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Achmuty (Longford), Adams (Cavan), Agar (Kilkenny), Aherne or O’Heron, Aland, Alcock (temp. Charles II), Aldwell (Tipperary), Alexander (Earl of Caledon), Alleet (1659), Allen (Cavan), Allen, Alley, Alverston (Dunmore), Ambrose (Dublin), Amory (Bunratty Castle), Ancketill (Monaghan), Anderson (Waterford), Annesley (Kildare), Archbold (Dublin), Archdale (Castle Archdall), Archdekin (Cork), Armstrong (Ballycumber), Armstrong Arthur (Cork), Arundell Ashborne Ashe (Meath), Aston (1647), Athy (Galway), Atkins (Cork), Atkinson (Mayo), Auchinleck (Tyrone), Audouin (Wicklow), Aungier (Earl of Longford), Aylmer (Kildare), Aylward (Kilkenny)

Bacon (Bevereham), Bacon (Londonderry), Bagnall (Down), Bagot (Dublin), Bagwell (Tipperary), Baillie (Armagh), Baird (Tyrone), Baker (Tipperary), Balfour (Lord Balfour), Ball Barcroft (Armagh), Bare, Barkey (Dublin), Barlow (Dublin), Barnewell Barrett (Castle Barrett), Barrett Barrington (Dublin), Barron (Waterford), Barrow Barry (Viscount Buttevant), Barton (Tipperary), Bath (Athcarne Castle), Batt (Wexford and Down), Battersby (Cavan), Beaghan (Antrim), Beamish (Cork), Beasley (Dublin), Beauman (Wexford and Kildare), Beaumont (Viscount Beaumont), Becher (Cork), Becket, Begg (Dublin), Beirne or O’Beirne (Connaught), Bell (Fermanagh), Bellew, Bellingham (Castle-Bellingham), Bennett (Dublin), Benningham, Bennis (Dublin), Benson (Dublin), Beresford (Marquess of Waterford), Bermingham (Meath), Bernard (Earl of Bandon), Berry (Westmeath), Best (Kilkenny), Betagh, Betham (Ulster King of Arms), Bevens (Dublin), Bevereham, Beverley (Byshoppe), Beverley (Dublin), Bice (Sheriff of Dublin), Biggar, Billington (Dublin), Bindon (Clare), Bingham (Earl of Lucan), Birch (Kilkenny), Bisse (1637), Black, Blacker (Armagh), Bladen, Blake (Galway and Mayo), Blakeney (Galway), Blanchfield (Blanchfieldstown), Bland (Blandsfort), Blennerhasset (Kerry), Bligh (Earl of Darnley), Blond, Blood, Bloomfield (Lord Bloomfield), Blosse (Mayo), Blunden (Castle Blunden), Bodkin (Galway), Boland or O’Boland, Bolton (Meath), Bomford (Meath), Bond (Longford), Bonnell (1691), Booth (Sligo), Borrowes (Kildare), Bosvile, Boulter (Bishop of Bristol), Bourke (Viscount Bourke), Bowen (Queen’s co), Bowes (Lord Bowes), Bownder (Limerick), Bowyer, Boyd (Westmeath), Boyle (Earl of Cork), Boyse, Boyton (Tipperary), Brabazon (Earl of Meath), Brackenridge (Tyrone), Bradley (1608), Bradshaw (Down), Bradstreet (Kildare), Brady or MacBrady, Brasier (Londonderry), Breen (Kerry), Brenan (Kilkenny), Brennan or O’Brennan (Ossory), Brenon (Connaught), Brett, Brewster (temp. Charles II), Brice (Sir Hugh Brice, Knight), Brien or Bryne, Brien or O’Brien (Thomond), Bright, Brigid, Broder or O’Broder, Bulfin (Dublin), Bulkeley, Bull, Bunbury (Carlow), Burke (Viscount Galway), Burke or Bourke, Butler (temp. Henry II), Butt (Limerick), Byrne or O’Byrne, Byshoppe (Dublin)

