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The Scottish Nation

FENWICK, a surname derived from the parish of Fenwick, Ayrshire, so named from its situation in a fen or moss, on the water of Irvine; the Saxon word wick or wich meaning a town upon the bend of a river, as well as on the sea-coast.

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