Fee households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Fee numerous: Ulster, particulary Tyrone. Also in Louth, Longford, Leitrim. Ir. Ó Fiaich, from fiach, a raven - but a common personal name. An erenagh family of Fermanagh. The name occurs as Foy and even Hunt by mistranslation. SI & SGG.
MacFee rare: Down etc. Ir. Mac Dhuibhshíth. See Mahaffy.
MacPhee Very rare: Belfast. Ir. Mac Dhuibhshíth, "dark man of peace" or, perhaps, "dark fairy". A Scots clan of Colonsay, some of whom settled in Antrim 16 cent. See also Mahaffy. SGG.
O'Fee rare: Ulster. Ir. Ó Fiaich, perhaps from first name Fiach, raven. See also Fee. SI.


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