Clan Kerr

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Gaelic Name for Kerr: Cearr, MacGhillechearr
	     	     (From the British caer)
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Origin of Clan Kerr

Clansfolk of Clan Kerr

Clan Kerr in the Military

Septs of Clan Kerr

Symbols of Clan Kerr

{*} Dunblane Memorial
In loving memory of David Kerr
of Menteith View
Who died Wednesday, 13 March 1996
With fifteen of his classmates and his teacher
Class of Dunblane Primary, Dunblane, Scotland
The Dunblane Tragedy

According to tradition, the Kerrs were of Anglo-Norman origin; yet, it is also claimed the name `Kerr' is derived from the Celtic word meaning `strength.'

= In Scotland =
[Flag of Scotland] Kerr [Flag of Scotland]
Courtesy Electric Scotland: Grangemouth, Scotland

Links to other Clan Kerr Websites

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