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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #9 on: Thursday 14 February 19 11:44 GMT (UK) »
 i didnt look for Mc Morne or OMorne, but did find a La morney by accicident

below [6 counties]  from 1823-1837 Tithes Applotment Books based upon the index work of the Irish Genealogy Hub’s listing for each parish in Northern Ireland, The relevant original books are in the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) Belfast
Morn, Thomas-Townland: Cah Year: 1825-Errigal-Derry
Morney, Patrick-T: Fireagh Y: 1830-Drumragh-Tyrone
Mourn, Patt.-Tl: Glen Yr: 1832-Enniskillen-Fermanagh
Mourne, James-T: Loy Gardens Y: 1826-Derryloran-Derry & Tyrone
Mourne, James-T: Loy Gardens Y: 1826-Derryloran-Tyrone

below [26 counties]from http://titheapplotmentbooks.nationalarchives.ie/
Morn   Jno   Giants Grand   Rathronan   Tipperary   1827
Morne   John   Rockfield   Rathaspick   Westmeath   1833
Morne   James   Carrigagh   Rathaspick   Westmeath   1833
Morne   Francis   Ballygarvey   Rathaspick   Westmeath   1833
Morne   Thomas   Rathowen   Rathaspick   Westmeath   1833
Morney   Denis   Thomastown   Carbury   Kildare   1834
Morney   James   Killrahan   Dysartmoon   Kilkenny   1831
Morney   Wm   Killrahan   Dysartmoon   Kilkenny   1831
Morney   Thos   Killrahan   Dysartmoon   Kilkenny   1831
Morney   Terence   Knocknaskagh   Kilmolash   Waterford   1827
Morney   Patt   Moveen East and Mulcashine   Moyarta   Clare   1827
Morney   Mary   Wolfestown   Rathmore   Kildare   1842
Morney   John   Aughlish   Tuam   Galway   1831
La Morney   Wm   Ballihalwick   Fanlobbus   Cork   1826
Mourne   Patrick   Laragh   Derrylossary   Wicklow   1831
Mourne   James   Tomriland   Derrylossary   Wicklow   1831
Mourne   Thomas   Ashtown Or Ballinafunshoge   Derrylossary   Wicklow   1831
Mourne   Elizabeth   Ashtown Or Ballinafunshoge   Derrylossary   Wicklow   1831
Mourne   Thomas   Ashtown Or Ballinafunshoge   Derrylossary   Wicklow   1831
Mourne   Thomas   Toghermore   Derrylossary   Wicklow   1831
Mourne   Daniel   Rathoonagh   Kilbride   Mayo   1834
Mourne   Anthony   Crott   Kilbride   Mayo   1834
Mourne   Anthony   Crott   Kilbride   Mayo   1834
Mourne   Daniel   Rahoonagh   Kilbride   Mayo   1834
Mourne   Anthony   Crott   Kilbride   Mayo   1834
Mourne   Anthy   Crott   Kilbride   Mayo   1834
Mourne   Daniel   Rathoonagh   Kilbride   Mayo   1833
Mourne   Anthony   Crott   Kilbride   Mayo   1833
Mourne   Daniel   Rahoonagh   Kilbride   Mayo   1833
Mourne   Anthony   Crott   Kilbride   Mayo   1833
Mourne   Anth   Crott   Kilbride   Mayo   1833
Mourne   Arthur   Killerney   Roscommon   Roscommon   1824
Mourne   Arthur   Carramore   Roscommon   Roscommon   1824
thats as mush as i can offer, the more open you are eg i would check Genes Reunited if you can give a person and approx birth
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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #10 on: Thursday 14 February 19 13:32 GMT (UK) »
I wonder if Gobbiner’s interest is in Ireland or elsewhere?
It would be good to find out  :)
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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #11 on: Thursday 14 February 19 14:26 GMT (UK) »
Moarn and Mourn were listed as variants of Moran in "Varieties and Synonymes of Surnames and Christian Names in Ireland " by Robert E. Matheson, published 1901. Matheson was Registrar General of Ireland. The book is available to read as a pdf on the Internet Archive. https://archive.org

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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #12 on: Thursday 14 February 19 21:46 GMT (UK) »
add two more to the tithes list
Moarn   Dennis   Grallagh   Greystown   Tipperary   1830
Moarn & Fox   Denis & Pat   Cortubber   Killukin   Roscommon   1835 

thank you for the online pdf  for the book
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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #13 on: Thursday 14 February 19 23:25 GMT (UK) »
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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #14 on: Friday 15 February 19 09:52 GMT (UK) »
Hallmark thank you for the full url, its good to have it known about for those with brickwalls
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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #15 on: Friday 15 February 19 09:55 GMT (UK) »
Hallmark thank you for the full url, its good to have it known about for those with brickwalls


Just copied and pasted my Bookmark!   ;D
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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #16 on: Friday 15 February 19 15:16 GMT (UK) »
Names and variants in the Matheson book were compiled from civil registration records. He relates a man writing 2 versions of his family surname when registering his brother's death. Asked about the spelling variation he explained that he always used one whereas his brother had favoured a different spelling. 

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Re: The Surname 'Morne'
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 16 February 19 00:35 GMT (UK) »
Names and variants in the Matheson book were compiled from civil registration records. He relates a man writing 2 versions of his family surname when registering his brother's death. Asked about the spelling variation he explained that he always used one whereas his brother had favoured a different spelling.

Sounds completely logical to me but then ........might be that Irish heritage. Ha ha  Would be one of those inadvertent genealogical finds like the husband (widower) who completed the wife's section about years married, children born and children living in the census. ;)