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O'Dennehy


O'DennehyDanagher belongs to Co. Limerick: it originated in north-west Tipperary, where the chief was lord of a territory near Nenagh until dispossessed following the Anglo-Norman invasion. The Irish form of the name is given as Duineachair, but Danachair may be correct. Dinagher is an approximation of the Dennehy (Irish Duineachdha), an O name. The prefix has seldom if ever been resumed in English, seldom found outside Counties Cork and Kerry where it is now numerous. An early reference to the name is Donall O'Denaghie of Cloghlea, Co. Cork, who in 1588 was described as a vestarius.

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