All variants of Coady

Coady households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

All variants of Coady

Householders by county in (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

Coad Fairly rare: Waterford. Perhaps a variant of Coady; an English name Coad does exist meaning "cobbler".
Coady numerous: Waterford, Kilkenny, Tipperary. Ir. Mac Óda. An Irish-style patronymic adopted by the Archdeacons in 13 cent, from the personal name Odo. MIF.
Cody numerous: Kilkenny, E Cork. Ir. Mac Óda. See Coady.
Mac Óda Coady, Cody: líonmhar: Port Lairge-Cill Chainnigh-Tiobraid Árann-Corcaigh thoir. Ainm sinseartha a ghlac na h-Angla-Normannaigh Archdeacon chucu sa 13 céad i gCill Chainnigh. Ón ainm Teotanach Odo nó Otho, a chiallaíonn "saibhir".


  • Coady in 1659.
  • Coady births mapped 1864-1913
  • Coady 1901 census map
  • Coady 1911 census map
  • Coady Roman Catholic baptisms
  • Coady Roman Catholic marriages NEW!

The surname

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