Cahane (Close), Cahane, Cahill or O’Cahill, Caldwell (Meath), Callaghan (Cork), Callan or Calane, Callander, Campbell (Carrick-Buoy, Donegal), Candler (Kilkenny), Cantelow, Cantillon (Kerry), Canton, Cantwell, Carden (Tipperary), Cardiffe, Carew (Baron Carew, Wexford), Carleton (Tipperary and Cork), Carmichael (Cork), Carney (Killmallock, co. Cork), Carpendale (Armagh), Carpenter (1646), Carr (Aghadoe), Carroll (Wicklow), Carter (Meath), Carthew (Dublin), Cary (Donegal), Casement (Antrim), Casey (Raheny, co. Dublin), Casey or O’Casey, Cashine (Queens County), Cassan (Sheffield, Queens Co), Cassidy (Londonderry), Castell (Dublin 1647), Caulfield (Tyrone, and Roscommon ), Cavanagh, Cinsallagh (Wexford), Clancy (Monaghan), Clark (Londonderry), Clarke (1648), Clarke (Armagh), Clary or O’Clary, Clements (Cavan), Clements (Earl of Leitrim), Cliffe (Wexford), Close (Drumbanagher), Coakley (Cusack), Coakley (Wexford), Coates (Eastwood, co. Down), Cobbe (Dublin), Codd (Wexford), Coddington (Dublin), Coey (Mayor of Belfast), Coffey or O’Coffey (Cork), Cogan (Wicklow), Coghill (1686), Colclough (1542), Cole (Earl of Enniskillen), Coles (1647), Colgan or MacColgan, Colley (Kildare), Collin (Wexford), Collins or O”Cullane, Collis (Cork), Collis, Collvile, Colthurst (Ardrum, co. Cork), Comerford (Kilkenny), Concannon or O’Concannon, Connell or O’Connell (Kerry), Connor or O’Connor (Corcomroe), Connor or O’Connor (Don), Connor or O’Connor (Kerry), Connor or O’Connor (Sligo), Conolly or Neely (Kildare), Conroy (or O’Mulconry), Conry or O’Conry, Cooche (1603, Knighted at Dublin Castle), Cooke (Kildare), Cooke (Kilkenny), Cooley, Cooper (Dublin), Cooper (Tipperary), Coote (Earl of Mountrath), Cope (Armagh), Copeland (Meath), Coppinger (Ballyvolane and Barryscourt, Cork), Corcoran (or Corcor), Corker (Dublin), Cormick, Corneille (Meath), Cornwallis, Cornyn or O’Cornyn, Corre, Corrigan (Dublin), Corry (Carlow), Corry (Earl of Belmore), Cory, Cosby (Queens County), Cosgrove Cosker (Lord Deputy of Ireland), Costello or MacCostello (Mayo), Cotter (Rockforest, co. Cork), Cotter or MacCotter, Cotton (Tipperary), Cox (Cork), Cox (Limerick), Coyle Coyne (1663), Cramer, Craney (Queens County), Craven (Louth), Creagh, Crean or O’Crean (Mayo and Sligo), Crelie (Down), Crichton (Earl of Erne), Cromie (Kildare), Crommelin (Antrim), Crosbie (Maryborough, Queens County), Crosroe, Crosthwaite (Dublin), Crothers (Surgeon of the Tyrone Militia), Crotty, Crouley or Crowley, Crowe (or MacEnchroe-Clare), Cuffe (Kilkenny), Cullen or O’Cullen (Leinster), Curley, Currie, Curtis (Tipperary), Cusack (Meath)

