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No Purseil households in mid-19th century Ireland


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


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

SURNAME DICTIONARY/ SLOINNTE NA h-EIREANN

Puirséil: Purcell: an-líonmhar: gach treo, san Oir-dheisceart ach go h-áirithe. Angla-Normannaigh a shocraigh i gCill Chainnigh & Tiobraid Árann. Gaelaíodh ar fad iad agus bhí siad chun tosaigh ag cur i gcoinne choncais an 17 céad. Bhí bun-áit acu ag Lochmagh, lámh le Dúrlas Éile; bhí craobh eile ag Baile Uí Chathláin i gCaonraí, Luimneach. Fréamh: porcel (Fraincis) .i. muicín, banbh. Maireann an sloinne sa bhFrainc, Pourcel, leis an bhfo-bhrí, mí-iompar! Dauzat.
Purcell: Very numerous: all areas, especially South East. Ir. Puirséil. From French pourcel, piglet. A notable Anglo-Norman family of Ormonde (Tipperary etc). IF.
Purtill: Quite numerous: Clare-N Kerry, Limerick City. Variant of Purcell, q.v. The name has been associated with Clare. MIF.


Variants and total numbers.
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SURNAME
TOTAL
Percell 2
Purcel 9
Purcell 944
Pursell 2
Purtell 36
Purtil 14
Purtill 16
Purtle 36


Recorded variants listed in other sources.
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SURNAME
Pearcell
Pearsall
Persall
Piercell
Puirséal
Puirséil
Purcil
Purcill
Purséil
Purseil
Pursiel
Pursill
Purssell


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