McCrory heads of household in the 1911 census


Counties, DEDs and heads of households

Antrim: Aghagallon: 8
Antrim: Antrim Rural: 1
Antrim: Antrim Urban: 1
Antrim: Ballycor: 1
Antrim: Ballymena No. 3 Urban: 2
Antrim: Clifton: 4
Antrim: Clifton, Belfast Urban No. 2: 1
Antrim: Court: 1
Antrim: Cranfield: 2
Antrim: Cromac: 1
Antrim: Dock Ward: 4
Antrim: Dock Ward (Belfast Clifton): 1
Antrim: Duncairn: 2
Antrim: Duncairn Ward: 6
Antrim: Falls: 2
Antrim: Falls (Belfast): 3
Antrim: Galgorm: 4
Antrim: Glenarm: 4
Antrim: Kells: 1
Antrim: Longmore: 1
Antrim: Portrush Town: 1
Antrim: Randalstown: 1
Antrim: Rashee: 1
Antrim: Shankill: 1
Antrim: Sharvogues: 2
Antrim: Slemish: 1
Antrim: Smithfield: 10
Antrim: White Abbey: 1
Antrim: Whitehouse: 1
Antrim: Windsor Ward: 1
Antrim: Wood Vale Ward: 2
Antrim: Woodvale: 1
Armagh: Armagh North Urban: 2
Armagh: Armagh South Urban: 1
Armagh: Ballyaros: 1
Armagh: Cornakinnegar: 2
Armagh: Kernan: 1
Armagh: Lurgan Urban: 7
Armagh: Portadown Rural: 1
Armagh: Portadown Urban: 4
Donegal: Cloghard: 1
Donegal: Clonleigh South: 1
Donegal: Dunglow: 1
Donegal: Gleneely: 1
Donegal: Grousehall: 2
Down: Artanagh: 1
Down: Crossgar: 1
Down: Donacloney: 1
Down: Dromara: 1
Down: Dromore Urban: 2
Down: Dunmore: 1
Down: Gilford Town: 1
Down: Ormeau: 1
Down: Pottinger (part of): 4
Down: Rossconor: 1
Down: Tullylish: 2
Down: Victoria (part of): 2
Down: Waringstown: 3
Dublin: North Dock: 1
Londonderry: Iniscarn: 1
Londonderry: Lissan Upper: 2
Londonderry: Tobermore: 2
Monaghan: Caddagh: 1
Monaghan: Shanmullagh: 1
Monaghan: Tedavnet: 1
Tyrone: Aghintain: 1
Tyrone: Athenree: 4
Tyrone: Ballygawley: 14
Tyrone: Ballynasollus: 2
Tyrone: Beaghmore: 2
Tyrone: Benburb: 1
Tyrone: Beragh: 7
Tyrone: Brantry: 1
Tyrone: Camderry: 1
Tyrone: Camowen: 3
Tyrone: Carrickmore: 2
Tyrone: Castlederg: 1
Tyrone: Cecil: 2
Tyrone: Clonavaddy: 3
Tyrone: Cookstown Urban: 1
Tyrone: Corgary: 7
Tyrone: Crockanboy: 6
Tyrone: Crossdernot: 1
Tyrone: Dervaghroy: 4
Tyrone: Donaghmore: 6
Tyrone: Draughton: 3
Tyrone: Dromore: 1
Tyrone: Drumaspil: 1
Tyrone: Drumnakilly: 2
Tyrone: Dungannon: 3
Tyrone: Errigal: 2
Tyrone: Fallagh: 2
Tyrone: Foremass: 8
Tyrone: Glenlark: 25
Tyrone: Gortin: 4
Tyrone: Kilfaddy: 1
Tyrone: Killen: 1
Tyrone: Killeter: 7
Tyrone: Killyclogher: 5
Tyrone: Lislea: 3
Tyrone: Lissan: 1
Tyrone: Loughash: 1
Tyrone: Loughmuck: 3
Tyrone: Magheranageenagh: 2
Tyrone: Mount Hamilton: 1
Tyrone: Mountfield: 3
Tyrone: Mountjoy Forest East: 1
Tyrone: Mountjoy Forest West: 1
Tyrone: Moy: 1
Tyrone: Moyle: 1
Tyrone: Mullagharn: 2
Tyrone: Mullaghslin: 1
Tyrone: Omagh Urban: 15
Tyrone: Plumb Bridge: 1
Tyrone: Six Mile Cross: 2
Tyrone: Strabane East,Urban: 2
Tyrone: Trinamadan: 1
Tyrone: Tullyvar: 1
Tyrone: Urney, East: 1

Click on the red marker on the map below for a link to the full 1911 census entry.

For background on how the map was made (and its flaws), see the relevant blog entry.

Surname Dictionary

Crory fairly rare: Down. Ir. Mac Ruairí. (SGA). See Mac Rory.
Mac Ruaidhrí Mac Rory, Rodgers: líonmhar: Tír Eoghain-Tír Chonaill-Doire & rl. Seo clann a d'áitigh na dúichí Teallach Ainbhith & Muintir Birn i dTír Eoghain; craobh díobh mar airchinnigh ag Baile na Scríne, Doire. Chomh maith leis sin, tháinig dream gallóglach ó Albain sa 14 céad. Deineadh Rodgers d'a lán díobh. Brí: rí rua. Litriú nua: Mac Ruairí.
Mac Ruairi Very rare: Donegal. Ir.Lang. See Mac Rory.
MacCroary rare: Antrim etc. See Mac Rory.
MacCrory numerous: Ulster generally etc. Ir. Mac Ruaidhrí (great king). See Mac Rory.
MacGroary fairly rare: Donegal. See Mac Grory.
MacGrory numerous: Donegal-Fermanagh-Derry-Monaghan etc. Ir. Mag Ruaidhrí, from first name Ruaidhrí, red king. A noted Ulster family said to be descended from the Three Collas. Often changed to Rodgers, q.v.
MacRory fairly numerous: N W Ulster and extending to Antrim-Down. Ir. Mac Ruaidhrí, red king. The name, once widespread, has been changed to Rodgers. Also occuring as Macrory and Mac Crory, q.v.
Mag Ruaidhrí Mac Grory: líonmhar: Tír Chonaill-Doire-Fear Manach-Muineachán. Ar aon dul le Mac Ruairí, ar ndó.
Rodgers Very numerous: mainly Ulster, also Munster. Ir. Mac Ruaidhrí. Ruaidhrí was a popular first name in mediaeval times: meaning "red king". The English name Rodgers appeared in 17 cent and has superceded the native one but see Mac Rory.
Rogers numerous: all areas, least in Munster. Ir. Mac Ruaidhrí. See Rodgers.
 

Variants in 1911, with total occurences

Crory: 5
MacCroary: 1
MacRory: 12
Magroary: 1
Magrory: 3
McCroary: 11
McCrorey: 6
McCrorry: 2
McCrory: 119
McCrury: 2
McGroary: 15
McGrorey: 5
McGrory: 56
McRory: 18
Rodgers: 284
Rogers: 365

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