Help finding Spanish ''compound'' surnames

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I want to know if the surnames Mondragón, Irigoyen, and Zelaya were parts of "'compound'' surnames (Where Basque and Romance cultures have linguistically long coexisted, the surnames denote the father's name and the (family) house or town/village. Thus a Romance patronymic and a place-name are conjoined with the prepositional particle ''de'' ("from"+"provenance"). For example, in the name José Ignacio López de Arriortúa, the composite surname López de Arriortúa is a single surname, despite Arriortúa being the original family-name. ) like those found in Álava, since these were common in the entire area of ​​the current Basque Country (including Gipuzkoa and Bizkaia)and part of Navarre in northern Spain

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