Henry


Henry households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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

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Surname Dictionary

Henry Very numerous: Ulster, Connacht, N Midlands etc. Ir. (1) Ó h-Inneirghe (Limerick), (2) Mac Éinri, a branch of Fitzhenry in Galway. (3) Mac Éinrí, a group of Síol Eoghain in E Ulster. (4) Ó h-Ainiarradh, a sept of Oriel. This name is common in Britain, of course. IF & SGG.
Mac Éinrí Henry: líonmhar: Connachta. Craobh de chlann A-Normannach a ghaelaíodh.
MacHenry fairly numerous: E Ulster, Dublin etc. Ir. Mac Éinrí (son of Henry). There was a sept of Síol Eoghain (Tyrone); it is also a gaelicisation of FitzHenry. See Henry.
Ó h-Innéirghe Henry: líonmhar: Cúige Uladh. Clann de chuid Cineál Eoghain a bhí lonnaithe ag Cuileanntrach, Tír Eoghain. Bhí Henery ortha, tráth. SGG & IF.

    Maps

  • Henry in 1659.
  • Henry births mapped 1864-1913
  • Henry 1901 census map
  • Henry 1911 census map
  • Henry Roman Catholic baptisms

The surname


Parishes where Henry and a second surname are found together

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Variants in Griffith's
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Non-Griffith's Variants

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