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Origin of the O'Malley Clan Name
The name O’Malley is derived from the old irish Ó Maoileoin, which means descendant of the follower of St John and come from the west of Ireland in Connacht. The name O’Malley never lost its prefix O. The name is derived from the irish word “Maille meaning gentle or smooth. The Clan originally came from the County of Mayo and were one the chieftains of the baronies of Murrisk and Burrishoole. The clan was small so it was very difficult for them to retain control of the lands.
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