Cogan


Cogan households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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

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Surname Dictionary

Cogan numerous: all areas except Ulster and Mid-West. Ir. de Cógan, Ó Cuagáin. Anglo-Normans who settled in Cork, the name also occurs as Coggan, Gogan and Goggin. Secondly, an Irish name synonymous with Coogan, q.v.MIF.
Coggin fairly rare: Sligo etc. A variant of Cogan, which itself, in that area, can stand for Ir. Mac Cogadhain as well as Ó Cuagáin and de Cógan. SI.
De Cogan Very rare: Cork. Ir. Lang. See Cogan.
de Cogán Cogan, Goggin: líonmhar seachas i gC. Uladh & an Meán-Iarthair. Tháinig Milo de Cogan le de Cléir (Strongbow) i 1170 agus fuair tailte fairsinge i gCorcaigh. Chlaochlaigh an sloinne go Gogán sa chaoi is go raibh Rath Gogáin ar an áit ina bhfuil Charleville anois. Chomh maith leis sin, tá na sloinnte Gaelacha Ó Cuagáin & Mac Cogadháin, a aistríodh go Cogan, ann. Féach orthu san, leis.MIF.
Mac Cogadháin Cogan, Coggin: cíosach annamh: Sligeach & rl. Clann a áitigh dúiche dar b'ainm Clann Fearnaighe i Liatroim. On ainm pearsanta Cúchogaidh. Litriú nua: Mac Cogáin. Féach Mac Cogaidhín.MIF.

    Maps

  • Cogan in 1659.
  • Cogan births mapped 1864-1913
  • Cogan 1901 census map
  • Cogan 1911 census map
  • Cogan Roman Catholic baptisms
  • Cogan Roman Catholic marriages NEW!

The surname


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