The Scottish surname Guthrie, also found in Ireland, is an habitational name from a place near Forfar, Scotland, named in Gaelic with gaothair meaning “windy place”(a derivative of gaoth meaning “wind”) and the locative suffix -ach. The first of the name Guthrie on record in Scotland was one Squire Guthrie in 1303 during the Wars of Scottish Independence. He had been sent to France to request the return of William Wallace, who had retired there having resigned the guardianship of Scotland. The Guthries of Guthrie received their estates by a charter from King David II of Scotland between the years 1329 and 1371. The current chief of Clan Guthrie is Alexander Guthrie of Guthrie, 21st Chief of Clan Guthrie.
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