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"SKAID. Skaid or Scad is recorded as a
surname in Braemar and Cromar in the
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Helene
Skayde is recorded in Milladcs, 1583 (Aboyne,
p. 159). James Skaid was tenant of the mylne
of Dunatye, 1600 (SCM., rv, p. 315).
Alexander Scad, younger in Dawen, was charged
with resetting members of the outlawed Clan
Gregor, 1636 (RFC., 3. ser. vi, p. 215). See
(The surnames of Scotland. George Fraser Black, 1866-1948)
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