McAshanog



Household numbers by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

de Bhosc Fox: an-líonmhar tríd an dtír. Cuid acu Sasanaigh a chuir fúthu i Luimneach - féach Móin an Bhoscaigh in aice le Cill Mocheallóg. Ach bhaineann a bhformhór le clanna Gaelacha ar nós Ó Catharnaigh (An Mhí); Mac an t-Sionnaigh (Dún na nGall); Sionnach (Corcaigh). Leagain ghalldaithe: Kearney; Tinney; Fox & rl. IF & SGG.
Fox Very numerous: all areas, especially Ulster. There are a number of Irish names: Sionnach, Mac an tSionnaigh, Ó Sionnaigh, Ó Catharnaigh, which have been anglicised Fox. Also there were English settlers in Limerick who gave their name to Móin an Bhoscaigh, i.e. Mount Fox. IF & SGG.
Mac an t-Sionnaigh Tinney: líon beag: Tír Chonaill-Doire-Tír Eoghain, Sligeach. Ard Mhacha a n-áit dúchais. Deineadh Fox díobh cuid mhaith, ar ndóigh.
Tinney Quite numerous: Donegal-Derry-Tyrone, Sligo etc. Ir. Mac an t-Sionnaigh, from sionnach, fox. It has been anglicised Fox in some areas.

    Maps

  • McAshanog in 1659.
  • McAshanog births mapped 1864-1913

Parishes where McAshanog and a second surname are found together

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