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- Clan MacDuff or Clan Duff is a Lowland Scottish clan. The clan does not currently have a chief and is therefore considered an Armigerous clan, which is...
- narrative, attributes of King Duff are transposed onto the MacDuff mormaer from Macbeth's era. Macduff first appears in Holinshed's narrative of King Duncan...
- Tyler MacDuff (born Tyler Glenn Duff Jr., September 12, 1925 – December 23, 2007), was an American actor, primarily on television westerns and dramas who...
- the first two people in line behind the descendants of George V. Lord Macduff received his education at Bryanston and at the Royal Military College,...
- casual comment, shoots and kills MacDuff's boss Gordon Way. Way's ghost makes several attempts to contact the living. MacDuff returns to his London flat and...
- Sir Alistair Geoffrey MacDuff (born 26 May 1945) is a retired British judge of the High Court of England and Wales. MacDuff was called to the bar at Lincoln's...
- MacDuff's Cross, an ancient monument in Fife, Scotland MacDuff, Ontario, Canada Earl of Macduff, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom Macduff...
- Isabella MacDuff, Countess of Buchan (probably died c. 1314) was a significant figure in the Wars of Scottish Independence. She was the daughter of Donnchadh...
- John A. "Jack" MacDuff (born February 16, 1950[citation needed]) is an air traffic controller and curler. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, the son of Jim...
- Earl Fife and Viscount Macduff (both created in 1759), all in the Peerage of Ireland (and created for Scottish nobleman William Duff, 1696–1763), and Baron...
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