Carran


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  • Carran births mapped 1864-1913

  • Carran 1901 census map

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    McCarron




Parishes where Carran and a second surname are found together

Surname:



Household numbers by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Derry:1Donegal:1Louth:8Sligo:1
Tyrone:7

Surname Dictionary

Carron Quite numerous: Louth, Fermanagh, Donegal. Ir. Mac Cearáin (Ulster), Mac Carrghamhna (Midlands). Carron is also Anglo-Norman, more usually as Carew, q.v. MIF.
Mac Carrghamhna Mac Carron, O'Growney: cuíosach líonmhar: Muineachán, Connachta & rl. Bhí an clann sa bunaithe san Iar-Mhí ar theacht na Normannach nuair a scaipeadh iad. Claochló ar an mbun-sloinne is ea Ó Gramhna. Tá Mac Cearáin i dTír Conaill, leis. Fréamh: ainm pearsanta: Carrghamhain: sleá + gamhain. Caulfield & Gaffney orthu anois chomh maith.SGG.
MacAran Very rare: Fermanagh. See Mac Carron.
MacCarron numerous: Ulster generally; Sligo-Mayo. Ir. Mac Cearáin, probably variant of Mac Ciaráin, from first name Ciarán a dimin. of ciar, black. A sept of Donegal. It may also stand for Mac Carrghamhna, a branch of Southern Uí Néill in W Meath. See also Carron.MIF.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Caran: 2
Caron: 5
Carran: 18
Carrane: 3
Carren: 14
Carron: 46
Corron: 19
McAran: 4
McCaren: 2
McCaron: 2
McCarran: 16
McCarren: 9
McCarrin: 3
McCarron: 129

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Caren
Carone
Carrun
Mac Carrghamhna
MacAran
MacCarran
MacCarren
MacCarron
McAron
McArran
McCaran
McCarrn
McCorron
O Carran
O Carrane
O Karran


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