Loughlin heads of household in the 1911 census


Counties, DEDs and heads of households

Antrim: Aghagallon: 1
Antrim: Antrim Rural: 2
Antrim: Antrim Urban: 1
Antrim: Ballyhoe: 1
Antrim: Ballyrobin: 1
Antrim: Clifton: 1
Antrim: Clogh: 1
Antrim: Court Ward: 1
Antrim: Dock Ward: 2
Antrim: Donegore: 1
Antrim: Duncairn: 1
Antrim: Falls: 3
Antrim: Shankill: 3
Antrim: Smithfield: 1
Antrim: Windsor Ward: 1
Antrim: Wood Vale Ward: 1
Antrim: Woodvale: 2
Armagh: Cornakinnegar: 1
Armagh: Crossmore: 3
Armagh: Keady: 1
Armagh: Lurgan Urban: 2
Carlow: Haroldstown: 1
Carlow: Kellistown: 1
Carlow: Kinneagh: 1
Carlow: Tullow Urban: 1
Cavan: Ballintemple: 1
Cavan: Kilcogy: 1
Cavan: Kilgolagh: 1
Cavan: Milltown: 3
Clare: Kilseily: 3
Cork: Barnacurra: 1
Cork: Boherboy: 1
Cork: Castlemartyr: 1
Cork: Clonfert West: 1
Cork: Clonmult: 1
Cork: Clonpriest: 5
Cork: Cloyne: 1
Cork: Corkbeg: 1
Cork: Doonasleen: 1
Cork: Garryvoe: 1
Cork: Ightermurragh: 2
Cork: Mallow South Urban: 1
Cork: Meena: 1
Cork: Rosscarbery: 1
Cork: Youghal Urban: 4
Donegal: Ballyshannon: 1
Donegal: Bundoran: 3
Donegal: Carrickboy: 2
Donegal: Clonleigh South: 1
Donegal: Letterkenny Rural: 1
Donegal: Rathmelton: 1
Donegal: Stranorlar: 1
Donegal: Three Trees: 1
Down: Castlewellan: 1
Down: Clonduff: 2
Down: Glaskermore: 3
Down: Loughbrickland: 1
Down: Magheralin: 1
Down: Moneyslane: 1
Down: Rathfryland: 3
Down: Scarva: 2
Down: Seaforde: 2
Down: Tullynakill: 2
Dublin: Arran Quay: 2
Dublin: Clondalkin: 2
Dublin: Kingstown No. 2: 2
Dublin: Kingstown No. 3: 3
Dublin: North Dock: 3
Dublin: Pembroke East: 1
Dublin: Pembroke West: 1
Dublin: Rathmines & Rathgar East: 2
Dublin: Rathmines & Rathgar West: 1
Dublin: Tallagh: 2
Dublin: Terenure: 1
Dublin: Trinity Ward: 1
Galway: Aughrim: 2
Galway: Ballinderry: 1
Galway: Ballynapark: 4
Galway: Cummer: 1
Galway: Dunmore, North: 1
Galway: Gorumna: 8
Galway: Kilmeen: 1
Galway: Oatfield: 1
Galway: Oranmore: 1
Galway: Tuam Urban (part of): 1
Kerry: Carker: 1
Kerry: Castleisland: 1
Kerry: Kilmurry: 1
Kerry: Tralee Urban (part of): 1
Kildare: Bodenstown: 1
Kildare: Cloncurry: 1
Kildare: Dunmurry: 1
Kildare: Feighcullen: 1
Kildare: Kildare: 1
Kildare: Morristownbiller: 1
Kildare: Skerries: 1
Kilkenny: Ballycallan: 1
Kilkenny: Ballyhale: 1
Kilkenny: Glashane: 2
Kilkenny: Kilkeasy: 1
Kilkenny: Kilkenny No. 1 Urban: 1
Kilkenny: Killahy: 2
Kilkenny: Moneenroe: 4
Kilkenny: Muckalee: 1
Kilkenny: Tiscoffin: 1
Kilkenny: Ullid: 1
Kilkenny: Urlingford: 2
Leitrim: Barnameenagh: 1
Leitrim: Creaghglass: 1
Leitrim: Drumahaire: 7
Leitrim: Drumreilly West: 13
Leitrim: Glenboy: 2
Leitrim: Gubacreeny: 1
Leitrim: Killanummery: 5
