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Ó FEARGHAIL / Uí FHEARGHAIL

This name derives from the Irish clan “Ó Fearghail, Uí Fhearghail”, meaning “descendant of Fearghal, golden, yellow-haired”. the Farrell or O'Farrell clan is an Irish clan that traces its origins back to the battle of Clontarf in 1014. The clan's control of Annaly was disrupted by the English invasions of the 12th and 13th centuries, but by the 15th century, the clan had reasserted control over the territory. The clan's control of Annaly was disrupted by the English invasions of the 12th and 13th centuries, but by the 15th century, the clan had reasserted control over the territory. They had divided into two family subgroups, Uí Fhearghail Bán (White O'Farrell) and Uí Fhearghail Buí (Yellow O'Farrell), controlling the north and south of Annaly respectively.

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