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MacCawill, Campbell, McCaul


The surname Campbell is of Irish and Scottish origin given to someone with a crooked mouth or crooked smile. It is dirived from the Gaelic words "cam", meaning 'crooked' and "beul", meaning 'mouth'. The surname Campbell has seen many spelling variations including "MacCawill","McCaul" and "Caulfield" just to name a few.