McCorry (sometimes also Curry and Corr) comes from the Irish Mac Gothraidh – literally translated as “son of Gothraidh (or Godfrey)”. They were originally a branch of the Maguire family – mostly found around the modern County Fermanagh.
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Remember – at Your Irish Heritage we consider an “Irish Surname” to be one that belongs in your family. It may belong to an ancestor who lived in Ireland at one stage. We consider old Gaelic, Viking, Norman and planter names to be all Irish – if they fit this criteria.
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