Nagle


Nagle households in mid-nineteenth century Ireland


Householders by county in Griffith's (1847-64), as on the map

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Surname Dictionary

de Nógla Nagle, Nangle: líonmhar: Angla-Normannaigh ón 12 céad. Meán-Bhéarla: atten angle, Laidin: de Angulo. Tá sé le maíomh acu gur h-ainmníodh sliabh uathu - Sliabh an Nóglaigh i gCorcaigh, ach níos mó fós, bhí Nano Nagle (1719-84) acu, an bhean a bhunaigh Ord na Toirbhirte chun oideachas a chur ar fáil do bhochtáin na tíre. Chuaidh cuid acu go Connachta mar ar deineadh Mac Coisteala, q.v., díobh.
Mac Coistealbh Costello: féach Mac Oisdealbhaigh.
Mac Oisdealbh Costello: an-líonmhar: Connachta & Mumhain. Shíolraigh siad ó Oisdealbh, mac le Gilbert de Nangle (de Nógla) a bhí i gConnachta sa 12 céad. Cruthúnas gur gaelaíodh an chlann chumasach sa go luath tar éis an Ionraidh. Bhí muintir Choisteala agus muintir Mhic Dhiarmada in achrann go minic agus is as an dteannas san an eachtra ba bhun leis an amhrán "Úna Bhán" - ceann de mhór-amhráin an domhain. Fréamh: os + dealbh - ar nós fia. Litriú nua: Mac Coisteala.
Nagle numerous: mainly Munster. Ir. de Nógla. The 12 cent Anglo-Normans, de Angulo, who became Costello in Connacht. Corkwoman, Nano Nagle, founded the Presentation Order in 18 cent. IF.
Neagle Very rare: Belfast. Variant of Nagle, q.v.

    Maps

  • Nagle in 1659.
  • Nagle births mapped 1864-1913
  • Nagle 1901 census map
  • Nagle 1911 census map
  • Nagle Roman Catholic baptisms

The surname


Parishes where Nagle and a second surname are found together

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