Going households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

Householders by county in (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

Going Very rare: Wicklow etc. Ir. Mac Gabhann or French Gouin. The latter were in Tipperary at the end of 17 cent - presumably Huguenots.
Gowing fairly rare: Laois, Carlow. Ir. Mac Gabhann. The name, in the form Going, has been in Tipperary since 17 cent and a suggestion of a connection with the French Gouin, meaning blood-relative, has been made by MacLysaght. See Going.MIF & SGG.
Guin Gwynne: cuíosach annamh: Ulaidh & rl. Ón ainm Breatnach gwyn = fionn. Bhí siad in Éirinn ón 16 céad agus, mar scoláirí, dhein seirbhís mhór don náisiún sa 19 & 20 céad
Guing rare: W Meath, Wicklow. This seems to be the Huguenot Guin. See Going.

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