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Gormley is a surname of Irish origin. The main sept of the clan originated in what was Tír Chonaill, now mainly County Donegal, in the west of Ulster, the northern province in Ireland. The Ulster branch of the clan seem to have originated in what is now the Barony of Raphoe in East Donegal, an area known in Gaelic times as Tír Moen, a territory that was ruled by the Cinel Moen. The common ancestor and progenitor of these Gormleys was Moen son of Muireadach, son of Eoghan, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages.

William L. "Bill" Gormley is an American attorney and Republican Party politician whose career in New Jersey's state Legislature spanned four decades. Representing the state's 2nd Legislative District, which includes most of Atlantic County, Gormley emerged as an influential and dominating figure in New Jersey government and a leader in the continued economic revitalization of the greater Atlantic City region.

John Gormley Irish politician

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Eddie Gormley is an Irish football coach and former player who is currently manager of Cabinteely.

Jody Gormley is a former Gaelic footballer for Tyrone, and London. He also played a coaching role for Down following his retirement from Inter-County playing, and has held the role of Antrim football manager. Gormley can now be found managing the Bredagh club in Co. Down.

Conor Gormley is a Gaelic footballer from Carrickmore in County Tyrone. He is a three-time All-Ireland Senior Football Championship winner and All Stars Award winner in 2003, 2005 and 2008. He played for the Tyrone county football team.

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Kenneth Gerald Gormley is an American lawyer and academic who is the 13th president of Duquesne University. He is a former dean and a professor of constitutional law at Duquesne University School of Law. He is also a legal counsel for the Appellate Practice Group at the law firm Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP. His scholarly work focuses particularly on the Watergate scandal and special prosecutors.

Thomas Francis Gormley was an American football player and coach. He played in the American Professional Football League with the Canton Bulldogs, Cleveland Tigers, Washington Senators and the New York Brickley Giants. Brickley's New York Giants are not related to the modern-day New York Giants. He also played for the independent Youngstown Patricians from 1917 until 1919.

David Gormley is a Scottish footballer and current manager of SJFA West Premiership side Rossvale. He has previously played senior football for Ayr United and Alloa Athletic, and also whilst with Albion Rovers and Elgin City on loan.

Joseph Anthony Gormley is a footballer from Northern Ireland who plays for Cliftonville in the NIFL Premiership. Gormley played for amateur side Crumlin Star, before making the move to Cliftonville. On 14 June 2015, Gormley made the transition to professional football, signing for Football League One side Peterborough United. After suffering a serious knee injury, Gormley moved on loan to Scottish club St Johnstone in August 2016. After becoming "disillusioned" with professional football, Gormley cancelled his contracts with Peterborough and St Johnstone. After much speculation, it was announced in January 2017 that Gormley would rejoin Cliftonville for the 2017/18 season.

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