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Background: The name Carmichael originally comes from lands in Lanarkshire which were granted to Sir James Douglas of Clan Douglas in 1321, and let by his nephew William Douglas, 1st Earl of Douglas to Sir John Carmichael between 1374 and 1384.d The name is also used to anglicise MacIlleMhicheil. The Carmichaels were strong supporters of the Clan Douglas during their struggles for ascendancy, and were with them, fighting the English at the Battle of Otterburn in 1388 when the Scots defeated Henry 'Hotspur', Earl of Northumberland.

Variations: Carmichael, MacDougall, Stewart, Stewart of Appin.

More Info: Read Full Family History and view the Coat of Arms

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