Rice heads of household in 1901 census


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Surname Dictionary

Mulgrave Very rare: Down. Ir. Ó Maolchraoibhe. Variant of Mulgrew.
Ó Maolchraoibhe Mulgrew: cuíosach líonmhar: Tír Eoghain, Doire, an Dún & rl. Clann de chuid Oirghialla a bhí lonnaithe sa Dún i dtosach an 17 céad. Pé scaipeadh a d'imigh orthu annsan, táid láidir in Ultaibh fós. Tá an leagan Grew le fáil in Ard Mhacha. MIF.
Reece rare: Dublin etc. Welsh, Rhys, more usual as ap Rhys, Preece, Price.
Reese Quite numerous: scattered. Welsh, Rhys. See Price.
Rice Very numerous: all areas, E Ulster, Midlands, South East etc. In the south, it is of Welsh origin, Rhys, gaelicised Rís. In the north, it stands for Ó Maolchraoibhe, craobh, a branch, may be a place-name in this case. See also Mulgrew. IF.
Rís Rice: líonmhar: Oir-dheisceart & rl. Sloinne Breatnach sa deisceart Ap Rhys ach sa tuaisceart, is claochlú ar Maolchraoibhe é. Bhí na Breatnaigh sa Mhumhain ón 14 céad. Díobh san clann Spring-Rice as Ceapach Uí Dhálaigh (Mount Trenchard), Luimneach, dream a thuill meas agus gean Chlanna Gael sa 18 & 19 céad. Ní mór duine eile a lua: Éamonn Ignáid Rís (1762-1844), bunaitheoir na mBráithre Críostaí, a chuir oideachas ar fáil d'aos óg na tíre in am an ghátair. Deineadh é a bheannú i 1996. IF.

DEDs where Rice and a second surname are found together

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Counties, DEDs and households


Variants in 1901, with total occurences


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