Owens


Owens households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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

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Surname Dictionary

Mac Eoghain Mac Keon, Owens: líonmhar: Lár na Tíre ach go h-áirithe. I Sligeach dóibh ach tá meascadh anois le Mac Eoin. Tá cur síos cuimsitheach ar an sloinne seo ag Mac Giolla Iasachta ina leabhar "Irish Families".
Mac Eoin Quite numerous: Dublin, Galway etc. Ir.Lang. See Mac Keon, Owens.
Mac Eoin Mac Keown & rl: an-líonmhar i gCúige Uladh. Tháinig Muintir Bisset ó Albain go h-Aontroim sa 13 céad agus ghlacadar chucu an sloinne Mac Eoin; ach ós rud é go raibh Eoghan agus Eoin an-choiteann mar ainmneacha pearsanta, d'fhéadfadh an sloinne éirí in aon áit - féach an comh-ainm Sasanach, Johnson. IF & SGG.
Ó h-Eoghain Hoyne, Owens: líonmhar gach aird ach is sloinne gallda Owens de ghnáth. Muintir Hoyne, ámh, táid suite i gCill Chainnigh agus is cinnte gur den chlann sa iad.
Owens Very numerous: all areas, especially Ulster. Ir. Ó h-Eoghain, Mac Eoghain, from first name Eoghan (yew-born). This name may also be of British origin, especially from Wales. It appears to be cognate with Ir. Eoghan. IF & DBS.

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