McArdle / McArdell
The name McArdle or McArdell in Ireland is derived from the native Gaelic Oriel Sept MacArdghail who were based in the Counties Louth and Monaghan area. The name means 'high valour' and the Sept was originally a branch of the McMahons. The majority of descendants can still be found in the ancestral homeland Counties.
Origen: Irlandés. First found in county Louth where they held a family seat from ancient times.
Variantes: McArdell, MacArdle, MacCardle, MacCardell, McArdle y otros.
|James Laurence McArdle & María Magdalena Sara Inés Bean y Williams ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )|