Magoveny heads of household in the 1911 census


Click on the red marker on the map below for a link to the full 1911 census entry.

For background on how the map was made (and its flaws), see the relevant blog entry.

Surname Dictionary

Mac Aibhne Mac Aviney: annamh, Fear Manach &rl. Bhain siad le Muintir Chatháin. SGG & SGA.
Mac an Mhanaigh Mac Evaney: annamh: Maigh Eo: ach Mac Cavana in Aontroim & rl mar a bhfuil líon beag díobh. Ar mhaithe le clú na mbráithre, bímís ag súil gur leas-ainm atá i gceist annso!
Mac Dhuibhne Mac Avinney: annamh: Muineachán, an Mhí. Féach Mag Dhuibhne & Mac Aibhne. Brí: féach Ó Duibhne.
MacAvenna Very rare: scattered. Ir. Mac Aibhne (SGA), from first name Aibhne which was favoured by the O'Kanes of Derry to whom this family was related. See Mac Avenue.
MacAvenue fairly rare: scattered. Ir. Mac Dhuibhne (SGA). See Mac Givney.
MacAviney rare: Fermanagh-Monaghan etc. (1) Mag Dhuibhne of Breifne; (2) Mac Aibhne, related to the O'Kanes of Derry. See Mac Avenna & Mac Avenue. SGG.
MacKavanagh Quite numerous: Belfast area etc. Ir. Mac an Mhanaigh (son of the monk). See also Mac Cavana. No connection with the Leinster name Kavanagh.
 

Variants in 1911, with total occurences

Magoveny: 1
McAveeney: 1
McAvenny: 1
McAvenue: 2
McAveny: 1
McAviney: 7
McAvinia: 1
McAvinne: 3
McAvinney: 4
McAvinue: 8
McEvanny: 1
McGavney: 1
McGoveny: 1
McKavana: 1
McKavanagh: 9
McKaveny: 2

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