no, think its scotish but there are Irish wards due to branches of the family moveing to Ireland years back.Another Answer:It can be, Mac an Bhaird or MacWard (son of the bard) They were from Donegal and Galway. The Wards of Co. Down are English, however.
It is also known as Mac an Bhaird or MacWard as well as McWard. Yes we were from Donegal and Galway. We are of royal decent, dating all the way back to The Battle of Hastings in 1066 AD. in northern Ireland.
The Battle of Hastings was in England.
Michael Ward - Irish politician - died in 1759.
Michael Ward - Irish politician - was born in 1683.
Micky Ward goes by Irish.
he is half Irish coz his dad is Irish hope that helped :)
William R. Ward has written: 'A primer for Irish genealogical research' -- subject(s): Genealogy, Handbooks, manuals, Irish Genealogy
the irish to ward off the spirts
The Irish-American boxer Micky Ward.
because it was an Irish tradition to ward off ghosts
Ward Moore's birth name is Joseph Ward Moore.
Ward Roberts's birth name is Ward Ernest Roberts.
Ward Shrake's birth name is Ward Frederic Shrake.
Ward Swan's birth name is Ward Reynolds Swan.
Ward Edmondson's birth name is Jonathan Ward Edmondson.
Ward Hayes's birth name is Ward W. Hayes.
Ward Horton's birth name is Ward Kirby Horton.
Ward Kimball's birth name is Ward Walrath Kimball.
Ward Cornell's birth name is Ward MacLaurin Cornell.
to ward off the devil
Patricia Ward Kelly's birth name is Patricia Ward.
In the melting-pot that is America, you can be define by your ancestors background, if you had Irish ancestors or parents you would be considered Irish-American or as they shorten it in America to just Irish, Italian, polak, Russian, scotch-Irish etc
No, it is not an Irish name.
The name is not a traditional Irish name and has no historical Irish spelling.
Aaron Montgomery Ward is his full name.
Ward. Her last name is ward