Parlon households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Mac Parthaláin Mac Parland: líonmhar: Ard Mhacha-an Dún. Chónaigh siad in Oirghialla agus bhí clú orthu mar scríobhaithe agus filí. Tá na leagain Mac Partland & Mac Partlin ann. Féach Mac Pharthaláin, leis.
MacParlan Very rare: Down. See Mac Parland.
MacParland numerous: Armagh-Down etc. Ir. Mac Parthaláin. Parthalán was a legendary figure but the name is thought to be a gaelicisation of Bartholomew. They were a literary family of Oriel but there is confusion in Ulster with the Scottish Mac Farlanes who share the same basic name.
MacPartlan Quite numerous: Cavan, Louth, Sligo-Leitrim. See Mac Parland.
MacPartland fairly numerous: Ulster generally, Louth etc. Variant of Mac Parland.
Parlon rare: Roscrea (Tipperary). Ir. Mac Parthaláin (Bartholomew). See Mac Parland. MIF.
Partlin Very rare: Ballinrobe (Mayo). Ir. Mac Parthaláin. See Mac Parland.


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

Parishes where Parlon and a second surname are found together


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