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Recorded as MacBride, McBride, Bride, Bryde, the diminutives Bridie, Brydie, and Bridey, this is a Gaelic surname of both Irish and Scottish origins. It derives either from the pre 10th century Irish Mac giolla Brighde or the Scottish Mac gille Brighde, and translates as "The son of the follower of St Bridget", one of the early Christian saints. The personal name originally 'Brighid' is of uncertain etymology, but may mean "exalted", and was probably that given to a pagan fire goddess, albeit that many of her attributes are now associated with the historical figure of St. Brigit of Kildare (452-523). She was the founder of the first Irish convent...

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From John Wilson McBride: I am descended from Cork McBrides. My father, James Tait McBride was born 1897 in the City of Cork (Victoria Road). His father, John McBride immigrated to Cork from Scotland. A Presbyterian, he married Jessie Tait in September 1893 at Midleton Co. Cork. Jessie Tait lived at a farm called The Hermitage which still exists and has Tait descendants in residence. John and Jessie has two sons, William (my uncle Bill) and James (my father). I am currently in Cork obtaining necessary information to become Irish citizenship. My parents emigrated to England. My dad was in the Royal Airforce, stationed at RAF ran well, Lincolnshire where I was born in 1948. According to records obtained from John Faris, Pastor of Cork Trin

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