Gorham households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

de Gúram Gorham: annamh: scaipthe. Sasanaigh ón 13 céad ach féach Ó Guairim.
Gorham fairly rare: Conamara, Dundalk. Ir. Ó Guairim. Woulfe gives it as Norman de Guram, saying it has been in Ireland since 13 cent. MacLysaght thinks it may also be native to Conamara. The name certainly occurs in England - there is a Gorhambury in Herts.
Ó Guairim Gorham: cuíosach annamh: Conamara. Tá an sloinne sean-bhunaithe i nGaillimh ach ní fios an ceann dúchasach é nó de Gúram (A-Normannach). Tá sloinne Sasanach, Gorham, beo thall.

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