Kerr

The name Kerr in Ireland is usually of immigrant origin having been brought to the country by settlers who arrived into Ulster especially during the seventeenth century. Some members of the native Gaelic Mac Fheardhaigh Sept may have adopted Kerr as the anglicized form of their name instead of the more usual Carr or Carry.

Origen: Escocés, Irlandés. Encontrados primero en Connacht donde en 1095, los anales de Loch Cé registran la muerte de Muirchertach Ua Cairre, "Steward of Cenél Aengusa y el heredero real de Oilech".

Variantes: Kerr, Car, Carr, Ker, Cearr (Gaelic), O'Carr, O'Carry, MacCarry, Kerrane, y otros.

Motto: Late but in earnest (Escocés).

 

David Kerr & Sarah Baird ( modificado el 20.03.2017 )