(Gaelic: Siorrachd Chille Chuithbheirt), part of the present day Council Area of Dumfries and
some say before the 12th century. The
MacUchtry of Garvie is stated by the Duke of Argyll to have had the lands in Glenderuel from the Earls of Argyll in the Middle Ages.
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of this family name include: MacAughtrie, McAughtrie, Macaughtrie, MacAutry, McAutry, MacAutrey, McAutrey, Autry, Autrey, Autrie, Coughtrie, Cautry, Caughtry, Caughtrie, MacUchtrie, McUchtrie, MacUchtry, McAuchtry, MacOrtrie, McOrtry, McOrtie, McUchtraigh, MacAuchtraigh, MacAutraigh, Uthreson, Utherson, MacCautry, MacCautrie, McCautry, McCaughtry and many more.
Some of the first settlers of this family name or some of its variants were: Ribert and Jane Caughtry arrived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1804 (McCaughty).