Roe heads of household in the 1911 census


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Surname Dictionary

Mac Ruaidh Mac Roe: fíor-annamh: Fear Manach-Muineachán.
MacRoe Very rare: Fermanagh-Monaghan. Ir. ? Mac Ruaidh.
Ó Ruaidh Roe: líonmhar: Lár na Tíre. Ach bhain an sloinne seo oirthear Chorcaí agus Port Lairge, marar deineadh Ormonde díobh go luath.
Roe numerous: all areas, especially Midlands, scattered in Ulster. Ir. Ó Ruaidh (red-haired). A sept of E Cork and Waterford, often changed to Ormonde. The name may also be English, though this is more usual as Rowe. See also Mac Enroe. MIF.
Rowe numerous: all areas, especially Ulster and South East. English in general but with some confusion with Roe, q.v. SI.
 

DEDs where Roe and a second surname are found together

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Counties, DEDs and households


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