Conrey households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Connaire fairly rare: Galway etc. Ir. Ó Conaire. This is generally a Munster name, Connery but there also a Connacht version, Conry, which may refer to Ó Maolconaire, a literary family attached to the kings of Connacht. MacLysacht deals with this at some length in his "Irish Families".
Connery Quite numerous: Munster, the South East, Down etc. Ir. Ó Conaire, usually a Munster name which has been confused with Conry (Connacht).
Conry fairly rare: mainly Connacht. Ir. Mac Conraoi etc. A variant of Conroy. Cú Raoi was an old personal name. GPN.
Ó Conaire rare: Galway etc. Ir.Lang. See Connery but confused with Conry and Conroy, q.v.
Ó Conaire Connery: líon beag: Tuathmhumhain, Corcaigh. Sloinne Muimhneach. Tá meascán le Ó Conraoi i gConnachta. Is aisteach go raibh an sloinne mí-cheart ar Phadraig Ó Conaire (1883-1928) duine des na scríbhneoirí ba mó sa Ghaeilge. Féach Mac Conraoi, leis. Fréamh, b'fhéidir, cúram na gcon. IF.


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

Parishes where Conrey and a second surname are found together


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