The Irish surname Crowley is an anglicized form of the Gaelic name Ó Cruadhlaoich meaning “descendant of Cruadhlaoch,” a personal name composed of the elements cruadh meaning “hardy” and laoch meaning “hero.” The Crowley’s originated in Moylurg, County Roscommon, but migrated to Dunmanway, County Cork, and in due course became a leading West Cork sept with a recognized chief residing at Kilshallow. Several of the clan were employed as professional soldiers and the (O) Crowleys usually fought on behalf of the McCarthy’s. The Crowley Coat of Arms is silver with a blue boar between three red crosses. The boar is renowned for its perseverance and ferocity in fighting and the cross is indicative of suffering for a faith. Today there are over 30,000 people with the last name Crowley living in The United States.
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