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Connolly of Dundalk

THE CONNOLLYS OF DUNDALK ORIGIN OF THE CONNOLLY NAME The Connollys, or O’Conghailes, were an ancient Connacht sept who took their name from the Gaelic word ‘con’, meaning ‘hound’, and ‘gal, meaning ‘valour’; hence ‘descendant(s) of the Hound of Valour’. The chief branch resided in County Meath and they were one of the original ‘Four […]