Carroll


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    Carroll


    Carroll
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    Carroll
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    Carroll




Parishes where Carroll and a second surname are found together

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Household numbers by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Antrim:14Armagh:49Belfast city:28Carlow:31
Cavan:119Clare:61Cork:286Cork city:45
Derry:7Donegal:14Down:43Dublin:147
Dublin city:119Fermanagh:25Galway:119Kerry:148
Kildare:132Kilkenny:224Laois:247Leitrim:35
Limerick:288Limerick city:27Longford:34Louth:258
Mayo:114Meath:116Monaghan:109Offaly:219
Roscommon:87Sligo:67Tipperary:507Tyrone:46
Waterford:153Westmeath:72Wexford:124Wicklow:93

Surname Dictionary

Carroll Very numerous: all provinces and especially Laois-Kilkenny. Ir. Ó Cearbhaill, Mac Cearbhaill. The personal name Cearbhall is thought to mean "brave in battle". These names relate to a number of septs: e.g. O'Carroll of Ely (Laois) and O'Carroll of Oriel (S Ulster) and MacCarroll of S Leinster. See also (Mac)Carvill. SI,IF & GPN.
MacCarroll numerous: Antrim & Ulster generally. Ir. Mac Cearbhaill (brave in battle) A sept of Ulster noted for musicians. Another sept existed in Carlow-Kilkenny. See also Mac Carville. IF & SGG.
MacKarel rare: Louth-Monaghan. Ir. Mac Fhearghail (SGA). From first name Fearghal, brave. Difficult to distinguish from Mac Carroll, q.v.
MacKerell rare: Belfast area. Ir. Mac Fhearghail (SGA). From first name Fearghal, brave. Some confusion with Mac Cearbhaill (Mac Carroll).
Ó Cearbhaill fairly rare: scattered: Ir.Lang. See Carroll.
Ó Cearbhaill Carroll: an-líonmhar ar fud na tíre, in Osraí ach go h-áirithe: bhí clanna in Éile (Uíbh Fhailí) agus Oirghialla. Bhí Ó Cearbhaill Éile pairteach i gCath Chluain Tarbh. Ainm pearsanta Cearbhall a chiallaíonn, b'fhéidir, "cróga sa chath".IF.
O'Carroll numerous: all areas, especially Munster. Ir. Ó Cearbhaill. See Carroll

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