Coolahan


Coolahan households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


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Surname Dictionary

Colahan rare: Cork, Galway. Ir. Ó Cúlacháin. A sept of Uí Fiachrach, Mayo. Also occurring as Coolican, Cuolahan.
Coolahan Very rare: Offaly etc. Ir. Mac Uallacháin, uallach, proud. A sept of Offaly also connected with Síol Anmchadha in adjacent Galway. See also Coolican. MIF.
Coolican Very rare: Mayo. Ir. Ó Cúlacháin. Belonged to the Uí Fiachrach of Mayo. There is some confusion with Coolahan, which see.
Cuolahan (1) Ir. Mac Uallacháin - see Coolahan. (2) Ir. Ó Cúlacháin - see Coolican. The name does not appear in current telephone directories, but has been previously recorded.MIF.
Mac Uallacháin Colahan, Coolahan: annamh: Gaillimh thoir-Uíbh Fhailí. Clann de chuid Shíol Anmchadha, a bhí suite i Lusmágh, Uíbh Fhailí. Ní raibh abhainn na Sionainne ina teorainn annseo - bhí Síol Anmchadha ar an dá bhruach. Brí: uallach = bródúil.MIF.
Ó Ciobhlacháin féach Ó Cibhleacháin thuas.

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