Dalton (Count Dalton), Dalway (Antrim), Daly (Galway), Damory, Dance (Dublin), Dane or O’Dane, Daniell (Westmeath), Darcy (Westmeath), Dare (Wexford), Darley (Dublin), Daunt (Cork), Davie (Kilkenny), Davis ( temp. Charles II), Davoren or O’Daveron Dawdall (Louth), Dawson (Castle Dawson), Dawson (Tipperary), Day (Cork), De La Poer (Waterford), De Paradis (Youghal, Cork), De Vere (Limerick), Dea or O’Dea Dean (Galway), Deane (Wexford), Dease (Westmeath), Deasy, Delahyde (Meath), Delamain, Delany or Delaney, Delap (Donegal), Dellatre, Delmege (Limerick), Dempsey Dennis (Lord Tracton), Denny or Dennehy, Derham, Desmond, Despard (Tipperary), Devenish (Dublin), Devereux (Wexford), Devine or O’Duana, Devlin (Donegal), Dexter, Dick (Antrim and Derry), Dickson (Limerick), Digby (Dublin), Dillon (Earl of Roscommon), Dillon, Dinneen (or O’Dinneen), Disney (Armagh), Dixon (1646), Dobbin (Armagh), Dobbs, Dobbyn (Waterford), Dockerell (Dublin, Town Councillor), Dodd (or Dod), Dodson (Bishop of Elphin), Dodwell (Dublin), Doherty or O’Doherty, Dolier (Dublin), Dolling (Down), Dolphin (Galway), Domville (Dublin), Donagan or Donegan, Donahue or Dunphy or O’Donoghue, Donaldson (Dublin), Dongan, Donlevy or MacDonlevy, Donnell or O’Donnell (Mayo), Donnellan (or O’Donnellan), Donnellan, Donnelly (Tyrone), Donovan or O’Donovan (Cork), Donovan or O’Donovan, Doolan, Dooley or O’Dooley, Doran (Wexford), Doran or O’Doran Dowdall (Dublin), Dowde (Sligo), Dowling (Kilkenny), Downs, Doyle (Wicklow), Doyne (Wexford), Drake (Wexford), Drake, Drew (Limerick), Driscoll or O’Driscoll (Cork), Dromgoule (1614), Drought (Wicklow), Druitt Drysdale (Archdeacon of Ossory), Duffe (Mayor of Dublin), Duffield, Duggan or O’Duggan Duine (Dublin), Dunbar (Ulster), Dungan (Dublin), Dunn or O’Dunn, Dunne, Dunscombe (Cork), Dwyer or O’Dwyer

Eagar (or Eager,Kerry), Eastwood (Louth), Echingham (Wexford), Echlin (Kildare), Edge (Queen’s co), Edgeworth (Longford), Edwards (Wicklow), Egan or MacEgan (Tipperary), Egerton (Dublin), Eglenton Elliott (Mayor and Alderman of Dublin), Ellis, Elrington, Elwood (Mayo), Emerson (Dublin), Enery (Cavan), English (Dublin), Eniry or MacInery, Ennis (Westmeath), Erskine (Wicklow), Esmonde (Baron of Limerick), Eustace (Lord Portlester), Evans (Lord Carbery), Everard (Meath), Ewers, Ewing (Dumbarton), Eyre (Galway)

Fagan (Meath), Fahy or O’Fahy, Fair (Mayo), Fallkiner (Cork), Fallon (Roscommon, Galway), Fallon or O’Fallon (Roscommon), Falls (Dublin), Fane or Vane (Viscount Vane), Fanning (Tipperary), Farley or Farrelly, Farrell (Princess of Annaly), Farrell or O’Farrell (Galway), Farrell or O’Farrell, Faulkner or Falkiner (Carlow), Fay (Cavan), Fearon or MacFerrin, Feney or Feeney, Fenton (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Fergus or Ferris (Mayo), Ferrer, Fetherstonhaugh (Westmeath), Field (Dublin), Finn or Maginn, Finnegan or O’Finnegan, Fitzgerald (Duke of Leinster), Fitzgerald (Earl of Desmond), Fitzgibbon (Earl of Clare), Fitzhenry (Carlow), Fitzherbert (Monaghan), Fitzmaurice (Kerry), Fitzpatrick (Lord Upper Ossory), Fitzsymon (Dublin), Flaherty or O’Flaherty, Flanagan or O’Flanagan, Flattery or O’Flattery, Fletcher (Westmeath), Fleury, Flood (Kilkenny), Flower (Viscount Ashbrook), Flynn or O’Flynn, Fogarty or O’Fogarty, Foley (Dublin), Folliott (Sligo), Fonte (Galway), Foord, Forbes (Earl of Granard), Forde (1604), Forstall (Kilkenny), Forster (Dublin), Fortick (Dublin), Fosbery (Limerick), Foster (Louth), Fowke (Louth), Fowkes (Dublin), Fownes (Kilkenny), Fox (Tipperary), Foxall (1649), Franklin (Limerick), Franks (Cork), Freeman (Waterford), French (Baron De Freyne), Friel or O’Friel, Fryer (Clare), Fuller (Kerry), Fullerton (Antrim), Fulton (Antrim)

