Cawley


Cawley households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


Householders by county in (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

Cauley rare: Derry etc. See Mac Auley.
Cawley fairly numerous: N Connacht etc. Ir. Mac Amhlaoibh. Variant of MacAwley, q.v. IF.
Mac Amhalghaidh Mac Auley, Mac Cauley: líonmhar, Cúige Uladh go sonrach, ach tá na leagain ghallda meascaithe le Mag Amhlaoibh, q.v. (1) Clann a bhí suite san Iarmhí. (2) Dream Albanach as Dumbarton: iad seo is cúis an sloinne bheith líonmhar in Oir. Uladh. Sa litriú nua: Mac Amhalaí. Sean-ainm pearsanta Gaelach is ea Amalgaid. IF, GPN.
Mac Amhlaoibh Mac Auliffe, Mac Auley: líonmhar tríd an dtír. Dhá chlann éagsúla (1) craobh des na Carthaigh i nDeasmhumhain, (2) dream de chuid Mhig Uidhir Fhear Manach. Ón ainm pearsanta Lochlannach Olaf, gur ghlac na Gaeil leis. IF & GPN.
Macauley Very numerous: Ulster generally, Dublin etc. (1) Mac Amhlaoibh, from Norse Olaf, related to the Maguires of Fermanagh. (2) Mac Amhalghaidh, from early first name, associated with the Midlands. Compare Mac Auliffe.
MacCauley numerous: Derry, Ulster generally; Leitrim, Galway, Wexford etc. A variant of Macauley, q.v. The Irish is Mac Amhlaoibh in Ulster, Mac Amhalghaidh in the south.
MacCawley Very rare: Midlands. See Mac Cauley.

    Maps

  • Cawley in 1659.
  • Cawley births mapped 1864-1913
  • Cawley 1901 census map
  • Cawley 1911 census map
  • Cawley Roman Catholic baptisms
  • Cawley Roman Catholic marriages NEW!

The surname


Parishes where Cawley and a second surname are found together

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