Barrett households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

Householders by county in (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

Bairéid Barrett: an-líonmhar in gach cúige, ach is Baróid atá ortha sa Mhumhain. Ba Angla-Normannaigh iad a gaelíodh ar fad. I gCorcaigh & Maigh Eo a bhí siad ó thús. IF.
Baróid Barrett: leagan Muimhneach - féach Bairéid, ach clann éagsúil leis na Connachtaigh.
Barrett Very numerous: All provinces: particularly Cork, Limerick, Kerry, Galway, Mayo. Early Anglo-Normans who became gaelicised: Baróid in Munster and Bairéid in Connacht. In fact, they were two separate families, the former being properly Barratt which occurs in Ulster, to some extent. MIF.
De Baroid Very rare: Cork. Ir. Lang. See Barrett.

The surname

Parishes where Barrett and a second surname are found together


Variants in Griffith's
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