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Re: question about this surname
Posted by: Colin Watson Date: May 25, 2001 at 11:55:49
In Reply to: Re: question about this surname by Gillian Swanson of 122

Gillian may be correct - the other line I heard from my grandparents [Dymonds] was related to the Irish name for the village square [or Dymond] in the north of Ireland. You can see it in the village names around Co. Coleraine etc. It could well be that the influence of the Dutch [and therefor the name] came from the army of King William of the 15/16th centuries

Does anyone really know?


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