Logan households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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Surname Dictionary

Logan Very numerous: all areas, especially Ulster. Ir. Ó Leocháin, a sept of W Meath at the Invasion, they were dispersed through Connacht. Ulster Logans are part indigenous, part Scottish and the Normans added de Logan to the Ulster scene in 12 cent. MIF.
MacLogan Very rare: Newry (Down). Probably relates to Scots clan Logan (MacLennan).

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