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This interesting surname is an Anglicized form of the Gaelic "O hAbhartaigh", the Gaelic prefix "O" meaning male descendant of plus the byname "Abhartaigh" believed to be from "abhar", "makings" in the sense of potential qualities or creativity. This old Connacht name is now, and always was, rare; however, it is well represented in a small area around the Co. Galway parishes of Kilmordaly and Craughwell. William O'Havorta is included in a list of Co. Galway "pardons" in 1584, and one O'Havarta occurs in the Strafford Inquisition of Mayo in 1635.
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    Hello, Peter Haverty here, born October 1966. My Dad (deceased 1994) is Patrick Joseph (Paddy) Haverty, born Feb 1942. He grew up on a small farm in the townland of Poulnabanny, approx. half way between Craughwell and Athenry, Co. Galway, His Dad (my Grandad, deceased Sept 1987), also Peter, was born in April 1894. Grandad's parents were Thomas Haverty and Mary Moloney. Grandad's wife (my Grandma - deceased Aug 1976, is Mary Anne Rooney from Whistlebridge, approx. 1/3 way between Craughwell and Oranmore). Dad had 2 brothers, Thomas (deceased Dec 2006) and Fr, John SMA (deceased Jul 2019) and 6 sisters; Sr. Clare and Sr. Bridie (Good Shepherd order, Taiwan & Bangalore respectively), Sr. Agnes OLA, (Now stationed at OLA Convent, Cork, Ireland but served in Nigeria, Ghana, Argentina); Angela (deceased Jan 1998), Sr. Maureen (Daughters of the Cross - teacher at Holycross College, Bury, Manchester, deceased April 1993) and Teresa (Tessie), Loughrea, Galway.
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