Gaffney (or Caulfield), Gage (Viscount Gage), Gahan or Gavan, Galbraith (Donegal), Gallagher or O’Gallagher (Donegal), Galway, Gara or O’Gara, Gardiner (Dublin), Garrett (Carlow), Garry or MacGarry or O’Hare, Garvan or Garvin, Garvey or O’Garvey (Down), Gaynor (Meath and Longford), Geale, Geary, Gentleman, Geoghegan (Moycashell co. Westmeath), Geoghegan or MacGuigan, Geraghty or Macgeraghty, Gervais (Tyrone), Gethin (Cork and Sligo), Gibbings (Cork), Gibbons (Athlone), Gibbs (Cork), Gibney or O’Gibney, Gilbert (Queen’s co), Gilfoyle or MacGilfoyle, Gillicuddy or MacGillicuddy, Gilligan or MacGilligan, Gillman (Cork), Gilmartin, Gilroy or McElroy, Ginkell (Earl of Athlone), Gisborne, Glascott (Wexford), Glennon (Mayo), Godfrey (Kerry), Godley (Leitrim), Goff (Wexford), Going (Tipperary), Goodwin (1698), Goodwing (Dublin), Goold (Cork), Gore (Donegal), Gorman or O’Gorman, Gormley or O’Gormley, Gough, Gould, Goulding, Gower, Grace (Barons of Courtstown), Gradwell (Meath), Grady or O’Grady, Graham (Fermanagh), Grainger (Waterford), Grant (Down), Grattan (Fermanagh), Grave, Graves (Baron Graves), Gravett (Antrim), Greene (Kilmanahan Castle), Greer (Tyrone), Gregory, Grehan, Grey or Gray, Griffin (Wicklow), Griffith (Londonderry), Grogan (Wexford), Grove (Donegal), Grumley, Grymes (knighted at Dublin Castle), Guiness or McGenis, Guinness (Dublin), Gun (Tipperary)

Hackett (Tipperary), Haffey (Armagh), Hagan or O’Hagan, Haire (Fermanagh), Haliday (Antrim), Hall (Down), Halloran or O’Halloran, Haltridge (Down), Haly (Cork), Hambley, Hamill, Hamilton (Earl of Clanbrassil), Handcock (Westmeath), Hanecroft (1646), Hanger, Hanley or O’Hanley, Hanlon or O’Hanlon, Hanney or O’Hanna, Hanraghan or O’Hanraghan, Hanratty or Hanraghty (Monaghan), Hansard (Donegal), Hara or O’Hara (Sligo), Harding, Hardinge (Dublin), Hardy (Dublin), Hare or O’Hare (MacGarry), Harrison, Harrold (Limerick), Hart or O’Hart, Hartigan or O’Hartagan, Harvey (Wexford), Haslam, Haslett (Londonderry), Hassard (Fermanagh), Hatch (Louth), Hatfield (Lord Mayor of Dublin), Hatton (Wexford), Haugh or Hough, Hawkins (Wexford), Hay (Wexford), Hayes or O’Hea (Donegal), Healey Heatley (Waterford), Heaton (King’s co.), Hefferman or Heffernan, Hegarty or O’Hegarty, Helsham (Kilkenny), Hemphill (Tipperary), Hendrick (Dublin), Henn (Clare), Hennessy or O’Hennessy, Henry (Galway), Hepenstal (Longford), Herbert (Cork), Heron or O’Heron, Hervey (Wexford), Hethrington, Heward (1617), Heweston (Kilkenny), Hewitt (Viscount Lifford), Heyland (Derry and Antrim), Heyne or O’Heyne, Hickey or O’Hickey, Higgin or O’Higgin, Hoey (Wicklow), Hogan (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Horan or O’Horan, Hugh or MacHugh, Hughes (Wexford), Hunt, Hurly or Herlihy (Kerry), Hussey or O’Hoey (Meath), Hyde (Cork)

Ireton, Irvine (Fermanagh)

