appears again as John de Crannoch, bishop of Brechin, 1429-51 (REB., i, pref. p. ix, x). David de Crannoch, canon of Aberdeen, is mentioned in 1433 (ibid., i, p. 59), and Robert de Crannacht was cantor in Brechin in 1444 (ibid., i, p. 98). His seal is appended to a Brechin document of 1453 (Seals, p. 206). Laurence Crennoch, notary public, is in record in 1470 (RAA., 11, 186). See also CRANNA. "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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