Grant


    Maps

  • Grant in 1659.

  • Grant births mapped 1864-1913

  • Grant 1901 census map

  • Grant 1911 census map

  • Grant Roman Catholic baptisms new!


Parishes where Grant 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:38Armagh:82Belfast city:22Clare:2
Cork:5Cork city:4Derry:6Donegal:5
Down:189Dublin:20Dublin city:11Fermanagh:2
Galway:5Kerry:5Kildare:6Kilkenny:139
Laois:11Leitrim:8Limerick:2Longford:1
Louth:20Mayo:2Meath:6Monaghan:9
Offaly:7Roscommon:1Sligo:2Tipperary:33
Tyrone:2Waterford:28Westmeath:2Wexford:11
Wicklow:19

Surname Dictionary

Grant numerous: Ulster, Dublin, The South-East, Connacht. Ir. Grant, Mag Raighne. A leading Scottish name of Norman origin, cognate with French grand, large, tall. However it has occurred in mediaeval records long before the advent of Scottish settlers in 17 cent. The name has been used for MacGranny, Granny (Mag Raighne) in Ulster. MIF.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Grant: 705

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Graunt


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