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From: MATTHEW MAHADY <>
Subject: MAHADY/MAHEDY/MAHODY; IRL/SCT; 1750 - 1900
Date: Mon, 2 Feb 1998 03:07:37 -0800
(1) Seeking same name family researchers of the following:-
Mahady,Mahardy,Maheady,Mahedy,Mahide,Mahidy,Mahody and Mehedy etc.
Any researcher with an interest in the above Mahady name,or any of
the variants,please contact the E-mail address indicated below,as
we have a real beaut 15 person 'Mahady/Mahedy/Mahody' "NET GROUP",
presently exchanging "Mahady" information,from Worlwide locations.
(2) The name Mahady in Irish Gaelic is "O MOITIDE" and predominantly
located in the Counties of Longford,Roscommon and Westmeath,although
designated as being a rare Connacht surname by both Matheson & Woulfe.
Would anyone out there be able to provide me with an interpretive
meaning of the Irish Gaelic "O MOITIDE" and/or the connection of this
seemingly rare Irish Clan to any of the other Clans of Ireland.
That's All Folks, Over and Out,
MATT M. <>
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