Jackson (Mayo), Jalabert (Dublin), James (Lord Mayor of Dublin,), Jameson (Galway), Janns or Janes, Jeffcott, Jervis (Wexford), Jessop (Longford), Jocelyn (Earl of Roden), Johnson (Cork), Johnston (Down), Jones (Drogheda), Joyce (Galway), Joyner (1607), Joynt (Mayo), Judge (Meath)

Kavanagh (Carlow), Keane (Waterford), Keane or O’Cahan (Londonderry), Kearney (Kilkenny), Keating (Wexford), Keeffe or O’Keeffe, Keenan or Kinahan, Keevan or O’Keevan, Kellett (Cork), Kelly or O’Kelly, Kenna or Mackenna (Monaghan), Kennedy (Londonderry), Kennedy or O’Kennedy, Kenney (Galway), Keogh (Carlow), Keown or MacKeown, Ker (Down), Kerrigan, Keyes (Donegal), Kieran or O’Kieran, Kiernan, Kighley, Killikelly (Galway), Kinane or O’Kinane, Kinch, Kindahl (Dublin), Kindelan (Meath), Kinealy or O’Kinealy (Limerick), King (Earl of Kingston), Kingdon, Kinghan (Antrim), Kingsbury, Kingsmill (Galway), Kingston (Longford), Kinley or McKinley, Kinneally or O’Kinnealy, Kirby, Kirkhoven (Earl of Bellomont), Kirkwood (Roscommon), Kirwan or O’Kirwan Knight (Leitrim), Knox (Earl of Ranfurly), Kramer Kyan (Wicklow), Kyle (Cork)

La Touche (Kildare), Lacy or De Lacy (Limerick), Lally or Mullally (Galway), Lalor (Tipperary), Lamb (Wicklow), Lambert (Castle Lambert), Lamphier (Tipperary), Lane (Roscommon), Langan or O’Langan, Langford (Londonderry), Langley (Tipperary), Langrishe (Kilkenny), Langton (Kilkenny), Lattin (1763), Lawder (Leitrim), Lawless, Lawrence (Galway), Le Strange, Leader (Cork), Leahy (Cork), Leary or O’Leary, Lecky (Down and Derry), Lee or O’Lee (Kerry), Leech (Cork), Lees (Blackrock, co. Dublin), Leeson (Earl of Milltown), Lefroy (Longford), Legg, Leigh (Kilbride), Lendrum (Fermanagh), Lenigan or Lanigan (Tipperary), Lenihan (Limerick), Lennon (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Lentaigne (Dublin), Leslie (Monaghan), Levinge (Westmeath), Lewin (Mayo), Lewis (Monaghan), Lighton (Dublin), Lincolne (Dublin), Lindsey (Mayo), Litton (Tyrone), Locke (Kildare), Loftus (Viscount Lisburne), Lonergan or O’Lonergan, Longe (Wexford), Longfield (Meath), Lord (Cork), Loughlin or O’Loughlin, Low (Limerick), Lowry or Lavery (Carlisle), Lucas (Monaghan), Luker (Tipperary), Luscombe (Dublin), Luttrell (Luttrellstown), Lynch (Galway), Lyndon (Antrim), Lyons (Belfast), Lysaght or MacLysaght, Lyster (Roscommon)

