Crest: A pike’s head, Proper
Motto: Durat Ditat Placet (It sustains, it enriches, it pleases)
Origin of Name: From gedda, Old English nickname for pike
Clan Chief: None, armigerous clan
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A family of this name lived in Belridge near Dunfermline in Fife.
Laurence Ged was juror on an inquest at Peebles in 1304, James Ged was presbyter of St Andrews diocese in 1536, and Jhone Ged was dean of Edinburgh in 1552. In 1562 William Ged was scourged through the streets of Dysart for deceiving his neighbours when selling horseflesh.
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