Clansfolk of Clan Dunn

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In Scotland

Records of the 13th century indicate that:
1250 -- Adam de Dun was at that time Dean of Moray
1296 -- Thomas Dun was hanged at Elgin; he had stolen books and vestments from the church

Records of the 15th century indicate that:
1460s -- John Dun owned property in Edinburgh.

In Nova Scotia (New Scotland)

Note: Dunn is also a surname common in Ireland.
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