Daly

DALY is one of the most common names in Ireland. While there are similar names from other countries, this article describes descendanrs of the Irish Ó Dálaigh name.

Facts

  • Country: Ireland
  • Surname Type: patronymic
  • Meaning: (1) a personal name nased on someone who attends or participates or manages meetings; (2) a descendant of Dálach 
  • Soundex: D400
  • Spelling Variations Found: DAILY, DAILEY, DEELY
  • Other spellings that are possible, but have not been encountered yet, include: DALEY, DEELE, DAWLEY, DAYLEY, DALE, and O'DALY

Family

  1. Michael married Johanna O'BRIEN of the city of Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland
    1. John (1848-1915) married Jane C. FEENEY
      1. Frances B. (1879-?)
      2. Robert J. (1882-?)
      3. Clarence E. (1885-?)
      4. (unknown)
      5. Stewart P. (1890-c1900)
      6. Mary C. (1893-1959)
      7. (unknown)
    2. James Martin (1850-1927) married Mary Teresa MARONEY (1850-1928)
      1. John Edward (1876-1925) — no children
      2. James Patrick (1880-1950) married Mary Martina KENRICK (1881-1960)
      3. Florence Elmo (1883-1947) — no children
      4. Mary Teresa (1886-1947) — no children
      5. Leo Francis (1889-1947) — no children
      6. Joseph Eugene (1892-1945) married Elizabeth L. SHAY (1893-1977)
    3. Michael (1854-1905) — no children

Immigrants

External Links

  • Ancestry.com Meaning/Facts (link)