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Origin of the O'Hynes Clan Name
The Hynes name is derived from the word Hine, meaning Lad or servant. All Hynes are descended from O’Heyne from the irish Ó hEighinfrom the Clann Eidhin. The Hynes name is of Irish origin and originates from the counties of Galway and Clare. Spelling variations of the name include Hines, Hine, Hyne, Hinds and Hynds among many others.
Some of the sites associated to the Hynes Name:
Dunguaire Castle in County Galway was once a stronghold of the Hynes Chieftains.
The monastic site at Kilmacduagh of which consists of Churches, a restored Abbots House, a Chapel and a well-preserved round tower.
There is also an old gravestone in the graveyard of Ardrahan in County Galway where it is carved, an explanation of the O’Heyne coat of arms. The crest consists of two Lions side by side.
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