Maginn may refer to:

  • Edward Maginn (born 1802), an Irish Roman Catholic priest, an advocate of Catholic Emancipation, supporter of Daniel O'Connell in the Repeal movement
  • Francis Maginn (1861–1918), a Church of Ireland missionary and one of the co-founders of British Deaf Association
  • Matt Maginn, a musician from Omaha, Nebraska
  • Simon Maginn (born 1961), a British writer who has published five novels under his own name
  • William Maginn (1794–1842), journalist and miscellaneous writer, born in Cork

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  • Maginn — Recorded in a number of including McGinn, McGenn, McGing, McKinn, Maginn, and others, this is a famous Irish surname. It is derived from Olde Gaelic pre 10th century word fionn , meaning fair haired or fair skinned, and was probably applied as a… …   Surnames reference

  • Maginn, Edward — • Irish bishop (1802 1849) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Maginn, William — (1793 1842)    Born in Cork, the son of a schoolmaster, he graduated in 1811 and gained a doctor of laws in 1819, both from Trinity College, Dublin. He contributed to Blackwood s magazine in Edinburgh and in 1824 moved to London, where he wrote… …   British and Irish poets

  • MAGINN, WILLIAM —    a witty, generous hearted Irishman, born in Cork; a man of versatile ability, who contributed largely to Blackwood, and became editor of Fraser s Magazine, in the conduct of which latter he gathered round him as contributors a number of the… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Maginn, William — (1793 1842)    Journalist and miscellaneous writer, b. at Cork, became a contributor to Blackwood s Magazine, and afterwards foreign correspondent to The Representative, a paper started by J. Murray, the publisher, and when its short career was… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • William Maginn — William Maginn, né le 10 juillet 1794 à Cork (Irlande) et mort le 21 août 1842 à Walton on Thames (Angleterre), est un journaliste, poète et écrivain irlandais. Il est surtout connu pour ses articles de critique littéraire. Il …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Bishop Maginn High School — Infobox Private School name = Bishop Maginn High School established = 1977 type = Independent, co ed religion = Roman Catholic head name = Principal head = Joseph Grasso city = Albany state = New York|NY country = USA motto= AN EXPERIENCE OF… …   Wikipedia

  • Edward Maginn — (b. at Fintona, Ireland, 16 December 1802; d. at Derry, 17 January 1849) was an Irish Roman Catholic priest, an advocate of Catholic Emancipation, and supporter of Daniel O Connell in the Repeal movement. He became coadjutor bishop of Derry. Life …   Wikipedia

  • William Maginn — (* Juli 1794 in Cork; † 21. August 1842 in Walton on Thames) war ein irischer Journalist. Nach einem Studium der Rechtswissenschaften am Trinity College in Dublin (1817 mit LL.D. abgeschlossen) widmete sich Maginn der Literatur und dem… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Edward Maginn —     Edward Maginn     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Edward Maginn     Coadjutor Bishop of Derry, b. at Fintona, Ireland, 16 Dec., 1802; d. at Derry, 17 January, 1849, the son of Patrick Maginn, a farmer, and his wife, Mary Slevin, whose families gave …   Catholic encyclopedia

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