Madden or O’Madden, Madock (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Magan (Westmeath), Magill (Down), Maginn or O’Fynn, Maher (Wexford), Mahon (Galway), Mahony or O’Mahony, Major (Wicklow), Malley or O’Malley (Mayo), Malone or O’Malone (Westmeath), Malpas (Dublin), Manders (Dublin), Mangan, Manley, Mann (Tyrone), Mansfield (Waterford), Margetson (Dublin and Armagh), Markham (1644), Marlay (Westmeath), Marrow (1656), Marsh (Queen’s co.), Marshall (Cork), Martin (Galway), Mason, Massam, Massy (1648), Mather (Armagh), Matthew, Maturin, Maude or Maude, Maule, Maunsell (Limerick), Maxwell (Lord Farnham), May (Waterford), Maynard (Longford), Meade (Cork), Meagher or O’Meagher (Tipperary), Meara or O’Meara (Tipperary), Meecham or Meacham (Westmeath), Meehan or O’Meighan, Meldon or Muldoon, Mellor (1684), Meredith (Sligo), Merry (Waterford), Meyler (Wexford), Middleton (granted by Carney), Mill (Dublin), Miller (Clare), Millerd (Cork), Milley (Carlow), Milward (Wexford), Minchin (Tipperary), Minnitt (Tipperary), Mitchell (Cork), Molony or O’Mullowney, Monaghan or O’Monaghan, Montgomery (Donegal), Moore or O’More (Kildare), Moran or O’Moran (Leinster), Moran or O’Moran (Leitrim), Morgan (1680), Moriarty or Murtaugh, Morley, Moroney or O’Moroney, Morris (Wexford), Morrison (King’s co), Morrissey, Morrogh (Limerick), Mulholland (Down), Mullan or O’Mullan, Mulledy (Meath), Mulligan or O’Mulligan, Mullins (Kerry), Mulloy or O’Molloy, Mulock (King’s co), Mulroney or Rooney, Mulvaney or Mulvany, Mulvey, Mulvihill or O’Mulvihill, Murphy or O’Morchoe (Wexford), Murray (Donegal), Muschamp (Cork), Myers (Dublin), MacAdam (Clare), MacAlpine (temp. James I), MaCartney (Belfast), MacAuliffe, MacAwley or Magawley, MacCabe, MacCann or MacCan (Armagh), MacCartan or MacCartain, MacCarthy (Earl of Clancarty), MacCarthy MacCausland (Londonderry), MacClelland MacClintock (Baron Rathdonnell), MacCloskie or McCloskey MacCoghlan (1629), MacCormick or McCormick, MacCurtin or McCurten, MacDermot or MacDermott (Roscommon), MacDonnell (Connaught), MacDonnell (of the Glens), MacDonogh (Sligo), MacDowell (Reg. Ulster’s Office), MacEvoy (Meath), MacGeough (Armagh), MacGillikelly, MacGowan or McGouan, MacGuire or Maguire (Fermanagh), MacInerney, MacKenny (Dublin), Mackesy (Kilkenny), Mackey (Dublin), MacKinley or Kenley, MacLaughlin (Reg. Ulster’s Office), MacMahon (Oriel), MacMahon (Thomond), MacManus (Fermanagh), MacMaster or Masterson, MacMillan, MacMurray (Limerick), MacMurrogh (Carlow and Wexford), MacNaghten (Antrim and Armagh), MacNally, MacNamara (Clare), MacNeil (Reg. Ulster’s Office), MacNeill (Dublin), MacNevins, MacNulty, MacQuay (Dublin), MacQuillan, MacRanell or Reynolds (Leitrim), MacRath (Mayo), MacRery or MacRory, MacShanly (Roscommon), MacSheehy or Sheehy, MacSweeney (Duagh, co. Donegal), MacSweeney or Sweeney (Donegal), MacTiernan or Tiernan, MacVais, MacVeagh or MacFingah (Armagh)

Nagle (Cork), Naish or Nash (Limerick), Naper or Napier (1676), Nearn (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Needham (Earl of Kilmorey), Neill or O’Neill (Antrim), Neill or O’Neill (Down), Neill or O’Neill (Upper Clanboys), Nettles (Cork and Waterford), Neville (Kilkenny), Newcombe (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Newcomen (Dublin), Newman (1651), Newport (Kilkenny), Newsam (1647), Newton (Carlow), Neylan or O’Neylan, Nicholson (Londonderry), Nickson (Wicklow), Nihell or Neil, Nixon (Fermanagh), Noble (Meath), Nolan (Galway), Norman (Louth), Norreys or Norris, Nugent (Earl of Westmeath), Nunne or O’Noone

O’Naghten, Odell (Waterford), Ogilby (Londonderry), Oglethorpe (Knight-1608), Oliver (Limerick), Orme (Mayo), Ormsby (Mayo), Orpen (Kerry), Orr (Belfast), Osborne (Tipperary), Otway (Tipperary), Owens (Antrim)

