Wrynne



Parishes where Wrynne and a second surname are found together

Surname:



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

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Clare:14

Surname Dictionary

Mac Bhroin Rinn, Rynne, Wrenn, Mac Crann: annamh: an Clár, Ciarraí & rl. Baineann Rinn agus Mac Crann (Mac Bhrain) le Liatroim. Féach Ó Rinn.
Ó Rinn Ring, Wrenn: líonmhar: Cúige Mumhan. Dhá chlann: (1) dream a bhí in Uí Mac Caille, Corcaigh thoir; (2) clann eile i Ros Comáin-Liatroim. Tugadh Rynne ar chuid acu san. Dar le Mac G. Iasachta, ba dhaoine le sinsearacht Shasanach muintir Wrenn i gCiarraí thuaidh - má's ea, is Gaeil iad anois, gan aon agó. Brí: reann = bior, sleá.
Rinn Very rare: Leitrim etc. Ir. Mac Bhroin (SGA). See also Mac Crann.
Rynn rare: Galway, Leitrim etc. Ir. Mac Bhroin, not to be confused with Ring of Cork.
Rynne Quite numerous: Clare-Kerry etc. Ir. Ó Rinn & Mac Bhroin, from first name Bran (raven). This name properly belongs to Connacht. See Rynn and Ring.
Wrenn Quite numerous: Kerry-Limerick-Cork etc. Ir. Ó Rinn, from reann, a spear. Mainly a Cork family known there as Ring, q.v. There was an English family of the name in N Kerry.
Wrynne fairly rare: Galway, Leitrim etc. Ir. Mac Bhroin (SGA). Not to be confused with Ring of Munster. See Mac Crann.

Variants in Griffith's
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Rinn: 41
Rynn: 26
Rynne: 3
Wren: 118
Wrene: 2
Wrenn: 15
Wrin: 13
Wrinn: 35
Wrinne: 2
Wrynne: 14

Non-Griffith's Variants

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Mac Bhroin
O Rinn
Wrenne
Wryn


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