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The Scottish Nation

CRAIL, a surname derived from lands near “the East Neuk” of Fife, and the name of a parish there. In the twelfth century there was a family of some consequence, who adopted the name of Crail as their surname. Adam Crail or Karail, who died in 1227, was one of the clerici regis, and bishop of Aberdeen.

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