Fares

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Ferris




No Fares households in mid-19th century Ireland


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


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No Fares households in the Primary Valuation between 1847 and 1864.

SURNAME DICTIONARY/ SLOINNTE NA h-EIREANN

Faris: fairly rare: Belfast, Armagh etc. Ir. Ó Fearghuis. See Farris.
Farris: Very rare: Belfast. Ir. Ó Fearghuis. See Ferris.
Ferres: rare: Belfast area. Probably a contraction of Fergus. SS.
Ferris: numerous: Belfast, Down, Louth, Kerry etc. In Ulster: Scottish Mac Feargusa; in Munster a branch of the Moriartys: Ó Fearghuis.MIF.
Ó Fearghuis: Ferris, Fergus : líonmhar: Connachta, an Dún-Lú & Ciarraí. Ó thuaidh: Albanaigh; ó dheas: craobh de Mhuintir Mhuircheartaigh. Ó thaobh staire de, bhí clann leighis i Maigh Eo agus clann airchinneach i Liatroim. Mac Fearghusa ba chóir a bheith ar na h-Albanaigh a bhain leis an gclann mhór Ferguson thall. Ainm coiteann a b'ea Fearghus, leis an mbrí: fear + gus (neart, fuinneamh). SGG.


Variants and total numbers.
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SURNAME
TOTAL
Faires 2
Faris 56
Farris 18
Fearis 10
Feris 7
Ferras 2
Ferris 283


Recorded variants listed in other sources.
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SURNAME
Ó Fearghuis
Fairess
Fares
Faries
Farras
Farres
Fayers
Feras
Feress
Ferres
Ferriss
Firiss
Pheras
Pherris
Pherus


SECOND SURNAME


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