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FLINN Family HistoryThis is an anglicized form of the Olde Gaelic O Floinn. The Gaelic prefix 'O' indicates 'male descendants of', plus the personal byname 'Floinn' from 'flann' meaning 'ruddy' and originally given as a nickname to one having a red(dish) complexion. Several branches of this clan held independent settlements in various parts of Ireland. One important sept belonged to Skibbereen and Baltimore in Corca - Lauidh (South West Cork) and another to Muskerry where they were Lords of the land extending from Ballyvourney to Blarney in Co. Cork. Another family settled on the borders of Connacht and Ulster (chiefly in counties Roscommon, Leitrim and Cavan)...
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My mother is a Flinn and I have been digging into my roots. I have found where my family came to the US in the 1700 and fought in the revolutionary war and the war of 1812. I believe we are from Roscommon. DNA test have shown that most of my blood is from the Donegal region. I’m hoping to find some family still in Ireland. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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