Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2017 20:25:01 +0000
From: "Rod O'Donoghue" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: [Carib] Irish origins in the Caribbean
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? Faol?in, ? Faoile?in, ? hAol?in normally leading to (O)Phelan, Whelan, Whalen are good solid Gaelic names as you say. Do you know that your 1671 Charles Fallin did come from the islands?
I must say my first assumption for Fallin would have been Fallon, Falloon based on ? Fallamhain as you say, but anglicised Irish names are a
The fact that you have troubled to establish the originating Gaelic name and potential tribe suggests to me that you have a greater interest than many in your Irish roots. It sounds as if it means something to you.
I hoping that we can find more folk like you who can trace their Irish/Caribbean origins and display an interest in their Irish heritage.
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