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(Dunchad) Duncan, originally a forename is one of the earliest names in Scotland – surnames being introduced by the Normans around 1120 AD – and originates from the Dalriadan Celtic Celtic Scotii (Scots) from Ireland who colonised the south west of Scotland from about the 4th century AD. Dúnchad (Duncan mac Conaing) co-ruled Dalriada with Conall II (c.650 - 654).
My ancestors left by 1624 ( Owen/Vaughan), however if the Davis family was from Wales, sometime before 1790. My surnames in Wales: Owen, Vaughan,Puleston, Pughe,Wynn, Morgan, Richard, Llwyd, Nannau, probably Davis. My husband's surnames: Thomas, Pritchard, Llewellyn (Lewellen), Humphrey