For background on how the map was made (and its flaws), see the relevant blog entry.
|Bairéid||Barrett: an-líonmhar in gach cúige, ach is Baróid atá ortha sa Mhumhain. Ba Angla-Normannaigh iad a gaelíodh ar fad. I gCorcaigh & Maigh Eo a bhí siad ó thús. IF.|
|Baróid||Barrett: leagan Muimhneach - féach Bairéid, ach clann éagsúil leis na Connachtaigh.|
|Barrett||Very numerous: All provinces: particularly Cork, Limerick, Kerry, Galway, Mayo. Early Anglo-Normans who became gaelicised: Baróid in Munster and Bairéid in Connacht. In fact, they were two separate families, the former being properly Barratt which occurs in Ulster, to some extent. MIF.|
|De Baroid||Very rare: Cork. Ir. Lang. See Barrett.|
DEDs where Barrett and a second surname are found together