If it's not an anglicization of Ó Bánáin (Bannon) or Ó Gealagáin (Galligan) it is
spelled de Faoite.
No, it is not of Irish origin. It is mostly an English surname, but occassionally a Scottish surname as well.
The Irish version of the surname Burke is "de Búrca."
As far as I can tell it is not a strictly Irish surname. But it does come from the the British Isle.
Probably English or Scottish. It most certainly is not a reecognised Irish Surname
It's a Jewish surname.
No Irish form of the surname Bindon. It is an English name common in Somerset.
Yes it has an Irish source.
MacKenna is an Irish surname.
The surname Rhook is an Australian surname, but could be of Irish origin. It is a variant spelling of surname Rook, an English surname.This surname Rook is also established in Ireland, perhaps the same derivative as the English origin, or perhaps a variant of Irish surname Rock.There are many Irish surnames that has a "Rh" in their surname. For example, the common Irish surnames Rhyan, a variant spelling of Ryan, and Irish surname Rhatigan, a variant spelling of Ratigan. This could apply to the surname Rhook, a variant spelling of Rook, meaning the name could be of Irish origin.For more information about the surname Rook, see related links below.
The surname Hurley is of English and Irish origin. Hurley derived from the Irish name, O'Huirthile and is a very common surname in Ireland.