Tony Kelly may refer to:
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James, Jimmy or Jim Kelly may refer to:
John Murphy may refer to:
Thomas, Tom or Tommy Ryan may refer to:
Michael, Mike or Mick Kelly may refer to:
Doyle is a surname of Irish origin. The name is a back-formation of O'Doyle, which is an Anglicisation of the Irish: Ó Dubhghaill, meaning "descendant of Dubhghall". There is another possible etymology: the Anglo-Norman surname D'Oyley with agglutination of the French article de. It means 'from Ouilly', name of a knight who originated from one of the Ouilly located in Normandy such as Ouilly-le-Tesson, Ouilly-le-Vicomte, etc. The relationship with the family D'Oyly is unknown.
Michael or Mike Ryan may refer to:
Events from the year 1988 in Ireland.
Events from the year 1946 in Ireland.
Kenny is a surname, a given name, and a diminutive of several different given names.
John or Jack Kelly may refer to:
Flynn is an Irish surname or first name, an anglicised form of the Irish Ó Floinn, meaning "descendant of Flann". The name is more commonly used as a surname rather than a first name. The name rose independently in several parts of Ireland.
O'Shea is a surname, originating in the Kingdom of Corcu Duibne in County Kerry, and could refer to:
Jim or Jimmy Walsh may refer to:
Joseph Murphy may refer to:
Patrick Kelly may refer to:
Stokes is a surname, and may refer to:
Cían is a Gaelic given name meaning "ancient". Cian was the, and the fourteenth most popular in 2015. The English variant of Cian is Kian or Kyan.
Paul Kelly may refer to:
Aidan is a modern version of a number of Celtic language names, including the Irish male given name Aodhán, the Scottish Gaelic given name Aodhàn and the Cymraeg name Aeddan. Phonetic variants, such as spelled with an ‘e’ instead of an ‘a’, are appropriated and haven’t been prevalent until generations after the 19th century Irish Great Migration. The Irish language female equivalent is Aodhnait.
Ó Meachair is an Irish surname deriving from Gaelic meaning the "kindly" or "generous". The Ó Meachair sept was part of the Ely O'Carroll clan and was concentrated in the areas of Kilkenny and Tipperary, notably the Barony of Ikerrin in Ireland.