Fennon Catholic marriages in Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Fainín Fanning: líonmhar: Port Lairge-Loch Garman & rl. A-Normannaigh a gaelaíodh agus a bhí lonnaithe uair éigin ag Baile an Fhainínigh (Fannngstown) i Luimneach. SI.
Fannin numerous: Waterford-Wexford, Belfast etc. Ir. Fainín. Anglo-Normans who became gaelicised and gave their name to Fanningstown, Limerick. MIF.
Fannon Quite numerous: Roscommon-Galway etc. Ir. Ó Fionnáin, fionn = fair, blond. A sept of Mayo. Also as Finan, Finane, Finnin. SGG.
Fennin rare: Athy (Kildare). See Fanning.
Ó Finghin Fennin: fíor-annamh: Cill Dara. Bhí an sloinne seo i ndeisceart Laighean de réir de Bhulbh, a thugann an bhrí: fionn + gin. I GPN, ámh, tá fíon + gin; baineann sé seo go sonrach leis an ainm Finghin a bhí i bhfeidhm ag na Súilleabhánaigh agus a théann siar go dtí an 7 céad.
 

Parishes where a Fennon and a second surname married each other.

Second surname:



RC parishes and marriages

This list shows total Fennon Roman Catholic marriages by county and parish.
Click on the parish to go to the listing of parish records.

Variants and totals


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