Beaton

Origen: Escocés. The western coast of Scotland and the desolate Hebrides islands are the ancient home of the Beaton family. Their name is derived from the names of Macbeth and Bethune, or Beaton. The Macbeth and Bethune families, who were hereditary physicians to the Chiefs of Macdonald, practiced medicine on the Isles during the Middle Ages and their names merged in English into the one surname of Beaton. The Macbeths were concentrated in Islay and Mull, whereas the Beatons were concentrated in Skye. However, the Beaton family was not restricted to the Isles and it later branched to other counties such as Fraser. Nonetheless, by the 17th century, the Beaton family "ceased to practice the healing art" and the last of the hereditary physicians was Niel Beaton who practiced medicine in about 1763. First found in the Isle of Islay, where they held a family seat from ancient times, long before the Norman Conquest in 1066.

Variantes: Beaton, Beeton, MacBeth, MacBeaton, McBee, MacBee y otros.

Motto Translated: Graceful.

 

 

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