Curtan heads of household in 1901 census


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Surname Dictionary

Curtayne Very rare: Cork-Kerry. Synonym of Curtin.
Curtin numerous: mainly N Cork-W Limerick. Originally Mac Cruitín of Clare where they were a notable literary family, the Irish is now Mac/Ó Curtáin. SI, IF &MIF.
Mac Cruitín Curtin, Mac Curtain: líonmhar sa Mhumhain. Clann léannta ó Thuathmhumhain a leathnaigh go Ciarraí agus Corcaigh. Féach na leagain nua: Mac Cuirtín agus Ó Curtáin. Brí an bhun-leagain: cruit = dronn nó droim cham.IF.
Mac Cuirtín (1) MacCurtain, (2) Curtin & rl.: tá (2) an-líonmhar in iarthar Luimnigh agus tuaisceart Chiarraí. Bhí siad i dTuathmhumhain in annalód agus Mac Cruitín orthu agus cáil ortha mar scoláirí. Tugann na daoine i Luimneach Ó Curtáin orthu féin. IF.
Mac Curtáin Mac Curtain, Curtin: féach Mac Cuirtín; deir de Bhulbh gur truailliú ar an sloinne Ultach, Mac Artáin é, ach bheinn in amhras faoi seo. Sé is dóchaí ná gur leagan eile den sloinne Cláiríneach Mac Cruitín é - Mac Curtáin, Mac Cuirtín agus Ó Curtáin anois. agus chuir futhu i Laighin & Mumhain. IF &MIF.
MacCurtain rare: Cork-Dublin. Ir. Mac Curtáin. See Mac Curtin & Curtin.
MacCurtin fairly rare: Munster. Ir. Mac Cuirtín formerly Mac Cruitín (hump-backed) and associated with Clare. Now more usual as Curtin, q.v.

DEDs where Curtan and a second surname are found together

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Variants in 1901, with total occurences


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