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Parishes where English 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:41Armagh:22Belfast city:10Carlow:2
Cavan:3Clare:2Cork:9Cork city:3
Derry:3Donegal:5Down:40Dublin:20
Dublin city:13Kerry:20Kildare:12Kilkenny:19
Laois:10Limerick:57Limerick city:2Louth:22
Mayo:19Meath:5Monaghan:9Offaly:18
Roscommon:1Tipperary:135Tyrone:12Waterford:29
Westmeath:23Wexford:16Wicklow:8

Surname Dictionary

Aingléis English: líonmhar: go forleathan, Luimneach & Tiobraid Árann go sonrach. Ainm a thug na Normannaigh ar a gcomrádaithe Sasanacha. Féach Ingléis, leis. SGG.
English numerous: E Ulster, Tipperary-E Limerick etc. Ir. Aingléis, Inglis. Obviously of English origin but gaelicised since 13 cent. In Ulster it can stand for Gallogly.MIF.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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English: 590

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Aingleis
Englysh
Inglish


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