Surname:Christie


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Christie is a surname of Scottish origin.

The name originated as a patronymic, meaning "son of Christian" or "son of Christopher". When used as a personal name, it is a pet form of the personal name Christian.

At the time of the British Census of 1881 [1], the relative frequency of the surname Christie was highest in Kincardineshire (43.7 times the British average), followed by Shetland, Forfarshire, Fife, Aberdeenshire, Perthshire, Banffshire, Elginshire, Clackmannanshire and Haddingtonshire. In Scotland the Christies are considered to be a sept of Clan Farquharson [2].

Spelling variations of the Christie name include: Christie, Chrystie, Chrysty, Christy, McChristie, Christe, Christi, Christee and many more.

Christie family tree and history-related websites

  • CHRISTIE ROSE DUNHAM GRANT JANSEN WETHERELL VAUGHAN: This RootsWeb hosted site traces a Christie family from Scotland>Grenville Co. Ontario>Monona & Sac & Crawford Co, IA>Sherbourne Co, NE>Montrose Co, Colorado, Texas, California, Washington (1774 to 1918); includes surnames: Rose, Rossiter, Jackson, Nydahl, Morris, Kuykendall, Van Rossum, Brown, Merritt, Wellman, Baker, Hopkins, Bieri, Bennett, Scott, Robbins, Park, Gage, Jansen, Cook.
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