Stanton heads of household in 1901 census


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Surname Dictionary

de Stonndún Staunton: líonmhar: Maigh Eo-Gaillimh, Lár na Tíre. Angla-Normannaigh a tháinig go luath san Ionradh agus a lean na Búrcaigh go Connacht. Deineadh clann Ghaelach díobh i gCeara, Maigh Eo, áit ina dtugadh Mac an Mhíleadha orthu .i. óna bhfear sinsir, Milo de Stanton. Tá Stanton níos líonmhaire i Sasana anois. Ó log-ainm an-choitinn a chiallaíonn "baile clochach". Litriú nua: Standún.
Sdonndún féach Standún.
Standún rare: Galway. Ir.Lang. See Staunton.
Stanton Quite numerous: Cork City etc. More usual as Staunton, q.v.
Staunton numerous: all areas, mainly Mayo-Galway, Midlands. Ir. de Stonndún (modern Standún). Anglo-Normans who settled in Mayo after the Invasion. Some assumed the patronymic Mac an Mhíleadha (son of the warrior), so they also appear under Mac Evilly. SI.
Stundon Very rare: Limerick. Variant of Staunton, q.v.

DEDs where Stanton and a second surname are found together

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Counties, DEDs and households


Variants in 1901, with total occurences


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