Yeates


Yeates households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

de Gheata Yeates, Yates, Gates: líon beag: scaipthe. Sloinne Sasanach in Éirinn ón 17 céad. An bhrí, dar ndó, "cónaí ag an ngeata" nó "fear an gheata". SI.
Yates fairly rare: Dublin, N Antrim, Down etc. An English name analogous to Gates; in Ireland in 17 cent. See also Yeats. Ir. de Gheata. SGA.
Yeates Quite numerous: Dublin, Belfast area, Down etc. A variant of Yates.
Yeats rare: Dublin, Belfast etc. The form used by the famous artistic family who lived in Sligo since 18 cent. IF.
Yeats (de Geata): sloinne nach gá gaelú dó. Shocraigh an chlann sa i Sligeach sa 17 céad mar a bhain siad le Drom Cliabh - sean-mhainistir Ghaelach. Dream fíor-éirimiúil - díobhsa William B.Yeats (1865-1939) file agus Jack B.Yeats (1870-1957) ealaíontóir. Tá na leagan Yeates & Yates níos líonmhaire. Tá an sloinne coitianta i Sasana, bunaithe ar an bhfocal gate - coimeádaí an gheata, b'fhéidir.

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