The Surnames of Ireland
Ireland was one of the earliest countries to evolve a system of hereditary surnames. More than 4,000 Gaelic, Norman and Anglo-Irish surnames are listed in this book, giving a wealth of information on the background and location of Irish families. Edward MacLysaght was a leading authority on Irish names and family history. He served as Chief Herald and Genealogical Officer of the Irish Office of Arms. He was also Keeper of Manuscripts of the National Library of Ireland and was Chairman of the Manuscripts Commission. This book, which was first published in 1957 and now is in its sixth edition, is being reprinted for the fourth time and remains the definitive record of Irish surnames, their genealogy and their origins.
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abbreviated form anglicized form Anglo-Norman Antrim Armagh Bibl branch Cavan Clare name cognate counties Cromwellian Derry devotee of St distinct septs Donegal Dublin east Ulster English origin English toponymic erenagh erenagh family fairly numerous Fermanagh form of Mac formerly found in Ulster fourteenth century hibernicized Ireland Irish Irish form Kildare Kilkenny Leinster Leitrim Leix Limerick located locative name Longford Louth Mac Giolla mainly found Map Clare Map Galway Map Mayo Meath mid-seventeenth century MIF Map Monaghan Munster name belongs name found name in Ireland Norse north Connacht north-east Ulster numerous in Ulster occasional synonym occasional variant Offaly Old-English Oriel personal name place-name Plantation of Ulster prefix Mac prominent rare name Roscommon Scottish clan Scottish name Scottish toponymic sixteenth century Sligo sometimes spelt surname thirteenth century Thomond Tyrone Ui Fiachrach Ui Maine Ulster name usually variant form variant spelling Waterford west Cork Westmeath Wexford Wicklow Woulfe gives Woulfe says