Cusack



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

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Surname Dictionary

Cusack numerous: Midlands, Limerick, Cork etc. Ir. Cíosóg. Anglo-Norman de Cussac, from 13 cent. There was also a native sept in Clare Mac Íosóg, which may account for some of the Cusacks in Munster. IF & SGG.
Cusick fairly rare: N Antrim. See Cusack.
de Ciomhsóg Cusack: líonmhar: Lár na Tíre, Luimneach, Corcaigh: Seo Normannaigh (de Cussac) a tháinig san Ionradh agus a gaelaíodh ar fad. Chuireadar fúthu sa Mhí in aimsir Rí Eoin ach cailleadar a gcuid tailte sa 17 céad. Sa Chlár, arbh as do Mhícheál de Ciosóg, duine de bhunaitheoirí Chumann Lúith-Chleas Gael, bhí an sloinne Mac Íosóg; ní fios go cinnte an ceann dúchasach é nó gaelú ar Cusack. Seans gurab é an chéad rogha mar tá Mac Iosaig (Mac Isaac) le fáil in Albain, leis.IF.
Mac Íosóg Mac Kissick, Cusack: líon beag: Béal Feirste agus máguaird. Ceann Albanach é seo ón ainm Giúdach Isaac. Ach deir de Bhulbh go raibh a leithéid de chlann i dTuathmhumhain agus seans gur uathu-san cuid de Mhuintir Chíosóg na Mumhan.
Mac Íseóg Cusack: athleagan ar Mac Íosóg, a bhí le fáil i nGaillimh.

    Maps

  • Cusack in 1659.
  • Cusack births mapped 1864-1913
  • Cusack 1901 census map
  • Cusack 1911 census map
  • Cusack Roman Catholic baptisms

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