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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 265 people with the Creech surname? In that year Creech was ranked number 3314 for popularity in the UK.|
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"CREECH. From Creich in Fifeshire, where a family of this name rented land for several generations. "The parish of Creich, in "the northern part of Fifeshire, contains the remains of an ancient castle but there is no trace of any family bearing the name occupying the lands" (Rogers, The Book of Robert Burns, i, p. 129). Douenaldus (i.e. Donald) de Creych, a cleric, was one of the witnesses to a confirmation charter by Walter, son of Alan of the land of Tubermor between 1204 and 1241 (Scon, p. 125). Simon de Creych who petitioned for a canonry of Moray, 1394 (Pap. Pet., i, p. 620), appears in 1403 as councillor of the earl of Atholl (CSR., i, p. 180). Master Richard Creyche of Scotland, who had a safe conduct into England in 1423 (Bain, rv, 935), is probably Richard de Creich who was rector of the church of Croile (Crail) in the diocese of St. Andrew in 1429 (RMS., n, 137). Andrew Creich is recorded in Dunfermline in 1585 (Dunfermline). John Creych was merchant in Leith, 1544 (Rottok, 36). Issobella Creich and Joneta Creich were heirs portioners of Robert Creich, anus, in a house in the burgh of Newburgh and regality of Lundoris in 1611 (Retours, Fife, 222, 223). William Creech (1745-1815) published the first Edinburgh edition of the Poems of Burns. Craich and Craigh 1686. 0 "(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Did you know that there are currently 286 people with the Creech surname in the UK? Creech is now ranked number 3773 for popularity in the UK.|
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|Did you know that there are currently 18229 people with the Creech surname in the USA? Creech is ranked number 151 for popularity in the USA.|
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