McKeag


McKeag households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Mac Thaidhg Mac Keag, Mac Keague: líonmhar in Ultaibh - an Dún go sonrach. Tá rian na h-Alban ar an sloinne seo - tá MacCaig coitianta i nGallghallaibh - ach ní foláir go raibh sé dúchasach chomh maith. Arís, tá mórán leagan gallda ann.
MacCague Quite numerous: Monaghan & scattered in Ulster. Ir. Mac Thaidhg, from first name Tadhg, poet. Also as Mac Keague etc.
MacCaige fairly rare: Antrim etc. Scottish version of Mac Thaidhg. See Mac Cague.
MacCaigue rare: Down. See Mac Cague.
MacKaigue Quite numerous: Belfast area etc. Ir. Mac Thaidhg. From old first name Tadhg, meaning "poet". Also as Mac Keague and Mac Caig, the latter in Scotland.
MacKeague numerous: Ulster generally, especially Down. Ir. Mac Thaidhg. See Mac Kaig.
MacKeigue rare: Galway etc. See Mac Keag.

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