Mac Donnchadha heads of household in the 1911 census


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Surname Dictionary

Dennison fairly numerous: E Ulster and scattered. As Dennis, also Mac Donnchadha, certainly in W Limerick. SI.
Donachie Very rare: Meath. See Donaghy.
Donagh rare: Meath. See MacDonagh.
Donaghey numerous: Ulster etc. Ir. Mac Donnchaidh, from the personal name Donnchadh, meaning "brown lord". See also MacDonagh.
Mac Donnchadha Mac Donagh, Donaghy, Dennison & rl: líonmhar ar fud na tíre, i gConnachta ach go h-áirithe. Craobhacha de chlanna Mhic Dhiarmada agus Uí Fhlaithearta. Bíonn Dennison orthu i Luimneach agus Donaghy in Ultaibh. An litriú nua: Mac Donncha. IF & SGG.
MacDonagh Very numerous: all areas, especially Connacht. Ir. Mac Donnchadha from first name Donnchadh, brown warrior. Modern Donncha. A branch of the Mac Dermots in Connacht. There is a Scottish connection as Donncha = Duncan. SGG.
MacDonncha Quite numerous: Conamara etc. Ir. Lang. See Mac Donagh. One of the few Ir. Lang. names to re-assert itself in the telephone directory.
MacDonough numerous: all areas, mainly Dublin. See Mac Donagh.
 

DEDs where Mac Donnchadha and a second surname are found together

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