McQuaid


McQuaid households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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

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Surname Dictionary

Coid Very rare: Belfast. Ir. Mac Uaid. See also MacQuoid.
Mac Uaid Mac Quaid: líonmhar: Cúige Uladh - Muineachán go sonrach. Bhí an sloinne annsin sa 17 céad ach ní féidir a rá conas a d'éirigh sé - is cosúil go raibh duine éigin as clann eile leis an ainm Wat (giorrú ar Walter) agus ghlac leis an ainm sinseartha Mac Uaid. Is ionann é, mar sin, agus Watson. Tá Quaid i Luimneach ach baineann le Ó Cuain, q.v.
MacQuade fairly numerous: Ulster generally etc. Ir. Mac Uaid. See Mac Quaid.
MacQuaid numerous: Ulster, especially Monaghan, also Louth-Meath. Ir. Mac Uaid (son of Wat, i.e. Walter), so equivalent to Watson. It occurs as Quaid in Limerick. IF.
MacQuoid Quite numerous: Belfast-Down etc. Ir. Mac Uaid. See Mac Quaid.
MacWade rare: Scattered in Ulster, Longford. Variant of Mac Quaid, q.v.
Quade fairly rare: Limerick etc. Ir. Ó Cuain. Perhaps abbrev. of Donnchuan. See also Mac Uaid, see Quain and Mac Quaid.
Quaite rare: Antrim etc. Ir. Mac Uait (son of Wat). See Mac Quaid.

    Maps

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

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