O'Boyle Family Crest
The Irish surname O'Boyle, also found in Scotland, is an anglicized form of the Gaelic name Ó Baoithghill meaning “descendant of Baoithgheall,” a personal deriving from the Gaelic terms baoth meaning “rash” and  geall meaning ‘pledge.” The O' Boyles were a strong clan in County Donegal in the norther province of Ulster for many centuries, and were known for their ruddy complexion. The name is recorded first in the New World in Virginia in 1622, today there are approximately 3,000 bearers of the name O' Boyle living in the United States.

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