Wallace



Parishes where Wallace 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:151Armagh:43Belfast city:57Carlow:2
Cavan:45Clare:7Cork:87Cork city:8
Derry:105Donegal:45Down:155Dublin:18
Dublin city:14Fermanagh:35Galway:56Kerry:24
Kildare:6Kilkenny:64Laois:30Leitrim:15
Limerick:80Limerick city:13Longford:10Louth:16
Mayo:16Meath:11Monaghan:41Offaly:21
Roscommon:32Sligo:22Tipperary:50Tyrone:55
Waterford:13Westmeath:20Wexford:32Wicklow:3

Surname Dictionary

De Bhailis Very rare: Galway. Ir. Lang. See Wallace.
Wallace Very numerous: all areas, particularly E Ulster. Ir. de Bhailís. Le Waleis was the Norman term for British Celts, both Welsh and Strathclyde Britons. The name is mainly Scottish, hence the strong presence in Ulster. In the south, they may be Cambro-Normans and synonymous with Walsh. See Wallis. SI & DBS.
Wallis Quite numerous: Kilfinnane (Limerick), South East, Derry etc. As Wallace, q.v.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Wallace: 1402
Wallas: 4
Wallis: 33

Non-Griffith's Variants

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De Bhailis
Wailes
Walace
Walis
Waliss
Wallase
Walles
Wallice
Walliss
Wallos
Wallys
Wallyse
Walous
Wellis
Welos
Wollis


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