L'Estrange heads of household in the 1911 census


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For background on how the map was made (and its flaws), see the relevant blog entry.

Surname Dictionary

L'Estrange mod.nos.: W Meath etc. Ir. Mac Conchoigcríche (hound from abroad). This was an ancient first name associated with the O'Clerys and Mageoghans. It has been anglicised Peregrine meaning foreign, so telling only half the story. Coincidentally, an English family L'Estrange settled in the same area in 16 cent, so only a genealogical investigation could sort them out. The modern French name is Létrange (foreigner). SI.
Mac Conchoigchríce L'Estrange: annamh: Iar-Mhí & Áth Cliath. Clann a shealbhaigh Muintir Searcacháin san Iar-Mhí anallód. Is ionann coigchríoch agus talamh teorann nó tír iasachta. Bhí an t-ainm pearsanta Cúcoigríche ag na clanna Mag Eochagáin & Cléirigh go speisialta. Thárla gur shocraigh Sasanaigh dar b'ainm L'Estrange san Iar-Mhí sa 16 céad, bheadh sé deacair idirdhealú a dhéanamh orthu anois.SGG & SI.
 

DEDs where L'Estrange and a second surname are found together

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