Pack (Dean of Ossory), Paisley (KIldare), Pakenham (Earl of Longford), Palles (Cavan), Palmer (King’s co), Panting (1600), Paradis (Huguenot settlers), Parke (Sligo and Leitrim), Parnell (Sir Henry), Parsons (Viscount and Earl of Rosse), Pate (1643), Paul (Carlow), Pearse (Tipperary), Peer (Cork), Pendleton (Louth), Pendred (Carlow and Wicklow), Penn (Cork), Pennefather (Tipperary), Penrose (Mayor of Cork), Penteny (Meath and Louth), Peppard (Limerick), Pepper (Meath), Perceval (Earl of Egmont), Percy (King’s co), Perkins (Donegal), Perrier (Cork), Pery (Earl of Limerick), Peters (1704), Pettit (Meath), Phelan or O’Phelan, Piers (Westmeath), Pigot (Baron Pigot), Pike (Mayo), Pitt (Earl of Londonderry), Plomer, Plunkett (Earl of Fingall), Podmore (1683), Pollard (Westmeath), Pomeroy (Viscount Harberton), Ponsonby (Earl of Bessborough), Poole (Knighted at Dublin Castle, 1603), Pooler (Armagh), Pooly (Dublin, 1599), Porter (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Powell (Cork), Power (Galway), Poyntz (Armagh), Pratt (Cork), Prendergast (Tipperary), Preston (Viscount Gormanston), Price (1686), Pringle (Tyrone), Prior (granted by Betham, Ulster), Prittie (Tipperary), Proby (Earl of Carysfort), Proudfoot (Meath), Purcell (Baron of Loughmoe), Purdon (Clare), Purefoy (Tipperary), Puxley (Cork), Pyne (Lord Chief Justice of Ireland)

Quelch (Reg. Ulsters Office), Quigley (Donegal), Quinan (Dublin), Quinlan (or O’Quinlevan), Quinn or O’Quin (Thomond)

Rafferty or O’Rafferty, Ralphson (1674), Ram (Wexford), Ramsden (Kerry), Raughter (Kilkenny), Rawdon (Earl of Moira), Rawlins, Rawlyn (1658), Rawson (Limerick and Wicklow), Raynford (1690), Read (Down), Reader (1665), Reardon or O’Riordan (Cork), Redington (Galway), Redmond or Redman (Wexford), Reeves (Clare), Regan or O’Regan, Reid (Down), Reilly or O’Reilly (Queen’s co), Reynell (Westmeath), Riall (Dublin), Ribton (Dublin), Rice (Kerry), Rich (1647), Richards (1626), Richardson (Tyrone), Riley (Cavan), Ring or O’Ring, Riversdale (Cork), Roberts (Cork), Robinson (Louth), Robison (Dublin), Roche (Viscount Fermoy), Rochfort (Meath), Rock (Dublin), Rodon or O’Rodden (Westmeath), Roe (Dublin), Rogers (Cork), Ronan (Limerick), Ronayne (Waterford), Roney or O’Rooney, Roper (Viscount Baltinglass), Rosborough (Fermanagh), Rose (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Ross (1681), Rossiter (Wexford), Rothe (Kilkenny), Rotheram (Knighted at Drogheda ), Rourke or O’Rourke, Rowan (Antrim), Rowe (Knighted at Dublin Castle), Rowley (Baron Langford), Royse (Limerick), Rush or O’Rush, Russell (1619), Ruswell Ruttledge (Mayo), Ruxton (Louth), Ryan or O’Mulrian, Ryder

