Corry


Corry households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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

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Surname Dictionary

Corr numerous: Ulster, particularly Tyrone, and N Leinster etc. Ir. Ó Corra. Woulfe derives it from corra, a spear. It is a variant of Carr, Kerr and Corry, all of which see.
Corra Corr, Corry, Currie: líonmhar tríd an dtír, Cúige Uladh ach go h-áirithe. Measctha le Ó Comhraidhe, q.v. Sloinne Albanach is ea Currie a bhain le Clann Mhic Dhomhnaill thall. Ní féidir bheith cinnte faoin mbrí: b'fhéidir, corra = sleá.MIF.
Corrie rare: Belfast, Derry. This is a Scottish name but it also likely to be a variant of Corry, q.v.
Corry numerous: Antrim, Tyrone, Clare, Limerick. Ir. Mac Gothraidh, in Fermanagh; Ó Comhraí in Clare. Ó Corra is of general application. See also Curry. MIF.
Mac Gothradha Mac Corry, Mac Curry, Godfrey: líonmhar in Ultaibh. Craobh de Mhag Uidhir Fhear Manach. Féach Mac Gafraidh.
MacCorry numerous: Belfast area etc. Ir. Mac Gothraidh (son of Godfrey). There was a family of this name related to the Maguires of Fermanagh.MIF.
Ó Comhraidhe Curry, Corry: an-líonmhar ach baineann a bhformhór le sloinnte eile. Bhí dhá chlann ann: ceann san Iar-Mhí agus ceann sa Chlár - leo-sa a bhain Eoghain Ó Comhraidhe (1796-1862) scoláire mór sa 19 céad. Sloinne Albanach is ea Currie in Ulaidh.Litriú nua: Ó Comhraí.IF.

    Maps

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

The surname


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