This famous Scottish surname has played a large part in the history of the country since the early medieval period. It is claimed that a Guthrie accompanied Sir William Wallace to France in 1299, and certainly Sir David Guthrie of Guthrie was the armour bearer to King James 111 of Scotland in 1479. The name is locational deriving from the barony known as "The lands of Guthrie", in the county of Angus. It seems that the clan had four main branches and a rhyme of the 17th century quotes as follows- Guthrie o' Guthrie and Guthrie o' Gaigie, Guthrie o' Taybank an' Guthrie o' Craigie...
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