Long


Long households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Fada Long: bua-aidiacht a ghlac áit an tsloinne bhunaidh ach ní dócha go bhfuil sé coitinn.
Long Very numerous: Munster and South East, also widespread in Ulster. Ir.(1) Ó Longaigh (Cork), (2) Ó Longáin, originally of Mayo, then mainly an ecclesastical family of Munster, (3) Ó Lúing,(Kerry), (4) de Long (Anglo-Norman). The Longs of Ulster may well be of English origin. MIF.
Ó Longaigh Long: an-líonmhar: Cúige Mumhan & Oir-dheisceart. Bhíodar ina gcónaí ag Má Bhide, Corcaigh, go dtí gur chailleadar a dtailte sa 17 céad. Ní mór a mheabhrú go seasann Long d'Ó Longáin agus Ó Luing, chomh maith.
Ó Longáin Langan (Long): líonmhar: Gaillimh-Maigh Eo; iarthar Luimnigh- Ciarraí thuaidh. Bhí dhá chlann i gceist: ceann amháin i Maigh Eo a tháinig, de réir de Bhulbh, ó Uí Breasail in Ard Macha; agus an ceann eile a bhí ina n-airchinnigh ag Ard Pádraig, Luimneach. Bhí an léann ag an dream sa ó dhúchas agus lean siad mar scríobhaithe san 18 céad. Mícheál Óg Ó Longáin (1765-1837), file Éirí Amach '98, an duine ab'iomráití díobh, déarfainn. SGG.
Ó Lúing Long: annamh: Corca Dhuibhne. Bíonn Ó Lubhaing orthu, leis. Féach Ó Longaigh.

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