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O Tarpey - Tew
O Tarpy or Tarpey or Torpey - Irish / Ua Tarpaigh / tarpach (sturdy). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Sligo in the north west of the Connacht Province where they were Chiefs of Carra.
O Tarpy - see O Thorpe.
Tarrant or Thornton. English name used by the Irish / Ua Torain in Co. Cork in Southern Munster. Also see Torrens.
Tarry. Used as a variant for Terry, which see.
O Tarsnane / Irish / Ua Tarsnain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the west of Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province.
Mac Tarsney. See Torsney.
Tate or Tait or Tat -
Tatlye - Tetley ?
O Taugher. Used as a variant for O Tougher, which see, in Co. Mayo in the mid - west of the Connacht Province.
Taulty. Used as a variant for Talty, which see.
O Tavney or O Tamany. Irish / Ua Tamhanaighe. A Heberian Eoghanacht Sept / Family branch. 84.Ailill Oluimm the Heberian 1st King of Munster. 85.Eoghan Mor the ancestor of all of the Eoghanacht Septs, 86.Fiacha / Fiachu Mullethan the 1st King of Southern Munster / Des Muma and 3rd King of Munster, 87,Ailill Fland Bec the father of Lare Fidach the father of Criffan / Crimthann Mor the 125th King of Ireland, and Lewy / Luigthech the father of Conall Corc the ancestor of all of the Chaisil Septs of Iar Muma / West Munster and Desmuma / Southern Munster, 88.Daire Cearb aka (Main Munchain the father of Fiachra / Fiachu the ancestor of the Ui Fidgeinti Sept including the O Donovans, and the father of Daui the ancestor of the Ui Duach Argetrois Sept and Eochy / Echu Fidgennid the ancestor of the Ui Liathain Sept, 89.Fiacha who had 4 brothers, whose son, 90.Brian had a brother, Cairbre who is the direct male line ancestor of the O Carberys / Ui Cairbre, 91.Ros whose brother Daire is the ancestor of the O Connells who produced Daniel O Connell the Liberator. 92.Ece, 93.Ros, 94.Daimh Dasachdach, 95.Daimin, 96.Felim, 97.Lonan, 98.Maolochtrach, 99.Cuanach, 100.Aurthach.
Tavey. See Mac Atavy.
Mac Tavish. See Mac Cavish.
Taylor or Tailor or Tailour / Tailliuir. English occupational origins. Not used by any of the Gaels to anglicize their name. They were in Ireland in the 14th Century AD and were in Co. Dublin in the north - east of Southern Leinster and were also in the Ulster Province.
Taylor. The English Earl of Bective and Marquis of Headfort who had his Estates in Co. Meath in Northern Leinster.
O Teagan. See O Tagan.
Mac Teague. See Mac Teige.
O Teahan - Irish / Ua Teachain / teitheachain (fugitive). A Sept / Family branch who had their territory in Co. Kerry in the south - west of the Munster Province. Tehan and Teehan used as variants in Co. Tipperary in the north - east of Munster, Co. Laois and Co. Kilkenny in the west of Southern Leinster.
Teefy. In the 17th Century AD they were in Co. Tipperary, Co. Limerick and Co. Clare in Northern Munster. May be from the Ui Fiachrach O Tuffy / Ui Toghdha Sept. Ancestors: 90.Fiachra the second Dal Cuinn King of Connacht (Ui Fiachrach), *89.Eochy Mugmedon the 124th King of Tara / Ireland.
Teeling or Telling or Telyn or Telynge or Telyng / Taoilinn. Anglo - Norman origins. Came with the Anglo - Norman Invasion and remained stoutly Catholic and pro - Irish throughout, and originally settled in Co. Meath in the south - east of Northern Leinster.
Mac Teer or Mac Tier. Used as variants for Mac Ateer, which see.
O Teevan - Irish / Ua Teamheain? A Sept / Family branch - who had their territory in Co. Monaghan and Co. Fermanagh in Southern Ulster . Not connected to Tivnan in Co. Sligo in the north - west of the Connacht Province.
O Tegan. See O Tagan.
Mac Teggart or Mac Teggarty or Mac Teg. See Mac Entaggart.
O Tehan. See O Teahan.
O Teheny. See O Taheny.
O Teigue. They were in Co. Tyrone in Central Southern Ulster.
O Teigue or O Tighe. They were in Co. Wicklow in the south - east of Southern Leinster.
Mac Teige or Tigue - Irish / Mac Taidhg. They were in Co. Donegal in the north - west of the Ulster Province and Co. Mayo in the mid - west of the Connacht Province.
Mac Teige or Montague - Irish / Mac Taidhg. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Sept / Family branch of the Ui Maine Ui Ceallaigh Tuath / Family region who had their territory in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht, which was a Sept of the O Kellys, which see. Ancestors: *83.Conn of the Hundred Battles the 110th King of Tara / Ireland (Dal Cuinn).
Mac Teigue. They were in Co. Carlow in Southern Leinster and Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht. See also Tighe, Mac Caig, Mac Keague and Montague.
Mac Teigue - Irish / Mac Taidhg. A Sept / Family branch from the Muintir Siorthachain who had their territory in Midhe in Northern Leinster. Some anglicized also as Montague.
Tempany. See Timpany.
Tempest .English origins. They were in Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster and Ulster Province since 1640 AD. Gaelicized as Mac Anfraidh.
Tenneny or Tinnenny or Tinnelly. They were in Co. Cavan in Southern Ulster and nearby in Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht. May be the anglicized names used for the O Timpany, which see.
Tenpenny. See O Timpany.
Terence. See Turley.
Mac Ternan or Mac Tiernan or Mac Kiernan or Masterson - Irish / Mac Thighearnain / tighearna (lord). A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Ui Brion Breifne Sept / Family branch who were the Chiefs / Princes / Tanaistes of Tellach Dunchada (The People of Donogh) in their territory in the Barony of Tullyhunco in their kingdom of East Breifne / Breifne O Reilly Country in Co. Cavan in Southern Ulster, Mac Tiernan used elsewhere.
Ancestors: 103.Tigernan King of Breifne. 102.Callaghan / Ceallachan,101.Cernach, 100.Dub Dothra the Ui Briuin KIng, 99.Dunchad, 98.Baethine, 97.Criffan / Crimthann, 96.Scandlan, 95. Aed Finn, 94.Fernae, 93.Fergus, 92. Eogan Srem, 91. Daui Tenga Uma - of the Sweet Tongue the 3rd King of Connacht, 90.Brion the first Dal Cuinn King of Connacht (Ui Briuin), *89.Eochy Mugmedon the 124th King of Tara / Ireland.
Mac Ternan. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Sept who had their territory in Co. Donegal in the Ulster Province who were the Chiefs of the Clan Fearghail.
Mac Ternan. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Sept / Family branch.
Terry. French - terri. Anglo Norman origins. They have been in Co. Cork in Southern Munster since the 13th Century AD. Also used for Turley - Irish / Mheic Thoirdealbhaigh, which see.
Tesky. German Palatine origins. They were in Co. Limerick in the north - west of the Munster Province.
O Tevlin - Irish / Ua Teibhlin. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Cavan in Southern Ulster and nearby in the north of Co. Meath in the south - east of Northern Leinster.
O Tevnan. Used as a variant for O Tivnan, which see.
Tew. English toponymic origins. They were in Co. Meath in the south - east of Northern Leinster and also in Co. Waterford in the south - east of the Munster Province since the 16th Century AD.
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