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This well-preserved abbey is picturesquely sited among the grey hills of the Burren.
The O’Deas were a prominent Dalcassian sept associated for a long time with a district north of Ennis and who once helped to shape the course of events in this part of Thomond. They were descendants of the Clan Ó Deághaidh whose territory comprised a good
The Territories of the Ancient Irish Families in Limerick and Clare, the Ancient ThomondFrom Irish Pedigrees; or the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation, by John O’Hart, 5th Edition, 1892
The authentically restored 15th century Dysert O’Dea castle, the stronghold of the O’Dea clan, houses the Clare Archaeology Centre which was opened in July 1986 and has been the recipient of numerous national awards.
O'Dea Clan in Education
O’Dea High School is a Catholic boys’ high school located on Seattle’s First Hill, in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Seattle. The school is named after Edward John O’Dea who became the bishop of Nisqually in 1896 and then Seattle in 1907 when the See w
O'Dea Clan in the Arts
Alan O’Day, Songwriter
Darrel O’Dea, Toronto musician and recording engineer
Michael O’Dea, Dublin poet
O'Dea Clan in Business and Professions
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O’Day Appraisal Serves San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, Napa and Solano Counties.Certified Licensed Real Estate AppraiserWe are qualified to provide the type of reliable service that banks, major lending institutions, home owners and investors requir
When Leo J. O’Day started the company in 1935 he recognized that in order to be successful he would need an organization that adds value to the equipment sold. He chose his suppliers carefully and gathered a team of professional and knowledgeable people t
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Previously known as O’Dea’s Auction Room Ltd., O’Dea’s Realty and Auction Room Ltd. is now a full service real estate brokerage and auctioneering firm. Our diversification enables us to offer our valued clients a full suite of services, including, but not
- Teresa & Dennis O'Dea, Karaun House B & B, Clarenbridge, Co. Galway
Karaun House is a family home with a warm Irish welcome and a long-established reputation. Karaun has been highly recommended by Inside Ireland and The Irish Times. In 2005, we received an Irish Welcome Merit Award from the Irish Tourist Board.On
O'Dea Biographies and Home Pages
Most Reverend Edward John O’Dea, D.D. Consecrated Bishop of Nesqually, September 8, 1896.
Fabian O’Dea, lawyer, businessman and Lieutenant-Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador 1963-1969.
- Marcus O'Day, American physicist for whom the O'Day crater on the moon is named
Marcus Driver O’Day (1897 – 1961) was an American physicist.In 1918, he entered the military service in Eugene, Oregon after graduating from Centralia, Washington. He then attended the University of Oregon where he was assigned to the Students Army Tr
O’Day, Pat (b. 1934) — Godfather of Northwest Rock?Pat O’Day — founding father of Northwest rock ‘n’ roll or the “Godfather” of the 1960s teendance scene? A vampire or the catalyst? Or all of the above? There are many Northwesterners who would debat
- Patrick John O'Dea, Australian-born American football legend, 1872-1962.
Pat kicks off a new eraOne day in 1896, an Australian at the University of Wisconsin, stood on the institution’s sports arena discussing tactics with the senior gridiron coach.He saw a figure approaching in the distance. It seemed familiar, but th
English professor Shane O’Dea has been named to the Order of Newfoundland and Labrador. Also known for his work at preserving the built heritage of Newfoundland and Labrador, Prof. O’Dea was one of eight named to the Order, now in its second year.Lt.-