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LAVIN Family HistoryRecorded in many spellings including: Laffin, Laffan, Lavin, Lavine, Lavins, Lavan, Laven, Lavens and La Vigne, this is a surname of either Irish or French orgins. If Irish it is a form of the ancient pre 10th century Gaelic O'Laimhin, which translates as 'the descendant of the son of the prince', although as to who the prince was is unclear. In the years before the Norman-English invasion of Ireland in 1170, there were as many as nine kings of Ireland, and no doubt at least an equal number of princes. The clan hails from the region of County Roscommon. If French, the name is occupational and residential, describing the ownership of a vineyard, the name being prevalent in those areas associated with wine such as the Gironde and Loire...
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My great-grandmother, Mary A Lavin( b. abt. 1863), married my great-grandfather, Michael Finn in Newark, NJ in 1885. From what I’ve been told, they were both from County Mayo. Based on relatives that are genetic matches, I suspect the part of Mayo that Mary came from, is probably County Roscommon.
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