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  Ahearne, Ahern, Aherne, Hearn, Hearne, Ó hEachtighearna.   Ó hEachtighearna means ‘lord of horses’, and Ahern is the Anglicisation of this Gaelic name. The clan was part of the Dál...
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Bairéid, Barrat, Barratt    The Barrett clan is of Anglo-Norman origins. The name is most common in counties Cork, Galway and Mayo. The two distinct concentrations of the name indicate two distinct clans, and this fact is...
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Barri, Barrymore, De Barra, Dubarry.   The Barry family is of Welsh origin, and came to Ireland in the 12th century. Barrys are most common in Cork, where the Irish version of the name, de Barra, can be spotted on many shop and pub...
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Bole, Boyles, O’ Baoighill, O’ Baoill, O’ Boyle, Ó Baoill.   There are two distinct branches of this family in Ireland. The first would be closely associated with the north of the country, in...
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Bradie, Mac Brady, O’ Brady, Ó Brádaigh   The Brady clan originated in Co. Cavan in the province of Ulster in the north of Ireland, and it is there that the name remains most common, as well in some of the...
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Branny, Mac Brennan, O’ Brennan, Ó Braonáin.   There were four septs of the Ó Braonáin clan in the country, located in Kilkenny, Galway, Westmeath and Kerry. There was also a sept of Mac...
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Bohilly, Boughill, Boughla, O’ Buhilly, Ó Buachalla.   Ó Buachalla comes form the Gaelic word “buachaill”, meaning ‘boy’ or ‘herdsman’. Originally, the name was to be found...
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Bourke, De Búrca, De Burgh   De Búrca was originally de Burgo, and is the most common Irish name of Norman origin. The Burke name is most often associated with the province of Connacht where the family was granted large...
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Byrnes, O’ Beirne, O’ Byrne, Ó Broin.   Byrne, Ó Broin in Gaelic, is now one of the most numerous names in Ireland. The name comes from the word “bran”, which is Gaelic for ‘raven’...
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Cathal, MacCathail.   Mac Cathail comes from the personal name Cathal. Cahill is one of the oldest recorded surnames in Ireland. There were several different clans of the name, located in Kerry, Galway, Tipperary and Clare. The Galway sept of...
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Callahan, Calligan, Kealahan, Kelaghan, O’ Callaghan, O’ Kelaghan, Ó Ceallacháin.   The O’Callaghan clan originates in the province of Munster in the south of Ireland. It is likely that...
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Cary, Carye, Keary, Keery, O’ Keary, Ó Ciardha.   Careys can be of Anglo-Norman or Irish origin. The Irish Careys are descended from the Ó Ciardha sept which was located in the Barony of Carbury in Co...
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Carvill, Mac Carroll, Mac Carvill, O’ Carroll, Ó Cearbhaill.   Historically, there were several septs of Ó Cearbhaill located in counties Offaly and Louth. The name comes from the Gaelic...
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Mac Casey, O’ Casey, Ó Cathasaigh.   Ó Cathasaigh comes from “Cathasach”, meaning ‘vigilant in war’. There were several distinct septs of Ó Cathasaigh; in Dublin, Limerick, Cork, Mayo and...
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O' Caside, O' Cassidy.   The name Cassidy comes from Cas meaning ‘Curly Headed’. This name is found principally in County Fermanagh and it’s adjacent counties. Cassidys were famous for centuries as poet’s churchmen and...
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Glanchy, MacClancy, MacFlannchadh.   The name Clancy was originally a MAC name. The C of Clancy was originally the last letter of the prefix Mac. In Irish Clancy is MacFhlannchaidh – Mac meaning son of Flann meaning Reddish. The name...