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|Docherty||Quite numerous: Ulster. See Doherty.|
|Doghery||rare: Antrim etc. See Doherty.|
|Doherty||Very numerous: W Ulster in particular but well-represented all provinces. Primarily a sept of Inishowen, Donegal. Ir. Ó Dochartaigh,(dochartach, harmful). However in Munster the name usually stands for Ó Dubhartaigh, otherwise Doorty. IF.|
|Dougherty||numerous: Down, Antrim, Derry etc. Ir. Ó Dochartaigh. See Doherty.|
|Ó Dochartaigh||rare: Donegal etc. Ir.Lang. See O'Doherty.|
|Ó Dochartaigh||O'Doherty, Dougherty etc: an-líonmhar: iarthar Uladh & cuid mhaith ar fud na tíre. Tiarnaí Inis Eoghain, tráth, agus gaolmhar le Ó Domhnaill. Sa Mhumhain, ámh, tá sloinne eile i gceist: Ó Dubhartaigh - tugadh Doherty orthu go forleathan. IF.|
|O'Doherty||numerous: all areas, especially W Ulster, N Munster. Ir. Ó Dochartaigh, dochartach, hurtful. A sept of Donegal, related to the O'Donnells. The Munster O'Dohertys are probably Ó Dubhartaigh, of which there were groups in Tipperary and W Cork. This survives as Doorty, which is close to the original. IF & SGG.|
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