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The heart of Sir James which carried the heart of Bruce, is next to the heart of Archibald "Bell the Cat" Douglas V earl of Angus, in a church in Douglas Scotland. The heart of the names spelled Douglas and Elliot is Hawick (Haik pronounced "hoik"). It is felt the Douglas earls of Angus, and sometimes called Angus, brought from a region in of before 1600, of the Ellot Flu (stream), called because of the "ellots" quadrilateral farmsteads-lots, sides measured with the Edinburgh standard the "el", therefore called Ellot. The "i" added from the French-southern English name "Eliot", so Ellot (Angus, Scotland) + Eliot (Breton, France) = Elliot. They were at first spelled by the Saxon name Elwald though called "ellot", people of the "ellot" region in Angus, Scotland. In area across the Ellot Water from Kelly Castle was and arbir/arbor-lot and orchard, and a church there was first called Arbir-lot, Angus, Scotland.

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