Sadleir (Tipperary), Salle (Tipperary), Salmon, Samuels (Dublin and Cork), Sanders (Cork), Sanderson (Cavan), Sandford (Baron Mount-Sandford), Sands (Kildare), Sarsfield (Viscount Kilmallock), Saunders (Wexford), Saurin (Attorney-General for Ireland), Savage (Down), Scanlan or O’Scanlan, Scott (Earl of Cromwell), Segrave (Meath), Seward (Cork), Sexton (1631), Seymour (Limerick), Shane (Knighted in Christ’s Church), Shanly (Leitrim), Shannon, Sharkey (Dublin), Sharpe, Shaughnessy or O’Shaughnessy, Shaw (Tyrone), Shea or O’Shea or Shee (Kerry), Sheaffe (Clare), Shearman (Kilkenny), Sheehan or O’Sheehan, Sheil or O’Sheil or Sheill, Sheilds (Meath), Sheridan or O’Sheridan, Sherland (Down), Sherlock (Kildare and Waterford), Shore (Baron Teignmouth), Shortall (Dublin and Kilkenny), Siborne (Dublin), Singleton (Meath), Sisson or Sison, Slacke (Down), Slade Slator (Meath), Slattery or O’Slattery, Sloane, Somerville (Cork), Sommer (Dublin), Southwell (Viscount Southwell), Stafford (Wexford), Sullivan (Sullivan-Beare), Sullivan or O’Sullivan, Sutton (Wexford), Swift, Sydney (Knighted by Sir George Cary), Sylver (Cork), Synge (King’s co), Synnott (Meath)

Taaffe (Louth and Sligo), Tabuteau (Tullamore), Tait (Limerick), Talbot (Dublin 1610), Talbot (Earl of Shrewsbury), Tallis (1644), Tanner (Bishop of Derry), Tarpey (Dublin), Tate (Drogheda), Taylor (Meath), Taylour (Marquess of Headfort), Tichborne (Baron Ferrard), Tickell (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Tierney or O’Tierney, Tilson (1697 Dublin), Tipping (Louth), Tisdall (Meath), Tobin (Tipperary), Tod (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Tonson (Cork), Toole or O’Toole (Kildare), Toomey or ‘Towmey Tottenham (Wexford), Touchet (Earl of Castlehaven), Towers (Meath), Townsend (Cork), Trant (Queen’s co), Travers (1647), Trayle or Traill (Antrim), Trehy or Troy, Trench (Earl of Clancarty), Trotter (Galway), Trydell (Cork), Tucker (Dublin), Tuite Tully (MacAtilla), Turell (Wicklow), Turner (Dublin), Turnour (Earl Winterton), Tyler (Derry), Tynte (Leitrim), Tyrrell (Westmeath), Tyrry (Cork)

Underwood (Duchess of Inverness), Uniacke (confirmed by Betham, Ulster), Upton (Louth), Usher (Waterford)

Vance (Tyrone), Vandeleur (Clare), Vane (Viscount Vane), Vaughan (Earl of Lisburne), Venables or Venable, Verner (Armagh), Vernon (Dublin), Vesey (Viscount De Vesci), Vian (1597), Vigors (Carlow), Villiers (Earl of Grandison), Vyne (Reg)

Waddy (Wexford), Wade or Waide, Wadge (Dublin), Wakefield (Dublin), Wakeman or Wakman, Walker (Drogheda), Wall (Carlow), Waller (Tipperary), Wallis (Dublin), Walpole (Westmeath), Walsh (Kilkenny), Walsh (Westmeath), Warburton (King’s co), Ward (1656), Ward (Dublin), Ware (1645), Waring (Down), Warner (Dublin), Warren (Viscount Bulkeley), Warren (Warren’s Court, co. Cork), Warters (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Waterhouse (Knighted 1584), Waters or Watters (Limerick), Watson (Waterford), Way (Kilkenny), Webb (Sligo), Webber (Queen’s co.), Weir (Dublin), Weld (Dublin), Weldon (Kildare), Wellesley (Baron Maryborough), Wentworth (Meath; and Athone), West (Roscommon), Weston (Mayor of Dublin, 1597), Westropp (Limerick and Clare), Wettenhall (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Whalley (Armagh), Wheeler (Kilkenny), Whelan (Dublin), Whitchurch (Down), White (Waterford), White or Whyte (Kildare), Whitney (Westmeath), Whitshed or Witsed, Whitten or Whitton, Willoughby (1658), Wilson (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Wilson (Wexford), Winch (1606), Wingfield (1601), Wogan (Kildare), Wolfe (Kildare), Wolseley (Carlow), Wood (1639), Woodcock (1649), Woodhouse (Armagh), Woodlock (Dublin), Woodroffe (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Wormington (Dublin), Worrall (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Woulfe (Limerick), Wray (Antrim), Wright (Monaghan), Wybrants (Dublin), Wynne (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Wynton (Reg. Ulster’s Office), Wyse (Waterford)