- Edward Dwyne b 1830 d 26 July 1830 Agra, Bengal, India. Father R. Dwyne
Dwine/Dwyne- Recorded in many forms including O'Doyane, O'Duane, O'Downe, Dwane, Dwine, Doane, Dewin, and possibly others, this is an Irish surname. It derives from either of the pre 10th century Gaelic personal names Damhain meaning "fawn"; or Dubhain from "dubh", meaning black. Read more: http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/ Dwine
Australia - New Zealand
FIRES. (united press association.) DUNEDIN, Nov 26 1886.A dwelling house belonging to Langmuir, nurseryman, was destroyed by fire this morning through the explosion of a kerosene lamp. The owner, who is an invalid, had barely time to escape. The building and furniture were insured for £150 eaoh, piano £30, in the Equitable Office.
Auckland, Nov 25 1886. A fire broke out shortly after 11 o'clock m an empty two-storied shop, in Victoria, street, vacated on Wednesday by Slareys Jeweller, which also destroyed the premises of Matthew Carr, bootmaker. Carr is insured for £342 in the Norwich Union, the others are uninsured. The block is owned by T. Ball and Miss Duffus. The block has been burned down three or four times. Last time Louis Dwine, draper, was tried for araon, but aoquitted.
Ref: Marlborough Express (New Zealand), Volume XXII, Issue 229, 27 November 1886, Page 2
- Australia - Electoral Lists, Darling Downs District 1899-1900. (http://www.oocities.org/tfoenander/electorallists.htm) Michael Dwine, 35, draper; Pohlmann's Cottage, Broxburn. 
In the book "A Very Brilliant Affair: The Battle of Queenston Heights, 1812"Michael Dwyne> Private 41st Regiment of Foot - Fort George
1901 Census of Canada, Ontario Renfrew South
Dwine, John M Head M Jan 1860 51 1901
Dwine, Ellen F Wife M Apr 1867 44 1901
Dwine, Philip Bernard M Son S Dec 1899 11 1901
Dwine, Bridget Jane F Daughter S Jun 1901 10 1901
Dwine, Mary Catherine F Daughter S Apr 1904 7 1901
Dwine, Margaret Ann F Daughter S Apr 1906 5 1901
Dwine, Mary Theresa F Daughter S Apr 1910 1 1901
18 Jan., 1610. The names of the Shoemakers and Broguemakers that have transgressed the statutes of this Town:- John Fynne, the porter; David Roche, James Hopkines, Thomas Young, Teige Dwyne, James Traunt, John Dwyne, Morris Dwyne, John Annyas, Richd. Henybry, Conogher the drummer, the lamb shoemaker; John McAwly, William Mernyne, Alexander Creagh, the shoemaker in John Galwaie's shop.
The names of the Butchers: - William Monsell, Morris Geirye, John 10 PAYMENTS DUE TO THE FERRYMAN. Geirye, Roger Fletcher, Will. Kent, John Sheunaghane, Will. Foine, Will. Coote, Will. Dannyell.
The names of the Weavers that have and doth offend contrary to the Statutes of this Town: - John Shennaghane, Morrogh Flagherty, llichd. Hollaghane, Phillip Itharthy, John Ewlye.
Also the names of the Taylors: - Teige O Daye, David fitz William. William fitz David, James Drordye, Thomas Trevaghane, Oliver Terrant, dead.
Also the names of the Tuckers : - James Nagle, John Swelivane, Richd. Nagle, Derby Feighe, Donnoghe O Heallyhie, John Dallye, Dermyd Oge, Morris McShane, John Nagle, Phillip Flaghavane.
The names of the Carpenters that have and doth transgress the Statutes of this Town: - Edmund Buckly, Richard fitz John Barrye, William fitz Nicholas O Grogoe, Cormocke Cartye, Thomas Dwyne.
The names of the Chandlers also: - William Ashe, Robert Shoe. For selling their candles contrary to the statute, and for taking up all the tallow, &c For the ferry-boat, we find that every Alderman and Burgess is to pay every Christmas 4d., in consideration that every such Ald. and Burg. shall have free passage for himself, his horse, and his people, so as said horse shall not be set to hire to any stranger or townsman. We find that every Ald. and Burg. is to have free passage for their Christmas beeves, and for the Christmas corn; also that every freeman is to pay to the ferryman 3d. every Christmas, in consideration afsd. We find that every inhabitant is to pay 2d. every Christmas for the former considerations. We find that every freeman is to pay out of every horse or cow for his passage one white groat, toties quotiets. We find for every horseload of corn, Id., for every 2 bags of corn, Id., so as they shall be brought to the ferry by Town inhabitants. We find Trinity Castle, the Key Tower, and the Moores and Bogues called Moinroe and Moinbegge, to be the Town land. For the highways, We find Capt. Edwd. Baynard to have stopped up the highway of Knocyverrie above the Moore and other places. We find that Mr. James Kearnye and Morris Dwyne have enclosed Glanbcgge within their own land.
