Smith


    Maps

  • Smith in 1659.

  • Smith births mapped 1864-1913

  • Smith 1901 census map: new!

  • Smith 1911 census map

    The surname

  • Family histories: 12
  • Websites

    Smyth
    Kilcornan, Co. Limerick

    Smyth
    Cavan (archived)

    Smyth
    Cavan



Parishes where Smith and a second surname are found together

Surname:



Household numbers by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Antrim:273Armagh:189Belfast city:176Carlow:35
Cavan:1074Clare:30Cork:150Cork city:39
Derry:213Donegal:91Down:635Dublin:212
Dublin city:159Fermanagh:117Galway:123Kerry:25
Kildare:82Kilkenny:50Laois:45Leitrim:73
Limerick:41Limerick city:6Longford:102Louth:156
Mayo:79Meath:578Monaghan:273Offaly:88
Roscommon:44Sligo:82Tipperary:142Tyrone:214
Waterford:42Westmeath:176Wexford:62Wicklow:105

Surname Dictionary

Smith Very numerous: all areas: particularly Leath Chuinn (northern half). Ir. Mac Gabhann, which is linked to Cavan. See Mac Gowan and Smyth.
Smythe Very numerous: all areas, especially Ulster and Midlands. Ir. Mac Gabhann, Mac an Ghabhann (son of the smith). The Irish name was widespread and generally changed to Smith/Smyth. Branches in Clare and Tipperary were traditional historians. Many are also of Scottish or English origin in Ulster. See also Mac Gowan. SGG & IF.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Smith: 5982
Smyth: 1586
Smythe: 30

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Smithe


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