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Recorded as O' Ronan, Ronan, and Ronayne, this is an Irish surname. Although now quite rare it is of great antiquity. The clan were for many years 'erenaghs'. That was a status word which indicated minor nobility, erenaghs being hereditary land owners who were responsible for the adminstration and operation of church lands and property in any given area. In this case the O' Ronans were erenaghs of Clondalkin in County Dublin, and it is believed that they held that post until about the 14th century.
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    My grandmother was Hilda Smith, born and raised in Birkenhead, England. Her grandmother, who left Ireland about 1847 after both her parents died, was Margaret Ronayne born in Clonmel Ireland (approx 1832-1920). Margaret told her grand-daughter Hilda about Margaret's grandmother who lived in Cappoquin, and who had told Margaret about an earler Captain Ronayne who fought with King James II at the Battle of the Boyne, but after the defeat fled to France, later returning to Ireland with a French wife. I would love to find out more about Captain Ronayne

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    My grandfathers name is Frederick Ronayne who had migrated to Australia from Ireland. He was a Corporal who served in WWII. I simply am trying to find out more information about him and the history of the Ronayne family.
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