Haly households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland

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Surname Dictionary

Haley Very rare: E Ulster. English toponymic.
Halley fairly numerous: Waterford-Kilkenny etc. Ir. Ó h-Ailche (Waterford) of Norse origin; Ó h-Aille (Clare) a sept near Bunratty. MacLysaght says that some Tipperary Hallys are Ó Maol Chathail, otherwise Mulhall. SI & SGG.
Hally Quite numerous: Waterford-Kilkenny-S Tipperary. See Halley.
Hely Very rare: scattered. The Hely-Hutchinsons are a noted branch of the Healys of Muskerry.
Ó h-Ailche Halley, Hally: cuíosach líonmhar, Port Lairge, Cill Chainnigh & rl. Deir de Bhulbh gur de bhunadh Lochlannach iad, ach tá meascadh le Ó h-Aille, q.v.
Ó h-Áillaidhe Hally: annamh; Tuamhumhain. Clann a bhí suite in aice le Bun Raite. SGG.


  • Haly in 1659.
  • Haly births mapped 1864-1913
  • Haly 1901 census map
  • Haly 1911 census map
  • Haly Roman Catholic baptisms
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Parishes where Haly and a second surname are found together


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