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The name of RYAN, it is stated by some family historians, is derived from the ancient Irish word righin, meaning "sluggish, or dilatory", and was anciently written Mulrian or O'Mulrian. Others assert that the Irish rian, meaning "Kinglet" or "Prince", was the parent form of the name. The name is found in the early Irish and American records in the various spellings of O'Mulrian, O'Mull Rian, O'Mul.....


Heraldry Database: Hyslop

Hyslop







Surname:  Hyslop
Branch:  Hyslop
Origins:  Scottish
More Info:  Scotland

Background:  Dweller at, or near the hazel-hope.


Arms:  Ar. a stag ppr. lodged under a holly tree growing out of the base vert.


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For over 100 years the Hyslops lived at Farthingbank near Thornhill, Dumfries. During the Covenanter's era they were persecuted off the land, and the Hyslop Family acquired the land on which the Family Farm, High Cairn is known today. Many Births, Deaths and Marriages have taken Place at High Cairn, and its neighbouring Farm of Upper Cairn.

Name Variations:  Hyslop, Heaslip, Hislop, Haslop, Haslip.

References:
One or more of the following publications has been referenced for this article.
The General Armory; Sir Bernard Burke - 1842.
A Handbook of Mottoes; C.N. Elvin - 1860.
Scottish Clans and Tartans; Neil Grant - 2000.
Scottish Clan and Family Encyclopedia; George Way of Plean and Romilly Squire - 1994.
Scottish Clans and Tartans; Ian Grimble - 1973.
World Tartans; Iain Zaczek - 2001.
Clans and Families of Scotland; Alexander Fulton - 1991.
The Hyslop Family: http://hyslop2.tribalpages.com/






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