Stuart



COUNTY SURNAME MAP



FAMILY HISTORY PUBLICATIONS



SURNAME HISTORY



Stuart 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).

Stuart 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 68 Armagh 2
Belfast city 2 Carlow 1
Cavan 8 Cork 4
Derry 28 Donegal 4
Down 35 Dublin 2
Dublin city 8 Fermanagh 3
Galway 3 Kildare 1
Kilkenny 2 Laois 2
Leitrim 21 Louth 2
Mayo 5 Meath 2
Monaghan 12 Offaly 3
Roscommon 1 Sligo 2
Tipperary 1 Tyrone 29
Waterford 3 Wexford 1
Wicklow 3    

SURNAME DICTIONARY/ SLOINNTE NA h-EIREANN

Stewart: Very numerous: all areas, least in Munster, most in Ulster. Ir. Stíobhard. A notable Scottish name, also Stuart.
Stuart: numerous: all areas, mainly Ulster. Ir. Stíobhard. A French version of Stewart used by Mary, Queen of Scots, who was brought up in France. Subsequently the royal house of Scotland and England. See Stewart.

VIEW FULL SUIRNAME HISTORY ...


Variants and total numbers.
Click to see county numbers.
SURNAME
TOTAL
Steward 22
Stewart 2006
Stuart 258


Recorded variants listed in other sources.
- Click here for all sources.
- Click on a name for its sources.
SURNAME
Sewart
Steaurt
Steuart
Stewartt
Stewerd
Stewert
Stewrt
Stueard
Stueird
Stuerd
Stuort


SECOND SURNAME


Enter another name above to see counties where households of this second surname and Stuart households were both found.