Does the Clan have an O’Dea pattern/print, kilt or tartan?

Dysert O`Dea Clan > About the O'Dea Clan

The O’Dea Clan does not have anything like this. 

If you are interested in reading more about how the Irish dressed, please have a look at these two sites:

You may also be interested in reading http://www.lindaclifford.com/TartanListIrish.html which shows options for those wishing to dress similarly to other like-minded people. 

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Where is the O’Dea Castle?

Dysert O`Dea Clan > About the O'Dea Clan

The O’Dea Castle is at Dysert, Corofin, Co. Clare, Ireland.

A map of the location is available here:

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Who can be a Member of the O’Dea Clan?

Dysert O`Dea Clan > About the O'Dea Clan

Membership of an Irish Clan is something that an individual possesses as a right of his/her heritage.

All members of a clan carry the same surname and claim descent from the same common ancestor.  Clan membership however is not purely based on bloodlines as people often joined clans through marriage, adoption and fostering, and for political and territorial reasons.

Consequently, membership of an Irish Clan is frequently linked to an individual’s identify and is strongly associated with a shared common heritage and culture.

If your name is O’Dea, O’Day, O’Dee, Dea, Day or Dee, or if you are descended from an O’Dea, O’Day, O’Dee, Dea, Day or Dee, then you are a member of Clan Uí Deághaidh.

Membership of the O’Dea Clan is not the same as being a member of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association.

Becoming a registered user of this web site doers not constitute membership of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association.

In order to become a member of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association, you must apply for membership and pay the appropriate membership subscription. 

There are two ways you can apply for membership of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association:

  1. Submit an online application and pay online using your credit card/debit card or your PayPal account.
  2. Download and print a membership application form and pay by check/cheque.

These options are available here: https://odeaclan.org/membership/

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What is the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association?

Dysert O`Dea Clan > About the O'Dea Clan

O’Dea Clan members from throughout the world gathered at Dysert O’Dea in 1990 for the first time since the Flight of the Wild Geese in 1691.  Meeting in nearby Ennis, these Clan representatives formed the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association (as Gaélige: Cumann Chlann Díseart Ó Déaghaidh) to facilitate and encourage exchange between Clan members and to promote research into the history and genealogy of the O’Dea Clan.

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Who can be a Member of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association?

Dysert O`Dea Clan > About the O'Dea Clan

If your name is O’Dea, O’Day, O’Dee, Dea, Day or Dee, or if you are descended from an O’Dea, O’Day, O’Dee, Dea, Day or Dee, then you are a member of Clan Uí Deághaidh.

Membership of the O’Dea Clan is not the same as being a member of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association.

Becoming a registered user of this web site doers not constitute membership of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association.

Membership of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association is open to all persons who bear the surname or maiden name O’Dea (including O’Day, O’Dee, Dea, Day or Dee), and their relations, and others wishing to promote the objects of the Association.

In order to become a member of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association, you must apply for membership and pay the appropriate membership subscription. 

There are two ways you can apply for membership of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association:

  1. Submit an online application and pay online using your credit card/debit card or your PayPal account.
  2. Download and print a membership application form and pay by check/cheque.

These options are available here: https://odeaclan.org/membership/

If you have any questions about membership of the Dysert O’Dea Clan Association, you can contact one of the Membership Registrars:

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