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  • Author:
    Daithi O Hogain,Peter Thew
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On member of the family was considered particularly dangerous so they named him "Black" or "Le Blaca" and . One of the most outstanding of the Norman-Irish families

On member of the family was considered particularly dangerous so they named him "Black" or "Le Blaca" and there the Blake name began to evolve. One of the most outstanding of the Norman-Irish families. When Theobald Fitzwalter was created Chief Butler of Ireland by Henry II in 1177 the family came to be known as Butler. As they grew in importance they were created the Earls of Ormond, the most important of many titles conferred upon them.

The O'Kennedy family (Irish: Ó Cinnéide), sometimes simply Kennedy, were an Irish royal dynasty, a sept of the Dál gCais, founded in the Middle Ages who were Kings of Ormond. Their founder was the nephew of High King Brian Boru (1002–1014). The name Cinnéide belonged to Brian Boru's father Cennétig mac Lorcáin, King of Thomond, in the tenth century AD. (Brian Boru was an Ard Rí or High King of Ireland).

The most commonly known Kennedy family is the Irish one made famous by the late . President John F. Kennedy, whose ancestors came from County Wexford. The Irish Kennedys takes their name from Kennedy, the nephew of High-King Brian Boru (1002-1014). According to Daithi O’hOgain (Associate Professor at University College Dublin), some Irish Kennedys are directly descended from Brian Boru: ‘The name Cinneide also continued in the direct O’Brien line. For instance, a branch of the family descended from King Donnchadh, son of Brian Boru, settled in Aherloe in south Tipperary, one section of which had the name Cinneide as a surname.

Kennedy, alternately O'Kennedy and Kennedie, is a surname of Irish and Scottish origin that has also been used as a given name. There have been several different etymologies given for the surname

Kennedy, alternately O'Kennedy and Kennedie, is a surname of Irish and Scottish origin that has also been used as a given name. There have been several different etymologies given for the surname. One is that the name is an Anglicisation of Ó Cinnéide, meaning "grandson of Cinnédidh" or "grandson of Cinnéidigh", with both of these personal names meaning "helmet headed.

Did any of our antecedents leave a serious mark on history? Each book follows the same pattern: A brief introduction to the family, its crest and details of where the family originated. Brief biographies of famous people who bore same surname.

When you read an Irish last name (or surname) such as O’Neill, Kennedy or Gallagher, you instantly know they are either Irish, from an Irish family or of Irish descent. Irish people have influenced the world and their surnames have become well recognised and associated with the Emerald Isle. Irish Last Names Today. There are many different origins for Irish family names today but the vast majority can be broken down into either of three categories: Gaelic Irish, Cambro-Norman, and finally Anglo-Irish.

HOGAN Irish From Irish Ó hÓgáin meaning "descendant of Ógán". The given name Ógán is a diminutive of óg meaning "young". This surname was borne by assassinated American president John F. Kennedy (1917-1963). KEY (2) Irish Anglicized form of MAC AODHA. HUGHES (2) Scottish, Irish Anglicized form of MAC AODHA. KEYES (2) Irish Anglicized form of MAC AODHA.

The large Irish-American family, once the norm, is now the exception, a turnaround brought into sharp relief .

The large Irish-American family, once the norm, is now the exception, a turnaround brought into sharp relief this week with the death of Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Joseph Kennedy’s nine children rose to heights unknown to most of their Irish-American peers, but in noisy homes and apartments in Irish neighborhoods in New York, Boston and Chicago, there was something familiar in those Kennedy family photographs. It was great to be able to look at the Kennedys as sort of, ‘Well, look at them,’ said Kevin McCabe, 57, one of a family of 12 children who grew up in Richmond Hill, Queens.

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