Davis households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Dáibhís Davis: an-líonmhar sa tír. De bhunadh Breatnach nó Sasanach, de ghnáth. In Éirinn ón 16 céad. Tá ómós Chlanna Gael ag dul do Thomás Dáibhís (1814-45) fear Eire Óg & "The Nation". IF.
Davies numerous: Belfast area, Dublin and scattered. Welsh and English, though the English version is more usually Davis. The general Irish version would be Mac Dáibhidh.
Davis Very numerous: Dublin, Belfast and all areas. Of English or Welsh origin since 16 cent. The name is used for MacDavid in Wexford. Irish version: Dáibhis. IF.


  • Davis in 1659.
  • Davis births mapped 1864-1913
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The surname

Parishes where Davis and a second surname are found together


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