Taggart


Taggart households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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

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Surname Dictionary

Mac an t-Sagairt Taggart & rl.: líonmhar: Cúige Uladh. Chónaigh an chlann ag Baile Mhic an t-Sagairt i dtuaisceart Fhear Manach. Tá an-chuid leagan gallda - Mac Entaggart an ceann is fearr, is dócha. Bhí an sloinne i bhfeidhm in Albain, leis - rud a chuirfeadh le dáileadh agus uimhreacha i bhfos. Ní mór a thuigsint nach raibh aontumhacht na cléire i bhfeidhm go cruinn in Éirinn sa mheán-aois.MIF.
MacEntaggart rare: Meath-Louth, Armagh etc. Ir. Mac an t-Sagairt (priest's son). A sept of Fermanagh. More common as Taggart, q.v.
MacEnteggart fairly rare: Louth-Meath, Armagh. See Mac Entaggart.
MacIntaggart rare: Ulster. Ir. Mac an t-Sagairt (son of the priest). Mac Taggart and Taggart are usual in Scotland.
MacTaggart Quite numerous: Ulster generally. Ir. Mac an t-Sagairt (son of the priest). Clerical celibacy was not universal in mediaeval Ireland. There are various synonyms. MIF.
Taggart numerous: almost all in Ulster, especially East. Ir. Mac an t-Sagairt, more accurately anglicised as Mac Entaggart, q.v. The name is common in Scotland.
Teggart Quite numerous: Down-Armagh etc. A variant of Mac Entaggart; an English name also exists, though unlikely here.

    Maps

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

The surname


Parishes where Taggart and a second surname are found together

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