Goggin


Goggin households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

de Cogán Cogan, Goggin: líonmhar seachas i gC. Uladh & an Meán-Iarthair. Tháinig Milo de Cogan le de Cléir (Strongbow) i 1170 agus fuair tailte fairsinge i gCorcaigh. Chlaochlaigh an sloinne go Gogán sa chaoi is go raibh Rath Gogáin ar an áit ina bhfuil Charleville anois. Chomh maith leis sin, tá na sloinnte Gaelacha Ó Cuagáin & Mac Cogadháin, a aistríodh go Cogan, ann. Féach orthu san, leis.MIF.
Gogan Quite numerous: Midlands, Dublin. Ir. Gógan, Mag Eochagáin. Generally a variant of Anglo-Norman Cogan, associated with Cork since 13 cent. See also Goggin. However, Mag Eochagáin relates to a branch of the Southern Uí Néill in W Meath, also as Geoghegan, which see. SI & SGG.
Gógan Gogan, Goggin: líon beag: Lár na Tíre & rl. Thosnaigh an sloinne le Milo de Cogan, príomh-thaca Risteaird de Cléir ("Strongbow"), d'éag c. 1183. Bhí siad chun tosaigh i gCorcaigh go dtí an 17 céad. Féach Rath Gógáin, Charleville. MIF.
Goggin numerous: Cork and adjoining areas. Ir. Gógan. See Gogan.


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