Where did the Rumgays come from? The name Rumgay orginated in Fifeshire, Scotland, probably from the place name Rumgay in Kemback parish. Source:Alphabetical index of the surnames of Scotland by George F. Black See Rumgay in Scotland. The variation of Rungay seems to occur most frequently in English records, with occasional confusion with the surname Bungay.
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Cecilia (Rumgay) Wilson, born 1806, Largo, Fife, Scotland; daughter of Andrew Rumgay and Isabel Chalmers; appeared in the 1871 through 1891 census in West Derby, Lancashire, England
Andrew Rumgay, son of Andrew Rumgay and Mary Black; born 1797, Scotland; married Jane Miller, 1828, St. Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London; resided: Lee, Kent
Rumgay Central This was my original Rumgay website. The information on WeRelate is more current.--Lauren 08:15, 16 December 2006 (MST)
Rumgay - Work in Progress Temporary storage page for information I want to get on-line, but haven't had time to move to Person and Family pages yet.--Lauren 08:15, 16 December 2006 (MST)