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GRADY Family HistoryThis notable name, with variant spellings O'Grady, O'Grada and the rarer form Gready, is an Anglicized form of the Old Gaelic "O' Gradaigh". The Gaelic prefix "O" indicated "male descendant of", plus the personal byname "Gradaigh", from "grada", the illustrious one. This sept belonged to the Dal gCais (otherwise known as the Dalcassians), embracing the main septs of Thomond, an ancient territory comprising most of County Clare, with adjacent parts of Counties Limerick and Tipperary. The seat and territory of the Chief of the Name was at Killballyowen, County Limerick. It is interesting to note that "The O'Grady" is one of the few whose claim to chieftainship is officially recognised in Ireland...
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michael D murphy
James, son of above) married Bridget Brislane Grady circa 1870, Sligo area. Their children Honor, Mary Francis,Joanna (My grandmother) , Michael, James, Bridget, and Ann btw 2870-1882. Bridget Brislane Grady died 1899 Kilglass; James spouse, 1935 Kilglass. Residences in Rathlee, Kilglass, Easkey, Rookfield, Dromore West, Drinihan?, and Cabra.
Francis Grady, Honor's spouse, born 1808, Baptised Tanaugh. Parents Franciscus and Maraie Kelly Grady. Tks, Mike Murphy?
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