McTeague heads of household in the 1911 census


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Surname Dictionary

Mac Taidhg Teague, Mac Teague: líon beag: Tír Eoghain & rl. Ní clann aitheanta í de ghnáth ach ainm sinseartha a bhí forleathan i gCúige Uladh agus, ar ndóigh, leas-ainm ag na cóilínigh ar na dúchasaigh. Tá a lán leagan gallda ann.
MacTague fairly rare: Leitrim-Donegal etc. Ir. Mac Taidhg, from first name Tadhg = poet.
MacTeague rare: Tyrone etc. Ir. Mac Taidhg. As Mac Tague, q.v.
MacTeigue Very rare: Antrim. Ir. Mac Taidhg. See Mac Tague.
MacTigue Quite numerous: Mayo etc. Ir. Mac Taidhg. From first name Tadhg, poet. A branch of the O'Kellys in Galway; otherwise an ephemeral name in Mayo and Donegal. See also Tighe, Mac Caig, Mac Keague.
Teague Quite numerous: Tyrone etc. Ir. Ó Taidhg, from first name Tadhg, a poet. Generally not a sept but an eponymous native of Ulster, sometimes with racist connotation.
Tighe numerous: Connacht, Cavan-Monaghan etc. Ir. Ó Taidhg (first name Tadhg, poet). A number of septs existed: Down, Wicklow, Roscommon, Clare. There is confusion with Mac Taidhg, a very common name known in Ulster as Teague. SI &MIF.
 

DEDs where McTeague and a second surname are found together

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