Leitrim: Manorhamilton: 4
Leitrim: Sramore: 1
Leitrim: Stralongford: 2
Leitrim: Yugan: 13
Limerick: Bruree: 1
Limerick: Kilteely: 1
Londonderry: Bellaghy: 3
Londonderry: Clady: 1
Londonderry: Londonderry Urban: 2
Londonderry: Londonderry Urban (4): 1
Londonderry: Magherafelt: 2
Londonderry: Straw: 5
Longford: Granard Urban: 1
Louth: Castlering: 1
Mayo: Ballinrobe: 1
Mayo: Dalgan: 3
Mayo: Hollymount: 3
Mayo: Kilvine: 2
Mayo: Shrule: 1
Mayo: Westport, Urban: 2
Meath: Cloghbrack: 1
Meath: Crosskeys: 2
Meath: Drumcondra: 1
Meath: Innfield: 2
Meath: Kildalkey: 3
Meath: Killallon: 1
Meath: Maperath: 1
Meath: Navan Urban: 1
Monaghan: Carrickaslane: 2
Queen's Co.: Abbeyleix: 1
Queen's Co.: Coolrain: 1
Queen's Co.: Kyle South: 1
Queen's Co.: Maryborough Rural: 1
Queen's Co.: Mountrath: 1
Queen's Co.: Rathdowney: 1
Queen's Co.: Stradbally: 1
Roscommon: Boyle Rural: 1
Sligo: Ballintogher East: 2
Sligo: Cliffony North: 1
Sligo: Cliffony South: 1
Sligo: Collooney: 4
Sligo: Lakeview: 1
Sligo: Rossinver West: 1
Sligo: Sligo East: 1
Sligo: Sligo North Urban: 1
Sligo: Templevanny: 2
Tipperary: Ballysheehan: 1
Tipperary: Cashel Rural: 1
Tipperary: Clonoulty West: 1
Tipperary: Curraheen: 1
Tipperary: Fethard Town: 1
Tipperary: Kilcooly: 1
Tipperary: Newtown: 1
Tipperary: Tipperary Rural: 1
Tyrone: Attaclady: 8
Tyrone: Cookstown Urban: 1
Tyrone: Dunnamanagh: 2
Tyrone: Fintona: 1
Tyrone: Glenmornan: 1
Tyrone: Gortgranagh: 1
Tyrone: Listymore: 1
Tyrone: Urney, East: 1
Waterford: Ballymacart: 1
Waterford: Carrigbeg Rural: 1
Waterford: Comeragh: 1
Waterford: Glen: 1
Waterford: Glenwilliam: 1
Waterford: Killoteran: 1
Waterford: Reisk: 1
Waterford: Whitechurch: 1
Westmeath: Auburn: 2
Westmeath: Boherquill: 3
Westmeath: Killare: 1
Wexford: Ballyellis: 1
Wexford: Ballynestragh: 1
Wexford: Clonroche: 1
Wexford: Courtown: 1
Wexford: Fethard: 1
Wexford: Forth: 1
Wexford: Gorey Urban: 1
Wexford: Kilrush: 1
Wexford: Limerick: 2
Wexford: Newtownbarry: 1
Wexford: Rathroe: 1
Wexford: Templetown: 2
Wexford: The Harrow: 1
Wexford: Tintern: 1
Wicklow: Aghawlw: 1
Wicklow: Arklow Urban (No. 2): 1
Wicklow: Arklow Urban No. 1: 2
Wicklow: Ballinaclash: 1
Wicklow: Ballingate: 2
Wicklow: Blessington: 2
Wicklow: Bray No. 3: 1
Wicklow: Bray No.1: 1
Wicklow: Brockagh: 1
Wicklow: Cronelea: 1
Wicklow: Kilbride : 1
Wicklow: Killiskey: 1
Wicklow: Kilmacanoge: 1
Wicklow: Lackan: 1
Wicklow: Money: 3
Wicklow: Moneystown: 1
Wicklow: Newcastle Lower: 2
Wicklow: Newcastle Upper: 1
Wicklow: Stratford: 2
Wicklow: Tinahely: 4
Wicklow: Wicklow Urban: 1

Click on the red marker on the map below for a link to the full 1911 census entry.

