Troy


Troy households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

de Treó Troy: líonmhar: Lár na Tíre, Oir-dheisceart, Luimneach-an Clár-Tiobraid Árann. Angla-Normannaigh ón gcathair Fhrancach Troyes; dlúth-bhaint acu le Luimneach - féach Caladh an Treoigh, go bhfuil Castletroy air anois. Tá siad ann le h-ocht gcéad blian.
Ó Tréamháin Troy: deir de Bhulbh gur bhain siad seo le iarthar an Chláir ach níl aon eolas eile fúthu - féach Ó Troighthigh.
Troy numerous: Midlands, South East, Clare-Limerick-Tipperary etc. Ir. Ó Troighthigh, foot-soldier. A sept of Clare who migrated to Tipperary. However, the name has been associated with Limerick City since 1189, which indicates that they were Anglo-Normans there. In Irish they would be de Treo. Castletroy was Caladh an Treoigh. IF.

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