Lynch



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

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Surname Dictionary

de Línse Lynch: líonmhar? Dream a tháinig leis an Ionradh agus a chuir fúthu ag Cnoc sa Mhí - is ionann linch agus cnoc. Sa 15 céad aistrigh cuid acu go Cathair na Gaillimhe agus bhí siad chun tosaigh annsin ar feadh na gcéadta blian. Ní foláir go mbaineann cuid de Loingsigh an lae inniu leo-san. IF.
Lynch Very Very numerous: in every part of the country. Ir. Ó Loingsigh, from loingseach, mariner. From a number of distinct septs in E Ulster, Cavan, Clare, Cork, Tipperary. The name also includes Norman de Lench, de Leyn, who became prominent in Galway City where they were the leading "Tribe". IF & SGG.
Ó Loingsigh Lynch: an-líonmhar ar fud na tíre. Bhí clanna éagsúla ann: (1) Dál Riada; (2) Uaithne (Tiobraid Árann); (3) Breifne; (4) Tuathmhumhain; (5) Corca Laoidhe (Corcaigh); (6) Uí Fiachrach (Sligeach); (7) Uí Loingsigh na Mí. Fréamh : loingeas.Duine de bhunadh Dhálriada, Col. Charles Lynch (1736-1790) ba chúis leis an dtéarma "lynch law" i S.A.M. Baineann an sloinne Lynch leis na h-Angla-Normannaigh, leis: féach de Línse.

    Maps

  • Lynch in 1659.
  • Lynch births mapped 1864-1913
  • Lynch 1901 census map
  • Lynch 1911 census map
  • Lynch Roman Catholic baptisms

The surname

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    London (Irish connections)
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    The Anglo-Norman Lynches of Galway

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