A surname of England and Ireland, Ó Broín, Ir. bran -
raven. (MacLysaght). "Byrne is now one of the most numerous names in Ireland"
(MacLysaght). Traced by MacLysaght especially in Co. Wicklow and by Matthews
||Surrogate Court Records: March 30 1818, Patrick Burne
of (not stated) sued Hugh Burne of Caplin Bay for debt owed.
||Supreme Court Records: November 1 - 11, 1826 - Hugh
Byrne sued Patrick Quick (Quirk??).
|At Caplin Bay:
||Will of John Morry - December 24, 1828 - mentioned that "Hugh Byrne is agreed to go in the Harler the same as last year".
||Voter's List for Caplin Bay 1840, 1841, 1842, 1844, 1845
- Hugh Byrne.
||Journal of the Newfoundland House of Assembly - 1848, Page A362 - "A Statement of the distribution of Flour in the Southern division of this District during the winters of 1846-7: - Caplin Bay - Widow Byrne - 1/2 Barrel.
||Voter's List for Caplin Bay 1847, 1849, 1852 - Patrick Byrne.
||The Byrne surname did not survive at Caplin Bay beyond 1852. There
is no record of this surname at Caplin Bay in Lovell's 1871 Directory. Although
the surname reappears again at Brigus South in the late 1800s, members of
that family do not appear to be related to the earlier Caplin Bay family. It is not
known if there were any females in this family that could have married into
other Caplin Bay families.
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