Doyle

El apellido irlandés DOYLE es de origen normando, habiéndose asentado sus descendientes en la región este del país entre los siglos IX y XI. Fue tomado de las palabras gaélicas "dubh ghall", que traducidas significan "extranjero obscuro". La mayoría de los DOYLE pueden ser encontrados en la actualidad en la Provincia de Leinster, y fundamentalmente en Co.Dublin.

Doyle, en irlandés O´Dubhghaill, es un apellido antiguo de Co. Wicklow, Carlow, y Wexford, pero nunca aparece dentro de la grandes genealogías gélicas, lo que apoya la teoría de que se originaron de nórdicos que se establecieron en Irlanda antes de la invasión anglonormanda del Siglo XII, dao que los Doyles son siempre más numerosos en los distritos costeros irlandeses. Armas: de los de Wicklow: en campo de plata, tres cabezas de ciervo, de gules, con cornamenta de oro, dentro de una bordura de oro y azur, alternados; por cimera una cabeza de ciervo, de gules, con cornamenta de plata y una corona ducal a modo de collar, de oro.


The modern English language version of "Dubh-Ghaill" in Ireland today is "Doyle", "O'Doyle" or "Dowell", "McDowell", and in Scotland it is "Dougall" or "MacDougall" (the modern Scots pronunciation is closer to the original Gaelic). In Ulster and Roscommon, these names now exist as "McDowell" and "Dowell", and are carried on by the descendants of the original immigrant Irish/Scots/Norse Galloglass mercenaries.A more complete list of surname varients include all the following: Dougall, Dowell, Doyle, O'Doyle, DubhGhaill, MacDowall, MacDowell, McDougal, McDougall, McDoughall, McDowall, McDowel, McDowell.

As early as 851 AD one DubhGilla, son of Broder, is mentioned as king of Idrone in County Carlow. From this time onwards, it is an interesting exercise to trace the development of the name in the calendars of Irish records. We instance the following as examples:- O Dowill, Dowyll, O Dowile, O Doule, O Douell, Duggal, McDuggal, McDowell, Dowell, McDowall and Dowall. All are clearly forms of "dubh-ghaill" mentioned above.

The McDowell family in Ireland are “cousins”, and are descended from the Danish Vikings who settled in Argyll and the Western Islands of Scotland. Their great ancestor was Somerled (a Viking word meaning “summer warrior”) , he was the master of Argyll (on the west coast of Scotland) and he was killed in battle against the Scots in 1164. (Argyll and the Western Isles were not ceeded to Scotland by the King of Norway until 1266.) A branch of this family settled in Ireland in the 1240's. Initially they served as “galloglass” (professional mercenary soldiers) for the O'Conor Clans in the Province of Connacht. For the next 300 years or so, the McDowells are recorded in various ancient Irish records as professional soldiers, serving a number of different Irish Warlords in various parts of Ireland.

The name Doyle in Ireland is of Norse origin having been brought to the East of the country during the ninth to eleventh centuries. The name is taken from the Gaelic words 'dubh ghall', that translate as 'dark stranger'. The majority of Doyle descendants can be found in the Province of Leinster and in County Dublin in particular.

 

Daniel Doyle & Anne Cardbury ( modificado el 19.03.2017 ) | |
Gerard Doyle & Brigid Whitty ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
James Doyle ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
James Doyle & Mary Boland ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
James Doyle & Margaret Connors ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
James Doyle & Elizabeth Furlong ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
James Doyle & Mary Doyle ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
John Doyle & Mary Scott ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
John Doyle & Margaret Morgan (ó Evans) ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
John Doyle y Cortin & Aurelia Soto ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
N Doyle ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
N Doyle & Mary Cogley ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Patrick Doyle & Ellen Fortune y Rossiter ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Peter Doyle & Margaret Furlong ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Robert Doyle & Mary Roche y Reville ( modificado el 19.03.2017 ) | |
Robert Doyle & Mary ___ ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Singles / Others / Otros / Doyle ( modificado el / modified on 19.03.2017 )
Thomas Doyle & Mary Kelly ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )
Thomas Doyle & Mary Lorhey ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )

____________________________

INGRESOS POR EL
PUERTO DE BUENOS AIRES
/ BUENOS AIRES'S PORT ARRIVALS - PASSENGER'S LIST

En las listas de pasajeros al puerto de Buenos Aires, figuran que llegaron entre los años 1844 y 1875, 23 personas con este apellido. Based on the following table (1844-1875), 23 persons arrived as passengers to the Buenos Aires' port:

Nombre / Name
Nacionalidad
declarada / Declared nacionality
Fecha de
arribo / Arrival date
Puerto de
embarque / Departure port
Nombre
del barco / Ship name
Doyle, Nicholas
s/d
27.12.1863
Liverpool
La Zíngara

 

____________________________