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MACKINVEN: A surname at one time common in the west side of Kintyre. It is popularly but mistakenly believed to be a form of Mackinnon, but is really a Gaelic rendering of the well-known Ayrshire family name Love, introduced into Kintyre by ...
MACKINTY: Recorded in Aberdeen. From Ir. Mac an tSaoi, ‘son of the scholar,’ Ir. saoi (Woulfe, p. 318).
MACKINNEL, Mackinnell: Malcolm, earl of Levenax granted to Dovenaldus Macynel”unam terram in Clenfreone (Glenfruin) que dicitur Kealbride que pro quaita parte unius harathor tenenter,’ c. 1250 (Levenax, p. 91). Robert M'Kynnell was retoured ...