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CLAYHILLS, a surname belonging to an old family in Forfarshire, possessing the lands of Invergowrie, which were acquired by their ancestor David Clayhills, son of Robert Clayhills of Baldovie, near Dundee, on the 22d May 1664. In 1586 Andrew Clayhills was admitted by the General Assembly minister of Jedburgh, and his name appears in Calderwood’s History of the Church of Scotland, to this and following years, as taking an active part in church matters.

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