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

Surname Dictionary

Laughlin fairly numerous: Belfast, Antrim etc. Ir. Lochlainn (Scandinavia). Perhaps for Mac Lochlainn from Norse first name Lachlan in Scotland. See O'Loughlin.
Loughlin numerous: Ulster, Connacht, N Leinster etc. Ir. Ó Lochlainn, Lochlann, a first name probably meaning Viking. The best-known sept was of Dál gCais (Clare) and the name exists also as MacLoughlin, q.v. GPN.
Mac Lachlainn Mac Laughlin (Éire), Mac Lachlan (Alba): leagan tuaisceartach de Mac Lochlainn, q.v. Bhí an chlann Albanach suite i Srath Lachlainn, Oirear Gael, agus iad líonmhar i gcónaí.
Mac Lochlainn Mac Loughlin, Mac Laughlin: an-líonmhar: Tír Conaill, Doire, Cúige Uladh i gcoitinne agus ar fud na tíre. Ag fágaint clann ríoga na Mí, Ó Maoilsheachlainn (q.v.) ar leataobh, dírímís ar an gcraobh shinseartha d'Uí Néill an tuaiscirt, a bhí suite in Inis Eoghain; chailleadar forlámhas i 1241 ach bhí brainsí i Liatroim & rl. Sa 20 céad, thionscnaigh Tomás Mac Lochlainn (1896-1971) innealtóir, scéim hidrileictreach na Sionainne a chuir bonn faoi fhorbairt nua-aimsire na tíre. IF.
MacClaughlin rare: Belfast area. Variant of Mac Laughlin, q.v.
MacCloughlin Very rare: Antrim. See Mac Loughlin.
MacGlaughlin Quite numerous: Dublin, Tyrone etc. Ir. Mag Lochlainn. See Mac Loughlin.
MacGloughlin rare: Dublin etc. See Mac Loughlin.
MacLachlan fairly rare: scattered. Ir. Mac Lachlainn. Scots form of Mac Lochlainn: Mac Loughlin, q.v.
MacLauchlan Very rare: Fermanagh. See Mac Laughlin.
MacLaughlin Very numerous: all areas, especially Donegal-Derry and Ulster generally. Ir. Mac Lochlainn, from a Norse first name. An important sept of the Northern Uí Néill, located in Inishowen (Donegal). Other septs existed elsewhere. Also as Mac Loughlin, q.v. SI.
MacLochlainn rare: Donegal etc. Ir.Lang. See Mac Laughlin.
MacLoghlin Very rare: Dublin. See Mac Loughlin.
MacLoughlin Very numerous: all areas, especially Donegal and Ulster generally; Louth and N Midlands. Ir. Mac Lochlainn, from Norse first name meaning, perhaps, "viking". More usually Mac Laughlin in the North. There were two principal septs: one of the Northern Uí Néill; the other not Mac Loughlin at all but O'Melaghlin, descended from the High-King Maoilsheachlainn and located in Meath. IF.
Mag Lachlainn athleagan de Mag Lochlainn, q.v. ach measctha le Mac Giolla t-Seachlainn.
Mag Lochlainn Mac Glaughlin: líon beag: Tír Eoghain & rl. Athleagan ar Mac Lochlainn.
Ó Lochlainn rare: Galway etc. Ir.Lang. See Loughlin.
Ó Lochlainn O'Loughlin, Loughlin: líonmhar tríd an dtír: in Ultaibh, Connachta, an Clár go sonrach. Clann a bhí i gceannas i gCorca Modhruaidh (Deoise Chill Fhionnabhrach anois). Tá meascadh le Mac Lochlainn sa tuaisceart agus in Oirghialla deineadh Loughlin agus Laughlin díobh.
O'Loghlen Quite numerous: Clare etc. Ir. Ó Lochlainn. A sept of the Burren, N Clare. See O'Loughlin.
O'Loughlin numerous: all areas, especially Clare. Ir. Ó Lochlainn, from a first name of Norse origin. A sept of Clare located in the Burren. IF.
 

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