What about the MacPhersons
About the time that automobiles were introduced, they invented a dance called "The McPherson Strut."
The name Macpherson — or MacPherson or McPherson, according to different spellings — comes from the Gaelic “Mac a’ Phearsain” which means “Son of the Parson.”
The Parson in question was Muriach, a 12th Century parson, or lay preacher (in the Gaelic “pearsain” or “pears-eaglais,” literally “person of the church”) had a different meaning. Before the Reformation in Highland Scotland, the religious leader of a parish was a priest and the parson was the steward of church property, responsible for the collection of tithes. The history of Clan Macpherson has been called “The Posterity of the Three Brethren” as the three grandsons of Muriach are the antecedents of the three main clan families, Cluny, Pitmain, and Invereshie. - from Wikipedia