McComb households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Coombes Quite numerous: Belfast, Dublin, W Cork. Ir. Mac Thómais. Generally of Scottish origin and occurring as Combes and Holmes. Woulfe says Mac Thomáis is used in Cork. SGG.
Mac Thóm Mac Comb: líonmhar: Cúige Uladh. Sloinne ó Albain, mar a raibh siad gaolmhar le Mac an Taoisigh; bhí siad in Éirinn sa 16 céad.
Mac Thómais Mac Comish: líon beag: Béal Feirste & rl. De bhunadh Albanach - leagan eile, Holmes, i roinnt bheag cásanna.
MacComas Very rare: Dublin. See Mac Comish.
MacCombe numerous: Ulster generally etc. Mac Thóm, from first name Tom. A Scottish name. See Mac Comish and Mac Combs.
MacCombs rare: Tyrone. Mac Thómais. See Mac Comish.
MacComish Quite numerous: Belfast area, Dublin etc. Mac Thomais, (son of Thomas). A Scottish name with various synonyms. SS.
MacCoomb Very rare: Antrim. See Mac Comb.


  • McComb in 1659.
  • McComb births mapped 1864-1913
  • McComb 1901 census map
  • McComb 1911 census map
  • McComb Roman Catholic baptisms
  • McComb Roman Catholic marriages NEW!

Parishes where McComb and a second surname are found together


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