McCoy / McCoey / McCooey / McCovey
Coey (McCoey / McCooey / McCoy) of Belfast. This coat of arms includes a great deal of traditional O'Neill symbolism.
McCoy of Waterford and Scotland

The name McCoy in Ireland is derived from the native Gaelic Mac Aodha Sept of which there are a number of other anglicizations including Hayes. The name means 'son of Hugh'. The name can be found in County Limerick but also especialy in the Province of Ulster where it is of Gallowglass warrior origin.

Origin: Irish, Scottish. First found in county Cork where they held a family seat from early times.

Spelling variations: MacCoy, MacCooey, McCoy, McCoey, McCooey, McCovey and many more.