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English households in mid-19th century Ireland

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See below for a parish-by-parish breakdown of household numbers in each county (paying).

English households in each county in the Primary Valuation property survey of 1847-64.


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and an all-Ireland parish map (paying).
Antrim 41 Armagh 22
Belfast city 10 Carlow 2
Cavan 3 Clare 2
Cork 9 Cork city 3
Derry 3 Donegal 5
Down 40 Dublin 20
Dublin city 13 Kerry 20
Kildare 12 Kilkenny 19
Laois 10 Limerick 57
Limerick city 2 Louth 22
Mayo 19 Meath 5
Monaghan 9 Offaly 18
Roscommon 1 Tipperary 135
Tyrone 12 Waterford 29
Westmeath 23 Wexford 16
Wicklow 8    

SURNAME DICTIONARY/ SLOINNTE NA h-EIREANN

Aingléis: English: líonmhar: go forleathan, Luimneach & Tiobraid Árann go sonrach. Ainm a thug na Normannaigh ar a gcomrádaithe Sasanacha. Féach Ingléis, leis. SGG.
English: numerous: E Ulster, Tipperary-E Limerick etc. Ir. Aingléis, Inglis. Obviously of English origin but gaelicised since 13 cent. In Ulster it can stand for Gallogly.MIF.


Variants and total numbers.
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SURNAME
TOTAL
English 590


Recorded variants listed in other sources.
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SURNAME
Aingléis
Englysh
Inglish


SECOND SURNAME


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