Traynor households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Creaner rare: Dublin, Armagh etc. Ir. Mac Thréinfhir. A variant of Traynor, q.v. MIF.
Mac Thréinfhir Traynor, Mac Creanor: líonmhar: Oirghialla, an Dún, Lú, an Mhí. Sloinne a bhí in Oirghialla riamh. Fréamh: tréan + fear .i. laoch, gaiscíoch.
MacCreanor Quite numerous: Down, Midlands etc. Ir. Mac Thréinfhir, literally "strong man" means "champion". Historically associated with Oriel.
Trainor numerous: mainly E Ulster. Ir. Mac Thréinfhir (strong man). A sept of Oriel (Armagh-Monaghan), which also occurs as Mac Creanor, q.v.
Traynor numerous: S Ulster, Louth-Meath etc. Ir. Mac Thréinfhir (see Trainor).
Treanor numerous: S Ulster, Louth-Meath etc. Ir. Mac Thréinfhir. See Trainor.

Parishes where Traynor and a second surname are found together


Variants in Griffith's
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Non-Griffith's Variants

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