The Scottish and Northern Irish surname Hume, also found as Humes, is an habitational name from the barony of Home in Berwickshire, Scotland. Early records of the name in Scotland include Alexander de Hume witnesses a Charter of the lands of Drumgrey in 1408 and in 1451 another Alexander Hume was a "Conservator of the truce between Scotland and England." The name is first recorded in the New World in 1634 when Andrew Hume arrived in New York. Today there are approximately 7,000 bearers of the name Hume living in the US.
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