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Clan Mitchell

The name is thought to have derived in the Norman/Flemish influence and arrival surrounding King David I. A MacMichael (son of Michael) is believed to have been the source of many Scottish Mitchells, and the Lanarkshire territorial name of Carmichael is often given as an alternative. Mi(t)chelson and Michie are derivative forms found in the north-east of Scotland. The name, originally Michell, appears in 1354 on the Treaty of Berwick, freeing David II from imprisonment and a John Michell was rewarded in 1489 for holding Dumbarton Castle.

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