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|Cournane||rare: Kerry. Ir. Ó Curnáin. Generally anglicised Courtney in Kerry. Woulfe refers to the Breifne name Ó Cuirnín and Curnán of Kilcornan, Limerick, is quoted. GPN.|
|Courtney||numerous: Kerry, Cork, E Ulster. Ir. O Curnáin and Mac Cuarta (Ulster). However it is a Norman name, Courtenai, which must be the origin of some of the names.|
|Curnane||Very rare: Kerry. Ir. Ó Curnáin. Now generally anglicised Countney. Curnán was a personal name - it survives in Kilcornan, Limerick.|
|Curneen||rare: scattered. Ir. Ó Cuirnín. A literary family of Breifne, related to the O'Rourkes. SGG.|
|Curnyn||Very rare: Mayo. Synonym of Curneen.|
|Mac Cuarta||Mac Court, Courtney: líonmhar: oirthear Uladh, Lú & rl. Clann a bhí suite in Oirghialla (Ard Mhacha-Lú) riamh is choíche. An duine ba mhó díobh, b'fhéidir, Séamas Mac Cuarta, file, (1647-1732). Malairt leagain: Mac Cuairt.MIF.|
|MacCourtney||Very rare: Dublin. Variant of Mac Court, q.v.|
Parishes where a Courtenay and a second surname married each other.
This list shows total Courtenay Roman Catholic marriages by county and parish.
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