Connick heads of household in the 1911 census

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Surname Dictionary

Connick fairly rare: Wexford, Kilkenny. Ir. Mac Conmhaic, "hound-son". Considered to be a branch of the O'Farrells of Longford. Now mainly in the South East. SI.
Mac Conmhaic Connick: annamh: Cill Chainnigh-Loch Garman. Clann a bhí gaolmhar le Faircheallaigh Longfoirt, deirtear, ach bhí siad i Loch Garman sa 17 céad.SI.

DEDs where Connick and a second surname are found together


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