Conway

Los CONWAY en Irlanda derivan de dos clanes gaélicos, los Mac Conmheadha y los Mac Connmhaigh, que estaban ubicados en los Co. de Sligo, Tyrone y Mayo principalmente. Otros descendientes pueden provenir de familias CONWAY de origen galés, que se radicaron en los Co. de Kerry y Dublin.

The name Conway in Ireland is derived from either of the Gaelic Mac Conmheadha or Mac Connmhaigh Septs who were based in Counties Sligo, Tyrone and Mayo especially. Other descendants may derive from a Welsh Conway family who settled in Counties Kerry and Dublin.

Origen: Irlandés. All Irish surnames have a long, ancient Gaelic history behind them. The original Gaelic form of the name Conway is O Conbhuidhe or O Connmhachain. The former of these names likely comes from the Gaelic word condmach, while the latter probably comes from cu buidhe. Conway is also an Anglicization of the names Mac Conmheadha or Mac Connmhaigh. First found in Donegal and Connacht.

Variantes: Conway, Conboy, Convey, O'Conway, McConway y otros.

Motto: By fidelity and love.

 

James Conway & Catherine Deehan ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Patrick Conway & Elizabeth Kelly ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
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