Magin households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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

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Surname Dictionary

Ginn Quite numerous: Ulster. Ir. Mag Fhinn. See Maginn.
MacGinn numerous: Ulster generally, Louth, Longford etc. Ir. Mag Fhinn, "son of Fionn", first name meaning "fair" or "blond". Also as Maginn.
Mag Fhinn Maginn, Mac Ging: líonmhar: MacGinn i dTír Eoghain; Maginn sa Dún; Mac Ging (líon beag) i Maigh Eo & Tír Conaill. Bhíodar suite in Ó Nialláin (Ard Macha) sa 17 céad. Seans gur teifigh Ultacha an dream i Maigh Eo. MIF.
Maginn fairly numerous: Belfast-Down etc. Ir. Mac Fhinn. See Mac Ginn.
Miggin rare: Meath-Kildare.

  • Ginn

Parishes where Magin and a second surname are found together


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