Saul


Saul households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

De Sál Saul: cuíosach annamh: an Mhí, an Dún & rl. Angla-Normannaigh ón 13 céad, bhí siad i dTiobraid Árann & Port Lairge ar dtús agus sa Mhí sa 16 céad. Chun tosaigh i gcúrsaí eaglasta i gCaiseal mara bhfuair James Sall OFM bás an mháirtírigh i 1647. Ón bhFraincis la Salle (an halla).
Saul fairly rare: Dublin, Meath, Down. Ir. de Sál. Probably from French salle (hall) as they were Normans, arriving in 13 cent and associated with Waterford and Tipperary.MIF.

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