Gahern



COUNTY SURNAME MAP



Gahern households in mid-19th century Ireland

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


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Meath 8    

SURNAME DICTIONARY/ SLOINNTE NA h-EIREANN

Gaughran: fairly numerous: Midlands etc. Ir. Mag Eachráin. A Cavan name; also appearing as MacGahern and MacGaughran. Eachra was an old feminine name but Eachrán was presumably male. MIF & SGG.
Gehern: Very rare: Leitrim. Ir. Mag Eachráin. See MacGahern.
MacGaghran: Very rare: Omagh (Tyrone). See Mac Gahern.
MacGahern: Quite numerous: Cavan etc. Ir. Mag Eachráin, presumably derived from each, a horse.
MacGaughran: Very rare: Cavan. Variant of Mac Gahern, q.v.
Mag Eachráin: Mac Gahern: líon beag: Cabhán & rl. Clann de chuid Oirghialla. MIF.
Magaharn: rare: Cavan, Dublin. Variant of Mac Gahern, q.v.


Variants and total numbers.
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SURNAME
TOTAL
Gagheran 3
Gaghran 10
Gaharan 10
Gahern 8
Gaughran 20
Geeheran 5
Geheran 5
Gehran 4
Magahern 4
McCahern 5
McGaghran 40
McGaharan 12
McGahern 9
McGahran 10
McGaughran 27


Recorded variants listed in other sources.
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SURNAME
Gaharn
Gaugheran
Gaughren
Gehern
Gehiran
M'Gachern
MacGaghran
MacGahern
MacGaughran
Mag Eachráin
Magaharn


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