Scott


    Maps

  • Scott in 1659.

  • Scott births mapped 1864-1913

  • Scott 1901 census map

  • Scott 1911 census map

  • Scott Roman Catholic baptisms new!

  • Websites

    Scott




Parishes where Scott 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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Antrim:131Armagh:55Belfast city:113Carlow:15
Cavan:43Clare:12Cork:31Cork city:8
Derry:125Donegal:154Down:252Dublin:38
Dublin city:27Fermanagh:67Galway:20Kerry:14
Kildare:15Kilkenny:29Laois:16Leitrim:8
Limerick:12Limerick city:8Longford:5Louth:6
Mayo:55Meath:7Monaghan:49Offaly:23
Roscommon:22Sligo:32Tipperary:59Tyrone:158
Waterford:11Westmeath:25Wexford:20Wicklow:10

Surname Dictionary

Albanach Scott: an-líonmhar gach áird, go mór-mhór Oirthear Uladh. Ainm a tugadh ar na gallóglaigh a tháinig ó Albain sa 14,15 & 16 céad, chomh leis na coilínigh sa 17 céad.
Scott Very numerous: all areas, especially E Ulster. Primarily a Scottish name: ironically the original meaning was "Irish" and later, Gaelic-speaking Highlanders (who had come from Ireland). The present name appeared in Ireland in 17 cent. Ir. Albanach. SI.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Scott: 1677

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Albanach
Albonagh
Scot
Scote
Scots
Scott Groves
Scott Johnston
Scott-Culhane
Scott-Fleming
Scott-Lee
Scott-Lennon
Scott-Martin
Scotte
Scotts


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