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Origin of the O'Callaghan Clan Name
The name Callaghan originated from the name Ó Ceallacháin, and means descendant of Ceallachán. This is Gaelic for a word meaning 'strife'.
The name comes from Ceallacháin Caisil, a king of Munster, who died in 954. It is said that he defeated Cinnéide, the father of Brian Boru in battle. They were displaced to the County of Cork, to an area near Mallow in around 1300. The first recorded spelling of the name in Ireland is dated back to 1605 in birth records in County Cork.
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