Quealy heads of household in the 1911 census


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Surname Dictionary

Ó Cadhla Kiely: líonmhar sa Mhumhain. Bhí dhá chlann: Iar-Chonnachta agus Tuadhmhumhain ach is i bPort Lairge & Luimneach is mó atáid anois. Measctha go mór le Ó Caollaí, q.v. Is ionann cadhla agus sciamhach, cruthúil.MIF.
Ó Caollaidhe (1) Kealy, (2) Queally: tá (1) líonmhar i Laighin & Connachta; baineann (2) le Cill Chainnigh & Port Lairge. Ach bhí an chlann sa i Osraí ar dtús. Tá meascadh ins na leagain galldaithe le Ó Cadhla agus Ó Céile. Litriú nua: Ó Caollaí.IF &MIF.
Ó Céile Kealy, Keeley: líonmhar i Laighin agus Doire ach measctha le Ó Caollaí & Ó Cadhla. Bhí siad ina n-airchinnigh ag an dTulach, Ceatharlach, tráth, agus dream eile ag Baile Shláine sa Mhí. Brí: céile = compánach nó seirbhíseach.MIF & SGG.
O'Kiely Very rare: Athy (Kildare). Ir. Ó Cadhla. See Kiely.
Queally fairly numerous: Waterford, Clare etc. Ir. Ó Caollaidhe (Caollaí). There were septs in Kilkenny, Tipperary, Laois and Clare. See also Kiely. MIF & SI.
 

DEDs where Quealy and a second surname are found together

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