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Re: MacCarthy Reagh, Carthy Reagh, Cartie Reagh, etc.
Posted by: clifford mccarthy (ID *****9994) Date: June 05, 2003 at 18:56:29
In Reply to: Re: MacCarthy Reagh, Carthy Reagh, Cartie Reagh, etc. by Thomas Reagh III of 113

Good questions -- meaning I don't know. I've never seen "Reagh" used with any other surname, although "Mor" is used with others. I don't know, if used in the context of Lough or Castle, whether Reagh has the same meaning. Maybe some other readers will have more information.


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