Byrne (variations: Byrnes, O'Byrne) is a surname derived from the Irish name Ó Broin, and is the seventh most common surname in Ireland today.

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Byrne - Further Reading
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Locky Byrne - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Byrne first came to prominence on the inter-county scene as a member of the Waterford minor hurling team in the late 1920s ... completely and went on to win by 5-0 to 1-1 giving Byrne a coveted All-Ireland medal ... Byrne was later drafted onto the Waterford senior hurling panel ...
Locky Byrne - Teams
... Kilkenny - 1935 All-Ireland Senior Hurling Champions (11th title) J ... O’Connell P ...
Sean Byrne (footballer Born 1989)
... Sean Byrne (born on 13 July 1989 in Dublin, Ireland) is an Irish footballer who Athlone Town in the League of Ireland First Division ... Byrne is a defender who plays at left-back ...
List Of United States Political Families (B) - The Byrnes
... Brendan Byrne (1924-), New Jersey Superior Court Judge 1970-1973, Governor of New Jersey 1974-1982, delegate to the Democratic National Convention 1980 ... Byrne, Jr ... Byrne, Jr ...

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    As I define it, rock & roll is dead. The attitude isn’t dead, but the music is no longer vital. It doesn’t have the same meaning. The attitude, though, is still very much alive—and it still informs other kinds of music.
    —David Byrne (b. 1952)

    Sleep, and forget all things but one,
    Heard in each wave of sea,—
    How lonely all the years will run
    Until I rest by thee.
    —John Byrne Leicester Warren, 3rd Baron De Tabley (1835–1895)