Frizell


Frizell households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Friseal Frizzell(e): cuíosach líonmhar: Béal Feirste, an Dún, Ard Macha & rl. A-Normannaigh a shocraigh i Luimneach sa 13 céad agus i gCorcaigh sa 14 céad. Ach is cosúil gur de bhunadh Albanach na daoine sa tuaisceart, mar sé Friseal an sean-leagan ar Frazer, clann mhór Albanach atá líonmhar in Ultaibh (ón bhFreaslainn dóibh ar dtús, is cosúil).
Frizzell fairly numerous: Belfast, Down, Armagh etc. Ir. Friseal. This name was amongst the Anglo-Normans who settled in Munster 13 cent but here it is generally of Scottish origin, being synonymous with Fraser, q.v. MIF & SGG.

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