Short



COUNTY SURNAME MAP


1890 BIRTHS DISTRIBUTION




Short households in mid-19th century Ireland

Hold the cursor over the marker on the map to see the number of households in each parish.
See below for a parish-by-parish breakdown of household numbers in each county (paying).

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


Click on a county name for a parish breakdown of the number of households,
and an all-Ireland parish map (paying).
Antrim 4 Armagh 39
Belfast city 12 Carlow 1
Cavan 3 Cork 3
Cork city 6 Derry 2
Donegal 2 Down 6
Dublin 16 Dublin city 17
Fermanagh 1 Galway 4
Kildare 4 Kilkenny 6
Laois 2 Leitrim 15
Limerick 3 Longford 2
Louth 17 Mayo 3
Meath 5 Monaghan 18
Offaly 12 Sligo 4
Tipperary 31 Tyrone 14
Waterford 3 Westmeath 3
Wexford 2 Wicklow 17

SURNAME DICTIONARY/ SLOINNTE NA h-EIREANN

Short: numerous: all areas, especially Belfast, Dublin, Louth, Wicklow. Ir. Mac an Gheairr (short man). Usually English in origin. See also Shortt.
Shortt: numerous: Ulster, Midands etc. Ir. Mac an Gheairr (Ghirr). The Irish name is associated with Armagh. However, it seems likely that many Shortts are of English origin. See also Mac Girr and Short.


Variants and total numbers.
Click to see county numbers.
SURNAME
TOTAL
Short 277
Shortt 37


SECOND SURNAME


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