(1) The surname of a legendary man from a sacred place called Leeds in gods own country, Yorkshire, bestowed upon the current bearer, known as, Ian.
(2) The first recorded spelling of the family name is believed to be that of Reginald Halidei, which was dated 1179 in the the county of Bedford during the reign of King Henry 11 of England, known as "The Church Builder".
Note: In ancient Scotland, Holliday was a surname of Strathclyde- Britons. It was a name meaning someone who lived near mountain called, Holy Day, in the county of Annandale. The name is derived from a war cry "holy day, a holy day".
I saw Ian Holliday earlier. What an absolute LAD. A legend.
You know that Ian Holliday. Yeah, why? Oh no reason, he's just proper sound.
November 17, 2020