Verdict of the Grand fury. We find Jotm Dwyne, Conoglior MeDanyeU. Rich'*. John Henebrie, James Trant, John M'AwlifPei Teige Howishe, David Folowe, Patrick Folowe and Conoghor Drome of this Towne,. broguemakers, hath sold on 25 dec., 1613, mens brogues for 12d. a pair ; women's 8d ; and that the shoemakers, James Hopkines, Thomas Younge, John Willims, and John Evans, hath sold men's shoes for 2d. and women's for 2d. a pair.
We present, the butchers, Monflfild, Morris (leyrie, John Shanaghan, WilL Mosse, Will Heiden. David Manshell. Will. Kenit, Will. that they on 3 of May,. 1614, hath do still buy and sell calves, sheep, lambs, contrary to the Town statute at a dearer rate.
We also find, that Will. Monffiid, Morris Dwyne, Mr. Edmond Coppint. and Alexander Luke have stopped up the highways leading to Glawnemore and Glawneyadie.
Ref:The council book of the Corporation of Youghal: from 1610 to 1659, from 1666 ... By Youghal (Ireland). Corporation
- Listed under Tipperary Genealogy ( http://www.igp-web.com/tipperary/thurles_hearth.htm) for 1667 Parish of Thurles Hearth Money Roll - 1667
- William Dwine
- Listed under Rootsweb (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irish/Tipperary/1664iffa.htm) for 1664 Hearth Money Rolls for the Baronies of Ida and Offa. Co. Tipperary Parish of Thurles Hearth Money Roll - 1667
- Under "Carrick" William Dwineet al
- DUBLIN (RC) , Parish/Church/Congregation - HARRINGTON STREET - Marriage of JACOBUS DWINE(Father GULIELMUS DWINEMother ELIZABETHAE ROONE) of ? and CATHERINA BRUN (Father EDWARDUS BRUN Mother MARGARITA KIRLEY ) of 27 GR CLANBRAZEL ST on 28 November 1868 - Witness 1 PETRUS BOLGEN Witness 2 ANNA DALYS
- Area - CORK & ROSS (RC) , Parish/Church/Congregation - CORK - SOUTH PARISH - Baptism of WM DWINEof HOSPITAL LANE on 1 November 1807 - Father FRANCIS DWINEMother ELIZAB FINN - Sponsor 1 JUSTIN MCSWYNY Sponsor 2 HONORA SULLIVAN
- Search Civil Records: Marriage Register Indicies, Ireland (http://www.from-ireland.net/irish-civil-registrations.php?name=dwine&s_district=District&s_county=County&category=marriages) William Dwine1866 - Limerick Limerick
- Index to the Marririage Licence Bonds of the Diocese of Cloyne (http://www.corkpastandpresent.ie/genealogy/greensindextomarriagelicencebonds-cloyne/index/mlb_cloyne_Dacers-Furlonge_pp30-41.pdf) Dwyne, Mary and Charles Furlong 1792
- Listed under Tipperary Genealogy (http://www.igp-web.com/Tipperary/hearth.htm) for 1665 part of the parish of Drom and Inch
- James DwyneHearths 1
- Donogh DwyneHearths 1
History of Ireland 1538 Page 332This did not occur till the 10th of November, and on the 12th the army again assembled, and taking provisions for twenty-one days marched through the country of Mac Geog- hegan, and was joined by that chief and O'Mulmoy in person. They then entered Offal)', and encamped at the castle of Brack- land, which Gray had on the folhier occasion secured by leaving a garrison in it. Here they learnt that Brian O'Connor, as soon as he had received positive information that his enemies were in Offaly, had retired into the country of a neighbouring chieftain, O'Dwyne, which was protected by a river and some rather formidable moors and bogs, over which no carriages could then pass. A party of the Butlers, who had invaded Offaly from the other side, now joined the deputy, and they took up their quarters at a town called Castellanbryck, where, finding the place well stored with corn, they remained several days. A plundering party, on foot, were sent across the moors, but, carelessly encamping in one of O'Dwyne's towns, they were attacked by surprise, and many of them killed and wounded. Another and larger party met with better success, and a great part of O'Dwyne's country was laid waste, upon which O'Connor fled again, and sought refuge with his old friend O'Carroll. The army, on its return into Offaly, took pos- session of the abbey of Killeigh, and a place called Castle Geshill, in both of which they found large stores of corn, which they carried away or burnt. The deputy selected from the plunder of the abbey "a pair of organs" and other articles fitted for the king's college at Maynooth, and as much glass as glazed nearly all the windows of the college and castle. This indeed seems to have been almost the only fruit of his expedition. The crafty j Irish chieftain sent new declarations of his 1 respect for the English government and his j desire to negotiate; and the lord deputy "to drive off the time," as he expressed it in his letter to the English minister, " till the long nights were past," sent him a safe conduct to repair to Dublin, although he placed no faith in his professions. Brian O'Connor used the safe conduct to repair to the pass of Kinnayfad, "on the borders of Berming- ham's country," and there he was met by his brother Cahir, who, heedless of his obliga- tions to the English, was suddenly reconciled with their enemy, and retired with him to the shelter of the woods and morasses. Such was the position of affairs at the close of the year 1537.
