Carney Family Crest


Carney family crest


The Irish surname Carney is the anglicized form of the Gaelic name Ó Catharnaigh meaning “descendant of Catharnach,” a byname meaning ‘warlike.” The name is found chiefly in county Mayo in the western province of Connaught. Early records of the name include  the christening of Mary, daughter of Edward and Mary Carney, on June 5th 1664 at St. Michas, Dublin and the marriage of James Kearney and Catherine Martin on December 29th 1794 at St. John's Limerick. James Carney and his son also called James, left the port of Liverpool bound for New York on April 10th 1847.

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