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Mannix=Minogue Sometimes

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Mannix=Minogue Sometimes

Posted: 28 Oct 1999 2:24PM GMT
Edited: 30 Jun 2001 7:47PM GMT
In parts of East Clare and North Tipperary Mannix was used interchangably with Minogue as an anglicized form of the old Irish name O'Muineog. The root word was believed to be "monk" and refered to this family which attached themselves as lay members to a medieval monastic community. Regards,Peter Patten
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
peterpatten53 28 Oct 1999 8:24PM GMT 
Deborah Mannix 14 Jan 2000 5:03PM GMT 
Leonie C 23 May 2001 6:14AM GMT 
mary manyx goodson 31 Aug 2000 4:37PM GMT 
Nannikoo 18 Feb 2001 7:47AM GMT 
Fame_84 22 Aug 2001 1:42AM GMT 
rangerover98 14 Jun 2009 9:00PM GMT 
plantatree 21 Dec 2000 7:28PM GMT 
DENNIS J MANNIX 27 Jan 2001 1:32PM GMT 
Mag Barnicle 17 Mar 2001 9:23AM GMT 
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