Wynne



Household numbers by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Antrim:1Armagh:11Carlow:14Cavan:18
Clare:2Cork:14Cork city:2Down:1
Dublin:13Dublin city:8Fermanagh:13Galway:15
Kildare:5Kilkenny:8Laois:5Leitrim:38
Limerick:2Longford:11Louth:13Mayo:1
Meath:7Monaghan:5Offaly:13Roscommon:33
Sligo:85Tipperary:2Tyrone:2Waterford:15
Westmeath:15Wexford:1Wicklow:14

Surname Dictionary

Wynn all areas except Cork and especially Connacht and Midlands. The name is of Welsh origin (gwyn = white, fair) and represents 17 cent immigrants in Connacht. It may also stand for Ó Gaoithín & Ó Maolghaoithe which are also anglicised Geehan & Magee.

Variants in Griffith's
& total households

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Winn: 12
Winne: 11
Wynn: 50
Wynne: 387

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Win
Wyn
Wynne-Jones


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