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"MARWICK. An Orcadian surname of local
origin from Marwick ('sea-mew bay') in the
parish of Birsay. Sir James David Marwick
(1826-1908) was a distinguished antiquary.
(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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|Tricia Marwick||Tricia Marwick (born November 5, 1953) is the Scottish National Party Member of the Scottish Parliament (MSP) for Central Fife.|
|Hugh Marwick||Dr Hugh Marwick (30 November 1881, Rousay, Orkney ? 21 May 1965, Kirkwall) was an Orcadian scholar noted for his research on the Orkney Norn.|
|Ernest Marwick||Ernest Walker Marwick (1915- 1977) was an Orcadian writer noted for his writings on Orkney folklore and history.|
|John Marwick||John Marwick MM (3 February 1891 - 17 August 1978) was a New Zealand palaeontologist and geologist.|