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Gillespie ( / ɡ ɪ ˈ l ɛ s p i / ) is both a masculine given name , and a surname in the English language . The given name is an Anglicised form of the Gaelic Gille Easbaig (also rendered Gilleasbaig ), meaning "bishop's servant". [1] The surname Gillespie is an Anglicised form of the Scottish Gaelic Mac Gille Easbuig , and the Irish Mac Giolla Easpaig , both of which mean "servant of the bishop". [2] The given name itself is derived from a word of Latin origin. [3] Specifically, the Old Irish epscop being derived from the Latin episcopus . [4] An early example of the name in Scotland occurs in a charter dated 1175–1199, recording a certain " Ewano filio Gillaspeck ". [3] [5] In Ireland, a family bearing the surname occupied the office of toísech of Clann Aílebra in the late twelfth century. [6] In 1172, for example, the toísech was slain by Donn Slébe Ua hEochada, King of Ulster. This slain Mac Gilla Espuic may be identical to a certain Gilla Óengusa mac Gilla Espuic, rechtaire of the Monaig of Ulster , who is earlier recorded in the king's service. [7] Whatever the case, a later family bearing the surname appears on record as erenaghs of Kilraine in County Donegal . During the sixteenth- and seventeenth-centuries in Ireland, the surname is most common in Ulster. [6] During the nineteenth century in Ireland, the surname was most numerous in the counties of Antrim , Donegal, Armagh , and Tyrone . [8] Scottish Gaelic forms of the surname include GillEasbuig , [9] and GillEasbaig . [10]


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