The name is of English or at least Anglo-Norman origin; it goes bac at least to the 13th cent. and one Robert de Haverington, d.1297.
I hope this helps. I have other sources which relate to the Herendeen clan. It is important with this bunch to keep in mind the many many spelling variants, Harrington is the most common one, but Herrington, Herendeen, Harndon, Herndon, etc.
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