- American Prisoners of The Revolution MEN WHO WERE PRISONERS ON BOARD THE OLD JERSEY (http://threerivershms.com/americanprisonersapp1.html) William Dwine
- Marriages of Mobile County, Alabama 1813-1855 - Dwyne, John to O'Connor, Ann 7 Mar 1837
- Famine Immigrants: List of Irish Immigrants Arriving at the Port of New York 1846-1851 - Dwyne, Ellen 106
- May 15, 1858 - The alarm of fire at South Brooklyn yesterday morning proceeded from the burning of the threestory brick building, known as the cotton factory, near the corner of Van Brunt and Commercial streets. The building was about 400 feet long and three stories high; it was entirely consumed, and but little of the walls are standing; although from 700 to 800 hands are usually employed there; there were comparatively few engaged at present. Mr. N. VAN DWYNEof the Union Ferry Company, with the steamboat Montreal was early on hand and rendered very efficient service, the Worthington Pump of the boat forcing water Into the through 600 feet of hose. Ref: Brooklyn City Items NY Times abstract
- Crawford County, Iowa, IAGenWeb St. Boniface Catholic Church 1896 to 1921 Baptisms Charter Oak, Iowa (http://iagenweb.org/crawford/church/bonibapt.html) 1913 Mertel Esther Dwine
- Crawford County, Iowa, IAGenWeb World War I News, 1917-1919 (http://iagenweb.org/crawford/military/ww1draft1.html) Boyer Township William Nelson Dwine : Denison Township James Earl Dwine: Willow Township Jay Allen Dwine, Stephen A. Dwine
- Oklahoma Historical Society - Smiths First Directory of Oklahoma Territory (http://www.okhistory.org/research/smithsrz) Jane Dwine
- British Oil Policy: 1919-1939 - US NAtional Archives, Dept of State(DS)831.6363 Dudley G. Dwyneto Preston McGoodwin
- George DwyneBirth: unknown Death: May 10, 1871 Burial: Beech Grove Cemetery, Muncie, Delaware County, Indiana, USA
- He married Mary, daughter of Sir John Laumont,* by whom he had Colin, his successor, who obtained from King David II. a charter, ratifying the alienation made by Christian, daughter and heir of Sir Dougal Campbel, of the lands of Craignish, to be holden of him and his heirs, in as ample manner as Duncan Mackdwyne, his ancestor, held the barony of Lochow, which bears date 25th March, 1370.' He was employed by King Robert II. in restraining the incursions of the Highlanders, who then infested the western parts of this realm, whom he reduced to the King's obedience: in consideration whereof, he obtained from the said King sundry lands yet in the family.
Ref: Collins's peerage of England; Volume 7 Page 420 By Arthur Collins, Sir Egerton Brydges
- In Loyds Register of shipping - Dwyne- Sloop - Single Deck 61 Tons - British 1793
- Mining History UK (http://www.cmhrc.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/lodts16.htm) George Dwine (injured))
Dwyne, Margaret Convicted at Surrey Quarter Sessions for a term of 7 years. Margaret Dwyne, one of 109 convicts transported on the Midas, 22 July 1825. Place of Arrival New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land.