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Usually it was given to a person that worked in or owned a grain mill. 2- Could also possibly be derived from the Gaelic words "Meillear," having large lips. "Maillor" a man wearing armor or a soldier. "Malair" merchant Origin: English Other Spellings: MILLAR, MILLS Information from journals of personal ancestors around 1840. Name is probably much older. kacy101

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